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Enterprises never want to lose vital business data, but at the same time, they can't spare sufficient time to backup many critical business applications. A new Oracle Engineered System is coming soon to help solve this problem.

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Business users demand total data protection without loss of application performance or availability. Current IT solutions for database protection too often fail to prevent data loss, fail to avoid long restore downtimes, and fail to protect against system slowdowns during backups. Despite years of technology advancements, database backup and recovery remains a significant challenge as IT administrators struggle to fit ever-expanding databases into backup windows that continue to shrink.

In an effort to balance both business need and IT requirements, many IT organizations have explored the promise of a centralized infrastructure that scales to protect the entire enterprise—only to find that current solutions fail to address all these goals. Although numerous companies claim that their products solve these problems with storage savings (e.g. deduplication), database-level integration, and better performance, the reality has not been so rosy. None of these solutions work reliably in busy database environments, and often lead to islands of fragmented backup processes.

Simplified, Scalable Data Protection

Unveiled at OpenWorld 2013 in San Francisco, Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance addresses all of these challenges. As an Oracle Engineered System, it is built from the ground up to simplify data protection with a modern and scalable architecture that delivers enhanced control over the entire data lifecycle while ensuring high availability for critical databases. To solve many of the long-standing barriers to data protection, the Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance:

 The Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance is the first product to move beyond the decades-long paradigm of expensive and ineffective nightly backups to deliver a solution that truly meets the need for complete protection of critical business data. 
Juan Loaiza,
Senior Vice President, Oracle Software Development
  • Prevents data loss:
    Innovative Delta Push technology ships all database changes and redo log data to the appliance in real-time, reducing data loss exposure to sub-seconds.
  • Minimizes production server loads:
    Backup algorithms integrated into Oracle Database send only changed database data to the appliance. Further, all expensive backup processing activities are offloaded to the appliance, greatly reducing database server workload while also reducing storage cost.
  • Restores to any point in time:
    The Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance validates and compresses the change data it receives. From the stored changes, it can create virtual full copies to points in time on demand.
  • Provides autonomous tape archival:
    Optional tape integration sends backups directly from the appliance to tape, offloading resource-intensive full-backup-to-tape operations from production database servers. This also increases efficiency and reduces costs by enabling tape systems to be used 24 x 7 instead of only during off-peak backup windows.
  • Scales efficiently:
    Its massively scalable architecture lets users expand storage capacity seamlessly to petabytes of storage, with no downtime, and can protect thousands of Oracle databases, whether deployed on Exadata or other platforms.
  • Secures enterprise data:
    The ability to replicate change data in real time to another Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance, along with end-to-end data validation, protects business-critical data from both site disasters and technology malfunctions.

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