To say that Oracle GoldenGate has undergone a transformation over the last seven year is an understatement. Back in 2017, when I was first working with Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices) – pre-release, I noted the install process could be done silently (binary install). Which is just
Many organizations are looking to modernize their digital foot print and quickly identify that the biggest obstacle they face is the challenge of migrating off of traditional databases. These databases typically reside in on-premises data centers and can be expensive to upgrade and/or maintain.
With Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices) running on Linux, there is a setting that needs to be configured. I you are like me, the internal firewall (firewalld) on many flavors of Linux always sneaks up on you. When installing Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices), you’ll need to open ports
Back in 2017 when Oracle GoldenGate 12c (Microservices) was released it came with a new command line tool called AdminClient. Over the course of time, I’ve written about how to use AdminClient but never covered a simple fact of how do you get access to