User Guides (3 of 3)
Quick Installation Guides (2 of 2)
An ONLINE guide designed to get you up and running with Dbvisit Standby on Windows quickly.
An ONLINE guide designed to get you up and running with Dbvisit Standby on Linux/Unix quickly.
Product Datasheets (3 of 3)
Product Comparisons (2 of 2)
An overview of the features and benefits of Dbvisit Standby and Dbvisit Replicate, with a clear explanation of the specific business requirements that each is designed to fulfill.
Whitepapers (3 of 3)
Businesses today demand and depend on real-time access to critical information produced by their online systems, and reporting is a necessary and expected business 'utility'. However, report processing and generation is a hardware intensive activity that can dramatically affect the performance of online transactional databases - and simply pointing a report writer at one of these systems can be a recipe for disaster.
One way to balance these conflicting demands is to deploy a separate version of the production database that is used specifically to create reports. This whitepaper will examine this approach, which aims to reduce contention of the online systems for computing resources, and offers additional benefits such as specific tuning and structural configuration of the reporting database to speed up report generation.
This whitepaper examines the architecture of Oracle RAC and what it provides in terms of high availability and scalability. It then looks at the requirement for DR, the options for delivering disaster recovery with Oracle SE, and reviews the return on investment of various approaches. It discusses Dbvisit Standby as an example of a cost effective and proven fully featured product that delivers DR for any Oracle SE database, including RAC.
This whitepaper explains the concepts, considerations and principles behind replication and provides details of various replication methods available, including physical replication. It then outlines a range of solutions that can be used to deliver physical replication for Oracle databases before explaining in detail the operation of one such solution, Dbvisit Standby.
Free Tech Guides (1 of 8)
After a switch-over or fail-over to an Oracle standby database, using Dbvisit Standby, the Oracle Database Administrator faces the challenge of switching clients to the new activated standby database which is now running as the new primary database. Here we discuss options and approaches available to the DBA.
License and Support Agreements (3 of 3)
Businesses in over 80 countries worldwide with Oracle® Database Standard Edition trust Dbvisit to protect and share their data.
Join a growing community of Oracle experts using Dbvisit software as the key to unlocking untapped revenue from customers and prospects.
Dbvisit provides Oracle® Database Standard Edition users with affordable disaster recovery and data replication solutions.