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Current trends in IT systems rely on service oriented architectures, with information coming from other, often unrelated systems using HTTP-based APIs. The decentralized nature of these architectures makes it difficult to maintain a reliable centralized repository of configuration information. In order to be sure about the information from an IT system, the ideal approach would be to be able to inspect that system as needed in order to gather information that is current and reliable. This article by Ronaldo Viscuso is the first in a series that looks at key practices in information harvesting.
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The Oracle SOA Suite 12c Quick Start distributions allow you to quickly install a development or evaluation environment on a single host computer. In this post Oracle ACE Director Guido Schmutz takes you step-by-step through the process.
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Bob Netherton screwed up his Solaris 11 system so badly that the Automated Installer (AI) was no longer usable. In this blog post he explains how he used the pkg fix utility to discover what he did wrong and fix it.
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An RPM package available in Oracle Linux 6 automatically downloads and installs software packages required to install Oracle Database 11g on Oracle Linux 6. It also resolves package dependencies and adjusts kernel parameters. All you need to do is install it. Like Ginny did. Similar to a previous article, but updated by Michele Casey and Lenz Grimmer.
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It walks you through all the steps that set up your X3-2 family of Oracle servers. It makes sure you don't install the wrong version of the firmware, or forget to install one of the drivers. A cool new tool that leverages the remote console capability of the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) firmware.
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Without the Automated Installer (AI) in Oracle Solaris 11, you would have to manually install the cluster components on the cluster nodes, and then run the scinstall tool to add the nodes to the cluster. If you use the AI, instead, both the Oracle Solaris 11 and the Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.0 packages are installed onto the cluster nodes directly from Image Packaging System (IPS) repositories, and the nodes are booted into a new cluster with minimal manual intervention.