If you are running Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) application today you will now be able to perform an auto discovery of all related resources in OCI Stack Monitoring. It will collect metrics specific for your EBS resources as well as ability to perform correlation across the EBS application and infrastructure stack as well as enable proactive alerting.
Components that will be auto discovered includes:
Concurrent Processing Node
Today, Stack Monitoring service supports EBS version 12.1 and 12.2 deployments hosted on OCI, On-Premise or Third Party Cloud (eg. AWS, Azure).
In the example, I will show you how you can configure Stack Monitoring for EBS version 12.2.
Oracle Cloud Agent (OCA) – This agent is deployed by default if you provision hosts via the OCI Compute Service. OCA has extensions and plugins which can be used to enable other features native to OCI Compute Services.
Management Agent (OMA) – This agent is a standalone version where you can deploy to hosts or VMs: – That do not have OCA installed on OCI eg. OCI Database Services (eg. Oracle Base VM/BM, ExaCS). – On-Premise – Third Party Cloud (AWS, Azure etc..)
Please see the current O&M support we have for each agent:
Oracle Cloud Agent (OCA)
OCI Compute VM / BM Host
Oracle Management Agent (OMA)
Other VM Host (including on-premise and 3rd party cloud)
OMA Agent Install
In previous post, I have provided steps on how you can install the Oracle Management Agent.
OCA Agent Install
For this post, let me show you how easy it is to enable the O&M services for Oracle Cloud Agent (OCA).