Deploying an Oracle Database with Persistence Enabled in Oracle Kubernetes Engine in Ten Minutes or Less


In a previous post I explained how to create the same thing using an image published in docker registry under my user. Well… that post is not working anymore because I deleted the image for some reasons.

The method exposed here is better because the deployment file pulls the official image published here.

Therefore you only have to create a user, accept the licence agreement (just in case you acknowledge it) and follow the steps explained here.

Hope it helps! 😉

 

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  1. […] Follow this post for deploying as it has been updated, the rest of the content is still valid, […]

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  2. […] you deploy in k8s a pod depending in persistent volume attached to block storage (for example this post), the volume created is mounted on a specific node. If that node fails or is stopped, the pods […]

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