Database Provisioning in Minutes: Using Enterprise Manager 12c DBaaS Snap Clone and EMC Storage

A little while back I posted a blog on the official Oracle Enterprise Manager blog on using Enterprise Manager 12c Snap Clone with EMC storage. Last week, I also presented on exactly the same topic at the RMOUG Training Days in Denver, Colorado, and there was quite a bit of interest in the subject.

Given that level of interest, I thought I’d let you know about another opportunity to hear all about it even if you weren’t able to attend the RMOUG conference. You may know that product management does a lot of webcasts around different areas of functionality with EM12c. Well, the very next one is on Snap Clone with EMC storage, in this case being co-presented by Oracle and EMC. You can click on the “Register” button on this link to register your attendance and get all the details as far as dial in numbers and so on. It’s on this Wednesday, February 25 at 8:00 A.M. PT ( 11:00 A.M. ET) – those are in US time zones BTW. Take advantage of this opportunity, and while you’re looking at the webcast page, check out some of the other fantastic opportunities that are coming up to hear about some of the really cool things you can do with EM12c!


After 22 years of working at Oracle in just about every role except Marketing and Support, I am now working as a Senior Managed Services Consultant with Data Intensity, specializing in Oracle Database technology, High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions. I am also a member of the OakTable Network, and have presented at RMOUG Training Days, Hotsos Symposia, Oracle OpenWorld conferences, and other user group events. I have co-authored the Expert Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and Practical Oracle Database Appliance books published by Apress, and am one of the authors of the Building Database Clouds in Oracle Database 12c book published by Addison Wesley.

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