Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a comprehensive monitoring and management solution for Oracle Database and Engineered Systems deployed in cloud and customer data centers. Customers can run Enterprise Manager on-premises and in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
In this interview with Wim Coekaerts, SVP, Oracle, theCUBE explores questions on why Oracle supports a broad array of deployment architectures for cloud and on-premises, and the importance of end-to-end observability and management.
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Monitor and manage an entire Oracle Database estate from a top-level view across cloud and on-premises. Integrated and automated deep dive analytics help DBAs quickly find performance problems, fix them, and validate the fixes before promoting them to production.
A rich set of features supports database consolidation, enforces standardization, and automates time-consuming tasks. Enterprise Manager provides complete Ops automation including provisioning new clusters, patching, and upgrading databases as well as configuration and compliance management—all essential for organizations embracing automation.
Meet Exadata management challenges with easy access to all Exadata components. Monitor all databases, clusters, and hardware components in a single view. Use alerting, monitoring, and configuration management to stay current on status. Optimize for consolidation without overprovisioning.
With deep monitoring for Oracle Database, including Oracle Autonomous Database, Exadata, Middleware, packaged applications, get complete visibility into your stack running on-premises or on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Oracle’s middleware management capabilities ease administrators’ lives by providing a full-lifecycle solution encompassing configuration and compliance management, patching, provisioning, and performance management, as well as administration and auditing.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control provides complete application performance management (APM) for custom applications and Oracle Applications, including E-Business Suite, Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Fusion Applications.
Enterprise Manager is designed to support a breadth of enhanced visualization capabilities, from customizing out-of-the-box dashboards to using the Enterprise Manager App for Grafana. Further extend Enterprise Manager capabilities with REST APIs to interoperate with third-party tools.
Enterprise Manager is used to monitor and manage highly available database, middleware, and application technology requiring a resilient platform. Features include rapid platform update for patching and updates, proactive health monitoring and diagnostics, and flexible high availability deployment options.
Comcast uses Oracle Enterprise Manager database lifecycle management for deep performance visibility into their database fleet and to automate provisioning, maximize utilization, and provide a self-service database provisioning portal.
Automation with integrated diagnostics, tuning, and validation speeds troubleshooting and corrective action.
Database operations fleet-wide automation reduces manual effort, eliminates human errors, and helps stay current on patches.
Proactively manage alert templates, automatically send notifications, and enable team collaboration to rapidly troubleshoot issues impacting customer IT operations
One of the highest costs of deploying IT resources in the cloud or on-premises is day-to-day operations. Oracle’s new edition of Enterprise Manager includes features such as Dynamic Workbooks, Smart Event Compression, and Automatic Workload Analysis that automate many previously manual tasks. These features can significantly reduce IT operational cost and complexity by enabling consistent automation practices across a mix of IT deployment architectures.
David Floyer CTO and Co-Founder, Wikibon
Oracle Enterprise Manager is analogous to the smart home—in fact the latest release is effectively a smart Oracle Database hub. This is another example of Oracle’s focused drive on automation by automating Oracle Database operations and reducing operational costs by up to 60%. Oracle has put all the expertise into Enterprise Manager instead of the administrator—transforming anyone who uses it into an expert.
Marc Staimer President of DS Consulting and Wikibon analyst
Release Updates (RUs) are the agile way to roll out new EM features and bug fixes quickly to customers, so they don't have to wait for a major release. RUs are versioned with a trailing digit indicating the RU version.