Installing Oracle on Docker (Part 1)
I’ve spent Xebia’s Innovation Day last August experimenting with Docker in a team with two of my colleagues and a guest. We thought Docker sounds really cool, especially if your goal is to run software that doesn’t require lots of infrastructure and can be easily installed, e.g. because it runs from a jar file. We wondered however what would happen if we tried to run enterprise-software, like an Oracle database. Software that is notoriously difficult to install and choosy about the infrastructure it runs on. Hence our aim for the day: install an Oracle database on CoreOS and Docker.
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