Minimizing downtime is a constant challenge for Oracle practitioners. Planned downtime is scheduled in advance, and includes scheduled deployments, upgrades and other maintenance tasks. This paper will focus on the other kind of downtime: the unplanned downtime that can have major impacts on systems and users.
In this paper, learn how Application Continuity (AC), a new feature available with the Oracle Real Application clusters (RAC), brings us closer to a world of zero-database downtime with minimal code changes. It fills one of the largest remaining availability gaps in the Oracle database, allowing applications to handle outages of entire database servers without complex and unreliable location-side transaction handling.
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