Monthly Archives: September 2018

Swingbench Short Cookbook Commands

Swingbench Short Cookbook Commands

In this example, we are using Swingbench 2.6 with the Order Entry stress test using a configuration file (SOE_Server_Side_V2.xml). Connection String The connection will always be defined to the pluggable database (not CDB), if installed.

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Disaster Recovery in a Box – Literally

If you’ve been basing your risk management and business continuity strategy on the premise that it’s impossible to achieve zero data loss (ZDL) in backup-only environments, you may want to reconsider. Axxana’s DR in a Box™ solution provides ZDL recovery for Oracle applications when the disaster recovery strategy is based on backups. It’s the only solution on the market to do so—and comes at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions based on replication between two data centers.

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2-DC with Axxana is Better Than 3-DC

2-DC with Axxana is Better Than 3-DC

Traditional business continuity and disaster recovery solutions often revolve around synchronous replication in a three-data-center topology; however, these solutions come at a high price in terms of dollars and risk. The bottom line is that three-data-center solutions cannot guarantee zero data loss. In fact, they pose a number of risks and challenges. In this session, you will find out why and learn how Axxana’s Phoenix for Oracle revolutionizes disaster recovery by making two-data-center solutions more secure, more efficient, and more cost-effective than traditional three-data-center solutions https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2485642140096494594

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DR in the Cloud – Tech Note August 2018

DR in the Cloud – Tech Note August 2018

Organizations are increasingly moving disaster recovery (DR) to the cloud in order to alleviate the costs and complexity associated with implementing, staffing, and maintaining a standby DR site on their own. The Oracle Cloud allows Oracle Active Data Guard users to create a hybrid DR solution as an alternative to hosting their own standby DR site. In the hybrid model, existing production databases remain on premises, and standby databases used for DR are deployed on the Oracle Cloud. Once the solution is set up, it is transparent to users.

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