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Hi all, looking for some guidance. A few weeks ...... Gary Campbell Mar 18, 2021, 16:10
Hi Gary, basically: No I cannot. Additionall...... Jan Schnackenberg Mar 21, 2021, 21:46

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Subject: OEM Cloud Control alternative
Author: Gary Campbell, Ireland
Date: Mar 18, 2021, 16:10, 35 days ago
Os info: Windows 2016 Standard
Oracle info: 19.3.0.0.0 x64
Message: Hi all, looking for some guidance.

A few weeks back, we migrated a production system from 11.2.0.4 to 19.3.0.0.0. We know Flash has been removed world-wide and that the 19c EM Express is limited (to say the least!).

From the customer perspective, this will require a new server for the repository and OMS etc. (The customer license is standard edition 2). Additionally, there is only one database requiring monitoring.

I'm wondering if there are any alternatives to setting up Cloud Control 13.4 for basic admin tasks i.e. tablespaces/schema/scheduler jobs?

Thanks as always!

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Subject: Re: OEM Cloud Control alternative
Author: Jan Schnackenberg, Germany
Date: Mar 21, 2021, 21:46, 32 days ago
Message: Hi Gary,

basically: No I cannot.

Additionally I want to say: Do not register Standard Edition databases in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control until you have made 100% sure that you completely understand all the things you must never use, because they require licensing-options only available in Enterprise Edition (and only some only with additional cost licenses).

For monitoring: Use checkmk (by Tribe29). It has a pretty good oracle plugin. And it's much harder to violate the license agreement from Oracle directly out of the box.

For management of the database use SQL Developer. Same last sentence as the previous paragraph.

Regards,
Jan

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