You must have certain Administrator accounts to use Oracle Enterprise Manager for Autonomous Databases.
The following table lists the Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator accounts and the Autonomous Database-related tasks users assigned these can perform. For information on how to create administrators in Oracle Enterprise Manager, see Creating Roles and Administrators in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Getting Started Guide.
|Super Administrator (sysman)||This is the Oracle Enterprise Manager Super
Administrator and is created by default when Oracle Enterprise Manager
Specific to Autonomous Databases, the Super Administrator can:
|Database Administrator||The Database Administrator is created and assigned by
the Super Administrator, and has full access to the database and can
perform any operation on the database.
Specific to Autonomous Databases, the Database Administrator can:
See Creating a Database Administrator Account in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Security Guide.
Other than the two Oracle Enterprise Manager administrator accounts, you must also have the user accounts listed in the following table, which are created when the Autonomous Transaction Processing – Dedicated database is created.
|Database Admin User (Admin)||This is the super user for the Autonomous Transaction
Processing – Dedicated database and is required for real-time database
Note: The Admin user can also perform monitoring tasks, however, it is recommended that the Monitoring User (adbsnmp) account is used for monitoring.
|Monitoring User (adbsnmp)||This user is created out-of-the-box when the Autonomous
Transaction Processing – Dedicated database is created in Oracle Cloud
Infrastructure. This account is locked by default and you can reset the
password and unlock it using Oracle Enterprise Manager or any SQL
The adbsnmp user can: