Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c: Install & Upgrade

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Course DateStart TimeEnd TimeTime ZoneLocationDaysPrice
Jan 17, 202209:0005:00ESTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase
Mar 14, 202211:0007:00EDTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase
May 9, 202209:0005:00EDTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase
Jul 25, 202209:0005:00EDTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase
Sep 12, 202211:0007:00EDTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase
Nov 7, 202209:0005:00ESTToronto - In Class or by Video Conference2$2,700 USDPurchase


Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c: Install Upgrade Ed 2

Description: In the Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c: Install Upgrade course, you’ll learn about the architecture of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c, implementation options and you'll perform a standard single-server installation. In this course we will also review the available upgrade paths from previous versions and execute a 1-system upgrade from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c 12.1.0.5. This course will review how to manage Oracle Cloud Services in your organization and the benefits of using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to do so.

Learn To:

  • Install Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c
  • Plan and execute a 1-system upgrade from Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
  • Explore the new capabilities that are unlocked when managing Oracle Cloud services

Duration: 2 Days

Course Objectives:

  • Plan a 1-system upgrade from an earlier version of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
  • Execute a 1-system upgrade from an earlier version of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
  • Describe the BI Publisher security model, and BI Publisher's relationship with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c
  • Implement the BI Publisher security model
  • Explore the new capabilities that are unlocked when managing Oracle Cloud services
  • Use Agent Push functionality to discover a host
  • Use Gold Agent Images to add a host to Cloud Control
  • Describe the available upgrade paths
  • Describe the process and considerations when planning an implementation of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c
  • Describe the architecture of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c
  • Perform a single-server install
  • Describe and execute initial setup tasks
  • Describe a 1-system upgrade scenario

Audience:

  • Database Administrators
  • Sales Consultants
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant

Prerequisites:

  • Familiarity with command line environments; Linux, Unix preferred.

Topics:

Introduction

  • What is Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c and why would I need it?
  • Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c high level overview
  • Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c UI overview
  • Oracle VirtualBox setup in the Classroom

Architecture and Implementation Options

  • Understanding the Cloud Control components
  • Compatibility And Differences Between Versions
  • Performing agent installations
  • Deployment Topologies
  • Single Server Installation Process
  • Initial Setup Console
  • BIP Security Model

Oracle Cloud In Your IT Ecosystem

  • Describe the benefits of having Oracle Cloud services in your IT Ecosystem
  • Explore how Oracle Cloud services can be managed and why Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is a superior choice
  • Describe how Enterprise Manager Cloud Control establishes a connection to Oracle Cloud services
  • Explore the new capabilities that are unlocked when Cloud Control is managing Oracle Cloud services

Upgrade Paths

  • Upgrade Paths Map
  • 12c to 13c Upgrade Utilities
  • 1-System Upgrade Process - 12c upgrade

Implementation Planning

  • Describe the Enterprise Manager Implementation Lifecycle
  • Planning a Cloud Control Implementation
  • Managing Infrastructure Growth
  • An Enterprise Manager Site
  • Sizing the Repository
  • OMR Lifecycle and Security Implementations
  • OMS Lifecycle and Security Implementations
  • High Availability Considerations
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