As with any other system, you need to monitor Exadata to ensure that the system is running optimally, that no hardware failures have occurred, and that the SLAs are being met. By proactively monitoring the system, you ensure that potential problems can be fixed before they become serious problems. When mission-critical applications are deployed in Exadata, good monitoring can significantly reduce the time you spend determining the root cause of performance or availability issues.
At the same time, it’s equally important that you know what needs to be monitored. Not every situation needs to be monitored. You don’t want ...