Tag Archives: 18c goldengate

ServiceManager Daemon fails to start on reboot?

If you have been working with Oracle GoldenGate 12c (12.3.0.1.x) or 18c (18.1.0) recently, you may have setup the ServiceManager as a daemon process. This is a great option for setting up the ServiceManager. The benefit is provides is when you host is rebooted it comes back online and allows you to see all of […]

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 […]