Business Continuity Solutions to Survive Outages

Kumar R., Arun
June 2007
Database Trends & Applications;Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p20
The article discusses several business continuity solutions of Oracle that can provide essential or all functionalities needed to run businesses in case of any outages. Oracle Databases are used for geographically dispersed data center operations. Oracle uses several techniques, like Oracle Data Guard, Streams and Snapshots, to keep the data synchronized. A brief description of each database is provided. Tips on how to choose a business continuity solution suitable for any kind of business is mentioned.


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