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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Managing Oracle Database 12c with Enterprise Manager – Part XI

We are discussing the management of Oracle Database 12c in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. In our previous blog post on this topic, we looked at “Database as a Service” and “Schema-as-a-Service”, and also talked about “Pluggable database (PDB) as a Service (PDBaaS)”.
The “Schema as a Service” capability was introduced since the Cloud plug-in “Enterprise Manager for Oracle Cloud (SSA)”. The renamed plug-in “Oracle Cloud Application” was later released in October 2013. This added the capability of the Pluggable Database as a Service, i.e. PDBaaS.
Note that the current plug-in version available is Oracle Cloud Application To check your version, go to Setup.. Extensibility.. Plug-ins from the Enterprise Manager console.  
If your plug-in version is not equivalent to the above, you may need to update your plug-in using Setup.. Extensibility.. Self Update. For more information on the self update process, please see the documentation here. You will need to be on Enteprrise Manager 12c Release 4 ( in order to use the latest plug-in. If you are on an earlier release of Enterprise Manager, you will not be able to update the plug-in to the latest version.
The final aim of the Cloud Administrator, on setting up the database pools, service catalog, quotas and chargeback plans, is to provide the self-service capability to the SSA (Self-Service Application) user as can be seen below – the ability to ask for and get databases, schemas and PDBs via self-service.

More in the next blog post. 
This blog post was originally published at this link.

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