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Oracle's Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance X8M is a pre-built data-protection solution that eliminates Oracle Database data-loss exposure throughout the enterprise. The Recovery Appliance continually protects customer databases by logging and validating all changes as they occur to ensure recoverability. This approach reduces backup time by eliminating the need for full backups and frees database server resources to focus on operational work.
Oracle Database changes are sent from database server memory to the Recovery Appliance, where they are logged in real-time, protecting customer databases with sub-second recovery point objectives.
Automated, incremental-forever backups protect customer databases up to 50X faster than traditional methods, as described in the Exelon video.
Recovery Appliance uses its knowledge of internal Oracle Database formats to validate backups during their creation, ensuring that customer databases are always recoverable.
Recovery Appliance automatically generates a virtual full backup at the start of the recovery process, enabling up to 8X faster recoveries compared with traditional approaches, as described in the Energy Transfer video.
Database administrators (DBAs) easily protect important databases in offsite locations using built-in abilities to copy them to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and then replicate them to remote Recovery Appliance systems.
A scalable design with no single-point-of-failure and fault resiliency allows IT teams to protect and recovery customer databases across component, server, and storage failures.
Built-in automation proactively tests storage devices for potential failures and repairs or disables them to ensure continuous availability of customer databases. Automatic logging of maintenance requests reduces system administrator workloads and accelerates repairs.
Starting with 1.5 PB of virtual full backup capacity and easily scaling to as much as 170 PB of capacity, Recovery Appliance enables customers to flexibly increase capacity to protect databases throughout the enterprise.
Recovery Appliance sustains up to 24 TB/hour of data-protection performance per rack, so database administrators (DBAs) can rapidly back up and recover customer databases. Each system can be scaled by 18X to provide 432 TB/hour throughput to meet customers’ enterprise-wide requirements.
Optimizations with Oracle Database, including backup validation offload to the Recovery Appliance, reduce database server overhead by up to 25% (PDF) so customer’s production databases run at the highest possible performance during backups.
Recovery Appliance automation reduces database administrator (DBA) workloads, eliminating up to 80% of the manual tasks required to backup and recover a database, as described in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF).
Built-in, full-stack integration reduces customers’ hardware requirements and management workloads, lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) by over 30% compared to traditional, purpose-built backup appliances.
Database administrators (DBAs) define multiple tiers of data-protection policies and apply them to different classes of databases throughout the enterprise, optimizing recoverability while managing costs.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control gives database administrators (DBAs) a complete, end-to-end view of the data-protection lifecycle, so they can quickly understand database status, identify issues, and take corrective actions.
Continuous monitoring of database recoverability with built-in alerting and report generation make it easier for enterprises to meet compliance requirements.
Recovery Appliance simplifies Oracle Database protection in customer data centers with backup, recovery, and archiving of databases running on Oracle engineered systems and virtually any server/operating system combination.
Centralized application of data-protection policies ensures that local database administrators (DBAs) can’t accidentally or maliciously delete backups, while role-based administration limits unauthorized access to them.
Automated database protection, validation, and recovery of customer databases eliminates many human errors, reducing by 98% the likelihood of database administrators (DBAs) having to do a manual recovery, as discussed in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF).
Database administrators (DBAs) utilize familiar RMAN techniques to protect and recover databases, simplifying the implementation of data protection as a service across the enterprise.
Recovery goals are enforced on a per-database basis, so customers can customize replication to remote Recovery Appliances and archiving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure or tape systems.
Optimized recovery of Oracle databases enables customers to shorten unplanned outages and, as discussed in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF), reduce their revenue impact by up to 47% (PDF).
Consolidating enterprise-wide database protection eliminates inefficient, standalone solutions while cutting customers capital and operating expenses.
Efficient server-side awareness of database changes dramatically reduces backup network traffic, lowering customers’ operational expenses.
Database-aware compression and deduplication shrink storage requirements by up to 40%, reducing customers’ total cost of ownership, as discussed in Swisscom’s video.
Recovery Appliance automation improves database administrator (DBA) productivity and lowers costs by reducing the typical number of backup and recovery steps by more than 80%, as discussed in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF).
Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance is used by customers around the world to protect crucial Oracle databases, consolidate data protection infrastructure, and reduce costs.
Continually protect Oracle databases with secure systems and mitigate the impact of cyberattacks with rapid database recoveries to any point in time.
Reduce the duration and financial impact of unplanned downtime with automated recoveries that take less time than with traditional backup and recovery appliances.
As the premier Oracle Engineered System for database protection, Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance is fault-isolated from the production database, so if a cyberattack hits the database, the appliance is not compromised.Read the complete post