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Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface for EM12c
Presented by Kellyn Pot'Vin
Wednesday December 12th 2012
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The EM CLI (Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface) enables the administrator to access full EM12c functionality from the command line, (shell/command windows). This essential tool is incorporated with even more features with the newest release of the Enterprise Manager 12c and is important to understand when working within the EM12c environment.
This webinar will open the administrator up to the world of Enterprise Manager 12c's Command Line Interface. Discover advanced features that the EM CLI can manage, not just commands to manage/address the E12c environment, but custom scripts used in SQLPlus, shell and Perl which can also be utilized through this invaluable tool.
The session will demonstrate how EM CLI can ease the management of administering large database environments and how the commands can address problems the graphical interface can not.
Attendees will leave with a clear comprehension of:
- the ease of installation
- basic commands
- simple scripting skills
- advanced scripting methods
- how to utilize EM CLI correct issues
- using EM CLI for advanced deployment features
A live Q&A session with Kellyn Pot'Vin will follow the presentation.
Kellyn Pot'Vin, (pronounced Poet-Vaughn) is an Oracle ACE and Senior Technical Consultant at Enkitec, managing Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL. She specializes in performance tuning, working almost exclusively on multi-TB size databases, including Exadata and databases involving solid state disk configurations. She is the director of the Training Days 2013 conference for RMOUG, has spoken at KSCOPE, MOW, various SQLPass groups, numerous regional user groups and will be presenting at two symposiums at Oracle Open World 2012. She is also a co-author on two books from Apress.
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