Oracle OEM 12C : monitoring nouvelle génération - Pierre Sicot - dbi services

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La dernière version d'Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) 12c est l'outil de monitoring de tous les superlatifs selon Oracle. OEM 12c est présenté comme pouvant améliorer jusqu'à 90% la disponibilité des …

La dernière version d'Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) 12c est l'outil de monitoring de tous les superlatifs selon Oracle. OEM 12c est présenté comme pouvant améliorer jusqu'à 90% la disponibilité des services, augmenter de près de 75% la productivité des DBAs et réduire de plus de 20% les dépenses sur les serveurs. Découvrez les nouvelles fonctionnalités et comment les utiliser de manière efficace.

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  • 1. dbi servicesCloud Control 12c Pierre Sicot Senior Consultant Mobile +41 79 961 29 61 Pierre.sicot@dbi-services.com www.dbi-services.com1 www.dbi-services.com 25.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 2. Cloud Control 12cAgenda Agenda i. Introduction ii. Installation iii. Agent deployment iv. Architecture v. New Features vi. Core messages2 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 3. Cloud Control 12cIntroduction Grid Control became Cloud Control (by the way, beta releases were named Grid Control 12g) Cloud Control 12c is the Oracle Management platform, also called “Enterprise Manager” Cloud Control 12c Next generation of the Grid Control 10g/11g It allows to operate/monitor the following components and much more:  Databases & Middleware infrastructures  Exadata infrastructures  Monitoring of SQL Server  Oracle VM infrastructures  etc.3 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 4. Cloud Control 12cInterface presentation Cloud Control 12c demo  Environment  Oracle Cloud Control 12c  Oracle Enterprise Linux  Demo 1  New login and console “Welcome” pages  New menus  Configurable layout4 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 5. dbi servicesAgenda Agenda i. Introduction ii. Installation iii. Agent deployment iv. Architecture v. New Features vi. Core messages5 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 6. Cloud Control 12cInstallation Globally the installation has become much easier All components are installed smoothly in one step:  JAVA , Weblogic Server, OMS The only “surprise” comes from the Oracle installation “zip” file you download from Oracle Technet The “unzip” command provided by Oracle Enterprise Linux is not able to extract these files! The installation crashes! On AIX 6.1 you have to use the unzip utility and not to use the unzip_AIX downloaded from Oracle Technet More details on: www.dbi-services.com/blog6 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 7. Cloud Control 12cInstallation Enterprise Manager 12c binaries are bigger than 11g version JDK, WebLogic and EM 12c are installed by a single installer Installer 12c needs less inputs and has less install screens than in previous versions (10g/11g) EM 12c EM11g EM 10g Nb of screens 8 13 21 Nb of inputs 12 30 367 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 8. Cloud Control 12cInstallation EM 12c needs more resources 12c 11g Memory Disk Memory Disk OMS 4 Gb 7 Gb 3 Gb 6 Gb Agent 512 Mb 1 Gb 512 Mb 850 MbRepository 2 Gb 50 Gb 2 Gb 50 Gb(database)8 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 9. Cloud Control 12c Installation  A lot of pre-requisites checks during installation 12c 11gChecking if Oracle software certified on the current O/S X XChecking for required packages installed on the system X XChecking whether required GLIBC installed on the system X XChecking for sufficient disk space in TEMP location X XChecking for sufficient disk space in Inventory location X XChecking whether the software is compatible for current O/S X XChecking for TZ region X -Checking for sufficient physical memory X XChecking for sufficient swap space X -Checking for required ulimit value X XChecking for the Hostname X XChecking for LD_ASSUME_KERNEL environment variable X - 9 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 10. Cloud Control 12cInstallation summary Installation of Cloud Control 12c became much easier than Grid Control 11g Weblogic Server fully integrated (no need to install a WLS server before), even better no need to Patch! 8 installation screens instead of 13 (for Grid Control 11g) Lots of prerequisites checks Grid Control 12c needs more resources10 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 11. dbi servicesAgenda Agenda i. Introduction ii. Installation iii. Agent deployment iv. Architecture v. New Features vi. Core messages11 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 12. Cloud Control 12cDeployment Several methods are available to deploy the agents   Setup discovery using IP scan (not agent based)  Multiple Target Discovery on single host (agent based)  Add targets manually  Silent mode using emcli  RPM method (only on Linux) Agent 12c not yet available on Windows (Q4 2012)12 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 13. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI Agent deployment methods13 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 14. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI To deploy the agent on a target, we have first to discover a host manually :14 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 15. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI The deployment procedure uses named credentials Oracle uses /usr/local/bin/sudo, a symbolic link solves the problem15 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 16. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI An older release of the agent cannot be present on the system, you have to un-install or remove it from inventory16 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 17. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI Remote prerequisites checks are performed:17 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 18. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI Finally the agent is configured on the target host:18 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 19. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI Once the agent is installed on the future managed host we can add non host targets:19 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 20. Cloud Control 12cDeployment GUI The agent directory architecture is new :Agent 12c Agent11g<agent_base_directory> <agent_base_directory> |_____core |_____ agentpatch |_____12.1.0.1.0 |_____ bin |_____plugins |_____ ccr |_____plugins.txt |_____ config |_____plugins.txt.status …… |_____agent_inst |_____ srvm |_____sbin |_____ sysman |_____agentimage.properties |_____ xdk20 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 21. Cloud Control 12cDeployment silent mode Silent mode is an alternative to add an agent using the add host target wizard: 1. Configure emcli on the OMS host 2. Download the agent software on the OMS server using emcli get_agentimage 3. Transfer the zip file to the future managed host where you want to install the agent 4. Configure the agent.rsp response file 5. Install the agent using agentdeploy.sh21 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 22. Cloud Control 12cDeployment RPM With Linux it is possible to use a RPM based installation Mandatory to have the /usr/lib/oracle directory and the rpm-build package installed We use emcli on the OMS host to generate a RPM image : emcli get_agentimage_rpm -destination=/tmp - platform="Linux x86-64" -version="12.1.0.1.0“ 1. We copy and uncompress the rpm generated file on the future managed host, and configure /usr/lib/oracle/agent.properties 2. We run /etc/init.d/config.pl to install and configure the agent 3. We have to create the /usr/lib/oracle directory with the correct permissions on the future managed host 4. The rpm-build package must also be installed22 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 23. Cloud Control 12cAgent 12c summary Deployment to multiple servers in single step 1. Remote prerequisite checks 2. Automatically register agent with OMS 3. Retry/continue from failure 4. Control operations from GUI and EMCLI23 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 24. Cloud Control 12cAgent 12c summary Consolidated summary of agent 12c from agent home page 1. Performance, usage and resource consumption metrics 2. Configuration information24 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 25. dbi servicesAgenda Agenda i. Introduction ii. Installation iii. Agent deployment iv. Architecture v. New Features vi. Core messages25 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 26. Cloud Control 12cGraphical User Interface New GUI (AJAX based, no more html based or JAVA based) New layout , based on (contextual) menus:26 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 27. Cloud Control 12cGraphical User Interface Configurable layout (some pages) allowing to configure the interface according to the user profile or needs27 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 28. Cloud Control 12cService Management Service Management Oriented features and layout (i.e. Incident and problem management), see demo later on Better integration with My Oracle Support (i.e. ORA-XXX errors are directly linked to corresponding My Oracle Support notes) Improved help and documentation28 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 29. Cloud Control 12cTarget monitoring – Admin. Groups Administration Groups and Template Collections improve the management of targets and eases the monitoring strategy Administration Groups (improvement of Grid 11g Target Groups) can be defined in hierarchies (properties of the parents inherited by the Childs) Source Oracle documentation29 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 30. Cloud Control 12cTarget monitoring – Templ. Collections Templates collections are composed of “monitoring templates” (of several types), “compliance standards” and “cloud policies” Both together provide default monitoring and management settings to the deployed targets They allow to remain targets in sync (i.e. no monitoring metrics differences) Template collections can be affected to any level of the Administration Group Hierarchy 45 default Oracle monitoring templates are provided with Cloud Control 12c (HTTP server, agent, Weblogic, aso …) Several templates can be “loaded” within one template collection30 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 31. Cloud Control 12cService Management integration Cloud Control 12c introduces some basics of the Service Management requirement  Incident, problem management are covered based on the adrci naming convention : “ORA-XXXX is a problem  Possibility to assign, monitor, acknowledge incidents  Possibility to create custom incidents  Possibility to create custom incident views31 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 32. Cloud Control 12cService Management integration Cloud Control 12c demo  Environment  Oracle Cloud Control 12c  Oracle Enterprise Linux  Demo 2  Incident generation  Incident assignment32 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 33. Cloud Control 12cTop new features Brand new interface Monitoring/management of additional products (i.e. Exadata) Improved security features with new privileges and fine grained security policies Creation of Oracle Database from Cloud Control 12c Patch Oracle Database with minimum downtime Better integration of Oracle VM 3.033 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 34. Cloud Control 12cTop new features Compare ADDM periods ASH analytics permits to dig more with better graphics New concept for User Defined Metrics called : "Metrics extensions" allowing you to create full-fledged metrics for a multitude of target types Multi Channel Access (iPhone, iPod) Service Management Integration34 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 35. dbi servicesAgenda Agenda i. Introduction ii. Installation iii. Agent deployment iv. Architecture v. New Features vi. Core messages35 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 36. Cloud Control 12cCore messages+ Cloud Control 12c is a real new milestone for the Enterprise Manager product suite+ GUI improvement, usage of menus and configurable pages+ Service management orientation+ Oracle support integration+ Many new functionalities- New product which will need time to get stabilized- Cost of several packs- High resource usage compared to 10g and 11g36 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 37. Cloud Control 12cReferences Some very interesting References to get started with Cloud Control 12c Basic Cloud Control 12c installation :http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/12c/CloudControl12cR1InstallationOnOracleLinux5And6.php TechNet Oracle :http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/oem/enterprise-manager/overview/index.html Online Demos on YouTube! accessible from TechNet :http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/oem/em12c-screenwatches-512013.html37 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services
  • 38. Cloud Control 12cAny Questions? Please Do Ask! „Have fun with Cloud Control 12c!“38 www.dbi-services.com 26.04.2012 © dbi services