Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Valuable Features

Aaron-Masembe
Senior Consultant at Cloud Integrators Limited
The current version of this solution has an extensible architecture that not only looks to support the users, but also the hardware, including the storage, as well as all of the applications that you're implementing. There have been enhancements in the security and the reporting. The most valuable feature is that you have a central line of management, by way of the console, for the administrators. It is a very big advantage. It also provides valuable insight into everything that you do, including memory and storage utilization. View full review »
Andreas-Stylianou
Database & Flexcube System Administrator at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
The most important, of course, is the monitoring feature, because we want to monitor the host and the databases. Of course, that you can manage and create the backup strategies from a central environment for all your environments, so you don’t have to do so on each database. You can set up the policy you want for each database, but you do it from a central environment. And, of course, the notifications, if the backup succeeded or not. View full review »
Saaim Abrar Abrar
MACS Snr CP, Senior Oracle Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The accuracy is the most valuable feature for us. Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control gives us diverse monitoring tools, monitoring capability that can be extremely powerful, security patching, database consolidation, etc. all in one packaged distribution. View full review »
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Andreas-Stylianou
Database & Flexcube System Administrator at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Host-based monitoring is a big advantage of Enterprise Manager. Now, with EM, it is easier to manage your Oracle Database backups and create email alerts regarding the status of your backups (Succeeded or Failed). I know when a target is up or down (this can be an Oracle Database instance, Listener, WebLogic Server, or even a deployment in the WebLogic Server). View full review »
Robin Upcott
Database Engineer
Alerting, patching, general monitoring. Each host to be monitored requires and agent to be installed and configured - this process is mature and works well. View full review »
Carlos Carbonar
Senior DBA at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I believe that one of the most valuable resources this tool has is the ability to check offending processes, which are burdening the hardware resources, and to generate advice quickly that can improve a query's performance. Another feature is the Resource Manager, where we can manage the consumption of resources of certain queries, separately in resource groups. Depending on the characteristics of the query, queries can be placed in groups that consume less database and hardware resources. There are others features as well, such as AWS and ASH report which, in Enterprise Manager, are generated in a more agile way, and with a more friendly interface, helping to detect abnormalities in the database. View full review »
Franky Weber Faust
Database Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Patching multiple databases Performance monitoring Management and optimization Database administration Alerts and thresholds View full review »
it_user74154
IT Administrator at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
* Central management of Oracle infrastructure for more efficient administration * Advisors provide quick access to Insight and best practice information for performance tuning and configuration. View full review »
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