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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Jakarta June 20th: Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Overview and New Features Workshop



http://www.oracle.com/webapps/events/ns/EventsDetail.jsp?p_eventId=155814&src=7599523&src=7599523&Act=16

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Overview and New Features Workshop
Wednesday, June 20, 2012

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Oracle Indonesia
Rinjani Room
Sentral Senayan 1, Office Tower,
9/F, Jl. Asia Afrika, No. 8
Jakarta 10270, Indonesia

Overview
Join us for a very interesting Overview of the latest Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, including the recommended architecture for using Enterprise Manager, an explanation of the most popular EM capabilities, and a walkthrough of the Database Lifecycle Management pack which provides capabilities for database/ server/ OS configuration management, database provisioning and patch automation, and database change management (schema level changes and comparisons).

Attend this seminar to get an idea of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, including the new Test Data Management Pack (used for data subsetting). We will also touch on Oracle and the Cloud. We will go through, in detail, the New Features in the Cloud Control 12c version.

In all, this is a very well-rounded presentation on Enterprise Manager to give a solid idea of what this product is about. A Live Demo of the main features is included using Oracle’s Demonstration systems in the USA.

The seminar is conducted by Porus Homi Havewala, who is a Double Oracle Certified Master (OCM 10g &11g), Oracle ACE, and author of several popular OTN Articles and White papers, and also two popular books on Oracle Enterprise Manager. He has 18+ years of experience with Oracle technology and 26+ years in the IT industry.

Please see the link for further details.

Regards,

Porus.



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