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Oracle Enterprise Manager enables customers to reduce complexity and increase efficiency in their application environments through a unique application-to-disk approach to systems management. Oracle Enterprise Manager is the only solution in the marketplace with combined management capabilities spanning applications and supporting infrastructure for physical, virtual and private cloud computing environments. Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, is the newest product in the Oracle Enterprise Manager family and brings extensive management capabilities for managing physical and virtual Sun environments.
Oracle Enterprise Manager not-only manages Oracle Technologies, it provides rich management solutions for heterogeneous environments with its unique top-down approach. Only Oracle provides the most complete solution focused on managing business applications and related infrastructure technologies in a single management console. Get exactly what you need to manage your applications end-to-end with a rich selection of easy-to-deploy plug-ins and connectors for heterogeneous environments. Check out the partner exchange for more than two dozen heterogeneous management plug-ins and connectors including: Microsoft MOM, EMC storage, F5 BIG IP, Check Point Firewall, Remedy and many more.
Oracle Enterprise Manager addresses the broad IT requirements for Application Operations Management and Application Quality Management with its comprehensive top-down approach for managing applications and technologies, ensuring customers have superior performance and end-user experiences, while delivering lower total cost of ownership.
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* Application Quality Management—focuses on reducing costs through
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** Application Operation Management—focuses on reducing costs through integrated top-down monitoring and management for applications and underlying technologies.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control is the most complete solution for managing your business applications - from Oracle Database instances to Oracle Application Server Farms and PeopleSoft Applications. In order to support the wide variety of components that Oracle applications are built on, Enterprise Manager offers—System Monitoring Plug-ins for third-party products - thus providing an integrated solution for managing your Oracle applications end-to-end. For customers who have invested in other management tools and help desk systems, there are several solutions to support the integration of Enterprise Manager with these tools. To send Enterprise Manager alerts to another management tool Enterprise Manager offers snmp trap based notification, to setup more advanced bi-directional event exchange or to automatically create helpdesk tickets based on Enterprise Manager alerts in an helpdesk system, Enterprise Manager offers — Management Connectors.
Management Plug-ins and Connectors are both Oracle-developed and developed by third-party vendors with support and validation by Oracle. You can also take advantage of the same mechanism used by Oracle and partners to easily extend or customize Enterprise Manager to monitor any component (custom applications, network switches, routers, etc) in your environment and integrate Enterprise Manager with your management tools.
Interested in developing and contributing your own plug-in and connector?
To develop a plug-in, start at the EM extensibility guide and then go through the plug-in sample and the plug-in development Kit . In order to develop a connector, look at the Connectors integration guide. You may post your extensibility questions and share tips and tricks with other plug-in and connector developers on the Extensibility Forum.
We invite you to contribute to this Exchange by sharing your own Enterprise Manager management plug-ins and connectors. if you'd like to upload your plug-in or connector on this page or you are interested in partnering opportunities with Enterprise Manager, please visit our Partners page.
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