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Rookery Software has announced a new strategic alliance with FulcrumWay. The two companies have teamed up to provide a comprehensive change management solution for cloud environments. This new product includes a suite of features designed to streamline the process of creating and approving software changes.
ConfigSnapshot for Oracle Cloud is a comprehensive configuration management solution that helps organisations manage configurations and migrate to the cloud quickly and easily. It is a unified management platform that automates key tasks required for configuration management, which can save time, cost and risk.
Besides automating the configuration process, ConfigSnapshot also provides comprehensive baseline capabilities. It allows users to create a baseline of an environment and report on changes. They can also perform comparisons of the baseline data with the current environment, which gives them an accurate understanding of the changes in the environment.
Users can also migrate data files from their local system to Oracle Cloud, using the download and upload features. However, this option can cause problems if network connectivity or storage access is affected. In these cases, users can use the CLI utility to migrate data files and extension files. This can also be used to migrate data between services and specific types of data.
ConfigSnapshot for Oracle Cloud enables users to automatically document the settings and configurations of applications. It eliminates the need for manual documentation and produces more accurate documents. Moreover, ConfigSnapshot has several reporting options, including customized reports. Users can also create predefined reports without writing code and can run them on an ad-hoc or schedule individual reports.
A leading provider of risk-based enterprise controls management solutions, FulcrumWay, has announced a strategic alliance with Rookery Software, the creator of award-winning Oracle E-Business Suite configuration management software ConfigSnapshot. The alliance will enable both companies to offer application security solutions to Oracle customers. Through this partnership, FulcrumWay will make it possible for customers to download Oracle EBS Access Controls directly into ConfigSnapshot, enabling administrators to detect and mitigate security policy violations.
Rookery Software's ConfigSnapshot software is the most comprehensive Oracle E-Business Suite management tool available. It provides centralized management for all versions of Oracle E-Business Suite and includes 130 modules and technical areas to help end users manage their applications. The privately held company serves clients worldwide. Its goal is to help organizations ensure the continued success of their mission-critical applications.
Oracle E-Business Suite configuration management software company Rookery Software and FulcrumWay announced a strategic alliance. The two companies will work together to deliver application security solutions to Oracle EBS customers. Through this partnership, Rookery will make it easier for Oracle customers to download and manage Oracle EBS Access Controls directly in ConfigSnapshot. Additionally, the two companies will collaborate to provide Oracle customers with an advanced security feature that will detect and remediate security policy violations.
Rookery Software is an application that automates and simplifies the orchestration of Oracle changes. It can be used to manage Oracle change requests, reduce human error, and improve user productivity. With this application, organizations can focus on more important tasks and improve their organization's ability to respond to a changing environment.
Rookery Software offers ConfigSnapshot, one of the most flexible configuration management solutions. It includes features such as automatic setup documentation, migration change tracking, customization, patch impact analysis, security, and access control. With ConfigSnapshot, you can create and manage multiple versions of configurations simultaneously and track changes across multiple environments.
Oracle and Deloitte have a long history of working together in the field of technology consulting. Deloitte has been a partner of Oracle's for over 25 years. Together, they have developed a suite of cloud solutions that help enterprises reduce costs and complexity while empowering innovation. Deloitte and Oracle also share a deep knowledge of the technology industry and its business insights.
Deloitte recently agreed to acquire substantially all of the assets of BIAS Corporation, a cloud consulting firm that focuses on Oracle cloud infrastructure. The acquisition of BIAS Corporation allows Deloitte to offer its customers a full suite of cloud infrastructure, middleware and applications solutions. This allows Deloitte to serve a broader client base, including emerging and enterprise companies.
The collaboration between Oracle and Deloitte is part of a strategy to accelerate customer innovation and improve operations in the cloud. It also focuses on helping customers maximize their current Oracle investments. The two companies will leverage their complementary strengths in cloud infrastructure and cloud applications to help customers innovate faster.
In this article, we will discuss some of the common features of Oracle Applications - Configuration Management. You will learn about Shared directory structure, Generic service management, and Patching. Also, we'll examine how Configuration Manager works to manage a device. Oracle Applications - Configuration Management is an important part of managing your applications.
Oracle Applications Manager (OAM) is a system management tool for Oracle applications. The manager offers a wide variety of features and applications. Its features are grouped into four categories: Monitoring, metrics, services, and maintenance. This utility allows you to access detailed information about your system's configuration. You can also update or delete configuration settings. The Manager also offers tools for monitoring business flows.
The Configuration Manager is also capable of managing multiple database instances on the same host. However, it is important to note that the collector must be installed on each host separately. While some software products let you install executables in the same directory structure, Oracle Configuration Manager requires separate directories to collect product-specific information.
If you plan to export your configuration, you need to follow the export steps carefully. Ensure that you are using a compatible language and setting. For example, if you are configuring your Oracle BI applications in English, you must set the language code of the database in the language that you want to deploy the data in.
The Configuration Manager can be used in Oracle Fusion Middleware versions 10g and 11g. However, you need to have an account on My Oracle Support to use Oracle Configuration Manager. This service offers access to over 1 million knowledge articles and an active support community. If you have any questions, you can contact the My Oracle Support team.
Configuration Manager is also compatible with Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse. In addition, it also offers an export and import feature. Users can use this functionality to manage offline configurations.
The Shared directory structure in Oracle Applications Configuration Manager is a feature that allows administrators to create and manage multiple database instances. This feature is available on both single and multi-host environments. However, collectors must be configured separately on each host. In addition, some software products do not support shared directories. Oracle recommends setting up separate directories for product-specific information.
Shared storage is not required for all Oracle products. However, it is required for some file-based persistence stores. For example, an Oracle Application may need a copy of its transaction logs. In a failover scenario, it is important to have multiple copies of a file so that data can be restored quickly. Using shared storage provides redundancy, as well as the ability to quickly failover to another node.
Oracle Fusion Middleware uses a shared directory structure to store binary files and infrastructure files. For example, a server running Oracle HTTP Server has a shared directory that stores the binaries of the Web server. The directory also contains infrastructure files and Oracle home. Those two directories are accessible by every host in the domain.
When setting up Oracle Applications Configuration Management, the Shared directory structure is configured on the Oracle Application server. The CFC configuration utility will discover the Oracle installation and detect which instances and processes are running. Once a node is discovered, a server must be configured for CFC.
Shared folders contain subfolders. If you wish to grant access to specific folders, you can assign different permissions to different groups. For example, a group can be granted access to all folders, and another group can contain it. This is done using the Groups page.
The Generic service management feature in Oracle Applications Configuration Management provides fault-tolerant service management. Upon detection of a fault, Generic Service Management will attempt to restart the relevant service processes or start them on a secondary host. This feature is available in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 and other AutoConfig enabled releases.
Generic service management provides a central management console that enables you to view service instances and manage their performance. Each service process has a name and an associated status. You can view the status of a database instance, a form instance, a concurrent processing instance, or a service instance.
Generic service management in Oracle Applications Configuration management allows you to view and manage the users and groups who can access your data. This feature also allows you to manage who can access your SQL*Net resources. This feature also allows you to manage security options for the SQL*Net environment.
Once you've selected the services that you want to manage, you can start managing them. The first step is to add beacons to the service. These beacons should be located in key user communities. If you don't have any beacons yet, you can create them. Once you have set up your key beacons, you can begin to monitor the performance of your service.
When patching Oracle Applications Configuration Management, you must be aware of the file system differences between the patch edition and the run edition. The former exists only during the patching process, while the latter is discarded after the patching cycle ends. Patching requires a small amount of downtime, which is typically measured in minutes. During this period of time, Oracle will synchronize the file system by creating a new patch edition for the database.
Oracle's Patching Oracle Applications Configuration Management has a Patch Recommendations region, which displays a numeric or graphical summary of available patches. You can also view recommended patches by target type or patch classification. You can even view a list of all recommended patches for a particular target type by clicking on a bar graph.
In Oracle Applications Configuration Management, you can view all plans for an upgrade or patch. You can then select a patch or upgrade plan and start the Plan Wizard. This allows you to make changes and make sure there are no merge conflicts. The Plan Wizard also lets you filter the table. You can also search for a particular patch by typing in the name or a partial name.
If you are not an advanced user, you can download patches by using a download script. However, you must have knowledge of the WGET command and shell scripts. You should also be familiar with UNIX file management and understand HTTP error codes. Alternatively, you can use a download manager to download multiple patches at once. Regardless of the method you choose, you must be logged into My Oracle Support and have the required permissions.
In addition to updating Oracle Applications Configuration Management, you can also patch the Oracle software by utilizing Oracle SPUs. These patches address vulnerabilities in Oracle software and improve data integrity and system availability. For this reason, Oracle urges customers to acquire SPUs as soon as possible.
The Oracle Lifetime Support Policy is an important tool for optimizing support investment. The policy controls your upgrade strategy and covers your entire technology environment from database to middleware to applications. It is one of the most comprehensive support policies available, and helps drive business success. With this policy, your business will never be without the latest features or technical support.
The Oracle extended support program was originally planned to end in July 2022, but has since been extended by more than a year. In some cases, this lifetime support is included with certain contracts. You should check the details of the plan and support deadline before purchasing. Otherwise, you'll risk experiencing performance and security degradation and falling behind the competition.
During this period, Oracle will continue to develop and deliver new features and functionality for covered Oracle Applications. New features and fixes are cumulative. All customers can use the most recent version of covered Oracle Applications. These applications include Oracle E-Business Suite, Netsuite, Siebel, Hyperion, and PeopleSoft.
Oracle EBS 12.1.0 and 12.1.3 will have Extended Support through December 2021, but Premier support will be discontinued after that date. Lifetime support is available through ACS contracts and is a great option for customers. Oracle offers three types of lifetime support for this software: Lifetime Support, Extended Support, and Technical Support.
Oracle's next-generation product suite, Project Fusion, will be delivered in 2008. It will include three levels of support: Premier Support, Extended Support, and Sustaining Support.
As 5G wireless and the Internet of Things accelerate the adoption of cloud services, the need for low latency has never been greater. Without low-latency connections, enterprises cannot leverage the advantages of cloud services. While enterprises have historically achieved acceptable latency through their core hubs, today's use cases require lower latency. The only way to achieve low latency is to run workloads as close as possible to the infrastructure.
There are a number of compliance and regulatory issues that must be addressed when using cloud applications. These include GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and PCI-DSS, the recently updated standard for processing credit card data. Firms must ensure that they are compliant with these regulations and assess which cloud providers offer these services.
While many vendors support best practice security and compliance settings, it's vital to remember that cloud environments are highly regulated environments. These regulations, which may have specific cloud controls, are not always easy to comply with. Fortunately, there are a number of solutions for addressing compliance issues in the cloud.
For example, firms must ensure that their cloud vendor has an appropriate policy and procedure for sharing data with third parties. These policies should address anticipated risks and hazards, including unauthorized access to customer records. Additionally, firms should consider whether they want to share data with third parties or aggregate customer information.
Despite these concerns, there are several solutions that address these issues and help organizations ensure they have a secure cloud environment. For instance, AWS provides customized and dynamic compliance checking. Moreover, Catbird Secure provides policy compliance automation. This service focuses on software-defined security. Similarly, the RiskVision Continuous Compliance Service offers a comprehensive compliance management solution to cloud providers.
Cloud Adjacency is an excellent choice for companies that need to balance the security of their on-premise infrastructure with the speed of public cloud. The hybrid architecture allows enterprises to position their private infrastructure next to their cloud environment, which reduces latency and network costs. It also allows enterprises to maintain control of their on-premises setup.
Cloud Adjacency is also a great option for businesses that need a scalable data center solution. Many cloud providers are multi-location and can host multiple data centers. By avoiding the use of a single data center, firms can ensure that their cloud provider is using multiple data centers in the event of a disaster.
Cloud adjacency allows organizations to connect to public cloud services without leaving their on-premise data center. The benefits of cloud adjacency include lower latency and network costs. In addition, it allows enterprises to manage on-premises data centers while reducing their footprint.
To maximize cloud adoption and achieve business results, enterprises must develop a cloud operating model. In this paper, we examine the components of this model and the role of centralized platform teams in industrializing application delivery. We'll also examine proven patterns to standardize work, processes, and tools across cloud infrastructure.
First, organizations must have the flexibility to decide where to run their workloads. Most organizations move some workloads to public clouds, while keeping others on-premises for security reasons. Cloud adjacency, or multicloud, architecture, allows organizations to balance the best aspects of each type of cloud to optimize performance.
By augmenting on-premises infrastructure with public cloud capabilities, organizations can unlock the power of big data. The cloud lets businesses access computing resources necessary to analyze data and extract insights from it. The cloud enables organizations to optimize their operational efficiency by providing flexibility and agility in the way they use their data.
While new applications are becoming more distributed, legacy applications need more granular control. A flexible orchestrator like HashiCorp Nomad can manage both traditional and modern workloads with ease. It can handle both short-running batch jobs and long-running services. In addition, Nomad can help meet security requirements.
If you have access to Oracle Content Management, you may have received a welcome email with login information. These login details are case sensitive. You will need to type them exactly as they appear in the email. To change the default access for an SI, associate it with an SR, and change the authorized IP addresses in Oracle.
Changing the default access for an SI can be done easily in Oracle. To change it, go to My Oracle Support, and select the SI that you want to change. Click the drop-down menu next to it, and select the option that says "Support Identifiers". This will change the asset table to Group By mode and allow you to select or deselect an SI. You can also add or remove an SI from the list.
To change the default access for an SI, you must first accept the CUA responsibility. When you change the CUA, Oracle will automatically approve your request if the email domain is the same as the one on the account. If the email domain does not match, you must request approval. Otherwise, Oracle will deny your request.
Once you have changed the default access for an SI, you should be able to view all the relevant information about that SI. For example, you will be able to view the history and SR associated with the system. In addition, you will be able to view any health checks or patch recommendations related to the system.
If you are changing the access for a single system, you should make sure that the target system has been deployed to make sure that it is available for the target. Otherwise, the target will not be accessible. You can also change the system's Lifecycle property to override it. The lifecycle of an entire system is inherited from the last lifecycle stage it reached.
To change the default access for an SI in Oracle, you should open the Service Request Wizard. The wizard will guide you through the steps of adding the correct information for your system. You must make sure that the configuration information provided is as accurate as possible. If you don't have it, you can use the Create Service Request Wizard.
If you don't want other users to see this information, you can set the filter to make it visible only for your SI. This way, you can filter out noise in other Oracle products. If you need to change the access to another SI, you can create an ASR with the same name as the SI.
The Message Center is refreshed every fifteen minutes while active in My Oracle Support. Refreshing Message Center can help you find the latest information on issues. However, the count of messages may not be updated. In that case, you can start a new discussion. Once you have done that, you can view all the replies.
In Oracle, the process of associating a system with an SR is simple. First, open My Oracle Support and select the "Systems" region. From the System region, click "Add." Then, right-click the system and select "New SR." The SR will then be added to the Systems region. Alternatively, you can choose to associate a system with an SR by selecting the folder icon. You can associate the system with any level of the hierarchy.
To associate a system with an SR in the Oracle database, you can select the system and the corresponding Support Identifier. This is important for health checks and patch recommendations. In order to associate a system with an SR, you must have its SI.
After selecting a system, go to the SR detail page. Click "Add Tag" and then "Associate System." You can also use an existing tag. For instance, you can associate a system with a customer. Once you've done that, the system will know which contact to contact.
Once the system is connected, run the send_test command. This will test the connection between the ASR Manager and Oracle. It will also test the activation status of an ASR for the asset. When the test is complete, you'll receive a notification via e-mail.
APEX Cloud Services from Dell is a flexible on-demand environment for organizations of all sizes. Its features include Data Center Utility, Committed Capacity with Buffer Capacity, Flex on Demand, and Hybrid Cloud. It also provides custom environment creation. It works with Mainline to offer a variety of options.
Dell Technologies' new APEX Cloud Services Data Center Utility offers customers a flexible, pay-per-use model for data center operations. With APEX, customers get Dell's industry-leading portfolio of servers, storage, converged infrastructure and data protection bundled with professional services and support. With APEX, firms can manage their data center and make payments monthly based on usage, making it the perfect choice for businesses that need to expand their IT infrastructure but aren't able to afford a large capital investment.
APEX Cloud Services can be ordered through an online catalogue, enabling customers to choose the most appropriate data center hardware based on their data center needs. Users can also get a quote for a customized setup. Hardware can be deployed on-premises or in colocation facilities through Dell's partnership with Equinix.
APEX Cloud Services can help companies fully utilise the cloud's many features. Customers can use Apex for applications like analytics, artificial intelligence, containers, databases, virtual desktop infrastructure, and high-performance computing. All these services are fully supported by the APEX Console, which streamlines IT management and provides access to usage reports. In terms of simplicity, Apex compares favourably to the public cloud.
APEX Data Storage Services is a collection of scalable elastic storage resources designed to improve agility, simplify management, and maintain data ownership. With simple pricing and three performance tiers, APEX Data Storage Services offers a flexible data center environment that scales to meet a company's needs. Customers can choose between a one-year subscription or an annual subscription for unlimited data storage.
APEX Cloud Services is based on Dell Technologies' innovative infrastructure. It features Intel performance and flexibility to help businesses scale their infrastructure. Apex's Data Center Utility is a highly customizable platform for maximum scalability and security. Dell's APEX cloud services are compatible with all Dell EMC "Power" products.
APEX Cloud Services is available now in the U.S. and can integrate with VMware Cloud for a hybrid cloud experience. It's a point-and-click interface that can get new deployments up and running in just 14 days. The APEX Cloud Services family includes APEX Hybrid Cloud and APEX Private Cloud. APEX Flex On Demand is a fully managed service that provides storage, server and HCI capabilities. APEX Flex On Demand is also available through Dell Financial Services.
Dell Technologies offers two different consumption models for APEX Cloud Services. The first option, called Apex Flex on Demand, allows customers to choose between PowerMax NVMe flash, PowerStore mid-range all-flash, PowerFlex hyper-converged, and ECS object storage. Both models come with data protection. Apex Flex on Demand caps billing at 85% of total installed capacity. Customers also have the flexibility to extend their term and refresh equipment.
In addition to its compute and storage services, Dell Technologies offers a private cloud and hybrid cloud offering. The services support both traditional and cloud native workloads and are powered by VMware's cloud software stack. Users pay only for the resources they use and get support from Dell.
Dell's APEX Cloud Services can be ordered directly from a central catalogue. Based on your specific performance requirements, you can choose the hardware, storage, and network configurations that are right for your organization. Then, the Dell Apex support team will set up and deploy the hardware for you.
APEX Flex on Demand also offers flexibility for organizations, allowing them to scale as needed to meet their IT infrastructure needs. This ITaaS pay-per-use model lets organizations plan for unpredictable growth or workload bursts. This flexibility also enables customers to reduce costs by only paying for the actual usage of the system. This flexibility is unmatched by any other infrastructure provider.
Dell's Apex Flex on Demand is targeted at mid-market customers, as well as those with large transactions. It also has added monitoring functionality for customers, allowing them to see node-level data consumption and storage usage. It will continue to expand these capabilities to support more customers.
The APEX Cloud Services managed portfolio offers a consumption-based economic model and combines Dell's portfolio with professional services and support. It helps businesses transition to the pay-per-use model while keeping their data centre managed, with regular consumption data and automated monitoring.
Committed Capacity with Buffer Capavailability in the APEX Cloud Services service model allows companies to pay only for the resources they use. Using this option allows partners to avoid overprovisioning and helps them to meet immediate mission-critical business needs.
APEX Flex on Demand offers the flexibility to purchase hardware only when required. With Apex, you can choose the amount of storage, server, or converged infrastructure you need and then pay as you go. You can also choose the amount of time your equipment is required to be up and running. This service also comes with a host of data protection features. You can also choose a minimum usage commitment, extend your term, or refresh your equipment as needed.
APEX Flex on Demand provides a monthly invoice and allows you to scale up or down depending on your needs. The service allows you to manage unpredictable growth, workload bursts, and other temporary changes to your IT infrastructure. The service also gives you a complete view of your costs, which makes it easier to control them. Furthermore, with Flex on Demand, you can access a full portfolio of Dell technology - including storage, data protection, servers, and Hyperconverged infrastructure.
The APEX portfolio of services helps businesses create a cloud-native IT strategy to meet their needs. APEX Data Storage Services, for instance, provides a colocation option that Dell manages in select global Equinix data centers. With this partnership, APEX is making it easier for customers to take advantage of the latest technologies.
APEX Cloud Services is designed to simplify operations and manage hybrid cloud deployment. It offers the industry's fastest hybrid cloud deployment, up to 86% faster than a do-it-yourself hybrid cloud. Additionally, it offers a secure, multi-cloud environment and predictable subscription pricing.
APEX is built on Dell Technologies infrastructure and provides flexibility and performance for any business. Because the business environment is increasingly dynamic, organizations need the flexibility and ability to adapt quickly. APEX Flex On Demand gives them that ability and helps them avoid overprovisioning storage capacity, which increases upfront costs. It also gives them access to ready buffer capacity, which is perfect for the dynamic business environment.
In addition to the APEX Cloud Services Flex on Demand, Dell has also announced a collaboration with Equinix. These two companies have joined forces in engineering and cloud computing to provide an integrated, multi-cloud infrastructure. APEX Hybrid Cloud uses VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus and supports automation and workload management across the entire cloud environment. Additionally, APEX Private Cloud uses VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus for edge computing and remote/branch office usage.
As the world's largest infrastructure provider, Dell Technologies offers a hybrid cloud computing solution to address the unique needs of enterprises. The company's technology streamlines cloud processes and eliminates the complexity and cost of operating multiple clouds. The hybrid cloud platform combines a highly reliable HCI platform with a fully integrated cloud orchestration tool.
APEX Cloud Services Hybrid Cloud is currently available for customers in the US and Europe. The company also announced the availability of APEX Multi-Cloud Data Services, which provides data protection, file and block services to all major public clouds at once. In addition, APEX Backup Services offers centralized monitoring and management for SaaS applications. With its new Hybrid Cloud, Dell is also extending the reach of its hybrid cloud services to customers in other regions.
APEX is a multi-cloud management solution for enterprises. APEX is built on Dell Technologies infrastructure, which enables organizations to easily integrate hybrid clouds, scale up and down, and automate the lifecycle management of their cloud environments. The unified management experience that APEX brings to hybrid cloud management reduces overhead and speeds innovation. With APEX, enterprises can also protect their cloud infrastructure investment by leveraging the power of VMware software and Dell Technologies hardware.
Dell has a wealth of experience managing diverse application portfolios in corporate data centers. Its hybrid cloud solution provides enterprises the ability to choose the cloud that best suits their needs and gives them the freedom to migrate their workloads from one cloud to another at any time. It also helps organizations maximize security, resiliency, and control of their cloud data.
The multi-cloud approach to cloud computing is increasingly favored by the mainstream enterprise market. This hybrid approach combines on-premises and public cloud deployments. In this scenario, data is dispersed across multiple data centers, public clouds, and edge environments. Apex Multi-Cloud Data Services provide file, block, and object services that support the hybrid model. The platform also offers data protection services and integrates with Apex Console.
As more data moves closer to the edge, the need to manage large amounts of data has grown. Managing large data sets, including huge amounts, can become costly, so companies should consider hybrid cloud solutions. Dell Technologies' APEX Cloud Services offers a hybrid solution that allows organizations to embrace the benefits of cloud without compromising the security, flexibility, and scalability.