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New feature in the 12.1.0.4.x OEM agents – Metrics Browser

Actual content being collected depends on what plugins are available on the agent.

https://(agenthostname):(port)/emd/browser/main

(agenthostname):(port) obtained from $AGENT_HOME/bin/emctl status agent


oem_agent_metric_browser_login_ss1Metric Browser Login

Top of Form

Enter user ID and password:
Agent UserName or root Password

PDP Type
None Sudo PowerBroker

RunAs Username Profile name (only applicable if PowerBroker)
And then click this button:

Bottom of Form


Screenshot of OEM 12.1.0.4.0 Agent Metric Browser
Screenshot of OEM 12.1.0.4.0 Agent Metric Browser

EMAGENT 12.1.0.4.0

Health Meter Score Schedule Properties Upload System Top Target/Metric Cpu Reports System State Dumps Agent Key Performance Charts Agent KPI Charts
100.0 Schedule Properties Upload System Top Target/Metric Cpu Reports System State Dumps Agent Key Performance Charts Agent KPIs

Target List

TargetType TargetName BrokenCode BrokenReason Status Version Runtime Version Blackout Status Master ScheduleStatus HealthScore Severities Schedule CollectionItems Target Events
Host (hostname) 0 MONITORED 4.4 2 false true OPERATIONAL 99.6 Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Concurrent Processing (ORACLE_SID)-Core Managers for Concurrent Processing 0 MONITORED 12.03 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Custom Oracle Concurrent Program (ORACLE_SID)-AUS_FNDGSCST 0 MONITORED 12.02 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Custom Oracle Concurrent Program (ORACLE_SID)-(ORACLE_SID)_7BK_AGING 0 MONITORED 12.02 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle E-Business Suite Custom Objects (ORACLE_SID)-Oracle E-Business Suite Custom Objects Configuration 0 MONITORED 12.01 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Internal Concurrent Manager (ORACLE_SID)-Internal Concurrent Manager 0 MONITORED 12.02 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle E-Business Suite Node (ORACLE_SID)-Infrastructure (ORACLE_SID)_(hostname)-Database Context 0 MONITORED 12.03 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle E-Business Suite Patch Information (ORACLE_SID)-Oracle E-Business Suite Patch Information Configuration 0 MONITORED 12.03 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle E-Business Suite Workflow (ORACLE_SID)-Workflow Infrastructure 0 MONITORED 12.02 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Workflow Agent Listener (ORACLE_SID)-Oracle Workflow Agent Listener 0 MONITORED 12.01 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Workflow Background Engine (ORACLE_SID)-Workflow Background Engine 0 MONITORED 12.01 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Workflow Notification Mailer (ORACLE_SID)-Oracle Workflow Notification Mailer 0 MONITORED 12.01 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Database Instance (ORACLE_SID) 0 MONITORED 5.3 2 false true OPERATIONAL 99.3 Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Database Instance (ORACLE_SID) 0 MONITORED 5.3 2 false true OPERATIONAL 100.0 Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle E-Business Suite (ORACLE_SID)-Oracle E-Business Suite 0 MONITORED 12.03 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Agent (hostname):(port) 0 MONITORED 12.4 6 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Agent proxy (hostname):(port)_proxy 0 MONITORED 12.01 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Home OraDb11g_home1_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.0 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Home OraDb11g_home2_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.0 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Home agent12c1_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.0 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Oracle Home agent12c2_18_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.0 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Listener LISTENER_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.7 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events
Listener (ORACLE_SID)_(hostname) 0 MONITORED 2.7 2 false true OPERATIONAL Severities Schedule CollectionItems Events

Timestamp = 2015-06-16T10:37:34.693-07:00

Logout https://(hostname):(port)/emd/browser/logout

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Each clickable link allows you to see what each metric being collected is actually collecting, and what the current values that are being passed to the OEM OMS Repository look like.

This is referenced in the My Oracle Support document:

List Of All Metrics In Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control (Doc ID 1678449.1)

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Healthcare.gov and You – An @IOUG IT Project Perspective

http://www.ioug.org/p/bl/ar/blogaid=147

How Lucky Do You Feel today to be working on lesser-known web projects instead of healthcare.gov?

(photo By Charles Dharapak, AP) Would you care to be in Mr. Jeffery Zients shoes as the latest consultant brought in to fix a website application that has garnered the attention of world-wide press, and has the public chattering about a mis-fired IT project implementation? — http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_HEALTH_OVERHAUL_PROBLEMSNew boss for fixing the balky health care website

(ed – nevermind that spelling and grammar checks appear to be missing from the AP News articles in light of getting the story out expediently…)

How about being in the place of Quality Software Services Inc.(QSSI) owned by a unit of UnitedHealth Group (http://www.qssinc.com/industryPartners.html), with the original role as lead web application designer, now being directed to become the equivalent of a Construction Manager, to orchestrate the other subcontractors towards a viable and scalable solution?

A big data back-end powered under Metropolis (http://www.palantir.com/platforms/#metropolis) which is a Hadoop extension set. Thought this was far away from your own sphere of knowledge?  Nope – it’s Oracle-based, in a lot of areas.  Notice the Platinum Partner status on QSSI’s page?

I’m quite sure that all of this will be closely watched by the IT public community at-large as a primary example of watching our federal government, normally not known for subscribing to AGILE and RAD practices in its projects, suddenly become responsible for a monster of a custom web application with a zero-defects requirement due-date of 12/15/2013 .

All of you have been part of post-Go-Live (10/2/2013) projects wherein the defect lists soar, and post-implementation patches, data changes, and no-bounce needed updates get immediately Sev 1 prioritized. But how many of you have had to deal with the public skewering your work through dozens of daily news articles and political representatives posturing to ensure “the person to be blamed will be fired?” —   http://bigstory.ap.org/article/insurers-others-say-obamacare-glitches-fixable

How about having your User Experience testing shot at by the general public, when your UAT instance was never allowed to see the light-of-day by end-users (public) prior to Go-Live? — http://bigstory.ap.org/article/questionable-design-blamed-health-website-woes

Of course, back a month earlier were some buried stories wherein the major software and service contractors were already expressing guarded caution for what would be a “rocky launch” based upon compressed delivery schedules, and mitigated test plans foreshortened to tighten the Go-Live date.  And even though there were plans for alternative sign-ups through call-in centers, in-person, and by-mail application, the one that got 100% of the public’s attention was: the website (http://www.healthcare.gov) — http://bigstory.ap.org/article/obamacare-contractors-project-confidence

So, how lucky do you feel not being a software consultant like QSSI, or CGI Federal (http://www.cgi.com/en/us-federal/services-solutions), now being brought in front of congressional committees to explain why a lack of appropriate IT project management by the end-user customer (the Office of Management and Budget) caused two otherwise operationally-compliant application systems (one a e-commerce website, and the other a commodity trading center/cafeteria application) to be unable to scale to demand when combined together for the first time, without adequate regression testing (plus a pushed Go-Live date, of course)?

How would you solve this project debacle – you’re in IT, and an Oracle expert aren’t you?