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  • May 12, 2020

Standard Edition High Availability for Oracle Database Appliance

Phil Stephenson
Sr . Principal Product Manager

The recent Standard Edition High Availability Blog provides a detailed overview of availability enhancements Oracle has released for Oracle Database 19c Standard Edition 2. The new functionality called Standard Edition High Availability uses Oracle Grid Infrastructure to provide cluster-based failover for Oracle Database 19c Standard Edition 2 databases.  

We are excited to announce that Oracle Database Appliance simplifies and automates Standard Edition High Availability with the ODA 19.6 Release!

With the ODA 19.6 Release, new single-instance Oracle Database 19c Standard Edition 2 databases created using the ODA command-line interface (odacli) or Browser User Interface (BUI) will have Standard Edition High Availability enabled by default (users can choose to disable it).

Existing Standard Edition RAC databases can be easily converted to single-instance databases prior to upgrading to Oracle Database 19c using odacli. Once an existing Standard Edition RAC database is converted to a single-instance database, Standard Edition High Availability can quickly be enabled for this database using odacli.

Standard Edition High Availability for Oracle Database Appliance is only supported on bare metal Oracle Database Appliance High Availability models that have two server nodes, shared storage, and server interconnects. 

See the ODA documentation for more details on Standard Edition High Availability for Oracle Database Appliance.

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