Achieving a more Highly Available Environment with Disaster Recovery
1 Apr 2013
If you lose your primary database environment for a day or even an hour due to a disaster (human error, natural or any other), what would the impact to your business be? Would you lose money, clients or your reputation? What if you lost the whole datacenter hosting your 4-node RAC environment? This is where Disaster Recovery comes into play. If your disaster recovery plan is in place, you could just activate it. In most cases this means that you start the change control process, switch over to your “hot” standby databases in a secondary datacenter, which may be in a different geographical location. In this session you will be taken on a journey on what Disaster Recovery is and how using Oracle Standby database technology you can implement a solution that can save you a lot of headache and money when disaster strikes.
Dbvisit Software Limited
Anton is currently the Product Development Manager & Architect at Dbvisit Software Limited. He has been working with Oracle database technology for more than 13 years and successfully implemented many projects from small to large scale, and enjoys technical challenges. His areas of interest include Linux, Oracle Standby, Oracle Backup and Recovery to name just a few. Anton is an Oracle Database 11g Certified Master. His other qualifications include a B.Sc. Degree in Informatics, certifications in Solaris and Red Hat administration. When not working, Anton enjoys playing golf, movies and theatre.