The Enterprise Deployment Guide (EDG) provides detailed, validated instructions that help you plan, prepare, install, and configure a multi-host, secure, highly available, production topology for selected Oracle Fusion Middleware products. An updated copy is located in the Books section of the Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) Library.
It is important to understand the tasks that need to be performed to prepare for an enterprise deployment. Check out the new section related to the Enterprise Deployment Workbook that can help you with your deployment.
The Enterprise Deployment Workbook is a spreadsheet that is used by architects, system engineers, database administrators, and others to plan and record all the details for an environment installation (such as server names, URLs, port numbers, installation paths, and other resources).
The Oracle Analytics Server Enterprise Deployment workbook is available as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in the Oracle Fusion Middleware documentation library. It is available as a link on the Oracle Analytics Server page of the library.
It is important to understand the roles and tasks involved in a typical use case of the Enterprise Deployment workbook.
A typical use case for the Enterprise Deployment workbook involves the following roles and tasks, in preparation for an Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment:
The following sections describe the contents of the Oracle Analytics Server Enterprise Deployment workbook. The workbook is divided into tabs, each containing a set of related variables and values that you need to install and configure the Enterprise Deployment topologies.
The details of the Enterprise Deployment workbook are filled in by the individual or a team that is responsible for planning, procuring, or setting up each category of resources.
The information in the Enterprise Deployment workbook is divided into categories. Depending on the structure of your organization and roles that are defined for your team, you can assign specific individuals in your organization to fill in the details of the workbook. Similarly, the information in each category can be assigned to the individual or team that is responsible for planning, procuring, or setting up each category of resources.
For example, the workbook can be filled in, reviewed, and used by people in your organization that fill the following roles: