This topic contains the following sections:
- Supported operating systems: Provides information about the Oracle database versions and the operating systems on the Oracle Server hosts that Druva supports.
- Hardware requirements: Provides information about the hardware requirements to install the Hybrid Workloads agent on the Oracle Server host.
- Supported browsers: Provides the minimum requirements for the browsers to access the Hybrid Workloads Management Console.
- Ports and communication protocols for Druva: Provides information about the network configuration that the Hybrid Workloads agent uses to connect to the Druva Cloud.
Supported operating systems
The following table lists the Oracle Database versions and the operating systems on the Oracle Server hosts that Druva supports:
|Oracle Editions (64-bit)||Oracle Linux Host (64-bit)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Host (64-bit)||CentOS Host (64-bit)||SUSE Linux (64-bit)|
|Oracle Database 12c Release||Oracle Linux 7.x UEK||-||CentOS 7.x|
|Oracle Database 18c Release||-||-||CentOS 7.x|
Note: Druva for Oracle is not supported on non-English Oracle database editions and non-English operating systems.
Supported operating systems for the RAC databases
The following table lists the Oracle RAC Database versions and the operating systems on the Oracle server hosts that Druva supports:
|Oracle Editions (64-bit)||Oracle Linux Host (64-bit)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Host (64-bit)||CentOS Host (64-bit)|
Oracle Linux 7.x UEK
To deploy Hybrid Workloads agent on your Oracle server host, ensure that the server host meets the following requirement:
- CPU: 4 cores (Minimum per job)
- RAM: 3 GB (Minimum per job)
- Free space: Druva app data utilizes 2% of the total source data.
- Google Chrome 78
- Microsoft Edge 92
- Mozilla Firefox 70
- Safari 14
Druva communicates with your Oracle Servers to back up and restore databases from your Oracle Servers. This communication happens through ports and protocols that are secure for communication and the transition of data.
Druva uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol for establishing a connection and initiating communication between Druva components and your Oracle Servers.
The following diagram depicts the ports and communication protocols that are used by Druva for secure connection and communication during the backup and restore operations.
Note: If a firewall is set up, allow outbound TCP/IP traffic to *.druva.com through port 443.