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Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployment Guides

Today we’ll discuss the Deployment Guides

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Well hello again!

After a week off with H1N1 (don’t get it, you really won’t like it), and another week or two catching up, I’m finally back in the saddle and there’s plenty to talk about – some of it stuff I should have been talking about weeks ago.

Today we’ll discuss the Deployment Guides some smart folks here at F5 have thrown together to go with the Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment guides (that some smart folks at Oracle threw together).

First up, props to Oracle for an astounding document library that you can access sans login. It’s not new, but if you’re not familiar with it, check it out.

What our staff did is take the documents from their library that reference places where BIG-IPs fit in, and created complimentary documents to show how to configure your BIG-IP to fit the Oracle Fusion Ecosystem.

So here is the list of Oracle documents, and F5 complimentary documents. Between them, you can make your Oracle Fusion environment adaptable, reliable, and zippy. At least I claim you can :-).

I’d love to take credit for this chart or any of its contents, but this time I’m just the messenger, other people created all of the content, and the chart is essentially a recreation of one I received via email. If you’re using Fusion Middleware and have F5 gear in-house, they’re worth checking out to see how you can benefit from them.

And that gets me back into the blogging groove… Expect to hear more from me in the near future.

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Don MacVittie is founder of Ingrained Technology, A technical advocacy and software development consultancy. He has experience in application development, architecture, infrastructure, technical writing,DevOps, and IT management. MacVittie holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Northern Michigan University, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University.

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