Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco—Sep 29, 2014
During his opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison announced the general availability of Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance, the world's first and only engineered system designed specifically for Oracle Database protection. This massively scalable appliance delivers unparalleled data protection, efficiency, and scalability.
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Existing data protection solutions fail to meet the demands of critical databases because they treat databases as simply files to copy rather than as transactional systems with specific data integrity, performance, and availability requirements. With today’s solutions, business data is lost, end users are impacted, and deployment and management are complex and fragmented. Oracle's Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance tightly integrates advanced data protection technologies with Oracle Database to address these challenges head-on.
The Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance:
A superior approach to Oracle database protection that eliminates data loss and enables recovery to any point in time. (4 slides)
Continuous incremental backup automatically captures real-time database changes—without impacting production performance.
Enables database protection as a service that scales up and out to protect thousands of databases.
Provides complete data protection management for all databases–from data creation to tape archival–from a single interface.
"The Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance marks a completely new approach to data protection—one that focuses on business availability, and not just backups. Companies no longer have to worry about losing critical business data or the performance impact of backups on production environments," said Juan Loaiza, senior vice president Oracle Corporation. "For the first time, organizations can meet all their critical database protection needs—including real-time protection, end-to-end recovery and centralized control for thousands of databases—with a single system."
"The Oracle Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance is a terrific addition to the Oracle Engineered Systems Portfolio," said Mach Terry, senior vice president and head of the information technology division at ACLEDA Bank Plc. "With its support for real-time redo transport, the Appliance is designed to bring Data Guard-like robust data protection not just for our mission critical applications—but for all the Oracle Databases in our Data Center. Also, with its support for incremental-forever backups, we don't have to take periodic full backups, and this should ease the complexity and improve the speed of our backup and restore operations."
The real-time redo and incremental-forever features of the Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance show great potential as they lower the backup impact even further than our current solution, in which standby database servers must still bear the full impact of backup operations," said Szymon Skorupinski, DBA and Backup Services Manager, CERN IT. "At the same time, virtual full backups allow overall database recovery times to be reduced by eliminating incremental apply operations—this would be a critical benefit in CERN's environment where the monthly backup traffic is constantly growing and approaching the Petabyte range."
"Enterprises need to protect vital data for their critical business applications in real time without the downtime or data loss often experienced when using today's solutions traditional approaches," said Laura Dubois, Program Vice President for IDC's Storage practice. "The Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance meets this demand with a simple, yet powerful solution that easily scales to protect databases enterprise-wide and meet ever-stringent recovery point objectives."
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