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You can install the E-business suite by initiating AMI instance (Linux or Windows), download the Oracle Database and Oracle E-business and register this AMI as your Oracle E-business AMI.
The only difference I can see by using Certified Oracle VM that they give you a ready Oracle E-business AMI to start with which support virtualization (similar to VMware product VCE; the VBloks).
Oracle in the process to publish a certified VM applications on AWS http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/173480
Thanks Samara, So that means we can use Oracle provided VMs to create our own AMI's
Yes when they published.
The AMIs based on Oracle's OVM templates are now available. You can find a listing of these Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) at:
Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3 has two AMIs which run on Amazon EC2 using Oracle VM:
ami-087a8c61 - Oracle-E-Business-Suite-12.1.3-Database Tier
ami-227a8c4b - Oracle-E-Business-Suite-12.1.3-Application Tier
Is there any documentation about how to use the AMI's for E-Business Suite for AWS? how do you configure them etc especially in an environment where IP addresses are changing?
These AMIs are derived from the public Oracle VM Oracle E-Business Suite templates. Documentation is online at:
You can configure your instances to use Amazon Elastic IP addresses to avoid changing public IP addresses. I also configure /etc/hosts entries for the private IP addresses.