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Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud

Thanos Terentes Printzios
EMEA A&C Technology Adoption Manager

The Database
High Availability and Disaster
needs of customers traditionally have
required significant capital investment in the infrastructure that provides the
redundant capabilities that are needed.

With the cloud
this situation has changed drastically, allowing customers to design hybrid
solutions in which the redundancy to the production on-premise systems is
provided as cloud services, strongly reducing the need for capital investment
in redundant infrastructure.

In this webcast, exclusive for Oracle
partners, you will learn how the Oracle IaaS
and Paas cloud services
can add high availability and disaster recovery
features to the customers' on-premises systems
, as per the Oracle Maximum Availability

You will understand how to position and present the
value proposition to customers, and what are the resources available to help
you in the sales process.

We will discuss different scenarios, matching
any level of criticality and budget, and
the economic and operational benefits obtained when compared to on-premises solutions.


  • Database
    High Availability & Disaster Recovery Customer requirements
  • Pain
  • Oracle
    Cloud Services for High Availability & Disaster Recovery
  • Target
    Customers and Value Proposition
  • Resources
    for Partners
  • Summary
    – Q&A


· Jesus Robles, Director, Cloud and Core Technology,
Oracle EMEA

· Javier Puerta, Director, DB Cloud &
Infrastructure Partner Programs, Oracle EMEA

Delivery Format

This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be
delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24 hours prior to
start time may not receive confirmation to attend.

Date: Thursday,
Mar 23rd , 10 am CET (9am GMT/11am EET)

For any questions please contact us at partner.imc@beehiveonline.oracle.com

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