Oracle Enterprise Manager
Oracle Enterprise Manager delivers comprehensive capabilities to manage, migrate, test and deploy across hybrid cloud, providing for 100% reuse of existing IT operations management skills and practices.
Hybrid Cloud Management Platform
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Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
Oracle Enterprise Manager delivers comprehensive capabilities to manage, migrate, test and deploy across hybrid cloud, providing for 100% reuse of existing IT operations management skills and practices. Oracle Enterprise Manager streamlines and automates complex management tasks across the complete cloud lifecycle. On-premises administrators can monitor and manage public cloud services, and vice versa. Oracle Cloud services are managed by the same Oracle Enterprise Manager tools that customers use on-premises to monitor, provision, and maintain Oracle Databases, Engineered Systems, Oracle Applications, Oracle Middleware, and a variety of third-party systems. This additionally eliminates the costly consequences of purchasing and learning numerous new tools to manage enterprise hybrid clouds.Enterprise Manager Cloud Control now provides its users with a single pane of glass for monitoring and managing on-premise, Oracle Cloud, and Oracle Cloud Machine deployments, all from the same management console. By deploying Management Agents onto the Oracle Cloud virtual hosts serving the company’s Oracle Cloud services, users will be able to manage Oracle Cloud targets just as how the company would have with any other targets.
On the other hand, support is provided for managing Oracle Database and Fusion Middleware PaaS targets, as well as JVMD support for monitoring JVMs on your Oracle Cloud virtual hosts. Other features of the Oracle Enterprise Manager would be automated agent deployment and configuration, database and Java PaaS instances monitoring, incident management including notifications and ticketing integration, configuration management including Search and Inventory, comparison between on-premise and cloud instances, configuration history, and compliance and Cloning between on-premise and Oracle Cloud.