Tag Archives: 18c golden gate

Identifying the TNS_ADMIN for an deployment in GoldenGate Microservices

Setting up network routing/access with Oracle GoldenGate Microservices (12.3 and later) can be an interesting experience. As many in the Oracle space knows, you simply have to setup TNS_ADMIN to point to the location where your sqlnet.ora and tnsnames.ora files are located. This would normally look like this:   These examples still working for Oracle […]

ServiceManager … Manually start/stop

Oracle GoldenGate Microservices, starting in 12c (12.3.0.0.1) through 19c (19.1.0.0.1), provide a set of services that you can interact with via a webpage, command line, REST API, and PL/SQL. All of which is great; however, for any of these items to work the ServiceManager has to be up and running. There are three ways configure […]

Certs and AdminClient … How to login?

I’ve been building a test environment using Docker for sometime (over and over), to validate some items within Oracle GoldenGate Microservices (current release as of writing – 19.1.0.0.1). Part of setting Oracle GoldenGate Microservices is to make the environment secure by using certificates. Per Oracle documentation, you can use Self-Signed Certificates for testing purposes (more […]

Quickly build self-signed certificates for Oracle GoldenGate 18c

With Oracle GoldenGate Microservices 12c and 18c, the architecture can be configured to use SSL certificates for securing and replicating between sites. This is a huge improvement for securing the replication framework and makes it a lot simpler to replicate data over standard HTTPS ports. In order to configure Oracle GoldenGate 12c/18c Microserivces with SSL […]

Installing Oracle GoldenGate 18c Microservices on Windows…. I know, why?

I’m not a huge fan of the Windows platform although I’ve spent the early part of my career as a Systems Admin working on Windows. As I’ve gotten a bit older, Linux/Unix seem to be more my way of thinking; however, there are still many customers out there who run Oracle Databases and Microsoft SQL […]