Full Stack Disaster Recovery now available in Australia and India

January 4, 2022 | 2 minute read
Greg King
Principal product manager for OCI Full Stack Disaster Recovery
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We’re pleased to announce that Full Stack Disaster Recovery is available for immediate use in five more OC1 regions of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI):

  • Hyderabad, India

  • Melbourne, Australia

  • Mumbai, India

  • San Jose, United States

  • Sydney, Australia

These regions add to the five regions available with the initial release of full stack disaster recovery in October 2022:

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Ashburn, United States

  • London, United Kingdom

  • Frankfurt, Germany

  • Phoenix, United States

Full Stack Disaster Recovery orchestrates fully automated recoveries of compute, databases, and applications between OCI regions.

Manage applications with different service levels

Companies deploy network, storage, compute, database, and Oracle and non-Oracle application suites across OCI regions in a way that meets their business needs. Full Stack Disaster Recovery fully automates the actual steps needed to perform a switchover or failover of individual enterprise applications and workloads between OCI regions with a single click.

Full Stack Disaster Recovery allows your IT staff to organize and control individual applications independently of each other. You can deploy each application or workload across OCI regions using completely different deployment architectures to meet unique service level requirements for each application.

Full Stack Disaster Recovery is designed to work with any deployment architecture. Companies are free implement applications using any deployment architecture, such as Pilot Light, warm standby, hot standby, or active-active.

Use OCI APIs to configure, run, and manage disaster recovery

Full Stack Disaster Recovery is a native OCI service, which means that you can manage and control it using the standard OCI application programing interface (APIs). Use any common OCI interfaces, such as Terraform or Ansible, to fully control Full Stack Disaster Recovery, including creating, updating, managing, and running disaster recovery protection groups and plans, such as disaster recovery workflows and runbooks.

Want to know more?

For more information, visit our product page for Full Stack Disaster Recovery or reach out to your trusted Oracle account team or Oracle partner.

To help you get started with Full Stack Disaster Recovery, see the following resources:

Greg King

Principal product manager for OCI Full Stack Disaster Recovery

I have an extensive background in professional services, product management as well as production systems administration, specializing in networking, storage, storage networking, high availability, business continuity and mission critical computing 

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