This guide explains how to install Cisco Prime Central and an embedded Oracle database in a local redundancy, high availability (HA) configuration that uses the Red Hat Cluster Suite (RHCS) in both Bare-metal and VMware and KVM environments. Other operational redundancy deployments are not supported. This guide also explains how to implement geographical disaster recovery in your network.
The IP addresses in this guide are shown for illustrative purposes only and are not intended to be actual addresses.
This preface contains the following sections:
The primary audience for this guide is network operations personnel and system administrators. This guide assumes that you are familiar with the following products and topics:
- Basic internetworking terminology and concepts
- Network topology and protocols
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux administration
- Oracle database administration
- Telecommunication Management Network (TMN) architecture model
See the Cisco Prime Central 1.5.3 Documentation Overview for a list of Prime Central guides.
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See also the following Red Hat HA and KVM Hypervisor documentation:
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