oracle (Oracle Database Monitoring)

The Oracle Database Monitoring (oracle) probe monitors your Oracle databases to detect, diagnose, and resolve any performance issues. This information is presented to the database administrators as reports and alarms, when the database performance crosses a specified threshold. The probe can monitor both local and remote Oracle database instances.
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The Oracle Database Monitoring (oracle) probe monitors your Oracle databases to detect, diagnose, and resolve any performance issues. This information is presented to the database administrators as reports and alarms, when the database performance crosses a specified threshold. The probe can monitor both local and remote Oracle database instances.
You can configure multiple profiles to extract vital information about your database servers at specified intervals. Database administrators can use this information to tune and optimize database performance, and do capacity planning.
The probe monitors Real Application Cluster (RAC), which is configurable only through the Admin Console GUI.
The probe also provides multi-tenancy support, which allows you to monitor Oracle 12c container database (CDB) and pluggable database (PDB). A CDB is similar to a conventional database containing controlfiles, datafiles, data dictionary, redo logs, tempfiles, undo, and so on. A PDB only contains information specific to its objects.