Enterprise Manager 13c offers a new feature allowing displaying the management packs used by a feature.
To enable the Management Pack Annotations, you select Enable Annotations from the Setup Menu –> Management Pack:
From now on your menus are filled up with acronyms more or less comprehensive, from a performance page on a target database:
From now on your menus are filled up with acronyms more or less comprehensive, for example from a performance page on a target database:
You understand quickly that DD means Database Diagnostic, and DT means Database Tuning.
If you have a look at Compliance:
DBLM should mean Database Lifecycle Management ?
By the way if we look a little bit further, the acronyms begin to be difficutl to understand:
What does WLSEE, SOAM, MPWCS … mean ?
By the way, enabling management pack annotations is a good hint to help the Oracle DBA to be conscious of the management packs thex are allowed to use or not.
If you need to disable the management pack annotations, you just have to select Enable Annotations from the Setup –> Management pack menu again.