Private Cloud in Action: Early Adopters of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Report Agility and Productivity Benefits

Private Cloud in Action: Early Adopters of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Report Agility and Productivity Benefits
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Cloud computing has been evolving in two deployment models: private and public, now merging in the vision of the hybrid cloud. Cloud computing now encompasses delivery of a variety of services, including basic infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) as well as various flavors of platform- as-a-service (PaaS), which encompasses database-as-a-service (DBaaS) and middleware-as-a- service (MWaaS) as well as applications or software-as-a-service (SaaS). For the enterprise, regardless of deployment model and services being delivered, private clouds are foundational, and their deployment is booming.

IT decision-makers adopt cloud computing for a variety of reasons, chief among them are IT’s ability to minimize the tradeoff between agility and cost that limits their ability to align IT with business requirements. Maximizing the cost-agility advantage and other benefits of a private cloud depends on an effective cloud management solution that can address the entire cloud lifecycle. This requires in-depth instrumentation and oversight, extensive automation across the entire stack, and high levels of application awareness in all management tasks. To address these needs, Oracle recently introduced Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c to provide what the company calls “total cloud control” for the entire Oracle cloud stack.


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Criado 24 de março de 2015
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