Tag: Oracle

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 5 – Create VMs.

With the hard work of configuring the OVM Server behind us, we can move onto the relatively simple task of creating VMs. Just as with a physical computer, a virtual computer is made up of various resources. These include CPU, memory, disk, network interfaces and an operating system. The trick here is to decide how …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 4 – Configure Oracle VM Server.

Configuring Oracle VM Server using Oracle VM Manager can be a little tricky.However, once you know just a handful of concepts and some terminology, you’ll wonder what the fuss was all about.In Part 4, we’ll show you the steps to configure OVM Server in readiness to create VMs. Part of the reason Oracle VM is …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 3 – Install Oracle VM Software.

The Oracle VM software provides the fundamentals for building the entire Oracle infrastructure. The good news is, it’s really quite easy to install it. In other news, the configuration can be a little challenging if you don’t know a handful of concepts, some terminology and the order in which to do things. Fear not, that’s …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 2 – Software.

Here’s the matrix of software I used for this project. Almost all of it is available as free downloads. Some items are interchangeable with alternatives and I’ve noted them where appropriate. Here’s the list: Software Summary. Oracle VM. Oracle VM is the virtualization software which allows you to create virtual Oracle database servers. It does …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 1 – Hardware.

If you are interested in setting up your own Oracle infrastructure, this series is for you! Over the course of 14 installments I will describe what I did and how I did it, along with some useful tips and tricks to help get things done.This is for educational purposes only, but much of what is …

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