Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) is a set of systems management tools provided by Oracle Corporation for managing the Oracle environment. It provides tools to monitor the Oracle environment and automate tasks (both one-time and repetitive in nature) to take database and application administration a step closer to "Lights Out" management.
Cisco’s UCSM plugin leverages the Enterprise Manager SDK (EMSDK) of the Oracle Enterprise Manager in order to integrate UCS domain management with Enterprise Manager. Cisco UCS Manager exposes its APIs via the UCS XML API an the UCSM plugin for OEM is developed on top of it. OEM administratora will be able to make use of the UCSM plugin in OEM to monitor the health, faults and summary information of components in the UCS Domains on a single pane of glass.
The first beta release of the plugin support the following features
> Adding UCS domains as system targets
> Discovery of servers and components in UCS domains
> Summary of the hardware components and service profiles in UCS domains
> Status and Fault information for the discovered entities.
Please unzip the attached file and import the opar file into OEM. Refer to the release notes and user guide for more details.
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