Cloudera, the leader in enterprise analytic data management powered by Apache Hadoop®, and Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions have partnered to deliver a jointly engineered reference architecture of Cloudera Enterprise on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.5.
The OpenStack environment enables enterprises an on-demand computing resource, by provisioning and maintaining vast amounts of self managed virtual machines. Compute resources are accessible via APIs for developers building cloud applications and via web interfaces for administrators and users.
IT organizations face challenges of optimizing Oracle database environments to keep up with the ever increasing workload demands and evolving security risks.
This reference architecture demonstrates how a highly available OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 environment may be rapidly deployed using OpenStack Heat templates. A Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) was developed specifically for this reference architecture.
This reference architecture describes Red Hat’s approach to high availability and scaling with RHEL OSP 4. The approach leverages the enterprise-tested RHEL HA Add-on along with the stable code base afforded by RHEL OSP 4 so that customers may deploy a scale out solution with confidence.
This reference architecture provides a step-by-step deployment procedure with the latest best practices to install and configure an Oracle Database 11g Release (220.127.116.11) with Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM).
Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure: Managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 Using Red Hat CloudForms 3.0
The focus of this reference architecture is to demonstrate management and integration with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform (RHEL OSP) 4.0 using Red Hat CoudForms 3.0, in a private cloud setting, targeting four detailed use cases: - Import the CloudForms Management Engine appliance int
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 provides an excellent foundation for database deployments with demonstrated stability, scalability, and performance.