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Is your organization considering an upgrade to Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Release 12, or have you recently performed a new installation or upgrade to Oracle EBS R12? As an Oracle Applications DBA, you may find that managing Oracle EBS R12 is substantially different from its R11i predecessor. Administering Oracle EBS R12 can be made easier with the Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide, a portable reference manual that is now available. The guide is brought to via the partnership between author Elke Phelps and the
The Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide is the second edition book authored by Elke Phelps. The new edition provides essentials for administering the updated Oracle Applications tier and technology stack, including Oracle 10gAS and Oracle Database 11g. The book includes guidelines and references to guide you through the management and deployment of Oracle EBS R12. Included in the guide are topics ranging from architecture, configuration, installation, cloning, patching, monitoring, troubleshooting to performance tuning.
Excerpt from the foreword by Steven Chan, Oracle E-Business Suite Development, Oracle Corporation, http://blogs.oracle.com/stevenChan
“In the first edition of the guide, the authors and reviewers managed to distill hundreds -- if not thousands -- of pages of the relevant Oracle manuals, release notes, ReadMes, Knowledge Base documents, and their own hard-won expertise, into a dense but remarkably-compact volume.
It wasn't comprehensive by any means, and didn't claim to be. That was its strength. It was able to see the forest for the trees. It touched on nearly everything important that a DBA would really need to know about administering an Oracle E-Business Suite environment without drowning the reader in unnecessary details…
…and it was small enough to fit into a laptop bag.
They have done an excellent job with this second edition, which has been refreshed and expanded without losing its concise and practical focus. You hold the product of many years of experience in your hands, one that I expect will save you countless hours of arduous research and painful experimentation.”
Even for the experienced database administrator, Oracle Applications are complicated to administer, and most documentation that is available is difficult to find and understand. Whether you're an experienced Oracle Applications DBA or new to Oracle Applications, (perhaps experienced with PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, or Siebel), this book will enable and ease the administration and efficiency of day-to-day tasks. For more information about the Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide by Elke Phelps or to purchase the guide, go to www.coquitechandpress.com
Founded in 1990, the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is the world’s largest knowledgebase for Oracle Applications users. The organization serves as an advocate to Oracle Corp. for companies worldwide. The OAUG provides users with education, networking and support via a wide range of activities and forums including conferences, publications, special interest groups and online communities. For more information about the OAUG, visit the website at oaug.org.
About the Author
Elke Phelps is an Oracle Certified Professional and Technical Architect focusing on Oracle Applications deployments. Elke's experience with Oracle Technology began in 1993. Her primary areas of expertise include Oracle Database and E-Business Suite deployments and upgrades, platform migrations and infrastructure design. Elke's advocacy of Oracle Technology through the publication of the first edition of the Oracle Applications DBA Field Guide (Apress, 2006), the publication of white papers, leadership of the Oracle E-Business Applications Technology Special Interest Group (SIG) and presentations at Oracle conferences since 2004 has earned her the designation of Oracle ACE in 2007 and Oracle ACE Director in 2009. She is a contributor to the blog hosted at http://www.fieldappsdba.com.