Oracle provides visibility and machine learning-driven actionable insights to ease management across all layers of the stack deployed on any technology, anywhere. A top priority today is increasing automation to drive scale and predictable results. Oracle’s integrated functionality and automation for DevOps monitoring and IT operations management makes it 50% easier1 to prevent and solve IT problems. Start today and improve IT efficiency, identify code level performance issues 10 times faster2, and reduce IT complexity.
Customers’ IT environments are evolving rapidly but observability and management solutions are not keeping up. Read why Oracle’s Observability and Management solution is different.
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Companies are managing multicloud and on-premises environments with Oracle Observability and Management. As a complete, integrated, standards-based platform, it can provide end-to-end, ML-driven, actionable insights. This provides a better way to manage customers’ IT technology stacks wherever deployed—on-premises or any cloud.Omdia report: Explore how Oracle is simplifying hybrid and multi-cloud management (PDF)
Reducing IT complexity means reducing the multiplicity of monitoring and management tools in the enterprise. Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform offers both integrated functionality and is extensible, so enterprises can easily integrate existing tools with the Oracle solution. Oracle embraces interoperability and open standards including the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) CloudEvents, and OpenTracing, as well as open source Fluentd to help unify data collection and consumption.ESG blog discusses the importance of openness (PDF)
Developers and IT teams get in-depth ML-based insights, full-stack analytics, forecasting, and more for Oracle and other deployed technologies through the suite of Oracle Observability and Management services, including visibility into microservices, Kubernetes, Java, and .NET running on AWS, Azure, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.Constellation Research blog discusses Oracle Observability and DevOps best practices (PDF)
Oracle database administrators (DBAs) can now get the best of Oracle Enterprise Manager as an OCI-native cloud service for monitoring and managing all Oracle Database Editions deployed on OCI and on-premises.Announcing Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Management
Application Performance Monitoring provides observability capabilities for end-to-end visibility and diagnosis across the entire IT environment. It’s a centerpiece of Oracle’s integrated observability and management solution. Using distributed transaction tracing, it connects user experiences with underlying technology to automate problem identification and diagnosis with a business-centric approach.
Oracle delivers key features of Oracle Enterprise Manager and more in this cloud service to enable DBAs to use the features they know and love without software deployment overhead.
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Logging enables easy ingest of log data and analysis to diagnose issues.
Logging Analytics is a machine learning-based cloud solution that monitors, aggregates, indexes, and analyzes all log data from customers’ on-premises and multicloud environments. It enables users to search, explore, and correlate this data to troubleshoot problems faster, derive operational insights, and make better decisions.
Monitoring enables users to gain insights on cloud infrastructure and workloads with out-of-the-box metrics for health and performance. Users can configure alarms with thresholds to detect and respond to infrastructure and application anomalies.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Notifications is a highly available, low-latency publish/subscribe (pub/sub) service that sends alerts and messages to Oracle Functions, email, and message delivery partners, including Slack and PagerDuty.
Operations Insights empowers IT operations staff to optimize for performance by quickly analyzing performance patterns over time. Performance issues due to seasonal demand as well as slowly degrading performance issues can be avoided using long-term resource and capacity usage analysis for both on-premises and cloud systems.
Terraform-based cloud infrastructure automation
With Resource Manager, IT staff can easily and reliably deploy and manage Oracle Cloud resources using this infrastructure-as-code service. They can use an unmodified, open source codebase that simplifies migrations from and to other environments.
Service Connector Hub is a free, managed service that moves data between Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. Unlike competing cloud offerings, Service Connector Hub provides a central place for describing, executing, and monitoring data movements between services such as Logging, Object Storage, Streaming, and Monitoring. It can also trigger Functions for lightweight data processing and Notifications for alerting.
Enterprise Manager provides comprehensive monitoring and management for Oracle Applications, Middleware, Database, and Engineered Systems deployed in hybrid clouds. With features to help automate operations, users can harden databases for improved security and eliminate manual effort. Built on an extensible platform, Enterprise Manager enables users to manage mission-critical operations at hyperscale.
• Hybrid cloud management: Monitor, manage, and move data across the entire IT estate—on-premises and in the cloud
• Operations automation: Automate and modernize key management tasks
• Extensibility: Supports open standards to allow interoperability with third-party ecosystems
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure governance provides a comprehensive array of services to help customers optimize costs, maximize utilization, and ensure adherence with corporate standards and legislative compliance for assets deployed in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Daniela Hansell | Senior Manager, Enterprise and Cloud Manageability
We're excited to announce our third release update for Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.5. Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5 Update 3 (184.108.40.206), RU3 for short, is now available for download from My Oracle Support > Patches and Updates.
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