DBFS vs OCI Storage Services for PaaS DR

Introduction Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) provides highly available and scalable cloud infrastructure and services to enable the Disaster Recovery for the applications to be reliable, secure, and fast. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is hosted in regions and availability domains. A region is a localized geographic area, and an availability domain is one or more data centers […]

MFTCS: Production and DR in the Cloud

  Introduction Oracle Managed File Transfer (MFT) Cloud Service is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) computing platform solution for running a high performance, standards-based, end-to-end managed file gateway in the cloud. It features design, deployment, and monitoring of file transfers using a lightweight web-based design-time console that includes transfer prioritization, file encryption, scheduling, and embedded […]

Applying P4FA using FASPOT on Fusion Release 12

Introduction Patches for Fusion Applications (P4FA) are collections of one-off fixes and tech stack updates (e.g. Fusion MiddleWare, Database, Weblogic Server, etc.) compiled and certified for Fusion Applications where an installation of them improves system stability and performance substantially. Every Fusion Application release has its own set of P4FA patches and it is mandatory to apply […]

Adding New Fusion Applications Product Offerings using Incremental Provisioning

Introduction A product offering is a logical grouping of features and functionality of Oracle Fusion Applications. Customers who have excluded certain product offerings during their base installation and would like to add these or would like to add newly released product offerings can only do so during upgrade using Incremental Provisioning (IP) IP provides the ability to […]