New Whitepaper: Oracle E-Business Suite on Exadata

[Dec. 30, 2010 Update: Added link to Note 1133355.1]

Our Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) team has quietly been amassing a formidable set of whitepapers about the Oracle Exadata Database Machine.  They're available here:
If you're one of the lucky ones with access to this hardware platform, you'll be pleased to hear that the MAA team has just published a new whitepaper with best practices for EBS environments:
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This whitepaper covers the following topics:
  • Getting to Exadata -- a high level overview of fresh installation on, and migration to, Exadata Database Machine with pointers to more detailed documentation
  • High Availability and Disaster Recovery -- an overview of our MAA best practices with pointers to our detailed MAA Best Practices documentation
  • Performance and Scalability -- best practices for running Oracle E-Business Suite on Exadata Database Machine based on our internal testing
As an added bonus, the whitepaper has details about the internal testbeds where this configuration was evaluated with Oracle's own 18 TB Global Single Instance.  The whitepaper's Appendix discusses Exada Smart Flash Cache results, Smart Scan, RAC, and RMAN backup performance.

Need an Overview of Migration Options?

Also useful:  A summary of the different technologies and techniques that you can use to migrate your E-Business Suite database to Exadata can be found here:
That overview Note provides a short but precise analysis of physical migration techniques (e.g. Data Guard Physical Standby, Transportable Database, Transportable Tablespaces, Rapid Clone) vs. logical migration techniques (e.g. Oracle Data Pump).

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Comments:

Hi Steven,

Migrating an Oracle E-Business Suite Database to Oracle Exadata Database Machine (Doc ID 1133355.1)
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The following table summarizes physical options outlined in Best Practices for Migrating to Exadata Database Machine as
they pertain to Oracle E-Business Suite:

• Document 230672.1 Cloning Oracle Applications Release 11i with Rapid Clone
• Document 406982.1 Cloning Oracle Applications Release 12 with Rapid Clone
• Oracle E-Business Suite Install and Cloning Best Practices
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Base on the describe above EBS Database can be migrated to Exadata Database Machine by Rapid Clone.

Customer would like to know is this possible to migrate Exadata Database to EBS Database by Rapid Clone?
If not is there anyway else to migrate Exadata Database to EBS Database?

Thanks in advance

Chris

Posted by Chris on September 11, 2012 at 02:06 AM PDT #

Chris,

Thanks for the inquiry.

If the source platform (operating system) is the same as the target platform (operating system) then you may use Rapid Clone to perform the migration.

Regards,
Elke

Posted by guest on September 17, 2012 at 02:34 PM PDT #

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