Wednesday, October 21, 2009

EM Desktop Widgets released

Rejeeb Mohammed, User Experience Designer in the EM User Experience Team has sent the following information:

I am so pleased to let you know that, EM grid control team has released the
first set of desktop widgets in oracle open world. EM Desktop Widgets are
lightweight internet applications ( built in Adobe's AIR environment) that
provide persistent desktop access to key Enterprise Manager monitoring and
diagnostic information.

There are 3 widgets available in the initial
release:

Target Search & Monitoring : This widget provides rapid
access to EM targets through quick and easy target searching. Also you can mark
targets as your favorites and monitor their status in real time.

High
Load DB : Provides a summary of the top 5 databases ordered by the Average
Active Sessions performance or load metric.

Service Level and
Monitoring: This widget provides a summary view of a set of services including
the service status and availability, and a status of SLA’s associated with the
service including any alerts.

I encourage you to download the widgets
from http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/oem/widgets/index.html,
and use them.

We absolutely need your feedback to determine what's good
and what's not with the current widgets. We will use this information to
determine the direction of future widgets.

3 comments:

Vamshi Damidi said...

Just wanted to know if the widgets are available for 12c.

Thanks,
Vamshi .D

Porus Homi Havewala (પોરસ હોમી હવેવાલા) said...

No. Sorry.

Regards,

Porus.

Porus Homi Havewala (પોરસ હોમી હવેવાલા) said...

I just heard that there may be plans to support the widgets with the next major release of EM post 12.1. However, plans can change, please bear in mind.

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