Wednesday Jan 21, 2009

Using Cisco ACE Series Hardware Load-Balancers with EBS 12

Editor's Note:  This certification is an unusual departure from our typical approach to load-balancer support for the E-Business Suite.  In general, we do not perform explicit certifications of specific load-balancers with the E-Business Suite.  It's not possible for us to keep up with the sheer number of different vendors and models available.

Our standard support policy is that standards-compliant load-balancers are assumed to be compatible with the E-Business Suite.  Load-balancers do not require formal testing by our Applications Technology Integration group to be supported for the E-Business Suite.  Our load-balancing-related recommendations are designed to be compatible with all generic load-balancers:

When time and resources permit, we occasionally partner with networking vendors to test unusual or notable new hardware with the E-Business Suite.  Networking vendors are welcome to drop me an email if you'd like to discuss joint projects.

As a rule, we do not recommend a specific vendor's products over any other vendors.  This article should not be considered an endorsement for this particular vendor or networking configuration.  As with all hardware,  customers should perform independent benchmark tests to verify a vendor's claims of improved performance or manageability in E-Business Suite environments.


Oracle and Cisco Systems jointly certified the Cisco ACE Series Application Control Engine with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.  Cisco ACE Series Application Control Engine is a new offering from Cisco Systems that has the potential to improve high availability, performance, security, optimized application deployment and lower the cost of ownership for Oracle E-Business Suite R12.  The new ACE platform targets three main aspects, namely manageability, security and performance.  The figure below shows the Virtualization and Role-based Admin features of the ACE module.

Architecture diagram showing Cisco ACE load balancer Virtual Device and RBA

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Wednesday Nov 12, 2008

Oracle Connection Manager Certified With Oracle E-Business Suite 12

Starting with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.0.4, we support configuring Oracle Connection Manager (CMAN) with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12. Oracle Connection Manager ships with the Oracle Database, and certified versions are 10g and 11g.

Oracle Connection Manager enables large numbers of users to connect to a single server by acting as a connection concentrator to funnel multiple client database sessions across a single network connection.  This is known as connection multiplexing. CMAN reduces operating system resource requirements by minimizing the number of network connections made to a server. CMAN also provides the additional benefit of access control.

Oracle Connection Manager OCM example architecture acting as a firewall

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