This blog was contributed to by Bill Graef, who works in the Linux/Virtualization Training Development Team and has designed dozens of hands-on labs for a variety of Oracle Linux and Virtualization products.
Oracle Database 19c Enterprise Edition, the current long-term support release of Oracle Database, is available on the popular Arm architecture for cloud and on-premises deployments. See the following blog for more information: https://blogs.oracle.com/database/post/announcing-oracle-database-19c-support-for-arm.
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Get hands-on experience with the free Luna lab.
Simple steps to perform the lab
The lab provides steps to install Oracle Database 19c using Podman and connect to Oracle Database 19c using SQL*Plus.
Use of Oracle Database image requires the acceptance of the Oracle Standard Terms and Restrictions. In the free lab environment, you are directed to open a browser and go to https://container-registry.oracle.com. Sign in and authenticate using your Oracle Single Sign On credentials.
In the free lab environment, an Oracle Linux system is provisioned with a non-root user with sudo permissions. After installing and connecting to Oracle Database 19c server container, the lab provides the optional steps needed to stop and remove Oracle Database Free Server.
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