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Posted May 7, 2003

Oracle to Offer Single View Into Its OEM

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From eWeek]

Oracle Corp.'s plan to offer a single-browser-based view in its Oracle Enterprise Manager is being greeted with glee by users, particularly in light of a major Oracle database vulnerability discovered last week.

Andy Mendelsohn, Oracle's senior vice president of database and application server technologies, outlined a vision of a self-managing database during his keynote on Tuesday at the International Oracle Users Group conference in Orlando, Fla.

The enhanced version of OEM, due with the next release of Oracle Application Server this summer, will allow DBAs (database administrators) to see information from all databases, as opposed to being forced to monitor and manage each individual system, Mendelsohn said.

The article continues at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,3959,1054976,00.asp



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