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1Z0-062 Oracle Database 12c - Installation and Administration

Exam Title: Oracle Database 12c Administration
Exam ID: 1Z0-062
Format: Multiple Choice.
Duration: 120 minutes
Number of Questions: 67
Passing Score: 64%

TEMAS DE EXAMEN Administración de Oracle Database 12c 1Z0-062 (Examen 1Z0-062 in Español -150 minutos; 77 preguntas; 65% puntaje de aprobación)
Exploring the Oracle Database Architecture
List the architectural components of Oracle Database
Explain the memory structures
Describe the background processes

Oracle Database Instance
Understand initialization parameter files
Start up and shut down an Oracle database instance
View the alert log and access dynamic performance views

Administering User Security
Create and manage database user accounts
Grant and revoke privileges
Create and manage roles
Create and manage profiles

Create and manage tablespaces
Explain how Oracle database server automatically manages space
Save space by using compression
Use the Segment Advisor
Reclaim wasted space from tables and indexes by using the segment shrink functionality

Managing Data Concurrency
Describe the locking mechanism and how Oracle manages data concurrency
Monitor and resolve locking conflicts

Backup and Recovery Concepts
Identify the importance of checkpoints, redo log files, and archive log files

Performing Database Backups
Create consistent database backups
Back up your database without shutting it down
Create incremental backups
Automate database backups
Manage backups

Moving Data
Describe ways to move data
Use SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle database
Use external tables to move data via platform-independent files
Explain the general architecture of Oracle Data Pump
Use Data Pump Export and Import to move data between Oracle databases

Managing Performance: SQL Tuning
Use the SQL Tuning advisor

Creating an Oracle Database Using DBCA
Generate database creation scripts by using DBCA
Manage database design templates by using DBCA

Introduction to DBAAS
Recognize the difference between a DBaaS Instance and a Database Instance
Navigate with My Services Dashboard
User authentication and roles
Generate a Secure Shell (SSH) Public/Private Key Pair

Oracle Database Management Tools
Use database management tools

Configuring the Oracle Network Environment
Configure Oracle Net Services
Use tools for configuring and managing the Oracle network
Configure client-side network
Configure communication between databases

Managing Database Storage Structures
Describe the storage of table row data in blocks
Create and manage tablespaces

Managing Undo Data
Explain DML and undo data generation
Monitor and administer undo data
Describe the difference between undo data and redo data
Configure undo retention

Implementing Oracle Database Auditing
Enable standard database auditing and unified auditing

Backup and Recovery Configuration
Configure the fast recovery area
Configure ARCHIVELOG mode

Performing Database Recovery
Determine the need for performing recovery
Use Recovery Manager (RMAN) and the Data Recovery Advisor to perform recovery of the control file, redo log file and data file

Performing Database Maintenance
Use server-generated alerts

Automating Tasks by Using Oracle Scheduler
Use Oracle Scheduler to simplify management tasks
Use job chains to perform a series of related tasks
Use Scheduler jobs on remote systems
Use advanced Scheduler features to prioritize jobs

Upgrading Oracle Database Software
Describe data migration methods
Describe the upgrade process

Oracle Database 12c - Installation and Administration
Oracle Administration approach
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Oracle and TechSee Partner together to integrate TechSee's Visual Engagement and Intelligence Capabilities into the Oracle Field Service Platform

NEW YORK, Oct. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- TechSee, a member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN), today announced a technology collaboration with Oracle to bring the next generation of visual engagement and AI-powered service automation to Oracle Field Service, providing agents and technicians with augmented reality guidance on their mobile devices over a patented, instant video stream.

TechSee's computer vision AI and augmented reality (AR), combined with Oracle Field Service (OFS), automates field services processes like equipment identification, site and job observability, error code statuses and issues, and can provide automated AR-guided resolutions. Field service agents and supervisors can remotely verify successful task completion via live video or AI powered job verification analysis.

The combined solution will allow companies to virtualize many common technician visits, resulting in major impacts in customer satisfaction through instant resolution, cost savings via truck roll reduction, and improved agent productivity and accuracy by providing visual context.

Together, TechSee and Oracle offer a groundbreaking field service solution, supercharging field performance through visual communications, guidance and automation. With this jointly developed integration, OFS customers now have access to one-way, two-way video, screen sharing from any device, and augmented reality guidance without the need to install or obtain a new program or application.

"Adding intelligent visual guidance capabilities to Oracle Field Service is a game changer for our customers in asset-intensive industries like manufacturing, utilities, and communications" says Jeff Wartgow, VP of Outbound Product Management, Oracle. "We're excited to partner with TechSee to provide our customers tools they need to service their customers."

As the assets and equipment field service technicians work on becoming more complex, the work between TechSee and Oracle embraces a growing need for service technicians. By enabling remote users to have a "see what I see" approach with TechSee's Visual Engagement platform, problems can be identified and solved more quickly. Plus, with the experience both teams bring to the table, deploying and adopting these capabilities is made simple.

"TechSee is excited to partner with Oracle. Oracle's broad-based approach to CRM, CX and Field Service and Oracle's leadership in field service solutions makes this a natural partnership for leveraging TechSee's remote visual engagement platform. Together we will help the world's largest field service teams drive better customer experience, Strengthen technician enablement, and dramatically cut operational costs and emissions by reducing truck rolls through virtualized service innovation. By adding TechSee's augmented reality, live remote video, and computer vision AI, Oracle Field Service can offer amazing employee and customer experience from anywhere." - David Troll, GM and CRO at TechSee

About TechSee

TechSee revolutionizes the customer experience domain with the first visual engagement solution powered by Computer Vision AI and Augmented Reality. It enables enterprises around the world to deliver better customer assistance, enhance service quality and reduce costs. TechSee is led by industry veterans with years of experience in mobile technologies, artificial intelligence and big data. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv with offices in New York, London and Madrid. For more information, visit www.techsee.me

About Oracle PartnerNetwork
Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle's partner program designed to enable partners to accelerate the transition to cloud and drive superior customer business outcomes. The OPN program allows partners to engage with Oracle through track(s) aligned to how they go to market: Cloud Build for partners that provide products or services built on or integrated with Oracle Cloud; Cloud Sell for partners that resell Oracle Cloud technology; Cloud Service for partners that implement, deploy and manage Oracle Cloud Services; and License & Hardware for partners that build, service or sell Oracle software licenses or hardware products. Customers can expedite their business objectives with OPN partners who have achieved Expertise in a product family or cloud service. To learn more visit: http://www.oracle.com/partnernetwork

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Killexams : Why I Have A Hold Rating On Oracle
Oracle corporation sign

Marlon Trottmann

Introduction

Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) is an American computer technology company that is mainly known for their cloud systems and database management systems in the Systems Software Industry. We can see that year-to-date, ORCL stock is underperforming the broader market and they have lost as much as 27.43% of market value while SPY declined by 23.62%.

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Data by YCharts

After first analyzing the company’s financial performance, I do not believe this is an optimal buying opportunity for ORCL right now with reasons such as mediocre financial growth, valuation providing minimal upsides, and more. Investors, in my opinion, should "Hold" and wait for a better buying opportunity in this stock. Let's begin with an overview of what has occurred so far in the company activity analysis.

Company Activity

Oracle recently released fiscal 2023 Q1 on September 12th, and it has some mixed financial results. In case you missed it, here is a quote from their filings page that I found helpful in recapping the company’s performances thus far:

Total quarterly revenues were up 18% year-over-year in USD and up 23% in constant currency to $11.4 billion. Cloud services and license support revenues were up 14% in USD and up 20% in constant currency to $8.4 billion. Cloud license and on-premise license revenues were up 11% in USD and up 19% in constant currency to $0.9 billion. For the first quarter of fiscal 2023, Cerner contributed $1.4 billion to total revenues.

I then looked into Oracle’s Financials section and compiled the history of 2 important metrics: Normalized Diluted EPS and EBITDA. Oracle is a mature company and they have steadily grown EPS at a moderate 10-year 4.77% CAGR (calculations from May 2013 to May 2022). I also calculated the 10-year CAGR on EBITDA from the same time period to result in a meager 1.39% CAGR. These growth rates are mediocre for a company in a growing industry, and I am unsure if Oracle will keep pace with the industry. For example, if we take a look at the top companies in the Systems Software Industry, we can see Oracle hovering around the 14th to 15th position in growth, performance, etc. To further put this into perspective, Oracle has lagged behind the System Software Industry's growth rates. According to NYU Stern's historical data, the broader Software System & Application Industry has grown at a 23.04% 5-year CAGR with regards to net income which is far below Oracle’s growth rates mentioned above.

Seeking Alpha Normalized Diluted EPS Screenshot

Normalized Diluted EPS (Seeking Alpha)

Seeking Alpha EBITDA Screenshot

EBITDA (Seeking Alpha)

In addition to slow growth, there has been significant insider selling activity within the past 4 years. Insiders have bought $3.18 million while they sold nearly $1.48 billion in the time frame mentioned above. This is somewhat troubling and I believe that this could signal poor insider confidence within the company.

MarketBeat Oracle Insider Buying Screenshot

MarketBeat

But, there are positives to note here. In Oracle's Q1 10Q, I noticed that management has been repurchasing shares in the past months and has a large buyback program of nearly ~$9 billion. Investors would be pleased to note their commitment to shareholder value, which would ultimately provide some support for the stock price. Here is a quote below on more details of these stock buybacks below from the 10Q:

Our Board of Directors has approved a program for us to repurchase shares of our common stock. As of August 31, 2022, approximately $8.9 billion remained available for stock repurchases pursuant to our stock repurchase program. We repurchased 7.5 million shares for $559 million during the three months ended August 31, 2022 (including 0.3 million shares for $26 million that were repurchased but not settled) and 94.0 million shares for $8.0 billion during the three months ended August 31, 2021, under the stock repurchase program.

Dividends Appear to Have Stable Recovery

Currently, Oracle has an annual dividend of $1.28 per share at a 1.79% annual yield. This yield is higher than SPY’s 1.70% but under the industry average of 2.21%. The company’s dividend program means the company falls short of the top 75% of dividend-paying corporations in the United States. Additionally, the company's EPS of $2.66 is more than enough to cover the annual dividend per share, leading to a sustainable payout ratio of 48.12% (derived by dividing annual dividend per share over EPS). ​Dividend yield rates additionally have seen recovery from the 2015 value and have grown back at a 15% 7-year CAGR since, providing investors with constant dividend growth for the last decade.

Oracle's Dividend from WallStreetZen

WallStreetZen

Oracle's competiive positioning

WallStreetZen

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Stock Valuation

Oracle offers stable dividend payouts compared to its lumpy Free Cash Flow metric; thus, I valued the stock using conservative assumptions for the Gordon Growth Model ('GGM'). The GGM valuation approach works by assuming a constant sustainable dividend growth rate and discounting it back into the current stock price with a required rate of return. This is all summed up into this equation: "value of the stock" = "dividend per share" divided by "discount rate - dividend growth rate". It is worth noting that GGM frequently undervalues stock prices in general since dividend growth is conservatively expected to remain constant.

Knowing this, I first based my model on an annualized $1.28 dividend per share calculated by adding the preceding four quarters' $0.32 dividends (price history via Seeking Alpha). Then, I reasonably derived a discount rate of 5.9% from the cost of equity based on a 3-year levered-beta of 0.5. I estimated that dividends will grow in-line with inflation to be conservative, which I estimate from the 10-year treasury yield chart below. Plugging these three key values into the equation above, I found that the model yielded an intrinsic value of $63.68 per share, reflecting a minimal 0.6% upside over the current price of $63.68.

My GGM model from Google Sheets

Google Sheets

YCharts treasury yield screenshot

YCharts

Risk Headwinds

The biggest risks that stand out for Oracle are the rising competitive landscape within the Software Industry and the harsh effects of the Federal Reserve's Monetary policy. We have been observing more and more well-known technology companies significantly investing in sectors where Oracle was dominating in, and, as a result, Oracle was unable to maintain its competitive positioning. It is evident that the other companies above the company all together can cut losses and cause the company to spend more cash. Here is a graph and a quote from an article from Ibisworld summing up the accurate activities:

“There are 16,431 Software Publishing businesses in the US as of 2022, an increase of 10.4% from 2021”

Ibisworld software companies screenshot

Ibisworld

In addition, the overall macroeconomic landscape caused by the Federal Reserve’s attempts to taper down the inflation rates still makes it difficult for companies especially like Oracle to operate in. Inflationary rates have been leveling out to roughly 8.3%, but these rates still are the highest it has been in the past 5 years.

TradingEconomics inflationary rates

TradingEconomics

Competitor Comparisons

The last part of my thesis revolves around Oracle's competitive positioning and its comparison with competitors in the Systems Software Industry. I created a simple table below to compare Oracle’s financial performances (with data from Yahoo Finance) to similar competitors that income investors may seek out as an alternative such as Microsoft (MSFT), Adobe (ADBE), and more.

As a result, this table of P/E, P/S, and EBITDA yielded moderate results to say the least. When compared to industry giants like Adobe and Google (GOOGL) (GOOG), Oracle has a far cheaper P/S and P/E valuation. Not to mention, ironSource Ltd. (IS) (the top-ranked stock in the Systems Software Industry on Seeking Alpha) still has a higher P/S and P/E ratio. But, Oracle’s EBITDA is comparable to its competitors as they provide a higher EBITDA than Adobe, ironSource Ltd, SAP (SAP), and more. Overall though, competition in the industry is fierce and similar companies have the possibility to pressure and cut Oracle’s market share. With all of this, though Oracle is cheaply valued relative to peers in the industry, competitive pressures are still a concern to note.

Company

Ticker

P/S

P/E

EBITDA (Billions)

Oracle

ORCL

3.95

12.76

18.4

Microsoft

MSFT

9.48

24.69

97.98

Adobe

ADBE

7.98

18.32

6.73

Google

GOOGL

4.75

16.34

96.89

ironSource Ltd

IS

6.25

14.51

108.25 M

SAP SE

SAP

3.55

14.39

6.3

Cisco Systems Inc

CSCO

3.27

11.40

15.9

Conclusion

Again, I do not believe that ORCL Stock is an optimal purchase right now. Oracle historically has been growing at below industry average rates—this is reflected in EPS 4.77% 10-year CAGR and EBITDA 1.39% CAGR compared to the Software System & Application Industry 23.04% 5-year CAGR. My conservative Gordon Growth Dividend model resulted in a valuation price of $63.68 which is only a slight 0.6% upside from its current market price. I also think that competitive pressures and inflationary risks all together can be a serious headwind for Oracle. I will reassess my thesis following Oracle’s 2023 fiscal year Q2 earnings announcements or when the macroeconomic environment improves, but for now, with all the reasons discussed above, I recommend a “HOLD” on ORCL stock.

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Killexams : Best System Administrator Certifications for 2019

When it comes to managing computer systems, whether in an office environment, on a campus or in an enterprise data center, there’s a long list of tools and technologies SysAdmins need to master. There are numerous certifications can help validate knowledge and skills in those areas.

In addition to server and client configuration and maintenance, many system administrators must understand access controls, network services and resource requirements for applications. They often find themselves working with directory and name services as well as network addressing, database services, web and desktop applications, email, and more.

Making sense of all these different system administrator roles and accompanying certifications is no easy task. After examining various credentials, we came up with a list of our five favorite system administrator certifications for 2019.

The following chart shows the results of an informal job search we conducted that gives you an idea of the relative frequency with which our top five certifications appear in real job postings. While all the certifications are popular, the CompTIA Server+ stands out as the clear favorite.

Job Board Search Results (in alphabetical order, by certification)*

Certification SimplyHired Indeed LinkedIn Jobs Linkup Total
MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure (Microsoft) 112 247 253 151 773
Oracle Linux System Administrator (Oracle) 311 377 124 304 1,116
RHCE (Red Hat) 507 625 864 286 2,282
Server+ (CompTIA) 98 111 165 25 399
VCP6.5-DCV (VMware)* 219 275 169 192 855

*When searching for VCP – Data Center credentials, we found most job descriptions didn’t indicate a specific version.

Although employers tend to pay SysAdmins less than some of their IT peers, such as network engineers and data architects, a career in system administration is still worth pursuing. SimplyHired reports $77,296 as the national average salary for SysAdmins, in a range from $49,746 to $120,102. Indeed.com pegs averages at $75,967 for plain-vanilla, and $88,032 for senior systems administrators.

MCSE: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert

The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certification has long ruled the hearts and minds of those who work on Microsoft-based systems, servers and clouds. MCSE certifications focus on the latest technologies for business applications, cloud infrastructures, data management and analytics, mobility, and productivity.

But when it comes to system administration certifications in general, the brightest lights are those that address Windows Server at the enterprise and server administrator levels. While these credentials don’t all specifically use “system administrator” in their descriptions, they all fall well inside the roles and responsibilities of system administration jobs. They’re also in high demand in job postings and classified job advertisements.

The MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure targets IT professionals seeking to promote careers such as information security analysts or computer support specialists. Those obtaining the certification will find that the MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure credential is designed to validate the skills necessary to effectively run a data center, including networking, storage, systems management, virtualization and identity management.

Note: The Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) is Microsoft’s prevailing mid-range IT certification. It covers most administrative job roles, including system administration at both the desktop and server levels, as well as more specialized job roles that include SQL Server and Office 365. MCSA: Cloud Platform is a gateway certification that feeds into these MCSE certifications.

System administration candidates might also want to take a close look at the MCSE: Productivity credential, which garners nearly as many hits on job boards as the MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure cert. The MCSE: Productivity focuses on Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint or Skype For Business. Because communications systems and services of all kinds are so important to business, these are good areas for aspiring and practicing system administrators to specialize in.

The Microsoft Certification Program underwent extensive changes in September 2016. Once you earn one of the latest MCSE credentials, you do not have to recertify within three years as used to be the case. However, by passing an elective test each calendar year, you add an entry to your transcript that indicates your commitment to staying current on technologies and expanding your skillset.

MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Facts and Figures

Certification Name Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Cloud Platform and Infrastructure
Prerequisites & Required Courses Any one of the following MCSAs is required:

MCSA: Windows Server 2016

MCSA: Cloud Platform

MCSA: Linux on Azure

MCSA: Windows Server 2012

Number of Exams One additional elective test is required to earn this MCSE. Valid electives include:

70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions

70-533 Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (exam retires December 31, 2018)

70-473 Designing and Implementing Cloud Data Platform Solutions

70-475 Designing and Implementing Big Data Analytics Solutions

70-744 Securing Windows Server 2016

70-745 Implementing a Software-Defined Datacenter

70-413 Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure

70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure

70-537 Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack (coming soon)

Candidates are encouraged to check the certification web page for the most current list of qualifying exams.

Cost per Exam $165 per test in the USA
URL https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/mcse-cloud-platform-infrastructure.aspx
Self-Study Materials Visit the certification web page and Microsoft Learning for practice tests, free online training, Microsoft Official Curriculum in-classroom and on-demand course offerings, books, online resources and more.  Candidates will find links to training resources including practice exams, books, video, and formal training on the test web page.

Oracle Linux System Administrator

Although known for its database products and solutions, Oracle also has its own distribution of Linux, geared for the enterprise and designed to support cloud environments. In fact, Oracle Linux is optimized for various Oracle products and platforms, such as Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud and Oracle Database Appliance.

To support Oracle Linux, the company offers the Oracle Linux System Administrator certification at Associate and Professional levels. A single Oracle Linux Certified Implementation Specialist credential is also offered. We focus on the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) version in this section.

The OCP Oracle Linux System Administrator certification, currently at version 6 (although version 7 should be coming soon), covers a lot of details. Candidates must be well-versed on the Btrfs file system, control groups, Linux containers, advanced storage administration techniques, Oracle cluster management and package management. The certification also tests for knowledge of dump analysis, dynamic tracing, network and security configuration and more.

The OCP Oracle Linux System Administrator certification requires that candidates first obtain the Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administrator certification and pass one exam.

SysAdmins who support Oracle Solaris might be interested in the Oracle Solaris System Administrator certification, which Oracle offers at the Associate and Professional levels. Oracle also offers several server-related certifications for SPARC and Fujitsu servers.

Oracle Linux System Administrator Facts and Figures

RHCE: Red Hat Certified Engineer

In the realm of Linux system administrator certifications, Red Hat certs really stand out. Red Hat’s more senior-level certifications are especially popular among IT professionals as well as the employers who hire them. Those holding the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) credential qualify for job roles such as senior Linux administrator, senior UNIX administrator, senior systems engineer, infrastructure systems engineer, IT analyst and the like.

The RHCE is regarded as a high-level credential that’s not easy to obtain. Candidates must first obtain the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) credential and then pass a three and a half hour, hands-on, performance-based test that’s intense and demanding. Those who earn the RHCE can go on to earn the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) in Infrastructure credential.

The current RHCE test is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7. RHCE certification is valid for three years from the date the certification was achieved. To maintain the certification, a credential holder must pass any RHCA test or pass the RHCE certification test again before the end of the three-year period.

Note: In October 2018, IBM announced that it was acquiring Red Hat for the princely sum of $34 billion. It’s too early to tell what impact this may have on Red Hat certification offerings, if any.

RHCE Facts and Figures

Certification Name Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
Prerequisites & Required Courses Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification (does not have be on the same Red Hat Enterprise Linux version). RHCSA requires one exam: EX200 — Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA).

Note: Courses recommended but not required

Number of Exams One exams:

EX300 – Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam, 3.5 hours

Cost per Exam $400 (RHCE test fee only)
URL https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhce
Self-Study Materials Red Hat Training offers multiple training options, including classroom, virtual, online, video and private onsite. The Red Hat Learning Subscription offers online and video courses, including cloud-based labs, in Basic and Standard subscriptions. Prices vary by geography. Candidates in the U.S. can expect to pay $5,500 (or 19 training units) for the Basic tier and $7,000 (or 24 training units) for the Standard tier.

CompTIA Server+

CompTIA offers a long list of entry-level certifications, such as the A+ for hardware technicians, Network+ for network admins and Security+ for security specialists, all of which are highly regarded in the computing industry. The CompTIA Server+ certification is no exception. Companies such as Intel, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Xerox and Microsoft, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense, recommend or require that their server technicians earn CompTIA Server+.

The Server+ certification test focuses on foundational server-related syllabus that are vendor-neutral in nature, including server hardware, operating systems, storage systems, networking, the IT environment (documentation, diagrams and best practices), security and disaster recovery, virtualization and troubleshooting.

The Server+ credential, along with sufficient experience, is a great asset for individuals seeking a position as a server or network administrator, systems engineer or website administrator. You can also consider it as a stepping stone to a more focused certification, such as the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) or the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA).

Server+ certification requires one exam, SK0-004. CompTIA recommends that candidates have at least 18 months of experience and A+ certification before sitting for the exam.

CompTIA Server+ Facts and Figures

Certification Name CompTIA Server+
Prerequisites & Required Courses Required: None

Recommended: CompTIA A+ certification plus 18 to 24 months of IT experience

Number of Exams One exam: SK0-004 (90 minutes, 100 multiple-choice questions, 750 on a scale of 100-900 required to pass)
Cost per Exam $319. Purchase vouchers through CompTIA Marketplace. test administered by Pearson VUE.
URL https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/server
Self-study Materials Links to practice questions, test objectives, eBooks, and other training resources are available on the certification web page. test study bundles including eBooks and CertMaster practice are available from the CompTIA Marketplace.

VCP6-DCV: VMware Certified Professional 6 – Data Center Virtualization

The VMware family of certifications are must-have credentials for IT professionals interested in the field of virtualization. Offering a comprehensive certification program that encompasses all skills levels, VMware credentials are recognized globally as best in class.

The latest incarnation of the VMware vSphere product is Version 6.5. VMware currently offers two credentials which target vSphere V6.5 users: the VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization and the VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (Design and Deploy). It’s anticipated that the VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX-DCV) will be available soon.

Although Version 6.5 is the latest version of the vSphere product, interested candidates can still certify on vSphere V. 6. The VMware Certified Professional 6 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6-DCV) is one of VMware’s most popular credentials with more than 100,000 certified credential holders. The VCP6-DCV prepares credential holders for more advanced certifications, including the VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP6-DCV) and the pinnacle cert, VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX-DCV). For this article, we chose to concentrate on the requirements for the VCP6.5 – DCV since it’s based on the latest version of vSphere.

Training is required for non-credential holders seeking to obtain the VCP6-DCV. VMware offers a variety of training options to meet the training prerequisite: self-paced (on demand), live online and live classroom, some of which include virtual labs. Those possessing a valid VCP5-DCV or VCP6-DCV credential need only pass a delta exam to obtain the credential.

VCP6.5-DCV Facts and Figures

Certification Name VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6.5-DCV)
Prerequisites & Required Courses Path 1 (non-VCP credential holders):  Gain vSphere 6.5 experience, attend a required training course, pass either the vSphere 6 or 6.5 Foundations exam, and pass the current VCP6.5–DCV exam

Path 2 (active VCP5-DCV or VCP6-DCV credential holders): Gain vSphere 6.5 experience, pass the VCP6.5–DCV or VCP6.5–DCV Delta exam. Training is recommended but not required.

Path 3 (expired VCP-DCV): Gain vSphere 6.5 experience, attend a required training course, pass either the vSphere 6 or 6.5 Foundations exam, and pass the current VCP6.5–DCV exam

Path 4 (active VCP 6, 6.5 or 7 in a different track): Gain vSphere 6.5 experience and pass the VCP6.5–DCV exam. Training is recommended but not required.

See the VCP6.5-DCV web page for list of current approved training courses.

Number of Exams One or two exams depending on certification path.

Foundation exams:

vSphere 6 Foundations Exam, 2V0-620, 115 minutes, 65 questions

vSphere 6.5 Foundations Exam, 2V0-602, 105 minutes, 70 questions

VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization exams:

VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization, 2V0-622, 105 minutes, 70 questions

VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization Delta, 2V0-622D, 106 minutes, 70 questions

Cost per Exam vSphere Foundations test (V6 or V6.5), $125

VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization exam, $250

VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization Delta exam, $250

URL VCP6.5-DCV:   https://www.vmware.com/education-services/certification/vcp6-5-dcv.html
Self-Study Materials A link to an test guide, training and a practice test (if available) appear on each test page (see the How to Prepare tab). VMware Learning Zone offers test prep subscriptions. Numerous VCP6-DCV study materials are available through Amazon.com. MeasureUp offers a VCP6-DCV practice tests and a practice labs.

Beyond the Top 5: More SysAdmin Certifications

Beyond the five system administrator certifications featured in this article, there are many other certification programs that can help to further the careers and professional development of IT professionals who work in system administration.

It makes sense to investigate the plethora of vendor-specific programs available for those who work with systems from companies such as Brocade, Dell EMC, HPE, IBM, NetApp, Symantec and so forth. Many of them play into key system specialty areas, such as storage, security or virtualization, while others offer a broad range of platforms for these and other technology areas. Here are some examples:

  • IBM Certified System Administrator (and Advanced Administrator), for WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment, AIX, DB2, Connections, Sametime, Lotus Notes, Informix, IBM i and more
  • NetApp Certified Data Administrator (NCDA), geared toward professionals who manage NetApp data storage controllers running the ONTAP operating system
  • ServiceNow Certified System Administrator, aimed at professionals who are adept at configuring, implementing and managing ServiceNow systems

Likewise, vendor-neutral certification programs also offer a variety of interesting and potentially valuable credentials. For example, the LPI LPIC certifications, which had been in our top five list for several years, are well known and widely recognized in IT shops and operations that depend on Linux servers to handle their workloads. It’s best to think of our top five certifications as a good place to start, while also realizing that there are many other options to consider as well.

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Killexams : Oracle Launches Public Safety Platform for Rapid Response

Oracle seeks to help law enforcement and first responders handle emergency situations through its new technology platform, Oracle Public Safety Services.

The platform is developed to provide emergency response workers with real-time information and situational awareness to help their decision-making process, the information technology company said Sunday. 

Oracle Public Safety Services is also designed to do away with data silos and remove manual busy work.

Oracle has utilized its cloud infrastructure and worked with local government authorities, emergency medical service experts and law enforcement technology professionals for the development of its public safety platform.

The Oracle Public Safety Services suite includes a computer-aided dispatch command center for emergency call management and dispatch, wearable computer communications and camera system for officers, real-time video communication tools, a touch-talk-listen tablet application for vehicle communication and coordination, as well a cloud-based law enforcement records and jail management systems. 

“We designed our systems to make the on-scene experience less isolating and emotionally charged by enabling responders to act as a blended team with someone monitoring the situation remotely,” said Steve Seoane, senior vice president and general manager for Oracle’s local government operations. 

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Killexams : Oracle NetSuite Accounting Software Review
  • Oracle NetSuite is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that comes with a robust financial management solution.
  • Its pricing is customized for each user based on the needs and circumstances of your business.
  • Oracle NetSuite is ideal for midsize businesses, manufacturers and companies that need advanced features.
  • This article is for entrepreneurs considering implementing Oracle’s NetSuite ERP platform as their financial management and accounting solution.

As your business grows, you may invest in a greater number of software solutions to keep your operations moving forward. Businesses that reach this point often find it’s easiest to streamline all of their systems ‒ including accounting and financial management ‒ into one convenient enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform like Oracle NetSuite.

Oracle NetSuite

Affordable pricing 1.0/2.0
Free trial 1.5/2.0
Robust integrations 2.0/2.0
Invoicing and bill pay 2.0/2.0
Mobile app 2.0/2.0
Editor’s score 8.5/10

As part of its robust ERP offering, Oracle NetSuite offers an intuitive cloud financial management solution that allows businesses to track their financial data and automate many essential accounting functions. Like any highly-rated accounting software, it offers reporting, planning, and billing features and easily integrates with other software, including Oracle’s suite of business solutions. It can also be used seamlessly with multiple currencies, so it’s a great option for growing companies with a global customer base.

If your business wants to expedite its accounts receivable and payable, accelerate deal closings, and keep up with financial compliance obligations, while taking advantage of a full suite of powerful business management features, Oracle NetSuite is an ideal accounting solution within an ERP platform.

Oracle NetSuite Summary

Base price $999 per month
Invoicing and payments Yes
No. of clients supported Unlimited
Free trial No

Pricing

Because they can perform a wide range of complex business management functions, ERP platforms are typically priced on a custom basis. Factors such as business size, annual revenue and desired features all affect the cost of the software. Oracle NetSuite is no different, and to get an accurate price estimate, you’ll need to contact an Oracle sales representative. The sales rep will walk you through all the available features of the platform, including inventory management, financial management, point of sale, customer relationship management (CRM) and human capital management software

Based on our research, Oracle NetSuite pricing includes a $999 monthly licensing fee, plus a per-user fee that starts at $99 a month. While this base price can be used as an estimate, your costs may vary significantly depending on your specific business needs.

Because of its high price point, Oracle NetSuite is likely not well suited for a smaller business with simple accounting and bookkeeping needs. However, if your business is growing internationally and you anticipate needing an ERP platform to manage everything, this can be an excellent accounting solution that sets you up for financial success as your company grows. Thanks to NetSuite’s integrated ecosystem, you can save time and money that would otherwise be spent managing multiple software solutions from different vendors.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite’s price varies depending on the different software modules required, the size of your business, its annual revenue and the number of orders your company processes.

Accounting Features

Oracle NetSuite’s financial management solution offers a wide range of useful accounting features. Here’s more about how NetSuite can help growing businesses:

Finance and Accounting

With Oracle NetSuite, your business can seamlessly combine its core finance and accounting functions with strong compliance management. This ERP’s financial management solution offers real-time access to your financial data to help you drill into important details, resolve delays, and generate compliance statements and disclosures for your stakeholders.

NetSuite provides the following basic accounting functions to streamline and simplify your financial processes:

Billing

Whether your business operates on a transaction, subscription, usage-based or hybrid model, Oracle NetSuite can help you manage your billing operations. It fully integrates into the platform’s advanced revenue management and compliance functions.

Revenue Recognition

Businesses with financial reporting obligations can use NetSuite to easily comply with accounting standards, including ASC 605, 606 and IFRS 15. Using the platform’s rule-based event-handling framework, you can easily automate numerous revenue management and reporting functions, such as forecasting, allocation, recognition, reclassification and auditing.

Financial Planning and Reporting

NetSuite’s planning, budgeting and forecasting functions allow your business to plot out its financial future based on real-time analytics. Use your business data to forecast revenue, plot out what-if scenarios and develop accurate budgets. Oracle’s powerful reporting and analytics tools also allow you to gain a more complete picture of your business at any time to make better informed decisions about your finances.

NetSuite’s mobile app enables you to manage your accounting needs while you’re on the go.

Source: Oracle NetSuite

Global Account Management and Consolidation

If your business plans to expand its borders and go global, you need a financial management solution that helps you manage your international transactions and compliance obligations. Oracle NetSuite’s powerful financial engine gives you maximum transparency and visibility into your business across countries and in real time so you can manage your operations at the local and global level.

To make it easier to run an international business, NetSuite offers a variety of language interfaces to overcome language barriers and a multicurrency management system that supports over 190 different forms of currencies and automatically accounts for the current exchange rate for real-time conversion.

Governance, Risk and Compliance

With Oracle NetSuite, your business will always be audit-ready. This ERP platform supports your company’s governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) programs so you can handle increasingly complex regulatory, operational, and compliance challenges as you scale.

The platform can also establish a sustainable risk management and compliance process for your company so you can anticipate major risks before they happen.

Integrations

Oracle NetSuite offers seamless integration with all its ERP solutions and integrates with many leading business software providers. If you use other vendors to manage your operations, you can use NetSuite’s open APIs to introduce new integrations.

To take advantage of these integrations, businesses can hire a NetSuite dedicated implementation team for an additional fee. The team not only helps set up the ERP platform itself, but also assists with any additional integrations and project management planning.

Netsuite provides business owners with access to all their business data in one central location.

Source: Oracle NetSuite

ERP Features

Want to use Oracle NetSuite as part of a larger ERP solution? Your financial management processes will integrate seamlessly with Oracle’s full suite of products. This is helpful if you’re trying to gain a more holistic view of your business’s financial transactions, budgets and forecasts.

Here are a few additional useful functions you’ll find within Oracle NetSuite.

Order Management

Stay on top of your warehouse ordering. This solution helps you ensure ideal quantities of each item you sell by automatically analyzing historical sales and logistics data. NetSuite can determine the best reordering time frame for each product and replenish stock to an optimal threshold when it runs low.

Production Management

NetSuite helps companies with every sales or work order while providing real-time visibility into every step of the production process. This ERP’s end-to-end manufacturing software solution can help you run your entire business and make better-informed decisions.

Supply Chain Management

NetSuite helps you seamlessly manage each point in your supply chain, regardless of where your physical product is manufactured or stored.

Warehouse and Fulfillment

NetSuite helps businesses with inbound logistics, outbound logistics, and inventory management, streamlining your warehousing operations and helping you minimize costs for on-time delivery. The built-in warehouse management solution enables you to manage your distribution operations using customized user-defined strategies and advanced real-time updates and integrations.

NetSuite’s one-click capabilities make it easy to drill down into operations directly from the dashboard.

Source: Oracle NetSuite

Procurement

With Oracle NetSuite, it’s easy to purchase goods and services for your business quickly and at the best prices. Real-time information helps you better understand your company spend and vendor performance while automation and workflow integrations deliver a more accurate procure-to-pay process.

Human Capital Management

Manage your team and your human resources processes with NetSuite’s HCM solution, SuitePeople. This solution allows you to streamline employee onboarding and information collection for new hires while also giving visibility into your workforce operations.

Did you know?Did you know? Oracle NetSuite offers several key tools that are critical for financial management, including basic accounting functions, billing, revenue recognition, planning and reporting, GRC, and more.

Oracle NetSuite Pros

For growing international businesses, Oracle NetSuite offers a robust, all-in-one ERP solution that puts your most valuable business data into a single platform. NetSuite’s full product suite allows your organization’s various departments and systems to operate harmoniously and in real time so every person in your company is always up to date.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite provides just about every feature you could want in an ERP, allowing for a seamless single solution for managing all your operations.

Oracle NetSuite Cons

In terms of accounting software, NetSuite may be prohibitively expensive for smaller businesses. Additionally, it may offer far more functionality than your business needs at this point in its growth, and you don’t want to pay for features you’ll never use.

Ultimately, NetSuite is ideal for midsize and large businesses operating a complex operation, as this ERP solution performs best when all of the modules are used in conjunction with one another.

TipTip:The high price tag of Oracle NetSuite may be too much for small businesses with less complex financial management needs.

Customer Service

Oracle NetSuite delivers top-notch customer service across its entire ERP platform, including its financial management solution. The company’s educational resources provide users the opportunity to learn about NetSuite’s full range of products and stay updated on any new features or capabilities.

NetSuite offers 24/7, real-time support for industries via phone, email and a built-in chatbot on its website. The automated chat functionality can answer simple FAQs or connect you with a customer service representative.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite’s customer service is on a par with what you would expect from a world-class ERP solution, so you can count on being able to find answers to your questions and concerns.

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Killexams : Perficient to Demonstrate Multi-Pillar Oracle Expertise at Oracle CloudWorld 2022

Perficient, Inc. PRFT ("Perficient"), the leading global digital consultancy transforming the world's largest enterprises and biggest brands, today announced it will showcase its Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) expertise in a breakout session during Oracle CloudWorld 2022, taking place October 17-20 in Las Vegas.

In order to remain agile and maintain visibility into business systems, enterprises must standardize their processes and establish governance and accountancy controls. For more than 20 years, Perficient and Oracle have partnered to help clients institute efficiencies across the organization while empowering them to regain accessibility and authority of their information.

"As an organization's data grows exponentially, business leaders need powerful analytics and visualization techniques to help them better leverage that data," said Joseph Klewicki, general manager in Perficient's Oracle practice. "By deploying the right strategy and business intelligence integration, decision makers can have more accurate and timely data available at their fingertips. We are excited to share our expertise and showcase the power of Oracle Cloud at CloudWorld 2022."

Hear How Perficient Leveraged Hybrid Oracle Cloud to Achieve Cross-Platform Migration

Perficient and a multi-national hospitality group will deliver a breakout presentation at Oracle CloudWorld 2022 about how they implemented a cross-platform migration of three critical financial systems to Oracle Cloud. Representatives from the two organizations will discuss how they leveraged the organization's existing Oracle applications and modernized its business intelligence platform with OAC and OCI.

Meet with Perficient's Oracle Experts at Oracle CloudWorld 2022

Perficient's Oracle subject matter experts will be on-hand at booth 372 in the Finance Community of the CloudWorld Hub ready to discuss how Perficient can drive end-to-end digital transformations with Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), and Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics solutions.

"Decision makers from a cross section of industries will convene at Oracle CloudWorld to learn how they can utilize digital technologies and cloud capabilities to meet their needs," said Santhosh Nair, vice president, Perficient. "We are eager to gather with the Oracle global community to meet with business leaders to share how our expertise with Oracle platforms can solve problems and transform their business."

Perficient has two decades' of experience successfully deploying more than 3,000 client implementations using Oracle technology. With 15 Oracle specializations, an education center in Houston, and integrated IP assets, Perficient has delivered strategy and implementation for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid solutions to meet unique business needs.

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Killexams : Oracle’s ‘Swiss Army knife’ approach to DBaaS continues to pay off with MySQL HeatWave ML

Open MySQL databases are the workhorse of data processing and analytics, with performance and cost benefits rivaling all the major cloud platforms.

But while traditional MySQL databases offer reliability and cost-savings, they suffer from limited reporting and analytics capabilities, low automation potential and zero machine learning ability. Database administrators have overcome this by adding on separate services in a “right tool for the right job” approach. It’s a method certainly employed by other cloud giants, where a smorgasbord of database options is fast becoming the norm.

Oracle Corp. chose a different path. With the popularity of its market-leading Oracle Database showing a very slow, but steady, decline as cloud databases started to pick up share, the company challenged convention by converging all database functionality in its MySQL HeatWave fully managed database service.

“We see Oracle, which is taking the Swiss Army Knife approach, converging database functionality, enabling analytic and transactional workloads to run in the same data store, eliminating the need to ETL, at the same time adding capabilities into its platform like automation and machine learning,” stated theCUBE industry analyst Dave Vellante in a CUBE Power Panel on the database market.

Vellante dug into MySQL Heatwave’s rapid evolution during a CUBE Conversation this week with Nipun Agarwal (pictured), senior vice president of MySQL Database & HeatWave at Oracle, and Kumaran Siva, corporate vice president of strategic business development at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. They discussed how in-database machine learning is becoming essential to provide the performance levels that modern analytics demand.

Automated training removes need for ML specialists

There are multiple reasons that Oracle chose to integrate ML into MySQL HeatWave rather than take the specialized database approach chosen by AWS and other competitors, according to Agarwal. First is security.

“Customers don’t need to move the data. And if they don’t need to move the data, it is more secure because it’s protected by the same access-controlled mechanisms as the rest of the data,” he explained.

Also, a single database is faster and let’s users avoid dealing with multiple services. Plus, they don’t have to pay for external ML services, according to Agarwal. Another differentiator is that Oracle has automated the ML training process within MySQL HeatWave. This removes the need to hire ML experts, as no specific parameters need to be provided, just the source data and the task on which the ML is to train.

“This is something which is very important to database users, very important to MySQL users,” Agarwal said. “They don’t really want to hire data scientists or specialists for doing training.”

Automating ML training speeds up the process, which makes more frequent retraining possible and enables models to be kept up-to-date.

“And, as a result of the models being up to date, the accuracy of the prediction is high,” Agarwal added.

Customers can then run inference to obtain actionable insights from the models. And, in what Agarwal said is “the most sought-after request,” they can obtain explanations for any model generated or trained by MySQL HeatWave ML.

How does MySQL HeatWave ML beat the competition?

MySQL HeatWave’s impressive performance statistics were discussed by Agarwal and Siva in a previous CUBE Conversation. And when it comes to MySQL HeatWave’s ML performance, Oracle provides numbers that come with bragging rights. Citing a comparison between MySQL HeatWave and AWS Redshift ML, the aggregate performance of HeatWave ML on 12 data sets for classification and six data sets on regression was 25 times faster than Redshift ML at 1% of the cost, according to Agarwal.

Research conducted for Wikibon, SiliconANGLE Media’s sister market research firm, by analyst Marc Staimer put MySQL HeatWave ML up against the competition. Results showed that in the total cost of ownership/performance, MySQL HeatWave beat Amazon Redshift ML by 82x, Azure SynapseML by 85x and GCP BigQuery ML by 88x.

“There are many techniques that we have developed specifically for machine learning,” Agarwal stated. “[These] provide us the better performance, better price performance, and also better scalability.”

This performance comes not from the more powerful Graphics Processing Units, as most would assume, by the less-energy-intensive Central Processing Units. This is enabled by AMD’s EPYC processors that power the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

“What you see in the AMD architecture for EPYC for this use case is the balance and the fact that you are able to do the pre-processing, the AI, and then the post-processing all seamlessly together — that has a huge value,” Siva said.

With MySQL HeatWave ML, inference, explanation and training all use the CPU in the same OCI infrastructure. Using the same infrastructure results in better TCO, as well as better performance because “you’re bringing the data to the computation,” according to Siva.

“The in-database HeatWave ML puts Redshift ML and Snowflake on notice,” Ron Westfall, senior analyst and research director at Futurum, said in the CUBE Power Panel. “Are these solutions more like yesterday’s tech in terms of engineering, performance and cost? Because they’re slower and more expensive, chances are the answer is yes.”

Here’s the complete video interview, one of many CUBE Conversations from SiliconANGLE and theCUBE, and be sure to check out more of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of enterprise technology, digital transformation, and cultures of innovation:

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Killexams : SaaS-based Expense Management Market Projections and Regional Outlook, Segmentation along with Factors Contributing to Growth and Forecast 2030

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Oct 11, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) -- Quadintel's accurate global SaaS-based Expense Management market research report gives detailed facts with consideration to market size, cost revenue, trends, growth, capacity, and forecast till 2030. In addition, it includes an in-depth analysis of This market, including key factors impacting the market growth.

This study offers information for creating plans to increase the market’s growth and effectiveness and is a comprehensive quantitative survey of the market.

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For industry executives, marketing, sales, and product managers, consultants, analysts, and stakeholders searching for vital industry data in easily accessible documents with clearly presented tables and graphs, the research contains historical data from 2017 to 2020 and predictions through 2030.

The Global SaaS-based Expense Management Market size is expected to reach $6.6 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 11.2% CAGR during the forecast period.

The report provides a comprehensive analysis of segments in this market, covering all the major regions and countries. The major regions analyzed in the study are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. The report also includes additional information about other factors such as drivers, restraints and challenges faced by this market along with an overview for each mentioned segment in the study.

GlobalSaaS-based Expense Management MarketSize, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report By Component (Solution and Services), By Vertical, By Organization size (Large Enterprises and SMEs), By Type, By Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022 - 2028

Increased use of mobile devices & app-based services, as well as rising adoption of SaaS-based expense management solutions across industrial sectors, are factors influencing the SaaS-Based Expense Management market. Also, the growing trend of business outsourcing in the economy and the uptake of SaaS technology across a number of industry verticals have an impact on the market expansion.

The employee expenses are tracked using a SaaS-based expense management service, which also calculates the organization's reimbursement costs. Additionally, it puts into practice the rules & regulations in place to curb overspending. Additionally, it is affordable, eliminates errors, and offers analytics tools for a greater understanding of the financial health of the organization. SaaS-based expenditure management software also gives users and enterprises visibility into areas that require improvement, such as more effective expense management & enhanced business processes.

All businesses must keep tabs on their whole cost of operations, which includes managing spending. For repayment of out-of-pocket expenses, employees are required to submit expense reports. To help ensure that the business can deduct all necessary expenses, managers must approve such expenses for reimbursement, monitor how much is spent on T&E (travel and expense), and document everything for tax purposes.

The old approach of gathering spending information involved printing duplicates of the paper, including receipts, & forwarding reports to managers who either approved them or returned them to the individual for revision. With the advent of automated expense management software, the procedure has become quick & easy. The software shares the report for approval when the employee submits it. Following approval, the report-based reimbursement amount is automatically credited to the payroll. The software automatically transmits the report to a different approver if the manager is out of the office. The cost and time associated with managing these operations are decreased with the use of expense management software.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on enterprises all across the world. The lockdown imposed by many governments has positively impacted the growth of SaaS-based expenditure management systems. Due to an increase in the culture of working from home around the world, the market is anticipated to expand quickly following the pandemic. After COVID-19, businesses are focused on cutting-edge technology to undertake contactless operations across industries like BFSI, healthcare, IT & telecom, and AI (artificial intelligence), ML (machine learning), IoT (internet of things), and analytics.

Market Growth Factors

Increase In The Use Of Mobile Apps & Smartphones

SaaS is a new technology that enables businesses to access & store data online. Some of the important features of SaaS technology are flexibility, scalability, reliability, & agility. Also, SaaS somewhat lowers a company's IT infrastructure costs, which is the major element in the rising use of SaaS-based expense management solutions by businesses and the subsequent expansion of the market. Businesses are investing increasingly in mobile SaaS as well as app-based solutions as smartphones are becoming an essential part of people's lives that allow for simple access to information whenever & wherever.

Quick and economical

When it comes to processing expenses, the adage "time is money" could not have been more true. While expense management doesn't produce income, it is a necessary task for every company to perform in order to stay on track. Accurate, simple to use, as well as straightforward is how to describe cloud-based expense management software. The difficult job has already been completed on the backend. Users only need to enter the relevant data & numbers at this point. Cost control is ensured by using an automated cloud-based expense management system because there is very little potential for human error.

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Market Restraining Factors

Chances of fraud & non-compliance rising.

Employees are capable of forging expenses & receipts and submitting them to the finance department without detection. The corporation might be paying more than necessary as a result. However, users can be sure that expenses can be recorded in real-time as well as easily Checked with an effective expense management system, particularly automated ones. In order to properly monitor every step of the spending process, the companies also Strengthen transparency.

Component Outlook

Based on the component, the SaaS-based Expense Management market is segmented into solution & services. In 2021, the services segment acquired a substantial revenue share in the SaaS-based expense management market. Adoption of SaaS-based expense management services simplifies software implementation, increases the value of a current installation by optimizing it, and reduces deployment costs & risks, due to this, the demand for such services is increasing resulting in market growth.

Vertical Outlook

On the basis of vertical, the SaaS-based expense management market is categorized into telecom & IT, BFSI, manufacturing, retail & e-commerce, government & public sector, healthcare & life sciences, media & entertainment, energy & utilities, travel & tourism, and others. The healthcare segment procured a significant revenue share in the SaaS-based expense management market in 2021. Because of the better end-to-end security with regard to patient data, cost advantages, & greater connection benefits that it provides to users, SaaS-based expense management is becoming more and more popular in the healthcare sector.

Type Outlook

By type, the SaaS based expense management market is bifurcated into travel & expense management and telecom expense management. The travel & expense management segment led the SaaS-based expense management market with the highest revenue share in 2021. To organize financial processes and Strengthen an enterprise's overall operational efficiency, businesses are implementing SaaS-based travel and expense management solutions.

Organization size Outlook

Based on enterprise size, the SaaS based expense management market is divided into large enterprises & small & medium-scale enterprise. The small & medium enterprise segment acquired a significant revenue share in the SaaS based expense management in 2021. This is due to the growing adoption of cloud-based SaaS-based expense management in SMEs because of cheaper costs and easier maintenance. Additionally, it offers adaptability and scalability to Strengthen business operations, driving the growth of the SaaS-Based Expense Management market.

Regional Outlook

Region-wise, the SaaS-based Expense Management market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and LAMEA. In 2021, North America region led the solar charge controller market. Due to the increased adoption of SaaS-based expense management in the banking and finance, manufacturing, & healthcare industries to enhance operations and customer experiences, this region is expecting high demand for SaaS based expense management.

The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Oracle Corporation, IBM Corporation, SAP SE, Apptricity Corporation, Insperity, Inc., SutiSoft Inc., Emburse, Inc. (Certify), Infor, Inc. (Koch Industries), and Zoho Corporation Pvt. ltd.

Strategies Deployed in SaaS-based Expense Management Market

Jun-2022: Oracle launched Oracle Food and Beverage Payment Cloud Service, a new payment processing service, which would enable restaurants to avoid excessive costs. This service would allow restaurants in the United States to accept contactless payment options, including debit/credit cards & Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay, without hidden fees & unpredictable costs.

Apr-2022: IBM partnered with Skyscend, a 'cloud-native' set of technology solutions. This partnership aimed to enable Skyscend to combine IBM's cutting-edge technologies with the company's Pay B2B SaaS fintech platform to service the worldwide marketplace. The secure & patent pending SaaS solution would integrate into any ERP or Spend Management solution.

Jan-2022: SAP SE came into partnership with Icertis, a software company providing contract management software to enterprise businesses using a software-as-a-service model. Through this partnership, the companies focused on enhanced contract management to help companies raise efficiency, minimize risk & realize the full intent of their agreements. The partnership included a financial investment from SAP in Icertis, which would lead to a joint product road map & deeper technological integration to deliver enterprise-wide value, including faster negotiations, greater compliance & AI-powered business insights, and automation.

Oct-2021: SAP SE teamed up with Qualtrics, an American experience management company. Under this collaboration, the companies introduced Concur Experience Optimizer, the latest solution that would enable companies to enhance employee experiences & confidently adapt travel & expense programs for the future of work.

Sep-2021: SAP SE entered into a partnership with Amazon Business, an American multinational technology company that focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and AI. The partnership aimed to allow employees to tap into hundreds of millions of items on Amazon Business directly from within SAP Ariba solutions & assist with compliance with corporate purchasing policies. With this partnership & technology integration, Amazon Business becomes a source of supply for Spot Buy, a capability within SAP Ariba solutions for users to buy items from trusted suppliers. This new integration would utilize a real-time search API so users of guided purchasing can search for items & receive results from Amazon Business, along with other online stores, e-commerce providers & direct sellers, directly within the SAP Ariba solution.

Sep-2021: Oracle introduced Oracle Payroll Core, a new payroll solution and part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM). Through this launch, the company aimed to help organizations, starting with Intergovernmental & Nongovernmental organizations (IGOs and NGOs), navigate complex pay rules & policies to efficiently pay any employee, anywhere, in any currency. Oracle Payroll Core is a flexible payroll management solution that allows organizations to easily configure payroll to meet local as well as international pay rules in a single system. It enables organizations to meet exceptional business requirements not addressed with traditional payroll solutions.

Jul-2019: Certify took over Emburse, a startup that provides virtual & physical commercial cards. Under the acquisition, the Emburse would join Certify/Chrome River?s present portfolio of spend management solutions from Abacus, Nexonia, Tallie, and Captio. Emburse would first be integrated into the Abacus expense management platform. In addition, adding Emburse to Abacus would allow the next major step in real-time expense reporting innovation via providing policy insight in advance of the purchase.

Mar-2019: Oracle released Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud & Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Cloud. This launch is aimed at expanding the company's artificial intelligence capabilities. The new machine learning-based innovations include an expense reporting assistant, project management digital assistant, advanced financial controls & project-driven supply chain management.

Sep-2018: Certify acquired Captio, a leading expense provider in Europe. The acquisition aimed to enable Certify to offer its expense management products for large, midsize, and SMB customers throughout Europe & specifically in Spain, Portugal, France, and Italy, where Captio has a strong consumer base and a growing presence.

Aug-2018: Zoho partnered with Uber, American mobility as a service provider. Under the partnership, Zoho would automatically import Uber for Business trip receipts into Zoho Expense, its expense reporting & tracking software. With the direct integration between the Uber & Zoho apps, business travelers are no longer required to manually forward Uber receipts to Zoho Expense. Instead, Uber users worldwide would be able to select Zoho Expense from the Uber app, and their receipts would be automatically added to Zoho Expense reports to streamline tracking & reimbursement.

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Market Segments covered in the Report:

By Component

Solution
Services
By Vertical
Telecom & IT
BFSI
Manufacturing
Retail & Ecommerce
Government & Public Sector
Healthcare & Life Sciences
Media & Entertainment
Energy & Utilities
Travel & Tourism
Others
By Organization size
Large Enterprises
SMEs
By Type
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Telecom Expense management
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Mexico

Rest of North America
Europe
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UK

France

Russia

Spain

Italy

Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific
China

Japan

India

South Korea

Singapore

Malaysia

Rest of Asia Pacific
LAMEA
Brazil

Argentina

UAE

Saudi Arabia

South Africa

Nigeria

Rest of LAMEA

Companies Profiled
Oracle Corporation
IBM Corporation
SAP SE
Apptricity Corporation
Insperity, Inc.
SutiSoft Inc.
Emburse, Inc. (Certify)
Infor, Inc. (Koch Industries)
Zoho Corporation Pvt. ltd.

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Killexams : Imperva Meets Enterprise and Public Sector Data Security Needs for Critical and Sensitive Workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

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SAN MATEO, Calif., (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Imperva, Inc., (@Imperva) a cybersecurity leader whose mission is to protect data and all paths to it, announces that Imperva is extending its award-winning, hybrid data security platform to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to help customers simplify migration, and automate compliance monitoring of cloud data instances. Imperva Data Security Fabric (DSF) has achieved Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise status and is now available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace, offering added value to Oracle Cloud customers.

Imperva DSF provides unified data-centric security controls across the entire data estate offering scalability and simpler infrastructure. Through a single interface, Imperva Data Security Fabric helps discover and protect sensitive data types, including structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data, as enterprise customers migrate from globally dispersed data centers to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In addition, Imperva DSF supports several Oracle Database versions including Oracle Database 19c, and Oracle Database 21c, as well as Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) and Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW). Imperva is also a member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

“The cloud represents a huge opportunity for our partner community," said David Hicks, group vice president, Worldwide ISV Cloud Business Development, Oracle. "Imperva’s commitment to innovation with Oracle Cloud along with knowledgeable execution can help our mutual customers deploy cloud-enabled cybersecurity solutions optimized to meet critical business needs.”

“Improving the customer experience is a top business priority driving digital transformation. With customers becoming more attuned to the value of their data and the risks present as a result, organizations need to consider security and data protection as part of this transformation,” said Jennifer Glenn, Research Director for the IDC Security and Trust Group. “For Oracle customers considering moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Imperva Data Security Fabric can provide visibility and automation across each environment, helping protect critical data at each stage of the migration.”

“Imperva and Oracle have collaborated for years, helping mutual customers monitor and secure their sensitive data,” says Dan Neault, SVP and GM, Data Security, Imperva. “We are excited to share that we have extended our platform to customers migrating their data to OCI with Imperva Data Security Fabric, now available in the Oracle Cloud marketplace.”

Security complexity has hindered cloud agility

The cloud has revolutionized IT, offering organizations a strategic accelerator to rapidly pursue new market initiatives and adapt their operations in the face of new business challenges and opportunities. However, uncertainty about how best to overcome security risks and ensure regulatory compliance has slowed cloud adoption historically.

Significant differences between on-premises and cloud database environments have led organizations to try extending traditional database security tools to their cloud environments. Often they encounter unavoidable limitations, from the technical impossibility of installing agents on database as a service (DBaaS) deployments, to the practical limitations of directing all cloud database traffic through a proxy service. This has resulted in organizations using a patchwork of individual tools. This approach raises the likelihood of human error, unnecessarily increasing the risk of a breach or compliance failure.

Automation for many data security and regulatory compliance tasks reduces, and in some cases, may eliminate the burden placed on data security teams to manually keep compliance updates, records, and audit trails. Imperva DSF can help save time and reduce the cost of securing data by unifying security tasks including data activity monitoring, sensitive data discovery, classification, compliance, risk analytics, and threat detection.

Powered by Oracle Cloud, Imperva DSF provides information security leaders with an approach for enabling security, compliance and governance outcomes. Security teams can benefit by simplifying the protection of the organization’s diverse data ecosystem, with single-pane-of-glass administration, integration with other IT security investments, and broad database coverage.

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Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise recognizes OPN members with solutions that run on Oracle Cloud. For partners earning the Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise, this achievement offers customers confidence that the partner's application is supported by the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure SLA, enabling full access and control over their cloud infrastructure services as well as consistent performance.

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About Imperva

Imperva is the comprehensive digital security leader on a mission to help organizations protect their data and all paths to it. Only Imperva protects all digital experiences, from business logic to APIs, microservices, and the data layer, and from vulnerable, legacy environments to cloud-first organizations. Customers around the world trust Imperva to protect their applications, data, and websites from cyber attacks. With an integrated approach combining edge, application security, and data security, Imperva protects companies ranging from cloud-native start-ups to global multi-nationals with hybrid infrastructure. Imperva Threat Research and our global intelligence community keep Imperva ahead of the threat landscape and seamlessly integrate the latest security, privacy, and compliance expertise into our solutions.

About Oracle PartnerNetwork

Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle’s partner program designed to enable partners to accelerate the transition to cloud and drive superior customer business outcomes. The OPN program allows partners to engage with Oracle through track(s) aligned to how they go to market: Cloud Build for partners that provide products or services built on or integrated with Oracle Cloud; Cloud Sell for partners that resell Oracle Cloud technology; Cloud Service for partners that implement, deploy and manage Oracle Cloud Services; and License & Hardware for partners that build, service or sell Oracle software licenses or hardware products. Customers can expedite their business objectives with OPN partners who have achieved Expertise in a product family or cloud service. To learn more visit: http://www.oracle.com/partnernetwork.

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Killexams : Oracle verifies Java licensing tools from Flexera and Lime Software © Provided by The Register

While one vendor says they help prepare for audit, expert warns they don't defend compliance

Oracle has begun to verify software tools from third-party vendors designed to monitor the licensing of Java products in enterprise environments, prompting a warning from one expert.…

In March, the omnipresent software giant began to include Java tools in its software licensing audits, often feared by users who can get caught out by the small print if not the spirit of the contract.

Big Red first introduced two new licensing models for its commercial Java platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), in April 2019 when it began charging license fees for previously free Java. This requires users to purchase an annual subscription for commercial Java SE products in order to receive patches and updates.

By September 2021, when Oracle released Java 17, it began to offer a no-fee license with free quarterly updates for three years – but only for that iteration, not earlier releases such as Java 7, 8 and 11.

Oracle has now Checked vendors who offer product tools to help monitor licensing and usage data of Oracle database, Fusion middleware, and Java. The two approved vendors are Flexera and Lime Software.

Oracle has an approved set of licensing tools for its broader set of application and infrastructure software, and experts have warned that, while they can be useful, they do not secure the user organization a cast-iron license position in defense of an aggressive audit. In fact, Oracle is free to use the data from the tools to inform its case in the audit.

In March, Garrick Brivkalns, program manager for Oracle Global Licensing and Advisory Services, told a webinar that Oracle only Checked raw usage data on these tools. It was "not working to verify any other aspects that the tool might possess such as entitlements tracking, matching entitlements, the usage, and compliance position determinations," he said.

Craig Guarente, founder and CEO of Oracle licensing advisory firm Palisade Compliance, told The Register this week that the new Java audit tools should come with a similar health warning.

"None of these tools can provide you a compliance position," he said. "These Checked tools, whether they are for Java or other products, just mean that Oracle verifies that the tools bring in all the information Oracle would need to conduct an audit. For example, if the tools say you are using 100 licenses, that does not mean that Oracle will agree you are using 100 licenses. It just means that Oracle will be able to take the raw data and do their own analysis and come up with their number."

Although the tools could make it easier for Oracle to audit a user, they were useful at least in the sense they provided a data point. "That's better than nothing," Guarente said.

Palisade has a Java licensing tool which would never be Checked by Oracle because "that is not in the best interests of our clients," Guarente said

However, Lime Software argued that since 2010, Oracle had accepted the data collected by various tool vendors.

"Tool [verified] vendors should bring back the same data Oracle would," director Alex Andrew told The Register. "When we build our products, we break down each licensed component, build test scenarios for usage of each product, and demonstrate that across all platforms and versions we were collecting the right data."

He said the tools were safer to use than Oracle scripts themselves because they are not supported by Oracle for production environments. "I'm not saying that I have ever seen a case where the scripts failed or caused production issues. It's just one of those things that makes the management team nervous," he said.

Use of Checked licensing tools was "a great way to defend against an Oracle audit," Andrew said.

"Forewarned is forearmed, especially in the case of Oracle Java. There has been a lot of misleading advice about Java licensing given it is a fairly new and extensively wide-scale problem hitting C Level procurement and software asset management teams."

But there are exceptions where versions and environments do not need licensing, Andrew said. The Lime Software was designed to reveal that information, but it should be used in isolation, he said.

A more complete approach to compliance involves tools, people, and processes to get most out of their agreements without becoming non-compliant. "The tools should be identifying the risks, the consultants should be managing those risks, the processes should mean that the risks don't recur," he said. ®

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