Management Plug-Ins

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Management Plug
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Ins

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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Identify the available Management Plug
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ins


Discuss the benefits of managing third
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party
components with Enterprise Manager


Describe the monitoring functionality provided for
third
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party components


Deploy Management Plug
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ins


List the steps involved in creating a custom
Management Plug
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in

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Extensibility Using Management Plug
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Management Plug
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Ins

Management Plug
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ins:


Enable Grid Control to manage and monitor new
components


Enable you to extend system coverage in a systematic
way


Can be developed by:


Oracle


Partners


Customers

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Available Management Plug
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Ins

The following Management Plug
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ins are currently available:


Middleware


BEA WebLogic


IBM WebSphere


Microsoft .NET Framework


Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)


Microsoft Active Directory


Microsoft BizTalk Server


Microsoft Commerce Server


Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server


Databases


IBM DB2


Microsoft SQL Server


Networks


F5 BigIP Local Traffic Manager


Check Point Firewall


Juniper Netscreen Firewall


Storage


Net App Filer


EMC Celerra

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Benefits of Management Plug
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Ins

Centralize all management information in a single console.

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Benefits of Management Plug
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Ins

Apply the monitoring and management features to non
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Oracle components.

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Benefits of Management Plug
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Ins

Perform comprehensive service modeling and Root Cause
Analysis (RCA).

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Support for Non
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Oracle Databases

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Support for Network Devices

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Support for Storage Devices

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Support for Non
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Oracle J2EE Servers

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Support for Microsoft Middleware

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Importing Management Plug
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Deploying Management Plug
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Importing and Deployment: Demonstration

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Creating Custom Management Plug
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Ins

Custom Management Plug
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in creation involves the
following processes:


Design: Determine what metrics are required to monitor
your target, threshold values for alerts, and collection
schedules.


Develop: Create the methods used to retrieve the
metrics by defining the target type metadata and
collection files, and any required support files such as
monitoring scripts and/or report definition files.


Validate: Using the supplied XML validation tool
(ILINT), validate the XML used to define the target
metadata and collection files.


Package: Create a Management Plug
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in Archive using
the EM CLI.

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Developing Management Plug
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Ins

When you develop Management Plug
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ins, you essentially
create the following two files:


target_type.xml
:


Is required to define the target type


target_collections.xml
:


Required to specify the collection schedule

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Custom Management Plug
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In Home Page

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Using Management Plug
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In Reports

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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to:


Identify the available Management Plug
-
ins


Discuss the benefits of managing third
-
party
components with Enterprise Manager


Describe the monitoring functionality provided for
third
-
party components


Deploy the Management Plug
-
ins


List the steps involved in creating a custom
Management Plug
-
in