In our environment all machines are linked to an LDAP server for authentication (AD in this case). You need to logon to machines with your personal credentials and use sudo to logon to a system account. This is a common practice and easily implemented in EM Cloud Control through ‘named credentials’. In my case I have several system accounts I need to be able to ‘sudo’ to, to perform actions like patching. So for (more...)
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Oracle 12c Les nouvelles fonctionnalités• Optimiser vos consolidations de données avec Oracle Multitenant
• Maximiser la disponibilité de vos bases de données
• Automatiser la gestion du cycle de vie de vos informations
Database Innovation : l'innovation au service de vos données• Big Data : comment gérer la croissance de l'information ?
• Database Security : protéger vos information vitales
• Database as (more...)
We are currently using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control version 184.108.40.206 to monitor all our database and Fusion Middleware targets. The Oracle Service Bus environments always show one target being in pending state. I can remove this target, but it would reappear after (automatic) refresh of the Weblogic domain.
Investigating this further, reveals that something is wrong in the discovery of the OSB targets.
The target ‘osb_server2_osb’ is visible twice in the navigation (more...)
Pour ceux qui veulent faire un focus sur la mise en place d'infrastructure IaaS et DBaaS avec Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, voici une lecture qui devrait les intéresser : Managing IaaS and DBaaS Clouds with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
- 15 mars : Middleware Management
- 2 avril : Database as a Service
Encore une fois, la réponse vient avec Oracle Enterprise Manager : Usage Tracking Reports
Découvrez cette solution en suivant le webcast du 3 décembre : Database Cloning in Minutes using Enterprise Manager 12c Database as a (more...)
Having an OEM12c install, the integration with BI Publisher with OEM12c is pretty straightforward. The install guide (more...)
Enterprise Manager 12c is a product that is being deployed a lot lately, a vast improvement over previews version. For most DBA’s it is a tool they use regularly on a daily basis so performance is key. Fortunately oracle provides us with some documentation on how to size the repository database and heap size of the Oracle Management Service. An excellent white paper on EM12c sizing can be found here on OTN:
Interestingly enough it states that Oracle considers installation with +1000 targets as a medium sized em12c environment. That limit of +1000 targets is reached (more...)
Original Post can be viewed at Upgrade Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168
Oracle released 22.214.171.124 Enterprise Manager few days back and have released it for most of platforms. You can directly upgrade Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 1 (126.96.36.199) [with or without Bundle Patch 1] to 188.8.131.52 There are no pre patches required for this. But this upgrade requires considerable downtime. Oracle has termed this upgrade [...]