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Oracle plugs into Windows Server system

Oracle creates add-ons to manage mixed Microsoft and Oracle networks.

Oracle on Wednesday released seven add-ons to its management software, which are designed to monitor performance of Microsoft server applications that run in conjunction with Oracle's database.

The existing software, Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control, has been aimed at system administrators who monitor system performance and troubleshoot problems. The database company said it has enabled tracking of Oracle software running with Microsoft's products by providing plug-ins for SQL Server database, Active Directory, BizTalk Server, Commerce Server, Internet Information Services, Internet Security and Acceleration Server and the .Net Framework. The plug-ins cost $1,500 per processor and are available on the Oracle Technology Network Web site.