Best practices and Getting Started Guide for Oracle on IBM LinuxONE
An IBM Redpaper publication
Published 02 June 2020
IBM Form #: REDP-5499-00
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Authors: Sam Amsavelu, Paul Novak, David J Simpson
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Oracle Database running on Linux is available for deployment on IBM LinuxONE by using Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES). This enterprise-grade solution is designed to add value to Oracle Database solutions.
This IBM Redpaper® publication focuses on accepted good practices for installing and getting started by using Oracle Database, which provides you with an environment that is optimized for performance, scalability, flexibility, and ease-of-management.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Running Linux virtual servers under IBM z/VM
Chapter 2. Setting up Linux guests to install the Oracle 12cR2 Grid Infrastructure and Database
Chapter 3. Installing and configuring Oracle Grid Infrastructure for Oracle 12c Release 2
Chapter 4. Using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Agent to manage Oracle Database 12c Release 2
Chapter 5. Spectrum Scale Installation and Configuration
Chapter 6. Integrating IBM Spectrum Scale snapshots with Oracle Recovery Manager incremental backups
Appendix A. Reference sheets, cheat sheets, and blank worksheets
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