Maximum Availability with Oracle GoldenGate
By Irem Radzik-Oracle on Dec 10, 2012
Oracle Database offers a variety of built-in and optional products for maximum availability, and it is well known for its robust high availability and disaster recovery solutions. With its heterogeneous, real-time, transactional data movement capabilities, Oracle GoldenGate is a key part of the Maximum Availability Architecture for Oracle Database.
This week on Thursday Dec. 13th we will be presenting in a live webcast how Oracle GoldenGate fits into Oracle Database Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA). Joe Meeks from the Oracle Database High Availability team will discuss how Oracle GoldenGate complements other key products within MAA such as Active Data Guard. Nick Wagner from GoldenGate PM team will present how to upgrade to latest Oracle Database release without any downtime. Nick will also cover 2 new features of Oracle GoldenGate 11gR2: Integrated Capture for Oracle Database and Automated Conflict Detection and Resolution. Nick will provide in depth review of these new features with examples.
Oracle GoldenGate also offers maximum availability for non-Oracle databases, such as HP NonStop, SQL Server, DB2 (LUW, iSeries, or zSeries) and more. The same robust, reliable real-time, bidirectional data movement capabilities apply to all supported databases.
I'd like to invite you to join us on Thursday Dec. 13th 10am PT/1pm ET to hear from the product experts on how to use GoldenGate for maximizing database availability and to ask your questions. You can find the registration link below.
Thursday Dec. 13th 10am PT/1pm ET
Look forward to another great webcast with lots of interaction with the audience.