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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Cloud Control 12c released for Windows 64-bit

Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 1 ( for Windows x86-64 (64-bit) has been released:

Notes from EM Product Management:

EM12c OMS is now supported on Windows x64 and the EM12c agents can be deployed on Windows x64, Windows 32 and zLinux. The software is available for download on OTN and EM Store (Self-update). A few tips:

1   1.   You should use the OTN download link only if you want to install the EM12c OMS on Windows. If you have an existing EM12c OMS running on Linux, the new agent image will be available to you through the EM12c self-update functionality.

     2. Please note that the Windows port already includes BP1. So if you do a brand new install of OMS on Windows, you already have all the BP1 fixes. On other platforms (e.g. Linux), you will either need to have a BP1 environment available to apply the Windows update or you will have to undertake the process of applying the BP1 update as a part of the Windows update process (i.e. apply the BP1 update first on your existing non-Windows OMS).
       3. You will need to apply some patches on the Linux EM12c OMS before you can push the new agents and  monitor targets on the above three platforms. See the guide below for details. 

-     4. Also, if you are thinking of starting a new update from EM 10g/11g, please download the latest version of the Pre-Upgrade Console patches. See the guide below for details. 

The details are in the BP1 application guide. Please see the BP1 workbook which has been revised for the Windows update and is now part of the doc library.

A quick update: the SQL Server plug-in is now also available via self-update.

Courtesy, EM Product Management.



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