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Performing Oracle Database Application Migration to an Amazon EC2 Instance

When you migrate the application, you specify both the AMI and the Amazon EC2 instance.

You can use an existing EC2 instance, or you can specify a new EC2 instance name and the Commvault software creates the instance in the Amazon cloud.

If you use an need additional storage for the data, you can add a new storage device for the new or existing instance.

Before You Begin

  1. Verify that you have performed all the configuration procedures that are specified in Oracle Database Application Migration Configuration.
  2. Perform a full backup that includes the logs.

Procedure

  1. From the CommCell Browser, expand Client Computers > client > Oracle.
  2. Right-click the instance, point to All Tasks, and then click Migrate to cloud.

    The Migrate to cloud wizard appears.

  3. On the Application Information page, specify the cloud destination information.
    1. From the Cloud Type list, select Amazon .
    2. From the Policy Name list, select the VM lifecycle policy that you created.
    3. In the Compute Node box, type the instance name.

      If you enter a new instance name, the Commvault software creates a new VM in the Amazon cloud.

    4. From the Client Group list, select the client group that the software created for the virtual client.

      This client group name matches the virtual client name.

  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Machine Configuration page, specify the AMI information.

    If you chose to use an existing EC2 instance, and do not want to modify the instance storage, then you do not need to take any action on this page.

    • If you chose to use a new EC2 instance, specify the instance information.

      Note: The software makes the AMI list and the Instance type list unavailable when you use an existing instance.

      • From the AMI list, select the Amazon Machine Image that will host the instance.
      • From the Instance Type list, select the type of Amazon instance to create.

        For information on Amazon EC2 instance types, see Amazon EC2 documentation site, Instance Types.

    • Optional: Add additional storage volumes.
      1. Click Add.

        The Add Storage device dialog box appears.

      2. In the Mount Point box, type the full path for the mount point.
      3. In the Size(GB) box, type the volume size in gigabytes.
      4. From the Volume Type list, select the volume type, for example Standard.
      5. In the IOPS limit box, type the number of shares for the VM.
      6. In the Volume Description box, type a description.
      7. Click OK.

        The Add Storage device dialog box closes.

  6. Click Next.
  7. On the Software Configuration page, specify the Oracle application location.
    • To clone the Oracle Home directory from the source machine, select Clone Oracle Home from source.
    • To use the Oracle Home directory that exists on the destination, select Use Oracle Home installed on the target.

      Note: You can select this option when you created the AMI that has Oracle preinstalled and you know the Oracle Home directory.

    • Optional: Specify a new install directory. In the Install directory on cloud box, type the full path to the Oracle Home directory.
    • Use this option when you want to use a different Oracle Home path from the source, or when you want to specify the pre-installed AMI Oracle Home path.

  8. Click Next.
  9. On the Firewall Configuration page, specify the firewall options.
    1. Select the There is a firewall between Client machine and CommServe check box.
    2. Select CommServe is reachable only through proxy.
    3. In the Local HTTP/HTTPS tunnel box, type the port that you configured for the firewall, for example, 443.
    4. From the Proxy Client Name list, select the proxy server.
  10. Click Next.
  11. On the Migration Options page, specify the migration options.
    1. In the Migration area, select whether this operation is a one-time operation, or continuous.
      • To have this be a one-time operation, select One time.
      • To have this a continuous operation that uses the Live Sync feature, select Run a new full backup.
    2. In the Baseline area, select the backup to use for migration
      • To use the latest full backup, select Use most recent full backup.
      • To run a new backup for the Live Sync operation, select Run a new full backup.
    3. To have the destination database come up in standby mode, select the Restore Destination in Standby Mode check box.
    4. In the Number of Streams box, type the number of streams that the software will use for the replication operation.
    5. In the Post migration area, in the Validation Script box, type the full path and script name for the script that you use to validate the Oracle database.
  12. Click Finish.

Result

The production Oracle database and application are in the Amazon cloud.