It only takes a single mistake for the “bad guys” to be able to exploit a misconfiguration and exfiltrate your data. Thanks to the Center for Internet Security, Oracle Database users can avoid such scenarios by following the best practices defined by CIS. With the high rate of change in DevOps-oriented development teams and the profilferation of data across on-premise and cloud environments, database administrators now have an easy way to comply with these standards right within Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Get started using OEM 13c on OCI using the Oracle Enterprise Manager app in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The Cloud Marketplace image of EM13c now is based on the 13.3PG Bundle Patch release and installs on an Oracle Database 19.3c.
- The Enterprise Manager version deployed by the app is the 13.3PG Release with the latest Aug 2019 Bundle Patch for the OMS & Agent Platform.
- The Database version deployed by the app for the OMR is Oracle Database 19.3c.
- The Linux host leverages the latest OCI Linux image: OEL 7.7 – which includes a variety of security fixes.
- The included WebLogic for Oracle Enterprise Manager has been updated with the latest security patches.
- We’ve updated the Java Development Kit (JDK) to the latest JDK certified for Oracle Enterprise Manager (JDK build 1.7.0_231).
- We’ve included the latest Oracle Enterprise Manager Diagnostic Kit, which is EMDIAG Version 19.08.01.
Already for a couple of months you find an image of EM13.3 in the OCI Marketplace, that enables the installation of EM13c in the Oracle Cloud to monitor and manage targets within the Cloud or on-premise.
The following post, written by Dan Koloski, explains the networking setup you need to do in order to be able to manage on-premise targets
Most companies manage IT resources in their data centers. Additionally, most companies are beginning to leverage the benefits of the cloud. Both, at the same time, which leads to new challenges. If you are experiencing any of the following, read on and learn how Oracle is making it easier to monitor and manage traditional as well as next generation IT environments.
In this blog post Moe Fardoost describes how both Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) and Oracle Managed Cloud (OMC) can be compared with one another and gives us his view on running them together and each of them separately.
As customers roll out multi-cloud application environments, they will need to monitor and manage those applications across those multiple clouds. Oracle customers who use Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) and/or Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) can take advantage of the appropriate capabilities offered by these solutions to work across their entire estate, regardless of which deployment model they leverage.
Please checkout this Blog post on Enterprise Manager 13.3 updated Plugins
“With this new update of Oracle Enterprise Manager, we have introduced support for Oracle Autonomous Database in Oracle Cloud and other capabilities to enable our customers to monitor and manage their hybrid environments using the same tool they’ve been familiar with for years.” — Wim Coekaerts, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Oracle
The Oracle Public Cloud allows users to create an Autonomous Database to store application-data.
When connected to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console you have an insight view on the database details, the ability to scale up/down, stop and start the database and to activate the Service Console.