New version of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c for the cloud
By Digital News Asia June 12, 2014
- Enterprise-scale DB and middleware management on the private cloud
- Company calling it ‘zero-to-cloud – accelerated,’ says speeds up cloud adoption
ORACLE Corporation has released Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4 that it said would allow organisations to adopt enterprise-scale private clouds rapidly.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4 allows for a rapid enterprise-wide adoption of database, middleware and infrastructure services in the private cloud, driven by an enhanced API-enabled service catalogue.
“Since its inception, Oracle has been leading the way in innovative, scalable and high performance solutions for the enterprise,” said Prakash Ramamurthy, senior vice president of Systems and Cloud Management at Oracle.
“With this release of Oracle Enterprise Manager, we are extending this leadership by providing enterprise-scale capabilities for planning, delivering, and managing private clouds.
“We call this ‘zero-to-cloud – accelerated.’ These enhancements help our customers to expedite their adoption of cloud computing and prepares them for the next generation of self-service IT,” he added.
According to Mary Johnston Turner, research vice president of Enterprise System Management Software at IDC, “The most recent CloudTrack survey by IDC shows that most enterprises plan to adopt hybrid cloud architectures over the next three years.”
“These organisations plan to deploy a wide range of workloads into cloud environments including mission-critical database and middleware services that require high levels of fault tolerance and disaster recovery.
“With the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Oracle is providing customers with an out-of-the-box experience for delivering highly-resilient cloud services for databases and applications,” she said.
Oracle claimed the new release provides advanced technology stack management, secures database administration, and enterprise service governance. It further enables business users to maximise database and application performance, and drives innovation using self-service IT platforms.
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