Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Latest List of my Published White Papers and Technical Articles on OTN

Many of you have asked me for a full list of all my published technical articles/white papers on the Oracle Technical Network (OTN), for easy reference. Here is the latest list as of Oct 2012. I have placed the white papers at the top, and the articles are in chronological order in the article list. The latest article on Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, published in October 2012, is right at the bottom of the list. A couple of these articles were even in the most popular OTN article list in 2009.

My Published White Papers on Oracle Technology Network (OTN)

Happy Reading

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Database Application Developer Newsletter

My recent Enterprise Manager RAC provisioning article is featured in the February 2011 Database Application Developer Newsletter sent out by Oracle to thousands of subscribers this month. See attached newsletter. My article is the second one after the download link.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

No one manages Oracle technology better than Oracle

There are several features in Oracle EM that third-parties do not have.

For eg., the EM Tuning pack has the SQL Profile. The SQL Profile contains auxiliary information collected by the ATO for a SQL statement and compensates for missing or stale statistics or errors in optimizer estimates, and is able to improve performance of even packaged application SQL without changing the code. No other non-Oracle software has this.

Oracle EM is also integrated with My Oracle Support in a way no other software can match and this is a big plus point.

The Application Management Suite for Oracle EBS can manage cloning, patching and customizations, in a way no other software can match. And there are App Mgt Suites for EBS, PeopleSoft and Siebel.

No one manages Oracle technology better than Oracle, and that is a fact. Management has to decide if they want to bypass all that EM has to offer, or they want to use it. It makes sense to use EM.
The Oracle stack is best managed by Oracle Enterprise Manager.

For more information, please refer to my OTN article:


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