- Taschenbuch: 752 Seiten
- Verlag: Osborne (4. April 2008)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0071492755
- ISBN-13: 978-0071492751
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,3 x 3,8 x 22,6 cm
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Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control Implementation Guide (Osborne Oracle Press) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. April 2008
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This book helps you implment Grid Control in your enterprise. This hands-on guide shows Oracle administrators how to build a robust Grid Control infrastructure through practical, jargon-free instruction and real-world examples. This infrastructure allows you to efficiently manage all of your systems. You will learn to install, configure, and maintain both Oracle and non-Oracle Grid Control products and optimize system availability and performance.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Michael New is an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) DBA and senior information systems architect with 17 years of experience in the software industry. After receiving his B.S. from M.I.T. in Aeronautics and Astronautics, he worked for six years as a software engineer, principally on the GPS satellite program at Rockwell. For the past 11 years, Michael has worked as an Oracle core and Oracle Applications DBA. He began as a full-time DBA, moved into consulting with an Oracle partner, then served as a Technical Manager for Oracle Consulting before launching his own firm, New DB Solutions. Michael has implemented the full array of Oracle products for clients in many industries, including the Oracle E-Business Suite, RAC, Data Guard, RMAN, Application Server, and Grid Control (in which he is a recognized authority). Michael has authored several white papers on database administration, has been a presenter at Oracle OpenWorld, and was a technical editor for a McGraw-Hill Professional book on Oracle Database 10g. Michael lives in New York City with his five-year-old daughter, Leah. You can reach him at Michael@ NewDBsolutions.com or through his companys web site, www.NewDBsolutions.com.
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ARE YOU REALLY SURE TO WANT TO SPEND LOT OF YOUR TIME to implement THIS tool ?
what are your needs and the time you expect to spend on it ?
are you ready to manage the complexity of this tool (OK you can manage a lot of things with it: databases, hosts, application servers, etc... but this has a cost) ?
Have you checked for other tools (Quest ?, ...)
it is really hard to master this tool and you may have headhacks with the installation and deployement !
the agent itself is quite big (arround 3GB on AIX for instance), very dependent on the host (have a clean /etc/hosts, the proper packages installed, ...), so having all the prerequisites OK on the target hosts is a great waste of your time, expecially if you have to follow ITIL processes (change management); my advice is to collect first all the pre-requisites status on the target hosts to be able to weight the effort and measure the progress of your work.
Now, if you really want to deploy this tool, my remarks on the book itself:
As said in the title, the book deals with the implementation only, with a quite good coverage, so almost nothing is said about reports
(which are quite poor in the standard: no really performance or capacity reports), jobs, user-defined metrics
(I agree that another entire book is needed to cover that; for instance the tables/views of the management repository is poorly described; if an editor is reading this comments I am interested in writing such a book;-)) ).
The style is quite verbose and should be more concise; at least it contains very few errors.
A "quick start" chapter is missing as well as chapter dealing with the silent install/software only.
The book deals with the 10.2.0.4 version; an improved version 10.2.0.5 has now been released with quite a lot improvements (and still several bugs) and furthermore the 11g release is also available (expected to have bugs so 10.2.0.5 should be more reliable).
In my opinion the book is not enough "project" oriented, especially if you are in an ITIL oriented company: indeed, you will spend weeks or months to have it implemented in your company and if your are only a poor DBA (like me)
and not a projet manager, you will waste your time if you are not trained to developp your projet management skills.
For very small companies, you can avoid the agent installation on each host and manage all your databases from a single agent (the one installed on the OMS host) : this is not said on this book.
It is not explained wich files are to be removed on a regular basis.
It is good to use the DBSNMP account for the monitoring of the databases with the agent but you should create your own credentials for your users (that can be not a DBA): this is not explained.
The management of the standby databases requiers that the DBSNMP account be granted as DBA.
This said I advice to buy this book.
The author discusses about every possible configuration for Grid Control as well as how to setup the monitoring and metrics. He then gets into security, auditing, and day-to-day maintenance and administration of GC. I don't know what I would do without this guide. It fills in all the gaps beautifully.
The structure of the book is well thought out and easy to use.
Big thanks to Michael New for writing this fine book.