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When your database is down your business suffers – that’s why we pride ourselves on ensuring your databases are available all the time and in the event of a disaster, we’re able to recover your data so that there is minimal impact to your business applications.

The Oracle database has been widely acknowledged for its technical and thought leadership in the area of high availability (HA), with a broad suite of capabilities that help businesses maintain continuous operations both during unexpected failures and scheduled maintenance activities. With Oracle Database 11g, Oracle has expanded its innovative leadership in HA, with a suite of new features that provide significant value for you.

We have extensive experience in supporting a wide variety of disaster recovery and high availability configurations, ranging from standard Oracle technologies such as RAC (Real Application Clusters), Data Guard and RMAN (Recovery Manager), all the way through to custom built processes such as:

  • Manual log shipping
  • Semi-automated log shipping
  • Custom back up methodologies
  • San snapshot back up methodologies

Oracle Data Guard Support

Our Oracle Support consultants have experience in supporting Data Guard in maximum protection and maximum performance modes through single, multiple, logical and physical standbys, across multiple data centres or multiple continents.

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