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High Availability & Disaster Recovery
with Oracle C...
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4
Program Agenda
Motivation for Disaster Re...
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Compensation
Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and...
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• Prevent Data Loss by removing
Single Point of Fai...
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Challenges with Disaster Recovery Deployment
Comple...
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Disaster Recovery to Oracle Cloud
Simple
Deployment...
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Compensation
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• Enterprises that do not
have a DR site
– Cannot a...
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Compensation
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DR to Cloud Solution components
High Availability T...
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Spectrum of Oracle Database Cloud Services
Exadata ...
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• Offsite Database Backups (10.2 and above) with
Si...
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Compensation
Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle an...
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MAA Reference Architectures for the Cloud
Productio...
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Silver: Disaster Recovery to Cloud using Backups
Su...
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Gold: Achieve DR to Cloud with Zero Data Loss and F...
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Platinum: Achieve DR to Cloud with Zero Application...
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Full Stack DR to Cloud using Replication
• On Premi...
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Compensation
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How did we differentiated
• Oracle Only Offers DB E...
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Building the business
case for DR in the
Cloud
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It is well-known that utilization and workload patte...
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This puts DR environments with extremely “spiky” loa...
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The level of savings enabled by DR2Cloud may vary de...
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… but most of the time it is extremely appealing, as...
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Cloud HA & DR Configuration
Click Through Demo
Primary & Standby in the Cloud (DBaaS)
• Terminology
– OPC DBaaS
• Region : US or EMEA
• Datacenters : US - Chicago & Ashb...
Data Guard : EE, HP
Active Data Guard : EP
Choice of SI, RAC, SI+DG
and RAC+DG
Choice of HA or DR
Change
default
listener port
Automated Data Guard Setup
• It will take some time to setup Data Guard in the cloud
– Primary database is first created w...
Dashboard Details & User Operations
Choosing Disaster Recovery
Choosing DR
Choosing RAC with Disaster Recovery
RAC + DG
Setup
RAC + Active Data Guard (Requires Extreme Performance)
Choice of DR
or HA with
RAC
Edition Specific Options
When EE is
chosen, only
SI options
are enabled
Compensation
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Resources for Partners
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Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud
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Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud

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The Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery needs of customers traditionally have required significant capital investment in the infrastructure that provides the redundant capabilities that are needed.

With the cloud this situation has changed drastically, allowing customers to design hybrid solutions in which the redundancy to the production on-premise systems is provided as cloud services, strongly reducing the need for capital investment in redundant infrastructure.

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Partner Webcast – Enabling Oracle Database High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud

  1. 1. Copyright © 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | High Availability & Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud Data Protection for Cloud & On-Premises Databases Jesus Robles Director, EMEA Core Technology Oracle EMEA Technology Javier Puerta Director, DB Cloud & Infrastructure Partner Programs Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels March 23, 2017
  2. 2. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. |3/23/2017 4 Program Agenda Motivation for Disaster Recovery in the Cloud. How does the DR Solution look like? Using Cloud for Disaster Recovery, main use cases. Customer Wins. Building the business case for DR in the Cloud. Demo Resources for Partners 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4
  3. 3. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 5 Motivation for Disaster Recovery in the Cloud 5
  4. 4. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | • Prevent Data Loss by removing Single Point of Failures. • Reduce Downtime Cost & Revenue impact for Planned & Unplanned Outages. • Disaster and Data Protection for Compliance & Regulatory Purposes. Customers need a Disaster Recovery Plan 6
  5. 5. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Challenges with Disaster Recovery Deployment Complex to Plan & Deploy DR Site Risk of Data Inconsistency & Corruption Higher CAPEX & Management Cost Data Security Concerns Long Time to Deploy No On-Demand Elasticity to Match Production Data Growth 7
  6. 6. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Disaster Recovery to Oracle Cloud Simple Deployment Model - Oracle Managed Infrastructure No CAPEX, Low OPEX Strong Data Security with Encryption / SSL Elastic Compute and Storage for Data Protection On-Demand, Instantaneous Elastic DR Site No Data Inconsistency or Corruption due to continuous validation 8
  7. 7. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Target Criteria & Personas 9
  8. 8. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | • Enterprises that do not have a DR site – Cannot afford CAPEX for deploying an on-prem DR site – Want low OPEX DR site with no active management – Offsite copy for regulatory & compliance reasons – Want a lower RTO / RPO • Enterprises that already have a DR site – Want to reduce cost by migrating DR site to cloud – Want to have a sandbox environment in the cloud – Additional offsite copy in the cloud – Want on-demand commission & de- commission of DR site • Enterprises who already have production in the cloud (or are planning to migrate to cloud) – Seeking a low OPEX model – Want “all in the cloud” DR (primary and standby in the cloud) DR to Cloud: Target Accounts & Recommended Solution Solution: Hybrid DR On-Premises  Cloud Solution: Hybrid DR On-Premises  Cloud Solution: Cloud DR Cloud  Cloud 10
  9. 9. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 11Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Personas and their Disaster Recovery Needs in the Cloud • Accelerate time to recovery in case of HW failures or data corruption • Reduce the cost of DR environment • Meet regulatory compliance requirements for offsite data protection • Reduce CapEX, OpEx and risk • Maximize business agility and budget flexibility using elastic DR capability • Protect data in case of disaster; Secured against data breach • Faster time to recovery • Ensure company viability is not threatened endangered by disaster • Quickly stand up DB in cloud from RMAN backups (cold site recovery) • Leverage standard DB options like Data Guard, Active DG, and Golden Gate for higher availability and better RTO/RPO. No retraining • Maximum Availability Architecture defined deployments DBA / Data Manager DB Admin, DBA Manager Executive CIO / CFO LOB Leaders / Business Owners 11
  10. 10. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Oracle’s Solution for Disaster Recovery to the Cloud 12
  11. 11. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | DR to Cloud Solution components High Availability Technologies for Cloud deployments Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture integration with ExaCS and ExaCM Reference Architectures On-Premises and in the Cloud Database Cloud Services 13
  12. 12. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Spectrum of Oracle Database Cloud Services Exadata Express DBCS - Elastic Compute or Bare metal Exadata Cloud Service DB Release 12.2 11.2, 12.1, 12.2 11.2, 12.1, 12.2 Edition Enterprise Edition Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition Enterprise Edition Options Most DBO SE - EE No DBO High Performance Most DBO Extreme Performance .All DBO (RAC/ADG/In-Memory) All DBO Infrastructure PDB on Shared Exadata - Management (*)Fully Managed by Oracle (**)Automated by Oracle (**)Automated by Oracle Number of OCPUs Elastic Compute Bare Metal ¼ - 2 DB Nodes ½ -4 DB Nodes Full -8 DB NodesGeneral purpose High Memory High I/O Dense I/O X20 X50 X50IM 1 -16 1-16 2-36 2-36 16-68 56-136 112- 272 Memory (GB) 6 GB 10 GB 20 GB 7.5-120 GB 15-240 GB 512 GB 512 GB 480 GB 960 GB 1,920 GB Storage (usable) 20 GB 20 GB 50 GB 4.6 TB 4.2 TB 9.6 TB 42 TB 84 TB 168 TB Use cases Dev & Test / Departmental Dev & Test / Departmental / Enterprise Dev &Test / Departmental/Enterprise Mission Critical 11 Flexible deployment Platforms – Oracle Public Cloud, Cloud @ Customer 1 dedicated OCPU Additional CPU capacity provided for OS, background processes and mid-tier services. Oracle Public Cloud Oracle Public Cloud Oracle Cloud Machine Dedicated Exadata (¼, ½, Full)ExaCS -OPC ExaCM –C@C (**) Tools for: Storage & Compute scaling . Network Security . Patch automation. Schedule Backup(*) No customer DBA required. 14
  13. 13. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | • Offsite Database Backups (10.2 and above) with Simple and Low Cost Cloud Storage • Includes data encryption, compression and 3-way Geo-Replication and Cloud Storage • Standalone or with DBCS non-metered • Pre-Paid DBCS Subscription –Metered • Capture from On-Premises Oracle Databases • Requires Golden Gate On-Premises licenses • Deliver to Database Cloud Service in Oracle Public Cloud • OCPU is counted based on the target database, DBCS OCPUs Complementary Cloud Services for DR to the Cloud Oracle Database Backup Cloud Service Golden Gate Cloud Service GGCS OC3 OC5 OCPU 1 4 Total Memory 7.5GB 30GB Usable Local Storage 1TB 1TB 15
  14. 14. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Using Cloud for DR, main use cases 16
  15. 15. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | MAA Reference Architectures for the Cloud Production Data Centre – On Premises, Oracle Cloud, Cloud @ Customer Generic x86 Exadata ExaCM Database Backups ODBCS SILVER Queries ExaCS/CM Active Standby Backup Test/Dev GOLD Zero Data Loss Reporting Primary Data Centre Disaster Recovery– Oracle Cloud or Cloud@Customer Queries ExaCS/CM Active Standby Backup Test/Dev PLATINUM Gold + Zero App Downtime Reporting GGCS ExaCS 17
  16. 16. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Silver: Disaster Recovery to Cloud using Backups Summary – Dev/Test/Prod Databases – Periodic backups at the local site replicated to the DR site – Recovery time may be long – Potential Data Loss Cloud Services for DR -Oracle Cloud: For ExaCS use Oracle Database Backup Cloud Service -Cloud@Customer: For ExaCM use ZDLRA, ZFS Appliance #1 Local Backup Production Disaster Recovery ODBCS SILVER Replicated Backup 18
  17. 17. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Gold: Achieve DR to Cloud with Zero Data Loss and Fast Failovers Summary – Business Critical Databases – Protection from planned & unplanned outages – Zero Data Loss (Far-Sync Instance) – Increased ROI with offloading Real-time queries, reporting, backups, test & dev – On-Demand DR site in the Cloud , burst during DR Oracle Products/ Cloud Services for DR - Cloud@Customer: ExaCM, ZFS or ZDLRA, Generic x86 for Far Sync - Oracle Cloud : ExaCS , Database Backup Cloud Service , Compute Service for Far-Sync - On-Premises: Active Data Guard Option ExaCS/CM Active Data Guard Backup Queries ReportingTest/Dev Production Oracle Cloud or Cloud@Customer for DR GOLD 19
  18. 18. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Platinum: Achieve DR to Cloud with Zero Application Outage, Zero Data Loss ExaCS /CM Active Data Guard Backup Queries Reporting Test/Dev Production Oracle Cloud or Cloud@Customer for DR Summary – Mission Critical Databases – Protection from planned & unplanned outages – Zero Application downtime using Golden Gate – Increased ROI with offloading Real-time queries, reporting, backups, test & dev – On-Demand DR site in the Cloud , burst during DR Oracle Products/ Cloud Services for DR - Cloud@Customer: ExaCM, ZFS or ZDLRA, Generic x86 for Far Sync , GGCS - Oracle Cloud : ExaCS, Database Backup Cloud Service, Compute Service for Far-Sync, GGCS - On-Premises: Golden Gate for Oracle Database PLATINUM 20
  19. 19. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Full Stack DR to Cloud using Replication • On Premises – Application Tier: Copy app data into database – Database Tier: Replicate database using (Active) Data Guard • In the Cloud during DR – Database Tier: Failover database first – Application Tier: Copy app data into compute • Selling Opportunities – ExaCS, ExaCM, DBCS – Active Data Guard – Compute Cloud, Network Cloud On-Premises to Cloud & C-2-C Oracle Cloud (DR Site) On-Premises (Production) Production Database Clients DBCS or Exadata Cloud Standby Database Active Link Compute (Active) Data Guard Applications Copy App Data to Database J a v a Failover Link DBFS DBFS Java Copy App Data to compute 21
  20. 20. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 22 Customer Wins 22
  21. 21. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | How did we differentiated • Oracle Only Offers DB EE Licenses with advanced options as subscriptions • EBS been certified only on Oracle Cloud • Oracle Only Offers Engineered systems scale in the Cloud, everybody else offers commodity hardware • ExadataCS offers dedicated hardware with No Noisy Neighbors which guarantees predictable performance • Oracle Cloud Offers automation capabilities for Backup, Patching, Migration, others do it yourself (DIY) Oracle EBS on IaaS/PaaS Win Case Study – AlShaya Group As one of the most dynamic and successful retailers in the region, Alshaya Retail franchises some of the world's best known brands such as Starbucks, H&M, Mothercare, Debenhams, American Eagle Outfitters, P.F. Chang's, The Cheesecake Factory, Victoria's Secret, Boots, Pottery Barn and KidZania Competition • Fierce competition with MS Azure • Early adopter for Office 365 Cloud • Heavily Evaluating Azure IaaS Stack with big focus from MS on Demos, POC, Workshops, Free Trials • Second largest player in the IaaS Magic Quadrant • Large Data Center Presence • Maturity and proven Track Record • Strategic Relationship Solution • HA Multi Data Center Deployment • Primary in Slough – UK DC • DR in AMS – NL DC • Compute Cloud Service (IaaS) • Exadata Cloud Service (PaaS) • Block Storage Cloud Service • Object Storage Cloud Service • DB Backup Cloud Service • Engineered System Cloud VPN Service Deal Size • $ 1.62 Million – 3 Years TCV • $ 0.54 Million – 1 Year ARR 23
  22. 22. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 24Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Summary: Oracle Cloud for DR Protects both on-premises (Hybrid) and Cloud applications Low OPEX model with Oracle managed cloud infrastructure On-demand resource elasticity in the cloud Satisfy compliance & regulatory requirements for an off-site copy High ROI with cloud based standby can be used to offload production workload Database-aware data protection with encrypted data for security
  23. 23. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Building the business case for DR in the Cloud
  24. 24. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | It is well-known that utilization and workload pattern are among key drivers of efficiency for Cloud adoption Utilization % & workload profile − Low average % − Demand pattern: stable versus variable Labor costs − Existing costs − Future costs avoidance Duration of projects − For activities or projects limited in time Product selection Inputs & Benefits Business summary 1 2 3 26
  25. 25. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | This puts DR environments with extremely “spiky” load patterns among the best candidates to reap benefits of Cloud Details Observations  IT resources with an equal utilization over time  An application experiencing static workload is less likely to benefit from an elastic cloud that offers a pay-per-use billing.  IT resources with a peaking utilization at reoccurring time intervals, a cyclical periodic load  Cost-saving potential in scope of periodic work- load is to use a a pay-per-use pricing model allowing the decommissioning of resources during non-peak times  IT resources with an equal utilization over time disturbed by a strong peak occurring only once experience once- in-a-lifetime workload  Characteristic for this type of workload is the large difference between the IT resources required during the peak and those required otherwise. As for periodic workload, static scaling provisions IT resources for the predicted workload peak  IT resources with a random and unforeseeable utilization over time  As the peaks are random and unpredictable, utilization of resources is monitored and resource numbers are adjusted based on this information  IT resources with a utilization that grows or shrinks over time experience continuously changing workload  Elasticity of clouds enables applications experiencing continuously changing work-load to provision or decommission resources with the same rate as the workload changes well-suited for Cloud “sweet spots” for Cloud A typical “idle” DR A partially utilized “DR 27
  26. 26. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | The level of savings enabled by DR2Cloud may vary depending on several key parameters… Average utilization of the DR Compute & PaaS  For DR environments not utilized other than during Prod failures, resource utilization should be very low compared to On-Prem capacity – the minimal resources needed to support data replication and fast provisioning / scaling up (“pilot light” approach)  For “Hot” DRs utilized for some read-only workloads even outside failure periods may be higher but still should be less than On-Prem equivalent due to cyclical nature of the workload On-Premise licensing context  If new licenses are to be acquired for a DR site, this makes the Cloud alternative much more attractive in the short- to mid-term  If a ULA is present, this essentially removes the savings from licenses & support (as they cannot be properly allocated to a specific environment), leavings only infrastructure costs in play Infrastructure and platform type  DRs for Engineered Systems may have different economics (e.g. using Exadata Cloud Service) than those for generic infrastructure  At the DB level, set of used features determines set of On-Prem licenses and the level of DBaaS thus influencing the cost structure  + other parameters related to the specific costs structure of a given system in scope 28
  27. 27. Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | … but most of the time it is extremely appealing, as per examples based on Cloud Insight’s model for DR2Cloud Sample 1: existing licenses, IaaS + BYOL (license costs excluded) 8.1 8.6 4.3 4.2 11.4 10.4 On Premise -62,2% 34,1 12,9 Oracle Cloud Servers Storage System SW DC resources Cloud compute Cloud storage The numbers are in ‘000s USD for 3-year TCO for a system running on Oracle DB EE with 16 x86 cores and 6 TB of data and an App server with 10 x86 cores; 2 OCPUs are assumed to be utilized for the “pilot light” setup 86.4 175.6 4.2 8.1 -52,6% 99,3 Oracle Cloud 8,6 4,3 209,7 On Premise 11,4 10,4 Cloud compute Cloud storage DC resources Servers Storage System SW DB CS DB SW Sample 2: existing licenses vs IaaS + DBaaS, DR not utilized Sample 3: licenses need to be acquired, DR utilized at 30% 259.2 441.6 4.2 8.1 10.4 Oracle Cloud -42,8% On Premise 4,38,6 272,1 475,7 11,4 DC resources Cloud compute System SW Servers Cloud storage DB CS DB SW Storage 29
  28. 28. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Cloud HA & DR Configuration Click Through Demo
  29. 29. Primary & Standby in the Cloud (DBaaS) • Terminology – OPC DBaaS • Region : US or EMEA • Datacenters : US - Chicago & Ashburn, EMEA - Slough & Amsterdam • Each datacenter has multiple “zones” – with separate rack, power, cooling etc. – Bare Metal (BMC) DBaaS • Region: Phoenix or Ashburn (in future) • Datacenters (aka Availability Domains): 3 in each Region • High Availability – Primary and Standby in the same datacenter (OPC) or in the same region (BMC) • Disaster Recovery • Primary and Standby in separate datacenters (OPC) or across regions (BMC) This click-through is for OPC DBaaS
  30. 30. Data Guard : EE, HP Active Data Guard : EP
  31. 31. Choice of SI, RAC, SI+DG and RAC+DG
  32. 32. Choice of HA or DR
  33. 33. Change default listener port
  34. 34. Automated Data Guard Setup • It will take some time to setup Data Guard in the cloud – Primary database is first created with seed database – Standby is then instantiated from the Primary using RMAN ACTIVE DUPLICATE – Replication is configured in ASYNC mode • When Extreme Performance is chosen – Active Data Guard is setup – Standby can be used for read-only workloads • When EE or High Performance is chosen – Data Guard is setup – Standby is only used for DR • Additional Use Cases – Snapshot standby, test/dev using cloning etc.
  35. 35. Dashboard Details & User Operations
  36. 36. Choosing Disaster Recovery
  37. 37. Choosing DR
  38. 38. Choosing RAC with Disaster Recovery
  39. 39. RAC + DG Setup RAC + Active Data Guard (Requires Extreme Performance)
  40. 40. Choice of DR or HA with RAC
  41. 41. Edition Specific Options
  42. 42. When EE is chosen, only SI options are enabled
  43. 43. Compensation Recruiting Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 55 Resources for Partners 55Oracle Confidential - Internal and OPN Partners only
  44. 44. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Resources for Partners • White Papers – DR to the Oracle Cloud (Production On-Premises, DR in the Cloud) – DR in the Oracle Cloud (Production and DR in the Cloud) • Sales Kit (Community membership required for access – Register at http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/exadata-emea ) – High Availability & Disaster Recovery with Oracle Cloud – Sales kit • Landing pages • Oracle Database Cloud Service: https://cloud.oracle.com/database • Oracle Database Backup Cloud Service: https://cloud.oracle.com/database_backup • Maximum Availability Architecture: http://oracle.com/goto/maa 56
  45. 45. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Oracle Partner Hub EMEA Innovation & Modernization Center Partner.IMC@beehiveonline.oracle.com twitter.com/OracleIMC facebook.com/OracleIMC plus.google.com/+OracleIMC youtube.com/user/OracleIMCTeam linkedin.com/groups/4535240 blogs.oracle.com/imc 57
  46. 46. Copyright © 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 58

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