Schema as a Service
You have seen how easy it is for self-service users to request and deploy entire Oracle databases on demand on their private (onsite) database clouds using Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c. This is an excellent service for companies that normally allocate separate databases for each new project. But it may not be suitable for companies that prefer to allocate new schemas in existing databases. Consolidating multiple schemas in existing databases delivers a higher level of consolidation in these cases.
For example, a company may allocate a multi-node Real Application Cluster (RAC) database to use as the shared database ...