Rapid Home Provisioning has built in workflows to deploy, configure and start Grid Infrastructure and Database Homes. It also has a framework for managing any type of software home. This demo will walk through a few simple setup steps which create a workflow that deploys, configures and starts an Apache webserver with a single 'rhpctl' command. We will then see the workflow in action. This workflow can be re-used to deploy across any number of target nodes. A second workflow stops and removes the webserver. The methodology show here can be used to support any type of software with RHP.
Rapid Home Provisioning includes simple commands to performing rolling updates (patches) and upgrades of Oracle Grid Infrastructure. This recording shows the process to easily switch a 188.8.131.52 GI deployment to a patched home.
RHP is a feature of Grid Infrastructure 12 which enables rolling RAC patching with a single command. This demo also shows Application Continuity protecting a running workload, so that end users so no impact from the maintenance operation. For more collateral visit http://www.oracle.com/goto/rhp
Rapid Home Provisioning can upgrade an Oracle Database - Single Instance, RAC One Node or RAC - with a single command. This recording shows a sample environment and the flow of the operation.
Oracle Grid Infrastructure 12.1 introduced Rapid Home Provisioning, an integrated feature that enables low-risk, large-scale deployment and maintenance of software homes in your Oracle Database Estate. This demo shows the single command that provisions and starts on new cluster from a centralized server.
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