|Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Installation Guide for Oracle Solaris Operating System,
11g Release 1 Update 3 (184.108.40.206.0)
Part Number E18419-04
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
This documentation describes the procedures required to install and configure Enterprise Manager Ops Center.
The following is a typical sequences of tasks when installing Enterprise Manager Ops Center:
Review the system requirements to determine what equipment you need
Prepare a set of systems for software installation, including installing operating systems and verifying that adequate system resources are available
(Optional) Implement a high availability configuration
Install and configure an Enterprise Controller
Install and configure at least one Proxy Controller
The first three tasks are described in the Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center Site Preparation Guide. The final two tasks are described in this section.
Enterprise Controllers and Proxy Controllers can be installed on at least Solaris 10 11/06 (x64 or SPARC) or Oracle Linux 5.3 or 5.5.
Once systems are fully prepared, you can install and configure Ops Center. There are three components to an Ops Center installation:
An Enterprise Controller – The Enterprise Controller directs Ops Center actions and generates the Browser User Interface.
One or more Proxy Controllers – Proxy Controllers store Ops Center data and route jobs to managed systems.
Agents for managed systems – Agents communicate monitoring data and help run jobs on managed systems. Agents are installed when a system is discovered and managed.
There are three ways to install and configure Proxy Controllers:
Remotely deploy one or more Proxy Controllers as part of the Enterprise Controller configuration
Remotely deploy one or more Proxy Controllers using the Deploy Proxy Controller wizard
Manually install and configure one or more Proxy Controllers
Once the Enterprise Controller and Proxy Controllers are installed and configured, Ops Center is functional.