The changes in this guide reflect the new features in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 1.
Of particular interest:
Added problem analysis information to Chapter 2, "Managing Middleware Targets."
Problem Analysis allows you to see all information related to specified target issues in one place. It allows you to choose a problematic spike in a metric chart and do root cause analysis based on system knowledge, enabling you to narrow the scope of the problem quickly. You can use Problem Analysis in Cloud Control to help you inspect metrics, related metrics, target status information, incidents, and logs during troubleshooting.
Node manager discovery/monitoring is now available. See Section 2.2, "Monitoring Middleware Targets" for information.
Multi-tenancy is now available.
Multi-tenancy, as it relates to Oracle WebLogic Server, refers to domain partitions that provide dedicated servers and domains to multiple applications. See Section 2.2.9, "Using Multi-Tenancy"for more information.
This release changes how users connect RUEI to Enterprise Manager, making it simpler to connect a RUEI system to Enterprise Manager. For information, see Section 17.3, "Registering RUEI/BTM Systems."
This release supports the new End User Services target for Business Applications and provides a dashboard of EUS, BTM, System and Service Association targets. For more information, see Section 17.5, "Monitoring Business Applications."
This release introduces the service level End User Services (EUS) target. This target allows you to monitor web applications from Enterprise Manager. It requires a RUEI association, and enables users to access details in Enterprise Manager previously only available from RUEI. The EUS has the same name as the RUEI Application, Suite or web service, and is used to create a business application. For more information, see Section 17.6, "Monitoring End User Experience."
Added Chapter 19, "Troubleshooting Middleware Applications Using Enterprise Manager" which describes useful techniques for using Enterprise Manager to troubleshoot applications.
This release introduces the Java Workload Explorer (JWE)
Java Workload Explorer provides a detailed view of all performance statistics associated with the JVM and JVM Pool targets. See Section 21.13, "Using Java Workload Explorer"for information.
Support for JBoss Application Servers 7.x and other updates - Chapter 35, "Discovering and Monitoring JBoss Application Server."
Chapters and appendixes related to Application Dependency and Performance have been deleted.
This feature was deprecated in Enterprise Manager 13c Release 1.