To help customers simplify management of complex IT environments, Oracle is extending Oracle Enterprise Manager capabilities to MySQL databases. With this new offering, customers can manage complex deployments of Oracle technologies that include MySQL, either on-premises or in a cloud hosting environment.
Existing users of Oracle Enterprise Manager can now easily add MySQL to their environments. With this capability, customers can now manage their applications and technology stack, including web and departmental applications that rely on MySQL, all from a single console.
With this solution, IT organizations and public cloud hosting service providers can manage on-premises deployments as well as private and public clouds powered by Oracle technologies, including MySQL. It also provides an easy path for existing users of Oracle Enterprise Manager to adopt MySQL.
With Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database, customers can benefit from:
- Auto-discovery of MySQL targets
- Availability monitoring
- Configuration and metrics collection
- Performance dashboards
- Configurable thresholds
MySQL Enterprise Edition customers can download Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database, Release 5.5 and higher, which is available on Oracle Linux and other Linux distributions, Microsoft Windows, and Oracle Solaris. Oracle is also announcing new commercial extensions for MySQL Enterprise Edition, including new backup, auditing, and enterprise encryption capabilities.
“Many Oracle customers using Oracle Enterprise Manager also have instances of MySQL Enterprise Edition running within their organization,” said Tomas Ulin, vice president, MySQL Engineering, Oracle. “By offering Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database we are simplifying our customers’ IT management and monitoring environment, with a single integrated solution.”