Oracle ORAchk & EXAchk

New Release ORAchk & EXAchk Now Available

Enhanced Elastic Stack integration

The existing ORAchk & EXAchk integration with the Elastic Stack (previously called ELK stack) has been enhanced.

Many new field tags have been added to the ORAchk & EXAchk JSON output.

The extra tags allow dashboard filtering based on facts such as:

  • Engineered System type
  • Engineered System version
  • Hardware type
  • Node name
  • OS version
  • Rack identifier
  • Rack type
  • Database version
  • And more...

The Kibana dashboard can be used to view health check compliance across the data center.

Now with these new field tags results can also be filtered based on any combination of exposed system attributes.

Collection Manager health score filtering

A new filter has been added to the Collection Manager:

Health Score <= ?

This allows results to be filtered to only show collections where the health score is less than or equal to the value specified.

The default value of the filter is 100, so will show all collections initially.

A number of other existing Collection Manager field labels have been renamed for ease of use.

Oracle Platinum Services supports Oracle Auto Service Request for qualified OEM fault events

EXAchk will now check the Oracle Platinum Services monitoring agent, the monitoring user, monitored databases, and their diagnostic directories.

This helps to ensure quality of Oracle Platinum Services monitoring and that relevant diagnostics can be supplied for faster fault resolution.

Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool included

ORAchk and EXAchk now include the Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool (DBSAT).

DBSAT analyzes database configurations and security policies to uncover security risks and improve the security posture of Oracle Databases.

All DBSAT results are included within the ORAchk and EXAchk report output, under the check "Validate database security configuration using database security assessment tool".