A Chef Cookbook for Fusion Middleware 12c by Jorge Quilcate

 

Provisioning tools have change the way we create software environments: How much time we spend installing OS, databases, configuring platforms, applications? Now you can translate this steps into code, getting the software development benefits and challenges into infrastructure: versioning, reuse, continuous improvement.

In this post, I will show you how to provision Oracle SOA Suite 12c using a Chef cookbook that I created and shared it on Chef Supermarket.

Provisioning with Chef

Chef is a provisioning tool, based on Ruby. Let you organize your "infrastructure" recipes on Cookbooks. Here you can find the Chef Supermarket. For a Chef tutorial go here

Chef Cookbooks and Recipes

Chef Cookbooks are groups of Recipes, and a Recipe is a sequence of instructions called Resources. Directory, Execute, Service, Package are some resources.

For instance: If you want to install an HTTP Server, first you should install a Package, and then start HTTP Service.

Oracle Fusion Middleware Cookbook

I’ve created this cookbook: oracle-fmw. The idea is to have a group of recipes to provide Fusion Middleware environments with different products like: SOA, BPM, BAM, OSB, and so on.

In the first release, this cookbook includes the following recipes:

· prepare-infrastructure-12c: Creates the required OS user and group, installs the required OS packages and execute some scripts to set required parameters.

· install-bpm_qs-12c: Installs Oracle BPM 12c which includes the following products (12.1.3): JDeveloper, Oracle SOA, Oracle OSB, Oracle BAM, Oracle BAM and others.

· create-rcu_repository-12c: Creates RCU repositories on Oracle Database instance.

· create-domain-12c: Creates a WebLogic Domain with these (optional) products: SOA, BAM, BPM, OSB.

Read the complete article here

SOA & BPM Partner Community

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