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September 2019

What's New in Oracle Management Cloud – Global

Learn about what's new in the global areas of Oracle Management Cloud.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in September 2019

Feature Description
Changes to the getting started with Oracle Cloud workflow

The getting started with Oracle Cloud workflow has undergone changes to ensure a unified getting started experience for new and existing customers. For information on how this affects Oracle Management Cloud, see Access Oracle Management Cloud in Getting Started with Oracle Management Cloud.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in June 2019

Feature Description
Monitor Usage in Oracle Management Cloud console

You can now monitor your usage and obtain information about your billing on the Billing Usage tab on the Licensing page in the Oracle Management Cloud console.


Billing Usage tab

See Monitor Your Billing Usage in Getting Started with Oracle Management Cloud.

Create out-of-the-box entities using the REST API for Oracle Management Cloud

You can now create entities from a number of predefined WebLogic and Oracle Database entity types using the REST API for Oracle Management Cloud.

See Out-of-the-box Entity Types Reference in REST API for Oracle Management Cloud.

Create dynamic groups using the Administration console

You can now create, edit, and delete dynamic groups directly from the Administration console.


Dynamic Groups UI

See Manage Groups in Working with Oracle Management Cloud.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in March 2019

Feature Description
Auto-refresh support for Topology

When you use the Auto-refresh option on certain Oracle Management Cloud pages such as the Dashboards page, the data in the Global Context Topology panel is now refreshed too.

What's New in Oracle Database Management

Learn about what's new in Oracle Database Management.

New Features in Oracle Database Management in June 2019

Feature Description
Load data to Autonomous Databases

You can load data from an on-premises Oracle Database to an Autonomous Database on the Data Movement page of the destination Autonomous Database.

The Data Movement feature reduces the overall time and complexity involved in migrating data from an on-premises Oracle Database to an Autonomous Database. It also provides:

  • End-to-end automation for data movement.
  • Out-of-the-box analysis report for the migrated objects.
  • Deep diagnostics to identify failure in migration process and the reasons for failure.

Data Movement page

See Load Data to Autonomous Databases in Using Oracle Database Management for Autonomous Databases.

New Features in Oracle Database Management in April 2019

Feature Description
Oracle Database Management is a new component available as part of Oracle Management Cloud

Oracle Database Management enables you to monitor Autonomous Databases and on-premises Oracle Databases on a unified platform.

For information on how to use Oracle Database Management to monitor Autonomous Databases, see Using Oracle Database Management for Autonomous Databases.

What’s New in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring

Learn about what's new in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in July 2019

Feature Description
Added enable/disable option inside APM Agent Configuration Menu

You can now enable or disable multiple APM agents by using multi-select from the APM Agent list and clicking Configure.

Support for Custom Instrumentation

You can now use Custom Instrumentation to add monitoring capabilities to technologies not supported by Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

See Set Up Custom Instrumentation in Using Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in February 2019

Feature Description
Support for .side files for Synthetic Tests

You can now record scripted actions using Selenium IDE and save as a .side file and upload it when you create and schedule a synthetic test.

See Define Synthetic Tests and Supported Selenium Commands in Using Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in October 2018

Feature Description
Integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager Control Center

Through APM, you can view Database related information for an application server. You can view database operations that are grouped together by application servers, DB connections or other parameters. You can identify most used SQLs, bad SQLs, and drill down to a database in a specific context.

For information on how to view Database details, Monitor the Performance of an Application Server in Using Application Performance Monitoring.

What’s New in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring

Learn about what's new in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in August 2019

Feature Description
Advanced Notification Options: Notify based on Severity

New advanced notification options allow you to specify the alert severities on which you would like to send notifications. By default, notifications are sent when the alert is created, when it worsens in severity, and when the alert is cleared. You can change this default behavior by specifying:

  • When to notify: use default or on every severity change

    and/or

  • When not to notify: based on selected severities

These options apply only to Email, Mobile, and Slack notification channels.


Advanced Notification Options

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in July 2019

Feature Description
GoldenGate Dashboard

When monitoring a GoldenGate composite entity, the GoldenGate dashboard now displays detailed information about the members of the GoldenGate composite.


Image shows a GoldenGate composite entity and its constituent members.

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in June 2019

Feature Description
Apache Kafka

In this release, monitoring of Apache Kafka is supported. This allows you to monitor Kafka broker performance such as amount of data passed into and out of Kafka, number of partitions without in-sync replicas, or rate of in-sync replicas going high.

Enhancements to Existing Entity Types .

Database System Discovery

Single Instance database system discovery has been enhanced to also discover ASM (Automatic Storage Management).

See Discover Oracle Database Systems in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

GoldenGate

Monitoring of GoldenGate has been enhanced to support auto-collection and monitoring of logs. These include GGS Error Logs, Extract/Replicate Event Logs, and Receiver Server Logs. You can choose to enable the auto-collection of logs as part of the Add Entity process.


GoldenGate associate logs

Once GoldenGate logs have been collected, you can leverage Log Analytics capabilities to better troubleshoot and diagnose errors and performance issues in GoldenGate activity.

WebLogic Server

Metrics for WebLogic Server have been enhanced to support Server Connection Pool metrics such as Active Open Connections, Active Free Connections, or Connection Create/Close/Satisfied Throughput.

Host Process Monitoring

Process Monitoring allows you to monitor any process running on a host. In this release, process monitoring is now supported on Windows platforms.

See Host Process Monitoring in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

Alert Enhancements .

Support for Runbook

When creating an alert condition as part of an Alert Rule, you can specify notes that can contain runbook instructions (or a runbook URL) that should be followed when responding to an alert.


Runbook (note) support for alert conditions

This gives you quick access to the appropriate runbook instructions when you receive these alerts.

See Create an Alert Rule in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

Alerts Based on Statistics

When creating an alert condition, you can now use a statistical value of the metric (i.e., Average, Sum, Minimum, Maximum, Count) as the value to be used when evaluating against specified thresholds.


Statistic-based alerts

What’s New in Oracle IT Analytics

Learn about what's new in Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in March 2019

Feature Description
Support for out-of-box alerts on Exadata IOPS and Storage.

You can now use the following alert rules to receive notifications about capacity utilization of Exadata IOPS and Exadata storage resources:

  • Exadata IOPS Capacity Headroom Rule
  • Exadata Storage Capacity Headroom Rule

You can modify these rules, based on your requirement.

See About Alert Thresholds and Notifications and Modify an Alert Rule in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in February 2019

Feature Description
Access the Exadata Overview page from the new Exadata menu available in the OMC navigation pane.

See Analyze Exadata Systems with the Integrated View of Logs and Analytics in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

Set the high and low utilization threshold values for Exadata Storage and Exadata IOPS.

You can now specify the high and low threshold values in the IT Analytics Settings page. By default, the values are 75% and 25%, respectively.

See Configure Capacity Thresholds for Your Environment in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in January 2019

Feature Description
Use the new Overview page of the Exadata Analytics application for a unified view of your enterprise-wide resource utilization and performance of Exadata systems.

You can now use the Overview page for an integrated view of monitoring, logs, and analytics on Exadata systems across your enterprise. This view lets you quickly identify problems across your IT environment and implement remedial measures.

See Monitor Exadata Systems with the Integrated View of Logs and Analytics in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

What’s New in Oracle Log Analytics

Learn about what's new in Oracle Log Analytics.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in August 2019

Feature Description
Generate alerts for cluster utilities like Potential Issues and Outliers

Using clusters, you can determine the potential issues and outliers in your log records. You create alert rules that notify you upon detecting potential issues or outliers with the link by clusters feature.

See Generate Alerts for Cluster Utilities in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Generate alerts for Anomalies while using link visualization

After you have viewed your log records in the link visualization and determined the boundaries in which the anomalies typically appear, you can create alert rules to get notifications when anomalies are detected.


Generate alert for anomalies using link

An example of the Saved Search settings for a link anomaly:


Example of the Saved Search settings for a link anomaly

See Generate Alerts for Anomalies in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Time Offset function for parsers

The time offset function enables you to specify where to find the timestamp in your logs, and the timestamp expression or parser that must be used to extract it.

Example for extracting the timestamp from the file name:


Extract timestamp from the file name

Example for extracting the timestamp from the File Last Modified Time:


Example for extracting the timestamp from the File Last Modified Time

Example for extracting the timestamp from the log record:


Example for extracting the timestamp from the log record

See Time Offset Function in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Build your link command step by step

You can now build the link command step by step by first selecting the field for grouping, adding your aggregated fields, building the classify process, and finally customizing the visualization.

See Link Visualization in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Add or remove parsers for out-of-the-box log source

In an out-of-the-box log source, the default file parsers are already specified. You can now add more parsers or remove the default ones.


Custom parsers option for ootb log sources

See Edit Log Source in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

New linkdetails command

Use the linkdetails command to obtain log records in groups identified by the link command.

See Linkdetails Command in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

New Search Bar features
  • You can now format your queries by indenting every line of text present in the search bar by clicking Ctrl + i.
  • The search bar now supports two different themes, color and gray-scale. You can change the themes dynamically by changing the option in the help pop-up.
    Color theme for the text in the search bar

See Use the Oracle Log Analytics User Interface in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

Accelerate your Saved Search

When you enable accelerated search, the query is executed in the back-end periodically and the result is stored. This helps in retrieving the query result for the query's time range in lesser execution time than usual.


Accelerate your saved search

See Save a Search and Add It to a Dashboard in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Enhancements to the custom schedule for saved searches

You can select the custom interval between 15 minutes and 21 days to automatically run your saved search and notify you.

See Create Alerts for Saved Searches in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in July 2019

Feature Description
New Cluster Compare utility

The clusters visualization enables you to select two sets of clusters to compare, eliminate the common clusters, and view the unique sets for analysis.


Cluster compare dialog box to set the baseline query and time range


Compare two sets of log data using clusters

See Use Cluster Compare Utility in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Following are some typical scenarios for using the Cluster Compare utility:

Define the End Expression in the parser

When a log record is written to the file in multiple chunks and you want the agent to pick up the complete log record that includes all the chunks, use the end regex.


End regex field in the create parser page

See the section Manual Creation of the Regex Type Parser in the topic Create a Parser in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Test functionality for the Extended Field extract expression

To determine the status of match of the extract expression with the example base field content while creating an Extended Field Definition, you can now test it. In case of success in the match, the Step Count is displayed which is a measure of the effectiveness of the extract expression.


Create Extended Field Definition dialog box

See Use Extended Fields in Log Sources in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

JSON type parser

You can now create a JSON type parser where you can parse a JSON type example log content, and create Fields by identifying the JSON path.


Create a JSON type parser


Fields identified from the example log content

See the section JSON Type Parser in the topic Create a Parser in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

More action items for Saved Search

The new menu allows you to accelerate the selected search and displays the query used for the search. You can additionally copy the query to the clipboard.


New saved search action menu

Support for Conditions in Extended Field Definition

Create a new condition or re-use an existing condition while creating an Extended Field Definition. In case of a new condition, you can specify the condition field, operator, and value.


Create Extended Field Definition dialog box

See Use Extended Fields in Log Sources in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Log Metrics

Identify the key performance indicators from your logs to monitor automatically and generate metrics with them for ready access. These metrics can be stored longer than the original logs to save cost.


Create log metric dialog box

See Generate Log Metrics in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Support for Sub-Queries

Sub-queries allow the child query to provide a dynamic filter to its parent queries. Sub-queries are evaluated first, and the result is then used in the parent query.

See Write Sub-Queries in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in June 2019

Feature Description
New Link by Cluster visualization

Use the combination of link and cluster visualizations to perform the analysis of your log data. The machine learning capability of the cluster visualization to identify clusters and potential issues, and the ability of link visualization to group the log records based on the selection of fields are combined to narrow down your analysis to small anomaly groups or potential issues.


Link by Cluster analysis

See Link by Cluster in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Policy based purge

You can now create a purge policy by specifying a schedule for purging and the query to filter the log data to purge.


Policy based purge

See Purge Log Data in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Sample log data to see the working of Oracle Log Analytics features

The sample log data is available at no additional cost to explore the working of the Log Explorer and the dashboard reporting features. By using the sample log data, some sample entities, saved searches, and dashboards are created which are visible in other services of Oracle Management Cloud.


Sample data page

Use Sample Data for Analysis


Filter sample data for analysis

See Use Sample Log Data in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Export search results in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format

In addition to the previous CSV format, you can now export the search results in JSON format as well.


Export search results in JSON format

See Export the Search Results in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

ODU Client: resume command is now changed to retry command

While using the ODU Client, run the retry command to retry the uploads that were interrupted, suspended, or failed.

See Retry an Upload in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Step Count to determine the efficiency of your regex while creating a parser

While creating a parser, the regular expression test result displays the step count which is the count of the number matches of the extract expression in the example log content.


Display of step count while creating the parser

See Create a Parser in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Copy the log content to clipboard

If your log entry is very long and you want to copy it to the clipboard, then click the more link which appears below the original log content. In the Details dialog box, click Copy to Clipboard.


copy the log content to the clipboard

What's New in Data Explorer and Dashboards

Learn about what's new in Data Explorer and Dashboards.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in August 2019

Feature Description
Metric key data can now be filtered by multiple criteria

In Data Explorer, when you filter the information displayed in a widget by a metric key, you can now further filter the metric key data by multiple criteria.

For example, if you’re creating a Line widget to view information regarding the Oracle Database entity type and you have added the Storage Tablespace Name metric key in the Attribute Filter, you can now click Add Criteria in the Filter dialog and add multiple filtering criteria.

Add Criteria option

After you click Add Criteria, another row is displayed to define the next criterion. In addition, the Match all and any radio buttons are displayed in the Filter dialog and you can use them to specify if the data should match all or any of the criteria added in the Filter dialog.

Metric Key criteria
Enhancement to the Line visualization option in Data Explorer

In a Line widget, if you’re using the Group by option in the Visualize column, you can now opt to show or hide the Group labels in the widget by clicking the Options icon on the Group by option and selecting Show or Hide.

Group by Show and Hide options

In addition, the data point tooltips in the Line widget now provide Group by information.

Group by information in data point tooltip

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in July 2019

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Card, Data Grid, Donut, and Label visualization options in Data Explorer

In the Card, Data Grid, Donut, and Label widgets, you can now pin the time context selected in the Global Time Selector, including custom date ranges. To do so, select Pin Time Context in the Visualize column.

Pin Time Context option

You can select this option to ensure that any changes to the global time context are ignored and the saved time context is displayed in these widgets. For example, when a Card widget with the pinned time context is added to a dashboard, it displays data for the pinned time context rather than responding to the global time selector.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in June 2019

Feature Description
Enhancements that allow multiple users to collaborate on Dashboards

The following enhancements enable you to collaborate with other users when using Dashboards. In the Oracle Management Cloud console, you can:

  • View a dashboard's sharing status on the dashboard. An icon is now displayed on the dashboard, and it denotes whether the dashboard is private, shared with selected users, or shared with all users. Note that you can share a dashboard with selected users only using REST API and not from the Oracle Management Cloud console.
    Dashboard Status icon

  • View a dashboard that’s shared with all users in the same tenant.
  • View and edit dashboards created by other users in the same tenant, if you have the OMC Administrator role.
  • View a widget that’s shared with all users in the same tenant, and add it to your dashboard.
  • View and edit widgets created by other users in the same tenant, if you have the OMC Administrator role.

Advanced dashboard collaboration options using REST API are also available. For example, you can share a dashboard with selected users within the same tenant with the VIEW privilege. Contact Support for more information.

Enhancement to the Line visualization option in Data Explorer

When creating a Line widget, you can use the Disable Gaps option in the Visualize column to enable or disable data gaps. If you select Disable Gaps, then data gaps are ignored and a continuous line is displayed.


Disable Gaps option

Entity Status Detail added to the Data palette in Data Explorer

The Entity Status Detail attribute allows you to further filter entities based on their detailed availability status. It corresponds with the Entity Status attribute and if the status of an entity is Up or Down, then the Entity Status Detail displays the same value. However, if the status of an entity is Other, then the Entity Status Detail displays values such as Unreachable, Error, or Not Heard From.


Entity Status Detail

Out-of-the-box linking to Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring pages from the entity display name

You can click the entity display name in the Card, Table, and Data Grid widgets in Data Explorer and monitor the entity on the Monitoring > Entities page in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring. The following screenshot shows the entity display name in a Card widget.


Entity Display Name

New entity filtering enhancements in Data Explorer and Dashboards

The following are the entity filtering-related enhancements available in Data Explorer and Dashboards:

  • Expression-based filtering in Data Explorer. You can now switch to expression filtering by clicking Expression to the right of the Attribute Filter on the Data Explorer page. The expression supports Entity Type, Entity Status, and Tags.
    Expression option

  • Expression-based filtering can also be enabled as a local filter in Dashboards by clicking the Filter option above the dashboard and typing the entity filter expression in the field that’s displayed.
  • Pie charts and bar charts that are categorized using Entity Type, Entity Status, and Tags have links enabled automatically to navigate to Data Explorer and display entity listing.
  • The Tags attribute is now available in the Data palette in Data Explorer and can be used for filtering.

What’s New in Solutions for Packaged Applications

Learn about what's new in the Oracle Management Cloud solutions for packaged applications.

E-Business Suite Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for Oracle E-Business Suite Applications in August 2019
Feature Description
New EBS Workflow Health dashboard

You can view all your Workflow Group entities, and their status by accessing the EBS Workflow Health dashboard.


EBS Workflow Health dashboard

See EBS Workflow Health in Oracle Management Cloud for Oracle E-Business Suite.

Siebel Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for Siebel Applications in February 2019
Feature Description
Enhancement to the Siebel Topology view

In the Topology view, Siebel component nodes are now collated into the Siebel server node. Previously, Siebel components were displayed as independent nodes in the Topology, which made the view difficult to comprehend.

PeopleSoft Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft Applications in June 2019
Feature Description
Elasticsearch discovery is integrated with PeopleSoft

You can now choose to discover Elasticsearch entity with PeopleSoft by providing the user credentials. The discovery of the PeopleSoft composite entity can be performed through the user console or with omcli.

See step 8 in Discover a PeopleSoft Application with the Console and Discover a PeopleSoft Application with omcli in Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft.

Upload custom SSL certificate to the cloud agent trust store

If you're using a custom SSL certificate, then obtain the certificate and use omcli to add it to the cloud agent trust store.

In the releases prior to June 2019, the certificate was loaded to the JRE trust store, and each time again after the agent update. As of June 2019, you can directly upload the certificate to the agent trust store. Since the agent trust store is maintained during agent update, you will not be required to refresh the agent trust store with the certificate after the update.

See Enable Monitoring of the PeopleSoft Process Monitor in Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft.

What’s New in Oracle Orchestration

Learn about what's new in Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in August 2019

Feature Description
Remediation Action Workflow Creation and Submission

With Oracle Orchestration you can automate remediation actions using workflows. This allows for your environment to automatically respond to alerts or events, helping prevent or fix problems.

See Remediation Action Workflow Creation and Submission in Using Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in April 2019

Feature Description
JSON Data Passing and Data Extraction

Oracle Orchestration can now recover the output produced from a workflow in variable form.

See Workflow Variables and Data Passing in Using Oracle Orchestration.

Tracking for Nested Workflows

You can now view specific metric and execution details for a Nested Workflow in the Execution Details section.

See Monitor a Workflow Submission in Using Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in March 2019

Feature Description
Nested Workflows

A parent workflow can now call a child or nested workflow with its own workers and steps, allowing for complex workflows to be executed.

See Author Workflows Using V2.0 Syntax in Using Oracle Orchestration.

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