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What is EM 12c DBaaS Snap Clone?

Lets look at a relatively new feature in EM that has generated significant interest in a very short time – EM 12c DBaaS Snap Clone… 1,191 more words


Limit User Access to Database Private Cloud Portal

When implementing Database as a Service (DBaaS) and/or Snap Clone, a common request was for a way to hide the other service types like IaaS, MWaaS, etc from the self service portal for the end users. 243 more words


FAQ Friday: Top Questions We Get Asked about TierPoint

By John Holland, TierPoint SVP of Sales

Yesterday, TierPoint hosted a partner event where we discussed cloud opportunities and how to better inform customers about their cloud choices. 450 more words


Oracle Private Database Cloud REST APIs

While we spend a lot of time developing GUI for our private cloud features – like the self service portal, setup screens, etc, a large percentage of our customers use these features via our APIs, both EMCLI and REST based. 506 more words

Oracle Enterprise Manager

Das Intranet im Smarthome - Installation Intrexx auf dem ARM

In diesem Blog wird beschrieben, wie man die Enterprise Portal Software Intrexx auf einem stromsparenden ARM Rechner installieren und damit alle Vorteile eines Intranet Portals auch im eigenen Heim nutzen kann. 2,984 more words


About server automation and warehouse grade automation

There is no hiding from the fact that even automation gets hard when time pressures abound and this is exactly where seamless, warehouse grade automation solution comes into play. 301 more words

Big Data

Eucalyptus and CEPH for Elastic Block Storage

Today I did my first install of CEPH, which I used as backend system for the Elastic Block Storage (EBS) in Eucalyptus. The advantage of CEPH is that it is a distributed system which is going to provide you replication (persistence for data), redundancy (we are using a pool of resources, not a single target) and scalability : the easiest way to add capacity is to add nodes which will be used for storage, and those nodes can be simple machines. 667 more words