Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Administration Cookbook

Over 50 practical recipes to install, configure, and monitor your Oracle setup using Oracle Enterprise Manager

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Administration Cookbook

Cookbook
Dhananjay Papde, Tushar Nath, Vipul Patel

Over 50 practical recipes to install, configure, and monitor your Oracle setup using Oracle Enterprise Manager
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ISBN 139781849687409
Paperback324 pages

About This Book

  • Recipes for installing, configuring, and getting up and running with Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Set up automatic discovery, create and clone databases, and perform provisioning
  • Monitor Oracle Fusion Middleware, and remotely use incident and problem management using iPad/iPhone

Who This Book Is For

This book is for Oracle Database, Middleware, System, and Infrastructure Administrators. A basic understanding of Oracle Enterprise Manager is needed, as well as being comfortable using command line environments.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Prerequisites of OEM 12c Installation
Introduction
Creating operating system groups and users
Checking hardware requirements
Checking OS requirements
Checking package, kernel parameters, and library requirements
Meeting host file requirements
Installing the Oracle 11gR2 RDBMS software for an OEM repository database
Creating an OEM repository database
Setting up a Listener and a Local Net Service name configuration
Meeting OEM repository database requirements
Chapter 2: Installation of OEM 12c
Introduction
Installing Enterprise Manager System with Simple configuration option
Installing Enterprise Manager System with Advanced configuration option
Understanding Advanced Installer options
Installing Oracle Management Agent using the RPM file
Installing Oracle Management Agent using the agentDeploy.sh script
Chapter 3: Upgrade to OEM 12c
Introduction
Performing pre-upgrade tasks
Upgrading using the 1-system upgrade approach (on the same host)
Upgrading using the 2-system upgrade approach (on a different host)
Chapter 4: Configuring OEM 12c
Introduction
Prerequisites for configuring automatic discovery
Configuring automatic discovery of unmanaged host machines using IP Scan
Configuring automatic discovery of targets on managed hosts
Checking for and promoting discovered targets
Adding host targets manually
Adding non-host targets manually
Configuring Administration Groups
Creating template collections and associating them with Administration Groups
Configuring a Software Library
Chapter 5: Managing Oracle Database Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Configuring a database target
Creating a single instance database
Cloning a single instance database
Creating database templates
Uploading database templates to the Software Library
Creating an Oracle Database Clone from a reference home
Provisioning Oracle Database software
Removing a database target
Chapter 6: Managing Database Performance Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Using Active Session History Analytics
Using the Real-Time Automatic Database Diagnostics Monitor (ADDM) feature
Using the Compare Period AutomaticDatabase Diagnostics Monitor (ADDM) feature
Comparing period reports
Chapter 7: Middleware Management Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Managing Oracle Business Intelligence
Integrating BI Publisher with Enterprise Manager 12
Creating sample reports in BI Publisher
Implementing BI Publisher Security Model
Managing and monitoring Oracle GoldenGate
Setting up Application Dependency and Performance (ADP) Manager in Cloud Control
Setting up JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) Manager in Cloud Control
Discovering and managing Weblogic Server Target
Deploying ADP agents on Weblogic Target nodes
Deploying JVMD Agents on Weblogic Target nodes
Chapter 8: Incident and Problem Management Using an iDevice (iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad)
Introduction
Setting up OEM12c on an iDevice
Using Incident management on an iDevice
Using problem management on an iDevice

What You Will Learn

  • Install OEM12c, with different approaches for different circumstances
  • Correctly Upgrade your installation to OEM12c
  • Configure and correctly set up the features of OEM12c
  • Effectively Monitor using OEM12c, including the newly introduced features
  • Create and Clone databases via OEM12c
  • Configure Oracle Business Intelligence in OEM12c
  • Configure Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher in OEM12c
  • Configure Oracle Golden Gate in OEM12c
  • Configure iPhone/iPad for Incident and Problem Management in OEM12c
  • Setting Up Application Dependency and Performance (ADP) Manager in Cloud Control
  • Setting Up JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) Manager in Cloud Control

 

In Detail

Oracle Enterprise Manager is a key tool for any Oracle Administrator, allowing them to manage their Oracle installations and selected other applications, providing a one stop place to manage and maintain the entire infrastructure in any organization.

The Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cookbook will give administrators a head start towards implementing OEM in their organizations, by taking you through all the aspects of installation, upgrade, configuration, and monitoring of various servers, databases, and various Oracle Fusion Middleware components.

Starting with the installation and upgrade of your OEM installation, this book then takes you through the process of using OEM12c to configure and monitor your Oracle application and database servers, including the various supported Oracle Fusion Middleware products.

This book will uncover various installations options (with simple advanced options) and various upgrade options.

The book will also cover monitoring the infrastructure using Active Session History Analytics. There are recipes on creating, cloning databases, and creating templates.

Additionally there are recipes on Configuration of Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Golden Gate, Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher, and Oracle Weblogic using OEM12c.

Authors

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Prerequisites of OEM 12c Installation
Introduction
Creating operating system groups and users
Checking hardware requirements
Checking OS requirements
Checking package, kernel parameters, and library requirements
Meeting host file requirements
Installing the Oracle 11gR2 RDBMS software for an OEM repository database
Creating an OEM repository database
Setting up a Listener and a Local Net Service name configuration
Meeting OEM repository database requirements
Chapter 2: Installation of OEM 12c
Introduction
Installing Enterprise Manager System with Simple configuration option
Installing Enterprise Manager System with Advanced configuration option
Understanding Advanced Installer options
Installing Oracle Management Agent using the RPM file
Installing Oracle Management Agent using the agentDeploy.sh script
Chapter 3: Upgrade to OEM 12c
Introduction
Performing pre-upgrade tasks
Upgrading using the 1-system upgrade approach (on the same host)
Upgrading using the 2-system upgrade approach (on a different host)
Chapter 4: Configuring OEM 12c
Introduction
Prerequisites for configuring automatic discovery
Configuring automatic discovery of unmanaged host machines using IP Scan
Configuring automatic discovery of targets on managed hosts
Checking for and promoting discovered targets
Adding host targets manually
Adding non-host targets manually
Configuring Administration Groups
Creating template collections and associating them with Administration Groups
Configuring a Software Library
Chapter 5: Managing Oracle Database Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Configuring a database target
Creating a single instance database
Cloning a single instance database
Creating database templates
Uploading database templates to the Software Library
Creating an Oracle Database Clone from a reference home
Provisioning Oracle Database software
Removing a database target
Chapter 6: Managing Database Performance Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Using Active Session History Analytics
Using the Real-Time Automatic Database Diagnostics Monitor (ADDM) feature
Using the Compare Period AutomaticDatabase Diagnostics Monitor (ADDM) feature
Comparing period reports
Chapter 7: Middleware Management Using OEM 12c
Introduction
Managing Oracle Business Intelligence
Integrating BI Publisher with Enterprise Manager 12
Creating sample reports in BI Publisher
Implementing BI Publisher Security Model
Managing and monitoring Oracle GoldenGate
Setting up Application Dependency and Performance (ADP) Manager in Cloud Control
Setting up JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) Manager in Cloud Control
Discovering and managing Weblogic Server Target
Deploying ADP agents on Weblogic Target nodes
Deploying JVMD Agents on Weblogic Target nodes
Chapter 8: Incident and Problem Management Using an iDevice (iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad)
Introduction
Setting up OEM12c on an iDevice
Using Incident management on an iDevice
Using problem management on an iDevice

Book Details

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Paperback324 pages
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