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Seeking Beta Participants for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c plugin for Vmware

Greetings Vmware 'Virtualizing Oracle' Community Members:

Blue Medora is seeking interested participants for the 2nd Beta release of a forthcoming Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c based Plug-in for monitoring and managing VMware environments.

More details on the features / capabilities of EM12c Plug-in for VMware can be found here (http://bit.ly/RbM4iv).

If you have any interest in participating in the beta, you can signup online (http://bit.ly/NJXoSC) or you can directly reach out to our Beta coordinator at bryce.kaiser@bluemedora.com.

Regards, --Nathan

email: nathan.owen@bluemedora.com

blog: bluemedora.com/blog

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Simon_H
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Interesting idea. I have a couple of questions:

  • Skimming through your blog it appears you install the BM plug-in into the OMS(es), then you have to deploy to an OMA. Given that you connect to vCenter over HTTP(S) does this mean you can deploy to any OMA that has HTTP(S) access to vCenter, i.e. you don't need to have one installed directly on the vCenter server? (it appears to be an OMA running on the OMS in your example)
  • Roughly how much is this product going to cost and how are you planning to licence it?

Simon

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BlueMedora
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Simon,

I can answer that question for you.

Does this mean you can deploy to any OMA that has HTTP(S) access to  vCenter, i.e. you don't need to have one installed directly on the  vCenter server?

Yes, the VMware plug-in offers remote monitoring of your entire VMware environment.  All that is required is that the OMA has network connectivity to the vSphere server that hosts the VMware Webservices SDK. No installation is required on any VMware component.

Hope that helps,

Bryce Kaiser

bryce.kaiser@bluemedora.com

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