Oracle Enterprise Manager: 7 Robust Features to Put in Action
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) brings your Oracle deployments together in a single management, monitoring, and automation dashboard. Oracle developed it, so OEM has deep integration with many of its technologies. This solution supports monitoring and managing on-premises and cloud-based Oracle databases, as well as non-Oracle databases. OEM is a cost-effective and centralized tool to manage IT environments with a mix of database platforms.
The single point of control is appealing for complex enterprise infrastructures, especially when they’re heavily invested in Oracle technologies. Out-of-the-box monitoring and reporting templates cover many common use cases and simplify the configuration of management automation for databases, applications, and more. This presentation takes on a brief history of OEM and then does a deep dive into seven robust features organizations should consider implementing.
In this presentation, we covered:
- Oracle Enterprise Manager Overview
- History of OEM
- Who Uses OEM?
- Why Do Organizations Choose OEM?
- Seven Highlights of OEM Cloud Control 13c, including:
- Intelligent Incident Compression
- Chef Job Support
- Always-ON Monitoring
- Notification Blackouts
- System Broadcast
- Export & Import Incident Rule Sets
- Metric Enhancements
About the Presenter
Zane Warton is the Director and Global Practice Lead for Datavail’s Oracle Practice. He brings 20+ years of experience in IT and specializes in Oracle database administration from version 7.3.4 to 19c, and recently has added experience in AWS and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. He brings value to Datavail’s customers with his expert ability to troubleshoot database issues and solution them. Zane has obtained a Master of Science degree in Information Systems, after his Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology which had taught him that outside was hot, contained too many snakes, and that a life in IT might be more pleasant.
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