Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 4 Update 6 (13.4.0.6) Is Now Available!

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Checkout this blog post by Daniela Hanssel, announcing the newly release Update 6 of OEM 13c Release 4.

Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 4 Update 4 (13.4.0.4) is Now Available!

Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 4 Update 4 (13.4.0.4), RU4 in short, is now available for download!  You can download the Release Updates from My Oracle Support: Patches & Updates.

Release Updates Details

Release Updates (RUs) are a way for us to roll out new EM features and bug fixes more quickly, without waiting for a major release vehicle. Release Update patches are versioned with a trailing digit indicating the RU version (here, 13.4.0.4). Note that RUs are cumulative, which means that the most recent RU includes functionality from all previous release updates.  It is our general recommendation that you apply the most current Release Updates as soon as possible.

For the complete article see the OEM blog post by Daniella Hansell

Turbocharge Your Database Provisioning: Use Enterprise Manager Lifecycle Management to Increase Efficiency, Consolidation and Standardization

Provisioning is arguably the first step in the lifecycle of database management.  And in many regards, it is perhaps the most important step.  Provisioning databases in a consistent and standardized way, sets the stage for creating standardized database deployments; standardization is essential for getting the most bang for the buck when implementing database automation at scale.  Consistent deployments of databases, will make tasks such as backup, recovery, patching, and upgrades easier to manage and automate at scale.

Read this article by Martin Pena – SENIOR DIRECTOR PRODUCT MANAGEMENT