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Best Practices Blueprints for High Availability

Best Practices Blueprints for High Availability

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) is Oracle's best practices blueprint based on proven Oracle high availability technologies, end-to-end validation, expert recommendations and customer experiences. Key goal of MAA is to achieve optimal high availability, data protection and disaster recovery for Oracle customers at the lowest cost and complexity. MAA consists of Reference Architectures for various buckets of HA Service Level Agreements, configuration practices and HA Life Cycle operational best practices and are applicable for non-engineered systems, engineered systems, non-cloud and cloud deployments.

What's New in Oracle MAA

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) - Overview Data Sheet

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) - Overview Data Sheet

Video: Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) for Oracle Database 19c

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Simple Data Guard based solution, helping your migration of 11g non-CDB databases and 12c and later CDB databases to the Oracle Cloud.


 
 

Advanced Oracle Data Guard approach, for migrating 11.2.0.4 and later non-CDB databases to the Oracle Cloud with optional conversion to Oracle multitenant architecture in a manner providing limited downtime. Included in the steps is the ability to incorporate Oracle Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) and optionally encrypt existing user data prior to plug in to the destination container database (CDB).


 
 

The Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (ZDLRA) provides a simple, reliable, and fast migration solution with minimal downtime when Data Guard or GoldenGate options are not available. This method provides a cross platform (Big Endian to Small Endian) database migration.


 
 

You can replicate data to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud and Autonomous Transaction Processing using Oracle GoldenGate On Premises and Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service.


 
 

Oracle Data Guard provides a set of services that create, maintain, and manage standby databases. Standby databases are full copies of the primary database and can be used to reduce the downtime involved in migrating to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database service


 
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