Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Author Signed Copy of my Oracle Private Database Cloud cookbook

Friends,

My Oracle Press book "Oracle Private Database Cloud cookbook" looks at all the private database/ schema/ PDB services in detail, and shows you how to set up Chargeback, and also explains how to use the RESTful API for performing DBaaS, SCHaaS and PDBaaS, and gives step by step instructions to set up the Oracle Database Hybrid Cloud using the Enterprise Manager Hybrid Gateway to connect to the Oracle Public Database Cloud.

A few Author signed printed copies are now available.  If interested in one of these special copies, contact me directly on phhbooks@gmail.com and I will inform you of the postage charges to anywhere in the world. The book cost is 60 USD and postage will differ as per the country.

Table of Contents:
Ch. 1: Consolidation Planning for the Cloud Ch. 2: Database as a Service Ch. 3: Schema as a Service Ch. 4: Pluggable Database as a Service Ch. 5: Hybrid Database Cloud Ch. 6: Using the RESTful API Ch. 7: Managing Database Backups Ch. 8: Managing Standby Databases


The book has been reviewed by popular Oracle ACE Director Gokhan Atil, he said "I can say that I really liked the book. It’s really easy to read and all topics are explained by detailed samples. Porus Havewala has a deep knowledge and experience about the subject so his instructions are very clear. It’s like following a workshop about building Database as a Services architecture on Cloud."

The book has also been reviewed by Rob Zoeteweij who is an Oracle ACE, Enterprise Manager expert, specialist and trainer. He also has his own Linkedin group on Enterprise Manager. His review says "When you are looking for a book on a thorough guidance through the setup of DB as a Service and Schema as a Service and working with the Self Service portal of Oracle Enterprise Manager release 13c Cloud Control, stop looking you found it. "

Regards,

Porus Homi Havewala
Oracle Certified Master.

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