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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

My New Book on Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c

Dear Friends,

I am happy to announce my new book on Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, published by a different Publisher PACKT, will be available in September 2012. 

You can pre-order now. Electronic copies will be available too. This reached the HOT pre-order list on their site very soon after announcement.

Thanks to all my readers who have encouraged me to write this book. This will be my second book on Enterprise Manager and is totally rewritten for the new version, and has a totally different publisher from the previous one.

A lot of topics have been covered, including Database Diagnostics/Tuning, Database Lifecycle Management Pack, Data Masking, Data Subsetting, and so on. Its going to be a great primer for the new EM 12c. I have even included Exadata Management with EM12c.

On the theme of Managing Data Center Chaos, I have introduced the reader to a number of Enterprise Manager capabilities. Database LifeCycle Management includes Configuration Management, Security Compliance, Provisioning, Patching and Schema Change Management. I have also included Test Data Management (Data Subsetting), Data Masking, as well as managing Exadata with Enterprise Manager. Please note this is a list of probable topics that will be included and is not final. When the book is published, the final chapter of contents will be seen.




Anonymous said...

Congratulations on securing a reputable publisher for your new book! I will be buying the ebook as soon as it becomes available.

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

Thanks friend.

Asif Momen said...

Congratulations !!!

I am eagerly waiting for your new book.

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

Thanks Asif.

Bundit said...

There seems to shift the release date until Nov 23.


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