Configuration & Performance Management<br />Oracle Enterprise Manager & WebLogic Server Management Pack<br />Fumiko Yamashita<br />Safe Harbor Statement: The views expressed on this presentation are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.<br />The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making a purchasing decision. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.<br />
WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise EditionPackaging<br />Solution Benefits<br />Minimize Downtime +Lower IT costs+Meet SLA on Performance<br />Configuration management<br />WebLogic Server Management PackEnterprise Edition<br /><ul><li>Service Level Management (Active Testing)
Configuration ManagementConsistent Configuration by WebLogic Management Pack<br />Compare and synchronize different WebLogic Environments<br />Inconsistent memory settings<br />Single view of all WebLogic configurations<br />Synchronize configuration to follow Baseline<br />Use out-of-the-box version controlto track all changes so systems can be restored like Windows “System Restore”<br />Audit all configuration changes in version control<br />
Application Performance ManagementBusiness: Meeting customer agreements on responsiveness, availability & throughput<br />Business Groups<br /><ul><li>Platinum, Gold, etc.
Accounting, Shipping, etc.</li></ul>SLAs<br />Business Instrumentation<br />Violations<br />Track business value<br />Track revenue, total orders, cost-per-fault<br />Enforces agreements in real time<br />Enables preventative and corrective actions<br />Not just reporting violations after its too late<br />
Business Challenges<br />Hard to synchronise the configuration between multiple environments (development > UAT > production).<br />No way to keep track how the configurations have been changed and how it affects the performance.<br />Our application dies often. Can’t meet the SLA for uptime (i.e. 98%). Loss of business & revenue from downtime.<br />Can’t identify the actual cause of unexpected shutdown or performance issues.<br />Takes too long to recover from troubles. No standard method for troubleshooting. Costing IT too much.<br />Hard to see what is up, what is down, which systems or pages are taking too long to respond.<br />Hard to manage. Hard to see the performance issues.<br />
Questions to You<br />How are you synchronizing the configurations between NPE & Prod?<br />How are you keeping track of all configuration changes?<br />What is the uptime percentage of your applications & SLAs? Are you meeting the SLAs required by business?<br />How are you identifying the actual cause of the unexpected shutdown and performance issues? Can you find the cause and proper fix with confidence every time?<br />What is the cost to the business by experiencing the downtime?<br />How are you monitoring the performance and configurations of your applications?<br />