Book Description

From the Back Cover This book is a hands-on, real-world guide to building and implementing a robust Oracle E-Business Suite System using the new Release, EBS 12.2. It explains the rationale for using an Oracle E-business suite environment in a business enterprise and covers the major technology stack changes from EBS version 11i through R12.2. The book clarifies how to build up an EBS environment from a simple single-node installation to a complex multi-node high available setup. Practical Oracle E-Business Suite focuses on release R12.2, but key areas in R12.1 are also covered wherever necessary. Oracle E-Business suite R12.2 includes major changes in Technology Stack components and introduced many new features. And these changes and new features must be added to the skill set of those individuals responsible for implementing and managing Oracle EBS.Practical Oracle E-Business Suite provides detailed instructions for the Installation of EBS R12.2 in single and multi-node configurations, the logic and methodology used in EBS patching, and cloning of EBS single-node and complex multi-node environments configured with RAC.This book also provides filtered valuable information about such areas as FMW used in EBS 12.2, as well as performance tuning and EBS 12.2 on engineered system implementations.The following are the key areas of coverage: Introduction to Oracle E-Business Suite, general definition of the EBS product families and the overview of the new system architecture implemented in EBS 12.2EBS 12.2 single node/multi-node installations along with the EBS 12.2 upgradesEBS 12.2 Application and database tier components along with details about the newly introduced EBS 12.2 FMW components, the new application filesystem (dual fs) and the new patching concept called online patching.Administration utilities including adconfig and rapid clone, along with their usages for managing and maintaining the EBS 12.2 systems.Security features and key areas for performance tuning in EBS 12.2Implementing EBS 12.2 on Engineered Systems(Exadata, ODA and Exalogic) Read more About the Author Syed Zaheer is currently working as a Senior Oracle Apps DBA for?the largest stock exchange in the Middle East and North Africa. He has a decade of experience in the implementation and management of Oracle E-Business suites, Oracle HA Stack, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle Databases. He has deep experience in managing Oracle Enterprise Linux 5/6 and Oracle Solaris 10/11. He is an active member of Oracle technology forums and Oracle awarded him the status of ?GURU? for his contributions. He is also an active member of the Toad World community and has published many articles on and is Oracle certified in Operating Systems, Application, Databases, Engineered systems, and Middle ware. Zaheer has been part of 30+ successful E-Business suite Implementations/Upgrades/Migrations from version 11i to version R12.2.4. He has domain knowledge in diversified business verticals including financials, FMCG, manufacturing, and consulting. He is an active blogger since 2008 and has published 100+ unique articles on his blog 400K + hits. He is also a book reviewer and reviewed books on Oracle technologies. Erman Arslan is currently working as 'Applications and Database Operations Manager' and 'Leading Oracle Consultant' for 'Partnera Consulting Services'.? He is a 'Principle Apps Dba', 'Oracle-certified Linux' and ' Certified Exadata Admin' with lots of field experience in several Oracle projects implemented in several sectors as banking, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, transportation, oil and gas, TV, and more.He studied Computer Engineering and received an MBA in ?stanbul Turkey. He is a blogger who has written about Oracle Technologies ('Erman Arslan' Oracle Blog -') since 2013. Arslan also answers the questions of his readers and provides support for their problems in his Oracle forum.('Erman Arslan's Oracle Forum') Arslan has completed several migration projects, as well as 3 EBS 12.2 projects from scratch. As part of the support work, he has managed more than 15 Critical Customer Production Environments (mostly EBS, but also including Exadata, SSO, OID, and Weblogic Application Servers). Read more