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Have you seen what DMA 10.30 can do? Check out the Release Notes!

HP Database and Middleware Automation Express Release Notes


Software version: 10.30/May 2015

This document provides an overview of HP Database and Middleware Automation Express (HP DMA) for the 10.30 release. Because this is the first iteration of DMA Express, there are no Fixed Issues or Enhancement Requests included in these Release Notes.


This document contains the following important information not included in the manuals.

In This Version Release Highlights Requirements Supported Browsers for HP DMA Express Supported HP DMA Express Target Platforms HP DMA Express Content Packs Support Documentation Updates Legal Notices Trademark Acknowledgements


HP Database and Middleware Automation Express version 10.30 Release Notes 1


In This Version


This is the first release of HP DMA Express, which enables you to run HP DMA flows in HP Operations Orchestration (HP OO). DMA Express extends HP OO capabilities, automating administrative and maintenance tasks without requiring installation of either the HP SA infrastructure, or the HP DMA Server, both of which are required in a traditional DMA environment.


Release Highlights


HP DMA Express Edition enables new product capabilities and reflects a paradigm shift: simplifying enablement of self-service cloud environments: improving time-to-value, reducing total cost of ownership, targeting common end-user database and middleware use cases. DMA Express is a significant step forward in improving seamless integration between HP Operations Orchestrations (HP OO) and HP Cloud Service Automation (HP CSA) software.

Important highlights include:


  • Selected DMA Express use cases run as native HP OO content, negating the need to install either an HP Server Automation (HP SA) or an HP DMA infrastructure. Simply install an HP OO infrastructure or HP CSA, and import the new DMA Express Edition Content Packs into HP OO. o Content seamlessly integrates with other HP OO flows to more quickly enable end-to-end processes and master flows.

o There is no overlap between the DMA Express Database Content Pack and the HP OO Database Content Pack functionality.


  • Enables HP CSA in conjunction with HP OO to seamlessly provide a database- and platform- as-a-service (DBaaS and PaaS) capability to end users, without requiring end-user expertise with database or middleware technologies. o Out-of-the-box CSA Service Designs for database and application server use cases simplify implementation of self-service cloud capabilities to end-users.


  • Support for specific and common use cases in standalone-only environments for the following database and application server platforms: o Oracle. For example, § Provision database software
  • Provision a database
  • Deploy database code updates
  • Start or Stop a database
  • DROP a database


o SQL Server


o WebSphere

o WebLogic

o JBoss


This content is intended to augment traditional DMA practitioner estate lifecycle management

capabilities to quickly get a self-service environment up and running.

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