Oracle GoldenGate Best Practices: Configuring Oracle GoldenGate Monitor 12c


Oracle GoldenGate provides data capture from transaction logs and delivery for heterogeneous databases and messaging systems. Oracle GoldenGate (OGG) provides a flexible, de-coupled architecture that can be used to implement virtually all database replication scenarios.

Oracle GoldenGate Monitor provides secure viewing, management, and alerting capabilities for GoldenGate with end-to-end topology solution displays and customizable topology views.

Oracle GoldenGate Monitor is a real-time, Web-based monitoring console for the Oracle GoldenGate replication solution. Oracle GoldenGate Monitor delivers an at-a-glance, graphical view of all of the Oracle GoldenGate instances and their associated databases within your enterprise. Instantly, you can view statistics, targeted views, and alerts that will help you to monitor the performance of all of the objects in the Oracle GoldenGate configuration and detect problems, such as lag or abended processes, the moment that they occur. Oracle GoldenGate Monitor can send alert messages to its own console workspaces, as well as to e-mail, SNMP, and CLI clients.

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This document is an introduction to Oracle GoldenGate’s best practices and guidelines for configuring Oracle GoldenGate (OGG) Monitor Version 12c. This document is intended for System Administrators, Oracle Database Administrators (DBAs), Oracle Developers with some basic knowledge of Oracle GoldenGate software product and Oracle GoldenGate administrators. The document is intended to be an introductory supplement to the existing series of documentation available from Oracle.

The following assumptions have been made during the writing of this document:

•    The reader is familiar with Web technologies and have a general understanding of Windows and UNIX platforms
•    The reader has basic knowledge of Oracle GoldenGate products and concepts
•    Referencing Oracle GoldenGate Version 11.2.1 and above
•    Referencing Oracle GoldenGate Monitor Version 12c
•    Referencing OS: Oracle Linux x86-64

The complete document can be found on the Oracle Support site under the document ID: 1940596.1

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