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Running Multiple SOA Domains On A Single Server. (Doc ID 2488819.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This is a proactive SR to obtain information on collocating SOA Domains. There are no errors and we have not tried to configure this approach yet.

The customer is using EBS R12.2.7, soon to be R12.2.8 with the ISG.
The customer will have four EBS R12.2.x environments each using a different SOA instance.
The customer was advised that the number of SOA servers allocated to him is being reduced to a single server (OE) for Dev/Test purposes.
The customer can request 8 CPU's and 64GB of memory.
The Dev/Test performance load on the four SOA instances is considered low but it could increase in the future depending on the number of developers.
SOA does not appear to support WLS Multitenacy.

Q: As far as non-cloud, does Oracle have an approach similar to what I'd envision as SaaS for SOA?
Q: Could one server host four different SOA domains for this Dev/Test environment?
Q: Do we have any documentation supporting such a configuration?
Q: What port conflicts might be anticipated by processes running outside of the WLS Domain (ie. Nodemanager/ Coherence)?
Q: What am I missing regarding any conflicts that might surface with this approach?
Q: If I do the below, would it be supported?

> Install one Oracle Home for the binaries. (Limited patching, upgrade assumed)
> Install one FMW Repository (db) instance serving the to-be (4) SOA domains
> Load the SOA RCU schemas (four times) using different prefixes, once for each anticipated SOA domain.
> Run the SOA config.sh four times creating the four different domains. Each domain (instance) of SOA would be configured via ISG to one of the four EBS environments.
> A single Nodemanager would be used.
> Seperate Coherence ports would be used to avoid the issue in Note:2234202.1
 

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