New release introduces advancements in cloud lifecycle and operations management
Aimed at easing the complexities of managing enterprise cloud environments
ORACLE Corporation has announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3, aimed at easing the complexities of managing enterprise cloud environments.
Cloud adoption is on the rise across many industries as organisations are seeking the agility benefits inherent in cloud computing, the company said in a statement.
However, private and public cloud service providers are not able to take full advantage of the cloud because of inefficiencies in IT management, Oracle said.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3 addresses these challenges with new enhancements for managing infrastructure, middleware and applications, allowing IT service providers to be more agile while further reducing the costs and complexity of their cloud and enterprise IT environments, Oracle claimed.
Sushil Kumar, vice president of Product Strategy and Business Development at Oracle, said that organisations are increasingly deploying clouds, and cloud service providers are facing a number of management challenges.
“With these new enhanced features we are enabling cloud service providers to increase the efficiency and agility of their cloud environments. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3 advances the state of the art in cloud management for service providers,” he added.
The new offering fully supports the Oracle Database12c that was launched in early July.
It introduces capabilities for deploying and managing business applications in an enterprise private cloud, such as Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), enhanced business application management, and integrated hardware-software management for engineered systems such as Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3 is now available for download.
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