Bill Graef, Linux/Virtualization Training Development Team, contributed to this blog and has designed dozens of hands-on labs for a variety of Oracle Linux and Virtualization products.
Oracle Database 23c Free—Developer Release is the first release of the next-generation Oracle Database, allowing developers a head-start on building applications with some of the new 23c features. This release introduces a range of functionality to assist developers, analysts, and database administrators in building and deploying their operational and analytical applications on Oracle Linux systems. Examples of innovations include a new approach for addressing the object-relational mismatch challenge in app development, real-time property graph analysis of operational data, automated support for distributed microservices transactions (Sagas), simplified mid-tier caching, plus many more new capabilities.
If you are a developer, a data scientist, a DBA, an educator, or just interested in databases, Oracle Database 23c Free—Developer Release is the ideal way to get started. Visit the Oracle Database Free page for overviews, industry use cases, Oracle Linux download options, and getting started information.
For those working or developing on Oracle Linux systems and are excited to get this new database installed, configured, and connected; learn how to get started with Oracle Database Free on Oracle Linux with the free Luna lab!
Get Started with Oracle Database Free on Oracle Linux Lab provides steps to install Oracle Database 23c Free—Developer Release in two methods: container and RPM.
First, lab participants will complete setup via container registry and Podman to install and configure the database on a Linux system. The next step takes learners through the process of connecting to the database using SQL*Plus. Lab participants will also learn to stop and remove the database server from their Oracle Linux instance.
Finally, lab participants install Oracle Database 23c Free from the rpm file. Lab participants install the database, review configuration parameters, and then connect using SQL*Plus.
For developers running Oracle Linux systems, this lab will prepare them to setup their own Oracle Database 23c servers for application testing and development need
In 45 minutes or less, lab participants will learn to install, configure, and connect to an Oracle Database 23c Free server using both container registry and rpm installation methods. The free Luna lab launces a virtualized desktop in a browser window that includes lab instructions, and the lab environment provisions an instance running Oracle Linux release 8.8 for hosting of the Oracle Database 23c Free server. This hands-on Luna lab replicates a real-world experience and prepares lab participants to get started with Oracle Database 23c Free in their own Oracle Linux environments.
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Nicolas Parés is a principal user assistance developer creating training materials for Oracle Linux and virtualization products. His passion for creating accessible and intuitive training materials offer useful insights on the latest technologies.