RE: Disaster Recovery solutions for Oracle...

Golden Gate, Wisdom Force, DBMotto and may be other replication software???

Instead of DG, there is DBVisit.

Have not used any of the mentioned software.

Michael Dinh

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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Masha Gurenich
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 9:50 AM
To: Oracle L
Subject: Disaster Recovery solutions for Oracle...

Not using Oracle :D

Hello gurus and senseis ,

Just wanted to ask a silly question (well, not so silly if you are a big shop 
with tons of clients to whom you sell ASP :p)

Have you guys ever considered any solutions other than RAC and DG? We are using 
both for our internal development. We are also implementing both for our beefy 
clients, but many of them cannot afford licenses for all of these fun things..

I started to think and look around: yes, Oracle allows you to use DG without 
license for up to 10 days, but there are soo many cons that for many of our 
clients this is not a possibilities.. Failover is a local solution and many of 
them need remote sites configured in different states..

I am just wondering, is there any paper or article or any insight on the issue? 
Has anybody done any research? How do people workaround? This kind of thoughts..

Please, share your experience, if any.

Thank you so much before hands and i really appreciate any time you put towards 
this email.
M

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