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Oracle Enterprise Manager

You can install the OEM connector on your Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) to send alert data to Moogsoft Enterprise. This integration requires you to use the Oracle Enterprise Manager command line client and web UI to import and configure the OEM Connector. Before you attempt this integration, you should familiarize yourself with these Oracle Enterprise Manager tools.

The OEM integration does not allow authentication options and does not require password authentication.

When you use the integrations UI, you can only configure the visible properties. If you want to implement a more complex Oracle Enterprise Manager LAM with custom settings, see Configure the OEM LAM.

See the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation for details on OEM components.

Before You Begin

The OEM integration has been validated with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and 13c. Before you start to set up your OEM integration, ensure you have met the following requirements:

  • You have the credentials for the OEM Administrator user. For example, "sysman".

  • You have the URL for your OEM UI.

  • You can make requests from the OEM server to external endpoints over port 443.

Configure the OEM Integration

You can configure the OEM integration in Moogsoft Enterprise as follows:

  1. Navigate to the Integrations tab.

  2. Click OEM to open the OEM integration.

  3. Provide a unique integration name. You can use the default name or customize the name according to your needs.

  4. Set a Basic Authentication username and password.

Configure Oracle Enterprise Manager

These instructions provide basic guidelines to download and configure the Moogsoft OEM Connector. For details on how to use OEM Components, see the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation.

  1. Download the Moogsoft OEM Connector and copy it to the OEM bin directory.

  2. Log in to the Enterprise Manager client as the sysman user and import the OEM Connector. For example:

    emcli login -username=sysman
    emcli import_update -file=moogsoft_oem_connector-2.0.oem -omslocal
  3. Restart OEM.

  4. Login to the OEM UI as the sysman user.

  5. Navigate to Setup > Extensibility > Self Update to access the OEM Self Update Console.

  6. Select Management Connector in the Type column of the Self Update page. The Management Connector Updates view opens.

  7. In the Management Connector Updates view, select Moogsoft Connector and click Apply.

  8. Navigate to Setup > Extensibility > Management Connectors to access the OEM Management Connectors Console.

  9. Select Moogsoft Connector from the Create Connector drop-down and click Go to add a Moogsoft Connector.

  10. Configure the Moogsoft Connector as follows:


    Create Event

    The URL of your OEM integration. For example:

    Update Event

    The URL of your OEM integration. For example:


    User name

    The OEM integration username. "OEM" by default.


    The OEM integration user's password.



    Expiration Hours

    Enter the number of hours the connector waits between attempts to establish connections.

After you complete the installation and configuration, you can create Incident Rules for OEM with actions that forward events to the Moogsoft Connector.