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Volume 20, No. 1, 1st Qtr. 2013
Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control: What’s Changed, What’s New
By Michael Messina
Michael Messina details the shifts of Oracle Enterprise Manager architecture and product placement
and how Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control is administered and used, stressing the pivotal
role in which OEM capabilities play in Oracle’s overall product strategy.
17 Introduction to Oracle Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface
By Ray Smith
Ray Smith provides the general concepts of Oracle Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface
(EMCLI) and illustrates its use.
23 Retrieving Large Volumes of Data
By Andrei Dzianisau
Andrei Dzianisau discusses how the unprecedented growth of today’s database systems makes the
ability to manage databases so difficult. He then delves into the options Oracle provides within the
database that can empower your applications regardless of the size of your data sets.
33 A Multilayered Approach to Oracle Database Availability
By Tom Sager
Tom Sager discusses high-availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) as a choice IT organizations
can make when deploying Oracle Database servers. He provides a helpful list of pros and cons
regarding this approach.
36 Ask an Oracle ACE
Featuring Gokhan Atil
Reviewers for This Issue
2 From the Editor
22 Users Group Calendar
2 From the IOUG President
35 Advertisers’ Index
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