Blue Medora Introduces 4 New Monitoring Solutions for Oracle Enterprise Manager
April 09, 2013
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Blue Medora announced their new Utility Plugin Pack of monitoring solutions for Oracle Enterprise Manager.

The pack includes four unique plugins that integrate with and extend Oracle Enterprise Manager’s existing monitoring and performance management functionality.

The plugins include solutions for Oracle systems management, including more granular monitoring for an organization’s files and directories, time drift detection and alerting, x.509 certificate validation and expiration warning, as well as carrier-grade ping capabilities for up to tens of thousands of hosts.

“Blue Medora solutions are designed to provide maximum efficiency and effectiveness to Oracle database administrators by integrating added monitoring and functionality into their existing Oracle environments,” said Nathan Owen, Blue Medora CEO. “The plugins we are introducing to the Oracle community at Collaborate 13 are part of our ongoing partnership with Oracle to leverage the flexibility of their market-leading enterprise management system by providing solutions that give DBAs unmatched customization of their visibility into what is happening minute by minute with their organization’s IT infrastructure.”

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