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Full Database Protection Without the Full Backup Plan: Oracle's Cloud-Scaled Zero Data Loss Recovery

Today’s tidal wave of big data isn’t just made up of loose unstructured documents – huge data growth is happening everywhere including in high-value structured datasets kept in databases like Oracle Database 12c. This data is any company’s most valuable core data that powers most key business applications – and it’s growing fast! According to Oracle, in 5 years (by 2020) most enterprises expect 50x data growth. As their scope and coverage grow, these key databases inherently become even more critical to our businesses. At the same time, the sheer number of database-driven applications and users is also multiplying – and they increasingly need to be online, globally, 24 x 7. Which all leads to the big burning question: How can we possibly protect all this critical data, data we depend on more and more even as it grows, all the time?

We just can’t keep taking more time out of the 24-hour day for longer and larger database backups. The traditional batch window backup approach is already often beyond practical limits and its problems are only getting worse with data growth – missed backup windows, increased performance degradation, unavailability, fragility, risk and cost. It’s now time for a new data protection approach that can do away with the idea of batch window backups, yet still provide immediate backup copies to recover from failures, corruption, and other disasters.

Oracle has stepped up in a big way, and marshaling expertise and technologies from across their engineered systems portfolio, has developed a new Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance. Note the very intentional name that is focused on total recoverability – the Recovery Appliance is definitely not just another backup target. This new appliance eliminates the pains and risks of the full database backup window approach completely through a highly engineered continuous data protection solution for Oracle databases. It is now possible to immediately recover any database to any point in time desired, as the Recovery Appliance provides “virtual” full backups on demand and can scale to protect thousands of databases and petabytes of capacity. In fact, it offloads backup processes from production database servers which can increase performance in Oracle environments typically by  25%. Adopting this new backup and recovery solution will actually give CPU cycles back to the business.

In this report, we’ll briefly review why conventional data protection approaches based on the backup window are fast becoming obsolete. Then we’ll look into how Oracle has designed the new Recovery Appliance to provide a unique approach to ensuring data protection in real-time, at scale, for thousands of databases and PBs of data. We’ll see how zero data loss, incremental forever backups, continuous validation, and other innovations have completely changed the game of database data protection. For the first time there is now a real and practical way to fully protect a global corporation’s databases—on-premise and in the cloud—even in the face of today’s tremendous big data growth.

Publish date: 12/22/15
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Cloud-Enabling the Mainframe - Oracle VSM7 Unlocks Mainframe Storage Options

Today Oracle launches the 7th generation of its enterprise-class virtual tape library, the StorageTek VSM7.

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Storage technologies evolve toward a data-processing platform

Emerging technologies such as containers, HCI and big data have blurred the lines between compute and storage platforms, breaking down traditional IT silos.

  • Premiered: 05/18/17
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Data Center
Topic(s): TBA Storage TBA Big Data TBA Compute TBA HCI TBA hyperconverged TBA hyperconvergence TBA hyperconverged infrastructure TBA container TBA Mike Matchett TBA SDS TBA software-defined TBA software-defined storage TBA Data Storage TBA scale-out TBA Availability TBA convergence TBA HPE TBA SimpliVity TBA Nutanix TBA Hybrid Cloud TBA Cloud TBA server-side flash TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Datrium TBA DriveScale TBA Igneous TBA Hadoop TBA Spark TBA HDFS