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Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Cloud Control


Duration: 3 Days

Method: Instructor-led. Hands-on Workshops

Price: $1920.00

Course Code: OR5540


Database Administrators and Oracle Support Personnel


Explore the core functionality of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c and how to use Cloud Control to manage an enterprise-computing environment. Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (OEM) is a comprehensive, hands-on 3 day course that explores the core functionality of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and how to use Cloud Control to manage an enterprise-computing environment.


Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Learn how to use Cloud Control to organize your managed enterprise.
  • Describe roles and privileges
  • Learn how to monitor the overall performance and health of your system.
  • Manage incidents and setting up notifications.
  • Understand how to use the Job System to automate commonly performed tasks.
  • Learn how to patch and provision new systems.
  • Create and use Cloud Control reports


None. Taking the Themis Oracle Database Administration course OR5510 would be helpful.


  • I. Introduction
    • Describe Enterprise Manager Cloud Control as a single point of management and explain the benefits it provides
  • II. Cloud Control Core Concepts
    • Confirm your understanding of the Cloud Control architecture
    • Explore the Enterprise Manager interface
  • III. Organizing Targets into Groups
    • Define and distinguish Enterprise Manager groups
    • Describe the benefits of using groups
    • Explain target properties and how they relate to groups
    • Create various types of groups
    • Set up a monitoring hierarchy
  • IV. Monitoring
    • Explain the monitoring infrastructure and the process of creating standards for monitoring your enterprise
    • Identify out-of-the-box monitoring settings
    • Customize metric settings
    • Create and apply monitoring templates and template collections, and relate them to Administration Groups
    • Describe metric extensions
  • V. Managing Events and Incidents
    • Describe the use of events, incidents, and problems in OEM Cloud Control
    • Access Incident Manager to manage events, incidents, and problems
    • Perform incident lifecycle operations
    • Responding to Events, Incidents, and Problems
  • VI. Using the Job System
    • Define and describe jobs and related terms
    • Explain the difference between job steps, executions, and job runs
    • Create and manage jobs of different types
    • View job activity
  • VII. Managing Systems and Services / Patching and Provisioning
    • Define software lifecycle management
    • Describe the different roles and responsibilities
    • Define provisioning, patching, and the Software Library
    • Review configuration of the Software Library
    • Use deployment procedures for provisioning and patching automation
    • Patch software
  • VIII. Managing Configurations
    • Explain the need for configuration management
    • Describe configuration management
    • View configurations of managed targets
    • Compare configurations of managed targets
    • View the configuration summary for managed targets
    • Use change activity planning
  • IX. Managing Compliance
    • Define compliance management: framework, standards, rules, and facets
    • Describe the predefined compliance standards
    • Assign compliance standards to targets
    • Explain the compliance evaluation method
    • Analyze compliance results
  • X. Using the Cloud Control Reporting Framework
    • View and customize out-of-the-box reports
    • Create custom reports
    • Schedule reports