I would like to understand the motivation od someone answering to a question by saying like: "you can get the information looking for it". Either you know the answezr and than it bmakes sense to reply, or you don't and, in this case, what's the point to reply saying I have to look for the answer ?
The intention is to help others and learn by helping others.
From the above post, oracle have announced that their post is obsolete.
So you can get the required information from amazon site.
Thats what i meant.
Check the AMI section.
Oracle is not planning to release an updated AMI as of now. You may be interested in the Oracle SOA Suite/BPM Suite 188.8.131.52 VirtualBox Appliance -
I'm using the Oracle SOA appliance but it is heavy. Using 4GB of RAM for it runs very slowly and I need other 4GB for the host operating system. So, using a laptop with 8GB of memory it's not enough. Hence the advantage of an AMI. But I take it for sure that there is no any.
Yeah, checking the link you mentioned shows that, as a matter of fact, there is no any AMI hosting Oracle SOA. So, your suggestion demonstrates how to not find was I was looking for. hence my question: what motivates you to reply questions you obviously don't know the answer ?