My Oracle VM whitepapers are published.   1 comment

Until last weekend I had completed two new Oracle VM whitepapers. Therefore, the  miniseries of three Oracle VM whitepapers based on three of my Oracle OpenWorld 2009 presentations have been completed and published online. These whitepaper papers are:

1) Building an Oracle® Grid with Oracle VM on  Dell™ Blade Servers and Dell EqualLogic™ iSCSI Storage, Dell Oracle Solutions Whitepaper, October 2009.

This paper describes the Oracle Grid infrasturecture architecture design and implemenation detailes. It covers the steps by steps of configuration of this Oracle Grid: the physical Grid on a 8-node Oracle RAC and the virtual Grid on three Dell blade servers. It covers details of Oracle VM server configuration, how to mamage Oracle VM environment, and how to configure network and shared storage for Oracle VM servers and Oracle virtual machines.

2.Implementing Oracle® E-Business Suite in a Scalable and Reliable Virtual System Architecture, Dell Oracle Solutions Whitepaper, January 2010,

This paper examines the best practices to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite R12 infratsurcture on the Grid enviroment by leveraging Oracle VM and Oracle RAC. 

3. Efficient Deployment of Oracle® Real Application Clusters (RAC) in a Virtualized Environment Using Enterprise Manager Provisioning Pack,  Dell and Oracle Joint Whitepaper, January 2010

This Paper examines the configuration of Oracle RAC infrasturecture on Oracle VMs and the best practices to proovision and scale Oracle RAC by using Oracle Enterprise Manage Provisioning Pack.

Check the My publications page on the top of the blog  for the completed list of my Oracle whitepapers and articles.

Thanks

Kai Yu

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Posted February 8, 2010 by kyuoracleblog in Uncategorized

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