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Monitoring Aurora dbs using in-house OEM

user3794176
user3794176 Member Posts: 60 Blue Ribbon
edited May 29, 2020 8:58AM in Enterprise Manager

Hello All,

Does anyone monitor Aurora databases (MySQL and PostgreSQL-compatible) using in-house OEM? Would existing MySQL and Blue Medora PostgreSQL plug-ins work with the Amazon Aurora?

Any experience with OEM plug-in for Amazon Web Services?

Oracle salesperson told me that we can use AWS plug-in to monitor Aurora.

Thanks,

Greg

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  • Venkata Thiruveedhi-Oracle
    Venkata Thiruveedhi-Oracle Senior Principal Software Engineer Bangalore, IndiaPosts: 592 Employee
    edited May 29, 2020 6:43AM

    Hi Greg,

    I see the following document regarding the AWS & RDS monitoring from OEM.
    AWS and RDS on OEM 13c (Doc ID 2434858.1)

    Check if this gives some details.

    Best Regards,
    Venkat

  • user3794176
    user3794176 Member Posts: 60 Blue Ribbon
    edited May 29, 2020 8:28AM

    Thanks, Venkat!

    My understanding that the OEM agent deployed at AWS will be able to monitor only Oracle targets.

    I'm looking specifically for PostgreSQL and MySQL databases monitoring.

    Greg

  • Venkata Thiruveedhi-Oracle
    Venkata Thiruveedhi-Oracle Senior Principal Software Engineer Bangalore, IndiaPosts: 592 Employee
    edited May 29, 2020 8:58AM

    Hi Greg,

    I do not see a plugin for PostgresSQL .. But we do have MySQL plugin to monitor the MySQL databases in EM.

    1. Login to EM Console.

    2. Navigate to Setup  -->  Extensibility  -->  Plug-ins

    3. Under the "Databases" section you can file all the plugins available for Databases.

    Here you can see the MySQL plugin which you can install and discover the MySQL databases in EM to monitor.

    Best Regards,
    Venkat