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Articles for the keywords: Maximum Availability Architecture
02 Aug 2016 Partner Webcast: Enterprise Database Backup on Oracle Cloud - Aug 11th [55016]
By Ramona Costea

Ramona blogs, "Join us as we explain how Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) best practices are evolving using Oracle Cloud Services, such as Oracle Database Backup Cloud Service, significantly reducing the cost and complexity of database high availability deployments..."
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15 Jul 2016 New and improved compute nodes and Software for Oracle Private Cloud Appliance now available [54419]
By Krishna S

Krishna writes, "Oracle is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Server X6-2 Compute Node for the Private Cloud Appliance and PCA software release 2.2. IT organizations and providers can now deliver enhanced security and flexibility with full tenant isolation at both the server and network levels. PCA customers now have the flexibility to customize and assign servers and networks to different tenant groups based on business need.

In addition, we're announcing a complete disaster recovery architecture for Oracle applications through Oracle Enterprise Manager SiteGuard with support for Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA), Oracle's proven high-availability blueprint..."
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16 Mar 2016 Maximum Availability Architecture for Big Data Appliance [50763]
By Jean-Pierre Dijcks

Jean-Pierre Dijcks blogs, "Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) is Oracle's best practices blueprint based on proven Oracle high availability technologies, along with expert recommendations and customer experiences. MAA best practices have been highly integrated into the design and operational capability of Oracle Big Data Appliance, and together they provide the most comprehensive highly available solution for Big Data.

Oracle MAA papers are published at the MAA home page of the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) website. Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA) Maximum Availability Architecture is a best-practices blueprint for achieving an optimal high-availability deployment using Oracle high-availability technologies and recommendations..."
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16 Sep 2015 Turk Telekom Increases Customer Satisfaction by Empowering Customer Care Centers with Extreme Application Availability and Performance [45827]
Siebel on Engineered Systems with Accenture

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16 Jul 2014 Oracle MAA Part 2: Bronze HA Reference Architecture [37398]
Details for the Bronze reference architecture

In the first installment of this series we discussed how one size does not fit all when it comes to HA architecture. We described Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (Oracle MAA) best practices that define four standard reference architectures for data protection and high availability: BRONZE, SILVER, GOLD and PLATINUM. Each reference architecture uses an optimal set of Oracle HA capabilities that reliably achieve a given service level (SLA) at the lowest cost. As you progress from one level to the next, each architecture expands upon the one that preceded it in order to handle an expanded fault domain and deliver a high level of service.

This article provides details for the Bronze reference architecture.
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