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Databaseless Oracle Service Bus Setup

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Databaseless Oracle Service Bus Setup

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Today’s data climate is fast-paced and it’s not slowing down. Here’s why your current integration solution is not enough. Brought to you in partnership with Liaison Technologies.

In case you have no DBMS in place that is certified for Oracle Service Bus and don't want to risk breaking your support contract it's possible to do a databaseless setup. However, this comes at a price as you won't be able to use the following features:

  • OSB Reporting functionality
  • WSM policies

For a high availability setup, you also have to consider the following aspects:

  • filestores for JMS destinations and the JTA logs for the transaction recovery service must be put on a shared storage solution to be available to all nodes that participate in a cluster configuration (typically, for this scenario, a SAN-based filestore will outperform a JDBC store anyway)
  • if you want to use the automatic server/service migration feature you must use consensus leasing as the migration basis (this means that the cluster master will maintain the leases for migratable singleton services in memory).
  • if you want to persist http sessions you'll also have to use a filestore on a shared storage solution.

Is iPaaS solving the right problems? Not knowing the fundamental difference between iPaaS and iPaaS+ could cost you down the road. Brought to you in partnership with Liaison Technologies.

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