Understanding How To, And Implications Of, Changing SGD Server Hostnames
(Doc ID 2442823.1)
Last updated on JUNE 14, 2021
Oracle Secure Global Desktop - Version 5.4 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
It is common practice for the Secure Global Desktop (SGD) Administrator to create a prototype SGD deployment for usability testing prior to rolling the product (or a product update) into a production environment.
Oracle's Desktop Virtualization team strongly recommends that once created, a 'test' environment should be maintained in parallel with a production deployment for future diagnostic testing or update verification. That said, we do understand that not all customers have the resources to maintain a parallel test environment, and instead view this process as 'staging' for a production roll-out.
This document is intended as a high-level overview for important considerations for the SGD Administrator undertaking a logical move (be it physical, or virtual) of an existing deployment infrastructure.
This document is intended as an organic, high-level checklist for SGD Administrators planning a substantial move of existing Secure Global Desktop infrastructure.
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