Oracle RAC on VxFlex Integrated Rack

May 28, 2019

This document provides the configuration details for deployment of Oracle 12cR2 or 18c Real Application Clusters database environment on Dell EMC VxFlex integrated rack with ESXi 6.5 running Linux® operating systems in a VM. Dell EMC VxFlex integrated rack is a scale-out hyperconverged solution that delivers maximum flexibility, scalability, and performance for the enterprise data center. Its flexible architecture enables multi-OS and multi-hypervisor capabilities and flexibility to adapt as workloads change. Scalability comes from starting small and growing incrementally, but also growing compute and storage independently. VxFlex integrated rack also delivers stable and predictable performance for all workloads in the environment. It is an engineered system which is powered by Dell EMC VxFlex OS software defined storage to be reliable and easy to deploy. In addition, the solution is ideal for server SAN, heterogeneous virtualized environments, and high-performance databases.

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