1.Upgrade an Oracle 18.104.22.168 database (SID: UPGR) to Oracle 22.214.171.124 2.Plug in the upgrade UPGR database into an existing Oracle 126.96.36.199 container database (SID: CDB2) 3.Migrate an Oracle 188.8.131.52 database (SID: FTEX) to Oracle 184.108.40.206 using Full Transportable Export/Import into a new pluggable database PDB2 4.Work with Multitenant databases and implement new Oracle Database 12c features
This hands-on lab runs in an Oracle VM VirtualBox environment. In order to run the lab effectively you will need the following.
CPU: Dual-core CPU
Memory: 8+ GB RAM
20 GB for download of zip files
60GB for expanded VM image
NOTE: If your hardware is near the minimums, you will need to adjust the virtual machine settings inside VirtualBox. See below.
Any 64-bit OS on which Oracle VirtualBox is available
Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.0.10 or later. Download the latest version from http://www.virtualbox.org
Also include the VirtualBox Extensions package. This is a separate download from the same location
Motherboard -> Base Memory: 8192 MB RAM
Processor: 2+ CPUs
Make sure that the value is not in the red area of the slider for CPUs or Memory.
You may also want to disable the USB port, as this is not needed for the lab.
The lab will start at the Linux login screen. Login with a username of 'oracle' and a password of 'oracle'.
All passwords in the VM environment are 'oracle'. This is true for OS users such as root, and for Oracle users such as sys or system.