Monitoring OBIEE Performance for the End User with JMeter from EM12c

Friday, November 8th, 2013 by

This is the third article in my two-article set of posts (h/t) on extending the monitoring of OBIEE within EM12c. It comes after a brief interlude discussing Metric Extensions as an alternative using Service Tests to look at Usage Tracking data. Moving on from the rich source of monitoring data that is Usage Tracking, we […]

Building alerts in EM12c with OBIEE Usage Tracking data

Friday, November 1st, 2013 by

Introduction Enterprise Manager 12c is the latest and greatest incarnation of Oracle’s toolset for Enterprise Management (the clue’s in the name), of which Cloud Control (neé Grid Control) is one of the key tools. It can be used for a unified overview of disparate services including servers, databases, and of course OBIEE. Monitoring and alerting […]

Advanced monitoring of OBIEE with Nagios

Friday, September 14th, 2012 by

Introduction In the previous articles in this series, I described an overview of monitoring OBIEE, and then a hands-on tutorial for setting up Nagios to monitor OBIEE. Nagios is an Enterprise Systems Management tool that can monitor multiple systems and servers, send out alerts for pre-defined criteria, and so on. In this article I’m going […]

An introduction to monitoring OBIEE with Nagios

Thursday, September 13th, 2012 by

Introduction This is the second post in a mini-series on monitoring OBIEE. The previous post, Automated Monitoring of OBIEE in the Enterprise – an overview, looked at the overview and theory to why and what we should be monitoring. In this post I am going to walk through implementing a set of automated checks on […]

Automated Monitoring of OBIEE in the Enterprise – an overview

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 by

A lot of time is given to the planning, development and testing of OBIEE solutions. Well, hopefully it is. Yet sometimes, the resulting deployment is marked Job Done and chucked over the wall to the Operations team, with little thought given to how it is looked after once it is running in Production. Of course, […]

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