|Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Feature Reference Guide
12c Release 1 (18.104.22.168.0)
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An icon is a small picture or symbol on a user interface (UI) that represents an action or a state.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center has a variety of icons to represent an asset, the current state of an asset, and actions. A tool tip appears when you place the mouse over an icon. Tool tips provide brief descriptions of the icons that appear in Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center.
When an icon is grayed out, it means that the feature is not functional for the current scenario or you have not been assigned the role to perform the action.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center provides you with a variety of tools for understanding and managing your datacenter. The Administration icons are associated with actions that you use to configure and manage Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. You can only enter or edit the cost of power in Administration. Following are the icons that are associated with Administration.
Badges are special types of icons that appear in the corner of asset icons to show the status of the assets.
A boot environment is an instance of a bootable Oracle Solaris image plus additional software packages that are installed onto the image, and the set of all file systems and devices (disk slices and mount points) that are required to operate an Oracle Solaris OS instance.
Following are the icons that are associated with Boot Environment.
Connectivity icons display the session mode and connectivity. To determine if you run in Connected Mode and have access to My Oracle Support Services, check the icons in the upper right corner of the UI. If an icon is not colored, you are not in connected mode. The icons indicate:
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Internet.
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Oracle Knowledge Base.
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to My Oracle Support Services.
Libraries store and manage cached data, images, packages, and metadata. A software library stores images for provisioning operations. A Storage Library is a file system on the virtual host's server or it can be accessed through an NFS server or SAN network. Guest configurations for its operating system, data, CPU, memory, and network as metadata are stored in the storage library associated with the virtual host.
Monitoring rules and policies define the monitoring parameters. Monitoring rules define the alerting conditions. Rules are associated with, and determined by, the type of managed resource. Monitoring rules state the values and boundaries for an asset's activity. A monitoring policy defines alert configurations to be performed on one or more managed resources. It contains the information needed to monitor a managed asset with user-defined alert configurations, including defined thresholds and alert monitors.
Below are the icons that are associated with monitoring rules and policies.
Manage individual hosts
Connect hosts to the Proxy Controller
Allow guests to communicate with each other or with the Internet
Connect remote JMX with the public API
Below are the icons that are associated with Network.
SPARC SuperCluster is an Oracle Engineered System, which integrates SPARC compute nodes, a ZFS storage appliance, InfiniBand switches, and Exadata database Cells into a multi-rack system. Below are the icons that are associated with SuperCluster.
Policies are lists of actions that are explicitly approved or denied. Policies are specific to operating system update and define the amount of user interaction you want when applying operating system patches and packages. Update policies define the component configuration of the system you want to update.
Virtual Datacenter or vDC is a collection of the server pools that share the common storage and network resources.