This ServiceNow Management Connector Installation and Configuration Guide provides the required information to install and configure the ServiceNow Connector that integrates Oracle Enterprise Manager with ServiceNow.


This guide is written for Oracle Enterprise Manager system administrators who want to install and configure Management Connectors to enable integration between Oracle Enterprise Manager and other systems.

You should already be familiar with Oracle Enterprise Manager.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following books in the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation set:

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Basic Installation Guide

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Advanced Installation and Configuration Guide

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Upgrade Guide

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework, Host, and Services Metric Reference Manual

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Extensibility Programmer's Guide

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