Change is difficult for technical folks. Our world is always moving at blinding speed, so if you start changing things that we don’t think need to be changed, even if you improve upon them, we’re not always appreciative.
With the addition of the Configuration Management from OpsCenter to Enterprise Manager 13c, there are some additional features to ease the management of changes and drift in Enterprise Manager, but I’m going to take these posts in baby steps, as the feature can be a little daunting.
There are two ways to compare one database to another in the AWR Warehouse.
The OMS Patcher is a newer patching mechanism for the OMS specifically, (I know, the name kind of gave it away…) Although there are a number of similarities to Oracle’s infamous OPatch, I’ve been spending a lot of time on OTN’s support forums and via email, assisting folks as they apply the first system patch to 22.214.171.124.0.
Monitoring templates are an essential feature to a basic Enterprise Manager environment, ensuring consistent monitoring across groups and target types. There’s an incredibly vast group of experts in the EM community and to demonstrate this, Brian Williams from Blue Medora, a valuable partner of Oracle’s in the Enter
Licensing can be a confusing topic for many, but additional stress can be felt for those that use tools that cover multiple products and features that can span more than one management pack.
Someone pinged me earlier today and said, “Do I even really need to know about logs in Enterprise Manager? I mean, it’s a GUI, (graphical user interface) so the logs should be unnecessary to the administrator.”
The change in EM13c, is that it support multiple proxies, but you may still not know how to set up a proxy and then use it with your MOS credentials and then assign out your CSI’s to targets.
How much do you know about the big push to BI Publisher reports from Information Publisher reporting in Enterprise Manager 13c? Be honest now, Pete Sharman is watching….
It’s that time of year again and the massive undertaking of the Collaborate conference is upon us. This yearly conference, a collaboration between Quest, Oracle Applications User Group, (OAUG) and Independent Oracle User Group, (IOUG) is one of the largest conferences in the world for those that specialize in all areas of the Oracle database.