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Master Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control
Centralize and simplify enterprise infrastructure administration using the detailed information contained in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Control Handbook shows you how to implement a grid-based management system and maintain on-demand access to critical services. Develop rollout plans, configure hardware and software, deploy targets and agents, control access, and distribute business reports. This authoritative resource also explains how to generate reliable backups, implement top-down performance monitoring, and maximize system availability.
- Plan and carry out an Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control rollout
- Set up customized metrics, alerts, thresholds, targets, and agents
- Manage IT resources from a centralized control console or the command line
- Manage your infrastructure using secure protocols
- Automate administrative tasks with Oracle's management agent
- Distribute business intelligence using the reporting and dashboard features
- Work with Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control and Oracle Real Application Clusters
- Build physical and logical standby databases using Oracle Data Guard
About the Author
Werner De Gruyter works at Oracle helping critical accounts with their roll-out and deployment of Grid Control.
Matthew Hart is the coauthor of Oracle 10g High Availability with RAC, Flashback, and Data Guard and Oracle Database 10g RMAN Backup and Recovery.
Daniel Nguyen has more than 10 years of experience in the software industry, including at Oracle Corporation.
Table of Contents
Part I: Installing and Deploying Grid Control
; Chapter 1.
What Is Grid Control? Enterprise Manager Concepts; Chapter 2.
Preparing and Installing the Environment; Chapter 3.
Grid Control and Maximum Availability; Chapter 4.
Deploying Agents into the Enterprise; Chapter 5.
Grid Control: Sizing the Environment and Other Best Practices; Chapter 6.
Maintaining and Managing the EMGC Infrastructure; Part II: Grid Control Common Tasks and Functions
; Chapter 7.
Principles of Target Monitoring; Chapter 8.
Managing EM Users and Audits; Chapter 9.
Metrics and Notifications; Chapter 10.
Jobs and Task Automation; Chapter 11.
Reporting and Dashboards; Part III: Enterprise Manager Power User's Guide
; Chapter 12.
Host Management; Chapter 13.
Systems, Services, and Groups; Chapter 14.
Database Management in Grid Control; Chapter 15.
RAC and Cluster Management; Chapter 16.
Data Guard Management; Chapter 17.
Application Monitoring; Chapter 18.
Troubleshooting and Diagnostics; Part IV: Appendixes
; Appendix A.
Configuration Files; Appendix B.
Configuration Parameters; Appendix C.
Log Files; Appendix D.
Environment Variables; Appendix E.
Standard Repository Views; Appendix F.
Command-Line Tool Options; Appendix G.