Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Primary Use Case

Aaron-Masembe
Senior Consultant at Cloud Integrators Limited
We are an Oracle reseller and I have worked with different customers using this solution. This review is largely based on one of my customer's experience with the solution. This solution allows customers to be able to monitor and manage the complete Oracle IT infrastructure in a single console. Many customers want to consolidate their infrastructure; they gain more in support services, performance, and security because the more you have consolidated, the better the service delivery, and the better the return on investment. The customers who have benefited most are fully consolidated using Oracle storage, Oracle hardware, Oracle databases, and Oracle applications. In the event that there is an increase in workload, there is a single point of support services. When there is a mix of technologies, you have issues with services, and this is the reason that a unified platform is beneficial. View full review »
Andreas-Stylianou
Database & Flexcube System Administrator at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Our primary use is to administer the different databases we have, development, UATs, and production databases. We use it to have a central environment so we can make policies for all users; whether the passwords have expired or not. The reason we have this is because before, let’s say I had 10 to 12 databases. I had to go to each server and log in to the enterprise manager, and do this job on each server. Another of our concerns that this helps us address is to get notifications regarding if the space is, let’s say, 80% used. In that case, I need it to send me a notification so I can maintain; or on the host level where our systems are, to have alert notifications regarding space or CPUs. Our main use of Enterprise Manager is on the database level. View full review »
Saaim Abrar Abrar
MACS Snr CP, Senior Oracle Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Managing deliveries is our primary use case: Oracle servers, Oracle networking, delivery receipts, applications, Tomcat/Apache, host machines, and checking the host data center. View full review »
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Andreas-Stylianou
Database & Flexcube System Administrator at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Primary use case was to have a central web interface where we could administrate all Oracle Database instances. After installing, I found out that it is not only a database administration console. You could manage hosts, middleware apps (WebLogic), and many more plugins, which are available to download for other vendors' software and databases. Our banking environment is based on Oracle Databases (11.2.0.4) and our banking software is Oracle FLEXCUBE (12.0.3), which is running on WebLogic (10.3.6). In total, I have about 15 databases registered in Cloud Control and four to five WebLogic consoles, all of which are self-monitored from Oracle Cloud Control 13C monitoring software, and configured to send an email alert when a metric threshold is triggered. I have registered a testing Microsoft SQL Server environment, but I did not find it very useful (it cannot be used as an alternative or as SQL Server Management Studio). View full review »
Carlos Carbonar
Senior DBA at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The use case was the monitoring of the database, which included consumption of resources such as CPU, memory, processes, and I/O. View full review »
Franky Weber Faust
Database Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We are very dependent on the product, since it eases Oracle database administration. Mostly, if you have a lot of databases in your DC. View full review »
Dbadmin678
Database Administrator at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use the solution strictly for monitoring. View full review »
it_user74154
IT Administrator at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
* Database performance tuning * Weblogic server diagnostics * Proactive monitoring and alerts for full Oracle infrastructure View full review »
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