Highly available infrastructure has risen in popularity in recent years, as companies strive to match their critical computing environment’s availability to near 7x24x365 requirements.  A new case study has been published to the Oracle Retail knowledge base that describes how an Oracle Linux high-availability environment can be configured to support Oracle Retail applications. Using Oracle Fusion Middleware active-active clustering and Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) databases, Oracle Retail applications can be deployed in a fault tolerant computing environment to provide high availability and scalability.

 

This case study includes the following documents for Release 15.0:

 

  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study Introduction
  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study Oracle Linux
  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study RAC (Real Application Clusters Environment)
  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study Fusion Middleware Cluster
  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study - Retail Applications Installation
  • Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study - Retail Integration Suite Installation

 

For all the details, please visit Document 2151366.1 - Case Study: Creating a High Availability Environment for Oracle Retail 15.0.

 

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