Validated May 21, 2021 with GG 21.1
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle GoldenGate is now available and can be deployed natively with a public or private endpoint.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure GoldenGate is a fully managed, native cloud service that moves data in real-time, at scale. OCI GoldenGate processes data as it moves from one or more data management systems to target databases. You can also design, run, orchestrate, and monitor data replication tasks without having to allocate or manage any compute environments.
Refer here for the official documentation.
This post is a step-by-step guide for deploying Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle GoldenGate in a private subnet.
May 21, 2021 with GG 21.1
Before You Begin
Deploying OCI Native Oracle GoldenGate
Validating Access to the Private GG Endpoint
|VCN||Virtual Cloud Network|
|OCI||Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
Create a VCN using the VCN QuickStart feature documented here.
A user account in an OCI tenancy for managing GoldenGate and network resources
Create a small development instance of native GoldenGate.
From the OCI menu, navigate to Oracle Database > GoldenGate, choose your compartment and region and click Create Deployment.
Enter a Name
Select a private subnet from the Subnet in dropdown.
Choose a License Type
Click Advanced Options
Check the box for Create Public Endpoint
Accept the other defaults and click Next
Enter a GoldenGate Instance Name
Enter an Administrator Username
Enter and Confirm an Administrator Password
The deployment enters the Creating state.
When the deployment reaches the Active state, click Launch Console
This post provided a step-by-step guide for deploying Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle GoldenGate in a private subnet.
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