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  • Courtney Llamas

    Doug I'm hoping you got an answer, if not let me know!

  • Courtney Llamas

    It sounds like the agent registered w/ the backend and didn't get cleaned up properly. If you open an SR with support, they can help get it cleaned out.   Otherwise, you can try with a new agent port (in agent.rsp file) and it should go thru.   Make sure agent and host are deleted from OMC UI - Admin/Agents and Admin/Entity Configuration/Delete Entities.

  • Courtney Llamas

    Can you tell me when you got your trial instance?   The screens have changed a bit, so it may be different, but the steps are documented here.

    https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/omcgs/access-oracle-management-cloud.html#GUID-C15E9F94-78CD-4868-A9F8-DCF50D267A2E

     

    When you go to create an instance, you may need to click on the all services tab to see the full list of what's available in Oracle Cloud.

     

  • Courtney Llamas

    Exadata Cloud Service will be more similar to a standard DBCS configuration.    ExaCS doesn't expose some of the backplane components (such as storage cells) to the customer that you would normally have in a on-premise exadata..   So you'll just want to follow basic IM & LA for host, database/asm targets.    I would suggest starting w/ installing Cloud Agents, then discover the DB system.  Once you've enabled monitoring, you should be able to turn on log collections as well for DB, listener, host, etc.    

     

  • Courtney Llamas

    Is your focus on network monitoring?  

  • Courtney Llamas

    What type of application and what kind of monitoring?  We can create custom entities via API, but if you're focus is on logs we can also use a simple host entity to track against...  

  • Courtney Llamas

    Francisco - Yes, this should be fairly easy to do if you can get the data into a log.   You would start by using a db log query which is discussed here: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/logcs/setting-database-instance-monitoring.html

     

    Then once the data is coming in, you would create a search against those fields, save as a widget and add to a dashboard.   Reach out to me via email or slack if you have more questions.

     

    Courtney Llamas

     

  • Courtney Llamas

    We have support for many web/app servers, depending on the vendor we may have additional.  For example, Weblogic will discover and monitor the SOA infrastructure, Service Bus, HTTP server.  MS assuming this is Microsoft/IIS.    Nothing for SAP as of yet, but depending on what it is you want to do, you  might be able to use Log Analytics to customize something.   Hope that answers your question.   You can see a more detailed list of supported out of the box entities in the following MOS note.

    Infrastructure Monitoring Cloud Service Master Note (Doc ID 2195015.1)

  • Courtney Llamas

    Salahuddin - 

    This MOS note will provide the list of currently supported/monitored components. It gets updated with each monthly release.   

    Infrastructure Monitoring Cloud Service Master Note (Doc ID 2195015.1)

    Let me try to break down what I can:

    1. Oracle Exadata database machine  - If you integrate with OEM, you can take advantage of the deep metrics collected by OEM.  Otherwise, IM will collect host, db, asm, listener,  and some other components, but not storage cells.  
    2. Oracle Database - Yes
    3. Oracle EBS - Yes, depending on version.  Full support for 12.2 is available. 
    4. Oracle SOA infrastructure - Yes 
    5. Oracle Access Manager - Yes
    6. Oracle Weblogic Server - Yes
    7. Microsoft Active Directory  - Via SCOM collector I believe
    8. Microsoft .net applications - Yes 
    9. Microsoft SQL Server databases - Yes
    10. F5 Big IP - Yes, check MOS for versions
    11. Palo Alto Firewall - Not that i know of, maybe through CollectD integration?
    12. HP networking devices -  - Not that i know of, maybe through CollectD integration?
    13. EMC Storage  - Not that i know of, maybe through CollectD integration?

     

    Now, depending on the entity, the OMC services have different levels of detail.

     

    1. Oracle Application Performance Monitoring (APM)  - Supports the Java or IIS app at the container level, End User Metrics  Doc ID 2092363.1
    2. Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring - Basic monitoring, metrics (CPU, request rate, soa messages per min, etc)
    3. Oracle Log Analytics - Out of box for many of the above, easily customizable for all  - https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/logcs/box-log-sources.html
    4. Oracle IT Analytics -  focus on host, mw, database, and exadata (exadata when integrated with OEM)
    5. Oracle Security Monitoring And analytics - https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/omsma/box-supported-log-sources.html 
    6. Oracle Configuration and compliance - https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/comcs/appendix-rule-sets.html

     

    Hope this helps. 

     

    Courtney

  • Courtney Llamas

    I'm assuming this question is about the Oracle Management Cloud Gateway?     The gateway needs to communicate outbound to oracle on 443 - https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/management-cloud/emaig/common-prerequisites-deploying-oracle-management-cloud-agents.html 

    Internally, other services need to communicate over https (port specified for gateway install) to the gateway.  

  • Courtney Llamas

    What OMC services are you looking to use?   There may be some workarounds for remote monitoring.

  • Courtney Llamas

    I see!  So that calculation is show in Infrastructure Monitoring as Logical Memory.  You can see this by clicking on Performance Charts, and select Options/Choose Metrics (middle/right side of page just below the time bar).  Search for memory and add Logical Memory Usage and Logical Memory Utilization.   Once you make this selection it will remain for your user account for all hosts.     This should match with the value you're looking at. 

  • Courtney Llamas

    Sweta -


    Infrastructure Monitoring is looking at the total and used memory.   From the free cmd you pasted, it appears that:

    used is 16301834240

    total is 16557072384

    16301834240/16557072384 = .9845  * 100 = 98.4 %

    Does this answer your question?

    Courtney

  • Courtney Llamas

    Sweta -


    Infrastructure Monitoring is looking at the total and used memory.   From the free cmd you pasted, it appears that:

    used is 16301834240

    total is 16557072384

    16301834240/16557072384 = .9845  * 100 = 98.4 %

    Does this answer your question?

    Courtney

  • Courtney Llamas

    Sorry I just now saw your reply, please let me know if you're still having issues...