Hi Guys, Today will see the 4th & last part of the series provisioning JCS service in private subnet. For the previous parts of post you can check the below links. https://blog.hussaindba.com/provisioning-jcs-service-in-private-subnet-part-1/ (Shown DB System provision) https://blog.hussaindba.com/provisioning-jcs-service-in-private-subnet-part-2/ (Shown JCS instance provision) https://blog.hussaindba.com/provisioning-jcs-service-in-private-subnet-part-3/ (Shown Creation of Public LB to access
Hi Guys, This is the third post in the series of Provisioning JCS service in private subnet. In today’s post we will see how to create a Public load balancer and access the JCS instance which is in private subnet. You can refer my previous posts of this series
Hi Guys, In today’s post we will continue the series with part-2. For previous session or part-1 post you can check in below link. https://blog.hussaindba.com/provisioning-jcs-service-in-private-subnet-part-1 So, now after creating a DB system, we will spin a JCS instance through JSON file in private subnet of OCI. Activities to do:
Hi Guys, Today starting with new series of post on Java Cloud service and SOA Cloud service, where these instances will be in private subnet and have to access them through Public Load Balancer (HTTP & HTTPS protocol). So, today post will be the part-1 in the series in
Hi Guys, After long time blogging new post, this time we will see how to simulate Exadata environment in vmware. Note : This is for learning purpose and a simulation to practice the commands but the actual performance and other features can only be experienced on real exadata machines.
Hi Guys, In today’s post, will see the Public Load balancer configuration in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Scenario: Will create Public load balancer in which my two web servers will be there and work in round robin fashion. My Environment: My compartment is PROD_COMPARTMENT in FRANKFURT Region. PROD_COMPARTMENT created. Create