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Multiple installations can be done in single server?

Bapiraju Swamy Vuda-Oracle
Bapiraju Swamy Vuda-Oracle Member Posts: 15 Employee
edited May 9, 2019 1:17PM in Data Quality

Hi Mike,

Thanks for your support in all the times.

One of my client is planning to install multiple EDQ and weblogic installations in single server with different ports for multiple Teams DEV, SIT, UAT, PT ..

For Example:

DEV

SIT

UAT

....

The above approach we done for other clients and we didn't face any difficulties, but to make sure we want to confirm with you (EDQ SME) once again. Please confirm can we proceed this approach.

Regards,

Bapiraju Swamy Vuda

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  • Mike-Matthews-Oracle
    Mike-Matthews-Oracle Member Posts: 1,547 Employee
    edited May 9, 2019 4:56AM Answer ✓

    This can be done, yes. It is not something we normally recommend (or officially support) but there is no technical reason not to do it.

    The only issue with it is one of competing resources. EDQ is very hungry for resources, especially memory, and it is very difficult to keep on top of this if you have multiple instances running at once on the same machine... though it may depend a little on what this machine is - for example if it is a huge ExaLogic box or something you can happily have quite a lot of servers running at once. For this reason we would normally say that Production instances should run on dedicated machines/VMs so that if a performance issue presents itself it is easier to diagnose and understand. Above you show a number of non-production tiers, and the setup makes more sense here, where you need separation but very often the tiers are not running at the same time very much (or if they do, performance is not critical).

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  • Mike-Matthews-Oracle
    Mike-Matthews-Oracle Member Posts: 1,547 Employee
    edited May 9, 2019 4:56AM Answer ✓

    This can be done, yes. It is not something we normally recommend (or officially support) but there is no technical reason not to do it.

    The only issue with it is one of competing resources. EDQ is very hungry for resources, especially memory, and it is very difficult to keep on top of this if you have multiple instances running at once on the same machine... though it may depend a little on what this machine is - for example if it is a huge ExaLogic box or something you can happily have quite a lot of servers running at once. For this reason we would normally say that Production instances should run on dedicated machines/VMs so that if a performance issue presents itself it is easier to diagnose and understand. Above you show a number of non-production tiers, and the setup makes more sense here, where you need separation but very often the tiers are not running at the same time very much (or if they do, performance is not critical).

  • Bapiraju Swamy Vuda-Oracle
    Bapiraju Swamy Vuda-Oracle Member Posts: 15 Employee
    edited May 9, 2019 5:03AM

    Thanks Mike for your response and explanation