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Saturday, March 24, 2012

New EM12c White Paper on Monitoring Strategies published


The Product Management Team of Oracle Enterprise Manager just published on OTN a monitoring white paper "Strategies for Scalable, Smarter Monitoring using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control".

It's meant to provide guidance/best practices to customers who would like to use the EM12c monitoring features -- admin groups, template collections, monitoring templates, incident rules, incident manager.

The paper is available in the Enterprise Monitoring section of the EM OTN pages. Here is a link to the paper.

Looks like a great white paper and will fill a gap in the monitoring space.




Jim Boles said...

Hello Porus -

I ordered your book from Rampant. Should I cancel that order and order the 'new' edition.
This is very confusing. Can you clarify this ongoing issue?

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

Hi Jim, first of all thanks for your interest, I appreciate it. The Rampant book is for EM10g and EM11g and is still valid for those versions. It has a lot of interesting things such as setting up RMAN, Data Guard via EM, and so on. So if you get a copy from Rampant, it will be useful, and it is not too expensive as well. About the new book, it is still in the process of being written and reviewed so it is not yet published, however a pre-order facility will also be available and there will possibly also be anelectronic version available, and maybe even chapters being made available one by one. So it is up to you as to what you prefer. I would say wait for the Rampant book - try to get some indication from Rampant that they will be fulfilling the order soon. Then you can decide on what to do. Thanks Jim.


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