Saturday, August 15, 2009

Second Workshop showed Grid Control creating and managing Dataguard

We just conducted a highly successful second workshop in
the Oracle Office at Singapore. A number of large banks attended
besides other large corporates in Singapore. We had Solution
Architects, Lead Engineers, Database Engineers, Database
Managers , Asst Vice Presidents, IT Directors, and EVPs.

We explained the disaster recovery options from Oracle, introducing
the attendees to powerful Oracle products such as Normal Dataguard,
Active Dataguard, RAC, Streams, Oracle Transparent Gateways,
Replication, Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and the newly acquired
Oracle Golden Gate software.

The Enterprise Manager Grid Control interface was used to demonstrate
the management and performance monitoring of the Data Guard configuration,
as well as the command line interface of Data Guard “dgmgrl” for the switchover.
The power of Enterprise Manager Grid Control was emphasized for setting
up and managing Oracle Data Guard, as also the Provisioning Pack
to clone Oracle software and databases.

The attendees were excited about the Oracle technology explained
and showcased, and mentioned it was an “excellent” or “great” seminar.

Future workshops can be ssen on:
http://www.si-asia.com/marketing/oracleworkshops2009/

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