Backup and Recovery on Exadata can be performed in a variety of ways, depending on MAA requirements and infrastructure available. Below are common solutions to backing up Oracle Databases on Exadata:
Backing up Oracle Database on Exadata to Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance using 100 Gb internal network.
Backing up Oracle Database on Exadata to Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance using dedicated backup network infrastructure.
MAA Best Practices for Exadata Database Machine backup and restore configuration and operations, covering ZDLRA, ZFS, Cloud, and Tape options.
Connecting application tier workloads to Exadata. Whether from Oracle Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, or commodity hardware, below are common solutions to connecting to Oracle Database on Exadata:
Documents the network attachment and configuration steps needed to create secure, private and high bandwidth connectivity between the VMs/Containers, comprising the apps/middleware tier running on Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, and the database tier running on the Oracle Exadata Database Machine.
Describes how to connect to an Exadata Cloud Infrastructure instance using SSH or SQL Developer.
Availability of the Oracle Dual Port 100 Gb Ethernet Adapter for Exadata X9M.
Latest Operational best practices to help you get the most out of your Oracle Exadata Database Machine
Migrating database workloads to Exadata. Whether you're migrating from commodity hardware, non-Oracle database, or refreshing between Exadata generations, below are common solutions to migrating Oracle Database to Exadata:
Simple, Automated, One button approach solution for moving your Oracle Databases into Exadata On-Premises or in the Cloud.
A step-by-step guide for migrating your on-premises Oracle Databases to Exadata On-Prem or Oracle Cloud with Zero Downtime Migration's Physical workflow.