E-Business Suite Plug-in 12.1.0.4 for Enterprise Manager 12c Now Available

Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in 12.1.0.4 is now available for use with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.  Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in 12.1.0.4 is part of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12 Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite.

This latest plug-in extends EM 12c Cloud Control with E-Business Suite specific system management capabilities and features enhanced change management support.

The Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite includes:

  • Functionality that was available in the previously-standalone Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite and Application Change Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Oracle Real User Experience Insight
  • Oracle Configuration & Compliance capabilities

Please checkout this blog post written by Steven Chan-EBS Development-Oracle

 

VCS plugin for EM12c

Just had some busy weeks, almost forgot to share this document with you guys, written by my good friend Scott Wardrop.

The VCS Cluster Mintoring Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c provides centralised visibility of Symantec VCS Cluster environments, giving administrators a singe view on component availability and performance at both a cluster and estate level.

Montoring and alerting of VCS components is enabled out-of-the-box

Please find the complete overview here VCSPluginOverview

If any questions please feel free to drop an email at info@aidev.uk 

Using JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) to help tune production JVMs

Just crossed this interesting post on Oracle’s blog on Enterprise Manager. When you are in to optimizing your JVMs you might want to take a look at it….

Tuning a production JVM involves more than merely adding more RAM to it via the -Xmx parameter. It depends upon an understanding of how your application truly behaves in a production environment. Most JVM tuning is done by developers with a simulated load in their Development or QA environment. This is unlikely to be truly representative of the production load running on production hardware with regards to proper JVM tuning.

Using JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) to help tune production JVMs