Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture and Oracle Exadata
Date: Thursday, January 19, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM PST
Maximum Availability. Lowest Cost and Complexity.
In today’s competitive environment, your systems need to be available 24/7, 365 days a year. When systems are down, you run the risk of dissatisfying customers, incurring penalties, and, most importantly, losing revenue. Attend this Webcast to learn how Oracle’s maximum availability architecture for Oracle Exadata Database Machine will help protect your systems from unplanned outages, and provide both high availability and data protection at the lowest cost and complexity. You’ll learn how to:
Register now to learn how to prevent downtime and data loss and get the most out of your Oracle investments.
- Achieve the highest levels of database availability at the lowest cost and risk
- Implement the industry’s most-stringent data protection solutions
- Adopt MAA postdeployment operational best practices for Oracle Exadata
Joe Meeks, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Joe Meeks is a Director of Product Management for Database High Availability in Oracle Server Development. Joe leads customer programs that focus on data protection and high availability utilizing Oracle Data Guard and the Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture. These programs insure customer success through knowledge transfer of HA best practices while closely aligning future Oracle development priorities with customer requirements. Joe has 30 years of experience in the computer industry helping customers in manufacturing, retail, finance, energy, telecommunications, healthcare, and public sectors. He is co-author of "The Data Guard 11g Handbook", and has a BS in Environmental Science and an MBA.