Implementing Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) using Oracle Database Appliance (ODA)
By Ravi.Sharma-Oracle on Sep 25, 2013
Oracle Database Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) is Oracle’s blueprint for maximizing database uptime and availability for important business system and mission critical architecture. Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) and Oracle Data Guard and Oracle Database Best Practices are some of the key components of this architecture. Oracle RAC provides high availability in the event of intra-site failures (failures that occur within the primary database environment, such as node failures, network failure, etc.) while Oracle Data Guard provides high availability in the event of site level failures, storage sub-system failures, and planned downtime. Within Oracle MAA, Oracle’s Database Best Practices ensure a consistent and optimal implementation of a database environment.
Traditionally, implementing Oracle Database MAA has been a complex and time consuming initiative, sometimes requiring weeks to months of efforts to fully implement. However, you can readily deploy Oracle Database Maximum Availability Architecture using Oracle Database Appliance (ODA). Oracle Database Appliance can provide the pre-built Oracle RAC highly available environment for each site and includes database best practices embedded in the pre-configured system.
Check out the white paper titled “Deploying Oracle Data Guard with Oracle Database Appliance” as it provides a reference sample implementation of Oracle Data Guard across Oracle Database Appliance environments.