Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) enables database administrators to monitor Dell PowerEdge servers in a database environment. It also supports mapping of databases to Dell EMC hardware for faster fault detection. Customers can also launch an OpenManage Enterprise to perform further troubleshooting, configuration, and management activities.
The Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for OEM supports the following Dell devices:
The Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 13C installer (22.214.171.124.0_dell.em.xome_2000_0.opar) and open source licenses and attribution are packaged in the self- extracting 126.96.36.199.0_dell.em.xome_2000_0.zip file. Before installing this version of the plug-in, download the latest Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for OEM documents at the .
For the latest information about software requirements, management server requirements, hardware platforms support, known issues, and limitations, see the Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager Installation Guide and Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager Release Notes at .
The Dell EMC OpenManage Plug-in is an integral part of OEM. The following diagram explains how the Oracle Management Server (OMS) and Oracle Management Agent (OMA) communicates with the Dell EMC OpenManage Server to collect and present information in the OEM.
Once the plug-in is deployed onto the OMS and the OMA, it communicates with the Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise Server which is installed on a separate host.
A managed agent that communicates with Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise server using REST API and pulls the device metrics at regular intervals. Then the OMA pushes the collected metrics to the OMS which persist into the database.
The plug-in deployed on the agent will discover newly added or removed devices from the Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise. These discovered individual target devices can be promoted using the AutoDiscovery feature in OEM for monitoring purpose.