Exalogic Echo Release Elastic Cloud now on e-delivery

Exalogic Echo Release Elastic Cloud now on e-delivery

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Just a quick post: there are new Exalogic goodies on Oracle E-Delivery today. Something we have been eagerly waiting for since the spring.


Exalogic Stack version (dubbed “Echo release”) is now available for download on E-Delivery (as demonstrated in the screenprints below). This is the third release of the “Exalogic virtual datacenter stack”.

When more information is published about feature additions, improvements and bugfixes in this new release of the Exalogic virtual datacenter I will let you know!

update sept 12th :
The new release notes can be found here

Quoting from the release notes :
Besides enhanced reliability, robustness, performance, and usability, EECS 2.0.6 includes the following features and enhancements:

 So it looks like Exalogic is finally getting serious on employing OVAB, there’s even a “special” Exalogic version ( of OVAB. Also we can now opt for mixed physical / virtualized deployments in the same rack!

update sept 20th :
The upgrade kit for active configurations is now available as patchset 16630395, which is a whopping 14 Gb large. You have to be on NavStar already (v2.0.4.x.y.) to use it.

Jos Nijhoff
About the author Jos Nijhoff

Jos Nijhoff is an experienced Application Infrastructure consultant at Qualogy. Currently he plays a key role as technical presales and hands-on implementation lead for Qualogy's exclusive Exalogic partnership with Oracle for the Benelux area. Thus he keeps in close contact with Oracle presales and partner services on new developments, but maintains an independent view. He gives technical guidance and designs, reviews, manages and updates the application infrastructure before, during and after the rollout of new and existing Oracle (Fusion) Applications & Fusion Middleware implementations. Jos is also familiar with subjects like high availability, disaster recovery scenarios, virtualization, performance analysis, data security, and identity management integration with respect to Oracle applications.

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