Remote Replication of an Oracle 10g Database Using Continuous Access/EVA

Remote Replication of an Oracle 10g Database Using Continuous Access/EVA

The amount of data that can be lost during an event or disaster differs between companies. The best way to configure the database changes based on the replication method. Replication will affect performance and should be managed accordingly.

View this Webcast to learn best practices for deploying remote replication of an Oracle 10g database. Learn the differences in the impact of both synchronous and asynchronous replication on database performance. Discover how bandwidth and latency influences replication behaviors.


Tina Rose Senior Systems Engineer, HP Tina Rose is a Senior Systems Engineer in HP's Customer-Focused Testing Group. Tina joined Compaq/HP in 2002. She has 16+ years in the IT industry, including programming, testing, and database administration. Her employment with HP has included storage virtualization, Business Copy for the EVA, and CommandView EVA. Tina specializes in Oracle solutions on the EVA with an extensive background in the Microsoft operating systems. Tina has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in computer information systems with an emphasis in Oracle database administration.
Hewlett-Packard Company
Jul 12, 2007, 11:00 EDT (15:00 GMT)
01:00:32 (hh:mm:ss)
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