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Applies To: Oracle Database version 12c and later
Oracle Database Service is just one of the Oracle offerings that provide Oracle Database. Users can create databases on DB systems, which are either bare-metal servers or virtual machines with block volumes.
EventTracker, when integrated with the Oracle database, enables users to view critical information related to activities performed in the Oracle database. This information is represented in the form of a flex report, alert and graphical/ pictorial representation (dashboard).
Flex reports contain a detailed overview of activities like login/ logout, login failed, SQL syntax errors, procedure related activities, oracle database data access activities (INSERT, DELETE, etc.).
Alerts are provided as soon as any critical event occurs in the oracle database. Such as login failed or user login from a new IP address or system, etc.
Top activities performed in the oracle database to unauthorized user access (failed) are viewed on the EventTracker dashboard from visual representation/ overview.
Once events are received into EventTracker, Reports, Knowledge Objects, Categories and Dashboards are configured into EventTracker.
EventTracker monitors all the oracle database events and can be categorized as below.
Once the Oracle database is configured to deliver events to EventTracker Manager; alerts, dashboards, and reports are configured into EventTracker.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker version 9.x and later, and Oracle database v12c and later.
For more information please refer to the Oracle Integration guide
To configure Oracle to send logs to EventTracker, refer to the How-to Guide.