Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 0 – Master Index

Quick links to all the major sections in the series:

  1. Hardware.
  2. Software.
  3. Install Oracle VM Software.
  4. Configure Oracle VM Server.
  5. Create VMs.
  6. Build OEM Cloud Control Server.
  7. Build Oracle RAC Servers.
  8. SSH, DNS & CVU.
  9. Build Shared Storage Server.
  10. Install Oracle GI & Database Software.
  11. Oracle RAC Databases: Create, Test & Administer.
  12. Use Oracle Recovery Manager. (In Progress)
  13. Configure Oracle Data Guard. (In Progress)
  14. Install, Configure & Use Oracle GoldenGate. (Coming Soon)

Links to the details of each section:

Part Section or Task Notes
Part 1: Hardware.
Hardware Summary Approximate Costs
Oracle VM Server HP ProLiant DL380
Oracle Database 12c & Oracle VM Manager Server Customized PC
Shared Storage Server Customized PC
Gigabit Network Switch #1 D-Link 16 port
Gigabit Network Switch #2 D-Link 8 port
KVM 4 Port USB/PS2
Screen ViewSonic LCD
Keyboard PS/2
Mouse USB
UPS #1 Tripp Lite
UPS #2 CyberPower
Network Cables Cat 6
Shelving InterMetro
Cooling Fan 20" Box Fan
Part 2: Software.
Oracle VM Virtualization
Oracle Linux Operating System
Oracle VM Console Virtualization Console
Oracle Database 12c Database
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Management Console
Oracle Enterprise Manager Repository Database Template Database Template
Oracle ASMlib rpm Storage RPM
Oracle GoldenGate Data Replication
Openfiler Shared Storage
FileZilla Secure FTP
Putty Command Line Interface
ImgBurn ISO Burner
X-Win32 X Windows Server
Part 3: Install Oracle VM Software.
Task #1: Install Oracle VM Server Installation steps for OVM Server
Task #2: Install Oracle VM Manager Installation steps for OVM Manager
Part 4: Configure OVM Server.
Task #1: Discover the OVM Server Start using OVM Manager
Task #2: Create a Server Pool Create the default Server Pool
Task #3: Create Storage Repositories Carve up the storage
Task #4: Create VM Networks Virtual Machines need Virtual Networks
Part 5: Create VMs.
Task #1: Create ORAEMCC_VM Cloud Control VM
Task #2: Create ORASVR01_VM DB Server VM
Task #3: Create RACNODE1_VM RAC node VM
Part 6: Build OEM Cloud Control Server.
Task #1: Install Oracle Linux OS installation
Task #2: Configure Oracle Linux OS configuration
Task #3: Install Oracle Database 12c DB software installation
Task #4: Create a Repository Database Use an Oracle template
Task #5: Install OEM Cloud Control OEM software installation
Task #6: Starting and Stopping Cloud Control Essential admin tasks
Part 7: Build Oracle RAC Servers.
Task #1: Install Oracle Linux on RACNODE1_VM OS installation
Task #2: Configure Oracle Linux on racnode1 OS configuration
Task #3: Clone RACNODE1_VM Shortcut to creating additional VMs
Task #4: Modify racnode2 Customize a clone of racnode1
Part 8: SSH, DNS & CVU.
Task #1: Setup SSH Secure Shell setup
Task #2: Configure DNS Domain Name System setup
Task #3: Run the CVU Cluster Verification Utility execution
Part 9: Build Shared Storage Server.
Task #1: Install Openfiler OS installation
Task #2: Configure Openfiler Shared disk configuration
Task #3: Configure iSCSI Targets in Oracle Linux Expose shared storage to the OS
Task #4: Configure Oracle ASM Automatic Storage Management setup
Part 10: Install Oracle GI & Database Software.
Task #1: Install the OEM Cloud Control Management Agent Agent installation
Task #2: Run the Grid Infrastructure Installer GI software installation
Task #3: Run the Database Installer DB software installation
Part 11: Oracle RAC Database: Create, Test & Administer.
Task #1: Creation Additional ASM Diskgroups Expand the storage footprint
Task #2: Create an Oracle 12c RAC Database Run the Db installer
Task #3: Test the Oracle 12c Grid Infrastructure and RAC Database Some test cases to try
Task #4: Common Administration Tasks Some admin you need to know
Part 12: Use Oracle Recovery Manager.
Task #1: Create an RMAN Recovery Catalog Create an RMAN schema in a DB
Task #2: Configure the RMAN Environment Set things up
Task #3: Execute RMAN Backups Check out different backups
Task #4: Execute RMAN Restores & Recoveries Let's get the data back
Task #5: More Advanced Uses of RMAN In Progress
Task #6: Additional RMAN Features Coming Soon
Part 13: Configure Oracle Data Guard.
Task #1: Configure Data Guard Using SQL The manual method is best
Task #2: Configure Data Guard using Oracle Enterprise Manager Coming Soon
Task #3: Configure Data Guard Using Database Configuration Assistant Coming Soon
Task #4: Configure Data Guard Using Data Guard Broker Coming Soon