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  • OTM 5.5 and OTM 6.0 installation

    Can anyone help with the hardware size required for the installation of OTM 5.5 and OTM 6.0 with ebiz integration

    R12 Ebis/OTM 5.5 install with Linux OS - hardware size
    R12 Ebis/OTM 6.0 install with Linux OS - hardware size


    Awaiting for your reply.


    Regards
    GVS

  • #2
    Re: OTM 5.5 and OTM 6.0 installation

    Hello,

    This is not an easy question to answer, because it depends dramatically based on usage and volumes. If this is a production instance, then you (or the customer) should go through a full OTM sizing exercise.

    If this is just a test instance, then we can use some minimum hardware recommendations. Here's a good place to start:

    http://www.otmfaq.com/forums/f22/sol...t-hardware-13/

    --Chris

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    • #3
      Re: OTM 5.5 and OTM 6.0 installation

      Thanks Chris

      I require the hardware requirement and cost for the installing OTM 6.0 with Ebiz. This is a test environment only.

      Kindly help me

      Regards
      GVS

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      • #4
        Re: OTM 5.5 and OTM 6.0 installation

        Hello,

        Since this involves three distinct products, you won't find a single sizing guide. I'm also not sure if you're referring to a test/dev environment or a production environment. If this is production then you'll need to go through a sizing exercise to get an environment and architecture appropriate for your volumes and uptime requirements.

        To help you move forward, I'd recommend breaking it up as follows:
        • Oracle eBusiness Suite -- size as appropriate. If test/dev, then the sizing requirements for a standard Vision instance will be fine.
        • Oracle Fusion Middleware -- required to utilize the pre-configured Oracle integration flows. This will require both an application server and a DB server. For test/dev environments, you can combine these onto a single server.
        • Oracle Transportation Management -- use the link provided in my earlier post. For v6.x, you'll just want to increase the memory on each server to 8-16GB of RAM.

        --Chris

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