With Oracle GoldenGate Microservices 12c and 18c, the architecture can be configured to use SSL certificates for securing and replicating between sites. This is a huge improvement for securing the replication framework and makes it a lot simpler to replicate data over standard HTTPS ports.
In order to configure Oracle GoldenGate 12c/18c Microserivces with SSL certificates, you either have to generate a self-signed certificate or bring your own certificate (BYOC) to use. This also requires you to build an Oracle Wallet to store the certificates in. Additionally, to secure both sides of the replication environment within a Microservices environment; the wallet is required to be copied to any other environment where you will be replicating to or from.
In this post, I’m providing you with a simple python script that will build the Self-Signed Certificates needed for testing purposes. By using this overly-simplified, script you assume responsibility of using the generated certificates.
For more details on configuring Oracle GoldenGate Microservices 12c/18c using Self-Signed Certificates, refer to the Oracle documentation for Securing Oracle GoldenGate Microservices (here).
My overly-simple python script is located here.
Happy Securing and Enjoy!!!
I’m Bobby Curtis and I’m just your normal average guy who has been working in the technology field for awhile (started when I was 18 with the US Army). The goal of this blog has changed a bit over the years. Initially, it was a general blog where I wrote thoughts down. Then it changed to focus on the Oracle Database, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and eventually Oracle GoldenGate.
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