Whether you have a number of Oracle WebLogic servers, or specific set critical to your business, it’s difficult, risky and labor intensive to monitor them using scripts – especially when you have more than a single WebLogic Server Domain. In this blog we are going to show you how you can discover, centralize and monitoring your WebLogic servers using Oracle Enterprise Manager, a tool most Oracle customers already have onsite.
Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) repository has a wealth of operational data that it collects about configuration and metrics. By using Grafana, you can tap into that data to get Rich Analytics and Visualisations for Reporting.
What happens when risk is not properly managed? In many cases, outages and security breaches result from a variety and combination of factors. Vulnerabilities may stem from ineffective, decentralized and siloed monitoring. As a consequence, the inability to correlate different monitoring data and gain insight from data can have a negative impact on systems and leave them open to unmitigated risk.
This blog addresses how the Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) used commonly by Oracle DBAs can easily be configured to share the information it collects with Slack and Microsoft Teams to send events, and incidents or alerts to other third-party products often used by DevOps, Systems Administrators, or Operations.
Oracle Enterprise Manager provides capabilities that lead to quick response times, improved computing processes and satisfied customers. Fixing, accelerating and optimizing your environment enables performance and availability.
The Enterprise Manager 13.5 release provides many new features in the areas of Hybrid Cloud Management, Ops Automation and Extensibility. Along with these main pillars, Enterprise Manager 13.5 is shipped with WebLogic 220.127.116.11 stack, JDK 8 update 261. The repository database version certified with Enterprise Manager 13.5 is 19c in line with Oracle’s Oracle Database support policy.
Oracle has rebranded BI Publisher as Oracle Analytics Server so BI Publisher is no longer installed or configured beginning with Enterprise Manager 13.5. Starting with 13.5, a standalone rebranded, Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) will support out-of-the-box and custom reports from legacy BI Publisher. It makes Enterprise Manager lightweight and enables you to use all the rich features of OAS with the Restricted Use License for Enterprise Manager Repository views. We provide guided support to configure your Enterprise Manager installation with OAS and migrate your custom reports from BI Publisher to OAS.
So, last week April 23rd I told you about the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5. This release has been in the making for over a year and represents major breakthroughs in monitoring and management automation for Oracle environments. Read on to learn what we are doing to help you manage migrations with confidence, lower complexity and risk in managing large hybrid cloud deployments of Oracle technologies and finally, how we do all this by offering extensibility, increased industry compliance standards support, and platform resiliency.
Get more details on this new release and read the blog post written by Mughees Minhas Product management vice president – enterprise and cloud manageability.
Join Edward Screven, Oracle’s Chief Corporate Architect, and Mughees Minhas, Oracle’s Vice President of Product Management, to learn about the new capabilities in Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5. Our Oracle technical experts will be on stand by for an engaging Q&A segment following the presentation
Topics of discussion for this webcast will include:
• Hybrid Cloud Management: Fleet monitoring, management and data movement across the entire IT estate – on-premises and in the cloud including Exadata Cloud@Customer, Exadata Cloud Service, Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer, Autonomous Database, and Oracle Databases deployed elsewhere
• Ops Automation: Enhanced automation and modernization with smart performance analytics, dynamic runbooks, database provisioning, patching, security, and compliance
• Extensibility: Open standards-based extensions for interoperability with 3rd-party ecosystems with REST APIs, custom dashboards, and mobile app
As Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (OEM) is the monitoring and management tool for on-premise data-center components for many years already, this scope has been extended with workloads that run in the private and public cloud as well. OEM now supports IT departments to transparently manage the road to the cloud, by means of the Database Migration Workbench that simplifies the migration of on-premises databases to an Autonomous Databases.