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Tools To Monitor and Work with Oracle on Azure

I’ve been studying for over a week for my certs.  It really is a challenge for my ADHD brain, as I learn by interacting and using a product, not be reading about it and guess what?  Most of what the certs are on are not in my technical area.  Yeah, this is not fun for me.  I find that my brain hits a limit on what it can absorb before the activity levels in the temporal lobes diminish and I need to take a break, which is what I’m doing right now after a full day of Azure Synapse Analytics, (yes, I know it’s not GA.  Yes, I know I have limited exposure to work with it, which means it’s going to be difficult for me to know at the deep level I’d need for a cert.  Yes, I want to find the person who added this, along with CosmosDB and Polybase as the main content for the cert… :))

Enterprise Manager Silent Installation

Introduction

This is another post in my series on silent installations using response files. In previous posts, I covered silent installations for the Grid Infrastructure, RDBMS, post installation configuration steps, and creating the listener and database using response files. In this post, I’ll cover installing Enterprise Manager using a response file.

Enterprise Manager Silent Installation

Introduction

This is another post in my series on silent installations using response files. In previous posts, I covered silent installations for the Grid Infrastructure, RDBMS, post installation configuration steps, and creating the listener and database using response files. In this post, I’ll cover installing Enterprise Manager using a response file.

Read Only Users and Database Performance

One of the questions we see being asked reasonably frequently is how to allow read only access to someone who wants to view database performance issues, using tools such as Real Time ADDM, ASH Analytics and so on. This is generally asked for someone like an application developer, who can use this information to identify performance issues in Production and then fix the root cause in their Development environments.

Well, that’s a reasonable question to ask, and indeed if you search the internet you can find different ways of doing something like this. For EM12c, one of the best write-ups I’ve seen done on this was of course by one of my colleagues, Courtney Llamas. That write-up is available here.

Some Exciting Customer Presentations!

While I always enjoy getting in front of customers to present on some new and really cool functionality in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, it’s even better to be in the audience listening to actual customers doing just that!  There are a couple of those presentations coming up on Thursday this week at OOW.  Unfortunately I can’t be there to listen in, but if you’re interested in learning how to provide scalable and flexible patching solutions, make sure you get along to these two presentations and learn directly from these customers!

EM13c, Configuration Management and Comparing Targets

How many times have you had maintenance or a release complete and everyone is sure that everything’s been put back the way it should have been, all t’s crossed, all i’s dotted and then you release it to the customers only to find out that NOPE, something was forgotten in the moving parts of technology?

Installing EM13c on Windows Tips

I just built out my own EM13c environment so I can answer many questions that I won’t be able to ignore just because I no longer work at Oracle.

Options For Pre-EM13c Target Software and Non-Supported OS in EM13c

Per Oracle documentation, you’re able to upgrade from EM12c to EM13c, including the OMR, (Oracle Management Repository) to DB12c and the OMS, (Oracle Management Service) to EM13c, but leave the agent software at a version of 12.1.0.3 or highe

Short-term Answers Vs. The Correct Answer

Enterprise Manager does a LOT.  Sometimes it may do too much.  Customers on forums, on support or via email and social media may come to us asking how to address something they view as not working right and the truth is, we could simply answer their question, but they aren’t using the right tool to accomplish what they’re attempting.

EM13c Monitoring Non-Oracle Databases

This last week I presented at Great Lakes Oracle Conference, (GLOC16) and the discussion on monitoring of non-Oracle databases came up while we were on the topic of management packs, how to monitor usage and what ones were required to monitor non-Oracle databases.