Improve Efficiency and Cut Costs with an E-Business Suite Shared File System

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By ITC Oracle Educator
May 9, 2008

The Collaborate 08 white paper "A Practical Guide to Implementing a Shared File System for the Oracle E-Business Suite" is now available for download. The paper was jointly presented by IT Convergence’s Venkat Perumal and Paul Greenwood, who represented one of our clients that has used this solution.

As experienced Oracle E-Business Suite Administrators know, predicting the effect that an upgrade or patch will have on a system is often difficult. An administrator can help make these processes more predictable by implementing Shared Filed System for the Oracle E-Business Suite, and this paper explains how.

In this paper you’ll learn the difference between a Shared Application File System and a Shared APPL_Top system. The paper discusses the differences between implementing a Shared Application File System in a new E-Business Suite deployment and a multi-node deployment. Readers will also find out how to add new nodes in Shared Application File System. The paper also provides information on the minimum operating system requirements needed to support a Shared Application File System.

Click here to download the white paper "A Practical Guide to Implementing a Shared File System for the Oracle E-Business Suite."

Written by ITC Oracle Educator

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