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Enterprise Manager 12c provides a rich and powerful compliance management framework that automatically tracks and reports conformance of managed targets to industry, Oracle, or internal standards. Enterprise Manager 12c ships with compliance standards for Oracle hardware and software including Database, Exadata Database Machine, Fusion Middle Ware, VM Manager and more. These compliance standards validate conformance to Oracle configuration recommendations, best practices, and security recommendations.


This document is intended for database administrators.

This document provides you with an understanding of the provided Oracle Database related compliance standards and how to go about using them. Although the Oracle compliance standards can be customized to match a user's specific requirements, the scope of this document is to explain how to use the compliance standards as provided.

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