Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g: Grid Control EssentialsCompuEducación
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Grid Control Essent
Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g: Grid Control Essentials
Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g
Grid Control Essentials
Oracle Database 11g:
This Enterprise Manager 11g course will introduce you to the core functionality of Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11g.
Expert Oracle instructors will help you explore the underlying framework functionality that's central to the entire
Enterprise Manager Grid Control product family.
Describe the architecture and installation of Enterprise Manager 11g Grid Control.
Monitor the overall health of your Grid Control system.
Manage targets, hosts and groups.
Use the job system to create and manage jobs to automate commonly performed tasks.
Use Information Publisher to generate custom reports.
View, search and compare configurations.
Benefits To You
Discover how Enterprise Manager can help your organization streamline IT management processes and optimize
performance to meet your organization’s business requirements.
Manage Your Enterprise-Computing Environment
This course will also teach you how to implement and use Grid Control to manage your enterprise-computing
environment. Gain knowledge about installation and configuration of the Grid Control framework; learn how to use the
out-of-box management capability that's common across all target types with Grid Control.
Hands-on practices during this course will teach you how to use the robust features of Grid Control. You'll learn to
manage, monitor and administer their data center.
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Familiarity with Database Control
Familiarity with Fusion Middleware Control
Good knowledge of Linux
Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Release 2
Oracle Database 11g: Taller de Administración I Versión 2
Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials
Explain policies and evaluate policy violations
Manage and monitor host, database and middleware targets
Perform common troubleshooting tasks
Create jobs to perform commonly-run tasks
Define and monitor services and service levels
Use Information Publisher to generate custom reports
Use deployment procedures to provision and patch, and view, search and compare configurations
Describe how to use management plug-ins and connectors to extend Enterprise Manager Grid Control functionality
Describe the architecture of Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Describe the steps involved in the installation of the Oracle Management Repository, the Oracle Management Service,
and the Oracle Management Agent
Monitor and manage the Enterprise Manager Grid Control framework
Create administrators and roles
Create groups to help manage the data center environment
Understanding what today’s Data Center looks like
Explaining Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Explaining how to use Enterprise Manager Grid Control in business driven IT management
Discussing key features of Enterprise Manager Grid Control
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Describing Enterprise Manager Grid Control’s capabilities to manage the complete enterprise application stack
Discussing Management Plug-ins and Connectors available for Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Grid Control Architecture
Describing the components of Grid Control
Explaining the architecture of Grid Control
Describing the target types managed by Grid Control
Explaining the Grid Control Console pages and its functionalities
Discussing the application of the Maximum Availability Architecture to a Grid Control environment
Grid Control Installation
Installing WebLogic Server and Grid Control
Understanding the installation process for the various components that make up Grid Control
Discussing the ports used for a standard Grid Control installation
Explaining the directory structure for Grid Control
Setting Up Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Configuring Grid Control to set up additional administrators
Identifying the types of privileges used in Grid Control
Using roles to assign privileges to groups of administrators
Setting up preferred credentials to simplify access to managed targets
Managing and Monitoring Grid Control
Monitoring the availability of Grid Control components
Monitoring the performance of the Management Server, Repository, and Agent
Identifying log and trace files for all Grid Control components
Starting and stopping Grid Control components
Discussing backup and recovery of Grid Control components
Performing administrative tasks on Linux hosts
Executing the Host command
Using log file alerts
Using net service administration
Using the remote file editor
Viewing storage details
Describing the usage of groups
Using dashboards to monitor groups
Applying monitoring templates to groups
Using notification rules on groups
Managing Systems and Services
Defining systems and services