Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Ed 2

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In this course, students learn how to use Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to monitor and manage their enterprise-computing environment. The participants use the Cloud Control framework, the out-of-box capability to manage Oracle targets, individually or in groups with templates, monitor the compliance of targets, use the job system to automate commonly performed tasks, view and compare configurations and create and use predefined and customized reports.

  • Course Schedule
  • Key Challenges for Administrators
  • This Course in Context
  • Classroom Setup
  • What is Enterprise Manager Cloud Control? 
  • Built-in and Integrated Manageability 
  • Review Oracle Enterprise Manager architecture
  • Security (high level)
  • Controlling the Cloud Control Framework
  • Viewing Log Files and Trace Files 
  • Self-Monitoring and Maintenance
  • Backup and Recovery: Repository, OMS and OMA, Software Library
  • Groups 
  • Targets Discovery (review)
  • Administration Hierarchy
  • Target Properties
  • Describe how Enterprise Manager Cloud Control establishes a connection to Oracle Cloud services
  • Explore the new capabilities that are unlocked when Cloud Control is managing Oracle Cloud Services 
  • Explore how Oracle Cloud Services can be managed and why Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is a superior choice
  • Describe the benefits of having Oracle Cloud services in your IT Ecosystem
  • Privileges
  • Privileges and Roles Uses
  • Who can define Roles and Privileges
  • Roles
  • Define monitoring standards
  • Setting and using metric thresholds
  • Using Monitoring Templates and templates collection
  • Describe the processing priority of rules and notifications
  • Corrective Actions
  • Define and Manage incidents
  • Monitor problems (including incidents flooding)
  • Metric Thresholds and Settings
  • Use incidents rule sets
  • Distinguish between incidents and problems
  • Incidents Dashboard
  • Brownouts
  • Monitoring Service
  • Blackouts
  • Define Blackouts and Brownouts, benefits
  • Metric Extensions
  • Receiving Alerts and Notifications
  • Core Concept and Tasks: what is new in EM 13c
  • Create and manage jobs of different types 
  • Enable job notifications 
  • Creating a Multi-Task Job
  • Use the job library
  • Understand job privileges
  • Distinguish predefined jobs for your user-defined ones
  • View job activity 
  • Discuss the use of beacons
  • Viewing the System Topology
  • Define and monitor the availability of a service
  • Specifying Service Level Rule Elements
  • Define and administer systems
  • Workflow for Systems and Services 
  • Define and monitor service levels
  • Define and create services, service types 
  • Software Library Review
  • Provisioning and patching
  • Use of Deployment Procedure Manager
  • Software life-cycle management
  • Deployment procedures and use cases
  • Software patching: modes and workflow
  • Bare metal provisioning
  • Software Upgrades
  • Viewing Configurations
  • Configuration topology
  • Searching the Enterprise Configuration
  • What is Configuration Management? 
  • Comparing Configurations
  • Compliance Management
  • Describe the predefined compliance functionality 
  • Point out the doc Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Oracle Database Compliance Standards
  • Assign compliance standards to targets
  • Define compliance management: framework, standards, and rules 
  • View the results: score and importance
  • Reporting on Targets
  • Information Publisher vs BIP: IP deprecated
  • Publish Enterprise Manager Reports
  • Workflow for Creating Reports
  • Schedule, save, and email reports
  • Using Oracle-Provided BIP Reports
  • BIP intro and configuration basics
  • Technical Administrator
  • Systems Architects
  • Database Administrators
  • System Administrator
  • System Integrator
  • Familiarity with Database Control 
  • Good knowledge of Linux
  • Familiarity with Fusion Middleware Control 

Key Participants Benefit

You'll walk away from this course with the ability to use the core functionality of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13.2. After a brief review of the underlying architecture, you use Cloud Control to manage an enterprise-computing environment. This includes tasks, such as: Managing and Monitoring Cloud Control, Managing Hosts, Groups, Systems and Services, Monitoring Targets, Using the Job System and Information Publisher, Viewing and Comparing Configurations, and Managing Compliance.

  • Navigate and monitor the overall health of your Cloud Control system
  • Organise targets and groups
  • Setup targets monitoring, alerts and notifications
  • Use the job system to create and manage jobs to automate commonly performed tasks
  • View, search and compare configurations 
  • Manage targets patching
  • Explain compliance policies and evaluate policy violations
  • Use BI Publisher to generate custom reports

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