The ODA 19.8 Release integrates Oracle Data Guard configuration, simplifying the deployment of Data Guard between Oracle Database Appliance systems down to a single command!
Oracle Data Guard is an application that ensures high availability, data protection, and disaster recovery for enterprise data. It supports one or more standby databases to protect from failures, disasters, human error, and data corruption while providing high availability for mission-critical applications.
ODA users with basic knowledge of Oracle Data Guard can now implement standby databases in an easier and faster way, enabling them to meet one or more of the following use-cases:
The high-level process to set up Data Guard between two ODA systems is shown in the following illustration. Before you can run the single configuration command, you need to:
The single command to configure Data Guard is shown in the next screenshot, and this example shows the CLI dialog with the required data. Prepare the data ahead of time, to make it easier to enter it.
And that’s all that is needed to configure Data Guard between two ODA systems!
Configuring Data Guard between two ODA systems has been dramatically simplified down to a single command. Users can now configure Data Guard within minutes, and even less experienced administrators will have an easier time setting up Data Guard to protect their Oracle data. Database versions 11.2, 12.1, 12.2, 18.x, and 19.x are all supported.
In addition, there are other integrated operations with Data Guard that allow you to perform tasks such as:
Refer to the User Guide for a list of complete requirements and detailed steps for the processes described above.