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Using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
Duration: 3 Days
What you will learn
This Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c training is a foundation course. Expert instructors will help you explore the
core functionality of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c through interactive instruction and hands-on
exercises.
Learn To:
Monitor the overall health of your Cloud Control system.
Manage targets, hosts and groups.
Use the job system to create and manage jobs to automate commonly performed tasks.
Use Information Publisher to generate custom reports.
View, search and compare configurations.
Manage incidents and deployments.

Benefits to You
By taking this course, you will discover how Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c can help your organization streamline IT
management processes and guide you in your transformation to the cloud. You will learn how your organization can
realize a 10-20% productivity increase due to labor cost savings resulting from cloud lifecycle management features.
You will also see how Enterprise Manager 12c can provide up to ten times faster provisioning of applications in
enterprise private clouds.
Manage an Enterprise-Computing Environment
After a brief review of the underlying architecture, you'll learn to use Cloud Control to manage an enterprise-computing
environment. Become familiar with executing tasks like managing and monitoring Cloud Control, managing hosts,
groups, systems and services, monitoring targets, using the job system and Enterprise Manager reporting tools, viewing
and comparing configurations and managing compliance.
Fulfills Oracle Certification Requirements
This course fulfills the training requirement for an Oracle Certification Path. Only Classroom Training, Live Virtual Class
or Training On Demand courses fulfill the requirement. Please note that Self-Study and Knowledge Center courses do
not fulfill the training requirement.
Audience
Administrator
Database Administrators

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System Administrator
Technical Administrator

Related Training
Suggested Prerequisites
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Install & Upgrade

Course Objectives
Monitor the overall health of your Cloud Control system
Manage targets, hosts and groups
Use the job system to create and manage jobs to automate commonly performed tasks
Use Information Publisher to generate custom reports
View, search and compare configurations
Manage incidents and deployments
Explain compliance policies and evaluate policy violations

Course Topics
Introduction
Course overview
Key Challenges for Administrators
What Is Enterprise Manager Cloud Control?
Built-in and Integrated Manageability
Configuration Management
This Course in Context
Course Schedule
Classroom Setup
Reviewing Enterprise Manager Core Concepts
Review Oracle Enterprise Manager architecture
Agent Installation and Target Discovery
Describing Different Target Types
Monitoring Cloud Control
Security (very high level)
Managing Securely with Credentials
Managing and Monitoring Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Viewing Log Files and Trace Files
Controlling Cloud Control components
Configuring Alerts and Notifications
Backup and Recovery: Repository, OMS and OMA
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Monitoring Targets
System Monitoring
Oracle-Provided Monitoring
Metric Thresholds and Settings
Corrective Actions
Using Monitoring Templates
Receiving Alerts and Notifications
Blackouts
Metric Extensions
Managing Hosts
Monitor the Host OS
Monitor and Manage All Hosts
Monitor an Individual Host
Administering Network Components
Managing Groups
Administering Network Components
Manage targets with groups
Define and distinguish Enterprise Manager groups
Create groups
Perform group management tasks
Define administration groups and a group hierarch
Define and use template collections
Apply template modifications
Managing Systems and Services
Workflow for Systems and Services
Define and administer systems
Viewing the System Topology
Define and creating services
Define and monitor the availability of a service
Discuss the use of beacons
Define and monitor service levels
Specifying Service Level Rule Elements
Using the Job System
What Is a Job?
Core Concepts and Tasks
Distinguish predefined jobs for your user-defined ones
Create and manage jobs of different types
Creating a Multi-Task Job
Use the job library
Enable job notifications
View job activity
Managing Incidents
Define and manage incidents
Perform incident lifecycle operations: Assign, acknowledge, prioritize, track status, escalate, suppress
Distinguish incidents and problem
Monitor Oracle software problems
Use incident rule sets (which replace notification rules)

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Describe the processing priority of rules and notifications
Patching and Provisioning
Software life-cycle management
Provisioning and patching
Software library
Use Deployment Procedure Manager
Deployment procedures and use cases
Bare metal provisioning
Managing Configurations
What Is Configuration Management?
Viewing Configurations
Comparing Configurations
Searching the Enterprise Configuration
Client Configuration
Client System Analyzer in Cloud Control
Managing Compliance
Compliance Management
Define compliance management: framework, standards, and rules
Describe the predefined compliance functionality
Assign compliance standards to targets
View the results
Evaluate compliance levels
Producing and Using Enterprise Manager reports
Information Publisher
Using Oracle-Provided Reports
Reporting on Targets
Workflow for Creating EM Reports
Schedule, save, and email reports
Enterprise Manager Reports Web Site

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