By Ram Narayanan-Oracle on Dec 19, 2014
Check out the Maximum Availability Architecture blog for the latest on Oracle Database high availability and data protection offerings, best practices and technology strategy. Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) enables organizations to address all types of unplanned and planned outages - from component failures to region-wide disasters to planned maintenance, upgrades and migrations. These blog postings are created and maintained by members of Oracle’s Maximum Availability Architecture team within Oracle’s Server Technology Development group and the Oracle Database HA product marketing team. The MAA team interacts with Oracle’s customers around the world on various critical high availability (HA) initiatives. Our goal is to enrich the Oracle ecosystem with an interesting, informative and interactive conversation around Oracle MAA.
Recent updates to the MAA blog include the following topics:
Maximum Availability Architecture
- Oracle MAA Part 1: When One Size Does Not Fit All
- Oracle MAA Part 2: Bronze HA Reference Architecture
- Oracle MAA Part 3: Silver HA Reference Architecture
- Oracle MAA Part 4: Gold HA Reference Architecture
- Oracle Reinvents Database Protection with Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance
- Oracle Database 12c RMAN Enhancements
- Backup to Oracle Cloud - Introduction to Oracle Database Backup Service
- Oracle Data Protection: How Do You Measure Up?
- Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active: Part 1
- Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active: Part 2
- Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active: Part 3
- Oracle Database 12c Global Data Services: Part1 - Automated Workload Management for Replicated Databases
- Oracle Database 12c Global Data Services: Part 2 - Load Balancing Use Cases
Please refer to the MAA website on OTN - http://www.oracle.com/goto/maa, for the latest collection of best practices for Oracle MAA.