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The Exa-guard project

The Exa-guard project

Ok I cannot name the customer (Approval pending) but a very exciting project just came to an end. You might be aware that I currently have a focus on exadata and high availability and sometimes nice projects come across your way. The title is an invented one, as it was a combination of looooots of exadata stuff and dataguard. And admit, it just sounds cool, isn’t it? 😉 The beginning The initial question was: “Can we expand our X3-2 non-prod…

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Keep it running, can you?

Keep it running, can you?

Recently I had a meeting at a customer with a very nice question. It was a kick-off meeting, but the question was … is it possible to have a system that gives us 99,999 or 99,9999 uptime for our Oracle database. My first reaction was, “But can your stack on top handle these requirements as well?” Apparently they already have this, so now it was time to put this on db-level too. I have to say that the MAA-team does…

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OTN Appreciation Day: Dataguard

OTN Appreciation Day: Dataguard

Thanks Tim Hall for the idea about OTN Appreciation day. The feature I like the most in oracle is a rather “old” one, but it can be extremely useful: Dataguard. Why dataguard? I find it extremely easy to set it up, maintain it and it can save you a lot of “troubles”. Especially on big(ger) databases it takes down the time to recover in case of a failure down to seconds instead of hours. The concept is simple: (image borrowed from the…

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