Automating the Provisioning of SOA Suite on AWS
August 03, 2016
We had some great feedback on the recent blog post by Rubicon Red Architect, Fabio Douek, where he talked about configuring Amazon RDS as the SOA Suite Database. If you enjoyed that post, check out Fabio's latest blog post to learn how you can get your Oracle SOA Suite environment up and running in the AWS Cloud in less than an hour. It will guide you through the process to: (i) define the AWS resources, and the Infrastructure Provider (ii) define the Platform Blueprint (iii) define the Platform Model (iv) provision EC2 instances on-demand (v) provision the Oracle Fusion Middleware software and importantly, apply the Oracle Enterprise Deployment Guide recommendations. If you missed the last post on configuring Amazon RDS as the SOA Suite Database, you can read it here.
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Rubicon Red offers organizations a set of innovative and market leading cloud, devops and consulting solutions for Oracle Fusion Middleware customers. An Oracle Platinum Partner and recognized global leader in Oracle Fusion Middleware, Rubicon Red delivers thought leadership, innovation and unrivaled expertise. Founded in 2009 by two former senior executives from Oracle product management, Rubicon Red is an Oracle Certified SOA and BPM Specialist, and has been awarded the Oracle Fusion Middleware Top Technical Champion APAC on multiple occasions.