How to Clone Weblogic and OBIEE servers to DR

Hi,

I have a Disaster recovery site and need to clone my Web Logic and OBIEE application Servers in Production to Servers in DR.

Please advice how to proceed.

The Production servers run on Oracle Enterprise Linux.

And Weblogic / OBIEE 11g.

Thanks
GulfITAsked:
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gheistCommented:
If it is the weblogic included with OBIEE you are out of luck
For normal weblogic you can make a cluster of applications with one copy running in DR site and one in primary with both serving users.
Yes - no failover, just reasonable reduction in performance, and nobody notices half of your infrastructure is down.
GulfITAuthor Commented:
Any Updates ?
gheistCommented:
Yes, update - do you have weblogic licence for CPUs sufficient to cover 2 installations of it?
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GulfITAuthor Commented:
Yes
gheistCommented:
In short you need to set up node manager for local node and a node manager for other node in admin server,
then deploy all OBIEE components to both (all) nodes
and configure reverse proxy/balancer in front of them, like oracle http server, apache or nginx (later is faster)

1st step takes long read (i can tell shortcuts, but I dont want to meet you in half year asking to remind)
2nd has step by step (given you learned 1st by doing)
3rd is architectural and political choice, existing load balancer is good enough for it

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