Release 3 of Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g ships

Oracle has announced the general availability of release 3 of Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g.

Oracle has announced the general availability of release 3 of Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g.

Release 3 of Oracle's enterprise management system includes better management capabilities for packaged applications and service oriented architecture (SOA) applications, new Oracle Fusion Middleware, and improved lifecycle management capabilities.

Oracle has also announced the general availability of Oracle Application Management Packs for the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s Siebel CRM, which can be used with Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g release 3.

Spanning applications, middleware and database management, Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g release 3 is designed to enable IT departments to achieve greater agility, better service quality and lower operational costs. 

Oracle said the system enabled its 21,000-plus customers to manage their applications from top to bottom – from monitoring service levels to proactively isolating exceptions before they affected business, and addressing issues at every level of the IT stack.

Oracle Fusion Middleware offers management capabilities for the services that business applications rely on, including SOA, business activity monitoring and identity management. 

Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g release 3 also comes with greater support for Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager through the Oracle Management Pack for Identity Management.  

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