Enterprise Manager

What Does Enterprise Manager Mean?

An enterprise manager is a set of software features designed to help manage hardware and software on a particular platform. The term is associated with an offering from Oracle that manages proprietary and non-Oracle components of systems.


Techopedia Explains Enterprise Manager

Oracle Enterprise Manager includes various components such

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager
    Application Server Control
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control

Oracle Enterprise Manager tools may help to centralize administration and auditing
of Oracle servers, streamline operations, track compliance with industry
standards or manage database life cycles. Different management sub-functions
include things like drift management, the comparing of various configurations,
and consistency management, which can be applied to Oracle DBA environments.


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