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Oracle’s DBaaS Is Easy

Introduction

Oracle has been king of the database hill for many years. Now, they’re extending that dominance to the cloud. Oracle DataBase as a Service (DBaaS) uses the Platform as a Service (PaaS) model to enable deployment and management of Oracle database instances in the cloud.

Using Oracle’s DataBase as a Service (DBaaS) is quick and easy. In the example below I create and deploy an Oracle SE instance in about thirty minutes; about twenty of that was waiting for the system to complete provisioning. Have you ever been able to create a database and built the server space it required so simply? Once you have Oracle’s DBaaS, instance creation and deployment can be as easy as following a wizard-based process; no forms to fill out from you operations people and no hardware to purchase/allocate.

Creating a New Service

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It’s That Time Again! Time for OOW2016!

Yes, it’s that crazy time of the year again, when the city of San Francisco turns red – it’s Oracle Open World (OOW) 2016! If you’re planning on going this year, I hope you have your hotel room booked, because they disappear very, VERY quickly!

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Oracle Cloud v/s Amazon Cloud

A few years ago, I taught an online class in Oracle Database administration for the University of Washington. Every student was given their own virtual machine in the Amazon cloud for the duration of the class, courtesy of Amazon. It was ridiculously simple to clone, start, stop, and destroy virtual machines using the Amazon CLI (command line interface). All students had full SSH and SQL*Net access to their virtual machines in the Amazon cloud. At that time, Oracle had a pitiful cloud offering: a single schema on Oracle Database 11g, a maximum of 50 GB of database storage, and no Oracle Net (SQL*Net) access

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Oracle Management Cloud – Log Analytics

In this last overview post I will give you a first glance of the Oracle…

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Oracle Management Cloud at #IOUG Collaborate 2016

While at Collaborate on Monday, Oracle has been offered a spot to highlight The Oracle Management Cloud.  OMC is a suite of next-generation monitoring and management cloud services designed for heterogeneous environments, all empowered by Oracle’s own cloud!  The first three OMC services (Appl

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Oracle Management Cloud – IT Analytics

In this post I will give you a first glance of a demo environment of…

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Oracle Management Cloud – Application Performance Monitoring

A while ago I created a first post about the Oracle Management Cloud ( #OMC

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What Are Your Options For Migrating Enterprise Applications to the Cloud?

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style="font-weight: 400;">Migrating your enterprise applications from on-premises infrastructure to the public cloud is attractive for a number of reasons. It eliminates the costs and complexities of provisioning hardware and managing servers, storage devices, and network infrastructure; it gives you more compute capacity per dollar without upfront capital investment; and you gain opportunities for innovation through easier access to new technologies, such as advanced analytical capabilities.

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Google as a Cloud Provider?

cloudI saw a tweet this morning that pointed me to this article.

Google To Challenge Amazon, Microsoft In Cloud Computing War

 

This comes hot on the heels of this article.

Google dumps ISP email support. Virgin Media takes ball, stomps home

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Oracle Cloud – Oracle Management Cloud

Oracle Management Cloud is a new Oracle Cloud offering launched during Oracle Open World 2015,…

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