Saturday, June 25, 2011

New White Paper Published "Managing Oracle Applications with EM"

Friends,

I am pleased to announce that a brand new white paper of mine has been published this month (June 2011) on the Oracle Technical Network (OTN):

White Paper: Managing Oracle Applications with Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g

This white paper delves into the four Oracle Application Management Suites for Oracle’s E-Business Suite, Siebel, PeopleSoft and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne products and examines the many management capabilities that they offer for Oracle Applications. It is geared towards Oracle application managers and application administrators, with a goal to provide a clear understanding of the immense advantages and benefits the Application Management suites have to offer. It is a fantastic introduction to these powerful Application Management Suites of Oracle Enterprise Manager. Enjoy the world of Oracle EM !

Some comments in LinkedIn groups:

"Many congrats and really appreciate the efforts for the documentation on E-Biz related features. Highly informative. Its indeed a powerful EM :-)."

"Nice improvement over previous versions of EM! "

"This white paper is very useful for our jobs!"

"Hey .. Great white paper very valuable."

"Thanks for sharing this, very useful."

Thanks people for appreciating the white paper.

Regards,

Porus.

2 comments:

birdman said...

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Porus Homi Havewala (પોરસ હોમી હવેવાલા) said...

This is quite good, thanks for your initiative! You should also post in LinkedIn groups.

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