This course is the first in a series for the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control product. This course is intended to provide one with an in-depth understanding of the architecture of the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control platform. It guides one through a step-by-step installation and preliminary configuration of a Cloud Control instance. Operating system specific considerations that apply to installing the Cloud Control on a Linux, Unix, or MS Windows host are provided, along with numerous examples. Potential problems and pitfalls are discussed and possible troubleshooting remedies are offered. One will learn how to discover within the systems infrastructure a host system and a software installation running on that host, such as a database or middleware application server instance. Incorporating the host system and the software installation into the Enterprise Manager 12c framework then allows the Cloud Control to be used to manage those targets. The course then concludes with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control upgrade procedures, including actual examples from real-world upgrade scenarios. Throughout the procedures explained in this course are recommendations for building a high-availability, high-performance and secure Enterprise Manager installation.
Before taking this course, students should have taken the Oracle Database 12c: Install & Upgrade Workshop (PT9684). Students should be familiar with basic host system configuration and Oracle software installation techniques that are helpful to complete an Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control installation.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
The target audience for this course is all Oracle professionals. Among the specific groups for whom this course will be helpful are database administrators, web server administrators, system administrators, implementation specialists, and data center support engineers.
EM Cloud Control Architecture