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Using the Software Library and Oracle Extensibility Exchange

  • Kellyn Pot'Vin
  • Seth Miller
  • Ray Smith
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Abstract

Creating a software library ensures that all provisioning, patching, and scripting entities are stored in a location available to the OEM repository; this conserves resources and costs for the IT infrastructure. The concept appears simple enough, but often you enter an IT organization and find that there are multiple sources for installation media, patch locations, and so on. Having a central software library that is configured within the EM12c environment and sized appropriately (100 GB minimum for small environments, 250 GB minimum for extensive and HA/MAA [High Availability/Maximum Availability Architecture] environments) ensures that provisioning, patching, and scripting can be supported for the life of the OEM system.

Keywords

File System Agent Home Software Library Enterprise Manager Property File 
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© Kellyn Pot'Vin 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kellyn Pot'Vin
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  • Seth Miller
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  • Ray Smith
    • 1
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