Learn how Oracle's Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance offers holistic database protection solution against ransomware attacks, with transaction-level recovery, end-to-end recovery validation, separation of duty, and air-gapped cyber vault deployment model.
In the second part of our 3-part blog series, our team of experts will give you best practices using Oracle Database High Availability features to secure business-critical workloads in the cloud when you can afford little or no downtime.
MAA and Chaos Engineering (part 1) provides an overview of how the MAA team makes use of chaos engineering to generate the best practices and reference architecture blueprints that we make available for high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) to customers and partners.
Patching Oracle Database is an essential task that customers should regularly accomplish to avoid functional and security bugs. But coping with a release update per quarter is not an easy task. Oracle Fleet Patching and Provisioning (FPP) uses out-of-place patching, standardization, and automation to solve this problem.
To mirror, or not to mirror, that’s the question This question often starts with another question: “How can I protect my database with zero data loss and the least amount of downtime”? Regardless of the infrastructure you’re running on, this is a very good, common, and valid question.