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How to videos for Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager monitoring with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.4

Simon Hayler
Senior Technical Product Manager

To get you up and running with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.4 monitoring of Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager, we offer a series of free, short videos. The video use cases are based upon content from this white paper.

Oracle Enterprise Manager is a complete, integrated, and business-driven enterprise cloud management solution. Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c is the recommended management framework for managing Oracle Infrastructure Software and Oracle Engineered Systems. Oracle Enterprise Manager consists of a database repository, Oracle Management Service and Oracle Management Agents.

Oracle Enterprise Manager’s portal and incident management framework provide a single pane of glass for monitoring, where events are actioned based upon incident rules.

The Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager system is based on the oVirt project and provides an easily deployed server virtualization management platform supporting configuration, monitoring and management of an Oracle Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) environment with enterprise-grade performance and support from Oracle.

Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager delivers high performance with a modern web UI. It provides a suite of virtualization management features required to operate your data center, and includes snapshot and role based access management functions.

Oracle Linux KVM is the hypervisor used in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, giving users an easy migration path to move workloads into Oracle Cloud in the future.

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Videos are updated and added on an ongoing basis so check back regularly to see what's new.


Oracle Linux Curriculum

Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager Documentation

Oracle Virtualization Blog

Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.4 Documentation

Oracle Enterprise Manager Blog

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