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xzhang9
Occasional Contributor

oracle monitor tool

Dear all,

We are looking for some oracle monitor tool in windows.
Here are some tools I have heard of:
Embarcadero (don't know what the tool is called specifically)
Confio "Ignite"
Quest "Spotlight on Oracle" (what about "Foglight") - definitely check this out
Oracle "Enterprise Manager Grid Control"

I know we want to get the existing WhatsUpGold product to actively ping the server and send an immediate SMS Text or phone when Oracle doesn't respond.

What are your recommendations?

Thanks,

Jane
6 REPLIES
TwoProc
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

I like Spotlight. I don't know if the latest versions send SMS text, but I pretty much doubt that one.
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Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

hi Jane,

Manage Engine Application Manager is another good one.

hope this helps too!
kind regards
yogeeraj
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Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

Grid control is good one for oracle monitoring.

Another way you can use Manage engine Application Manager.

Bothe tools are very good.
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xzhang9
Occasional Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

Hi all,

Thanks for your feedback. Which one is cheapest for oracle in window?

Thanks,

Jane
Geoff Wild
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

The DBA's here use Grid Control and like it a lot.

They even gave nme an id so that I can "compare" things it sees with what I see at the O/S level.

Vspinfo monitors MySQL - you might be able to modify it...

http://www.labradordata.ca/home/13

Rgds...Geoff
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Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle monitor tool

Hmm, no hpux component, no hp component.
No point replying.
Cheers,
Hein.