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May 12, 2007

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture(MAA)

Filed under: Oracle Best Practices — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 6:42 pm

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture(MAA) is Oracle’s best practices based on proven Oracle high availability technologies and recommendations. The goal of MAA is to remove the complexity in designing the optimal high availability architecture;






  1. Building a Highly Available and Disaster-Proof Architecture

    Case Study: Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) Implementation for Fidelity National Financial

    Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture(MAA) Best Practices

    Oracle® Database High Availability Best Practices 10g Release 2 (10.2)

    Oracle® Database High Availability Overview 10g Release 2 (10.2)

    Comment by H.Tonguç Yılmaz — August 31, 2007 @ 5:33 am | Reply

  2. […] Filed under: Oracle Best Practices — H.Tonguç Yılmaz @ 12:00 am I have written on Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture(MAA) and 11g High Availability New Features before. Below is a quick reference prepared for 10g Release […]

    Pingback by Oracle High Availability Best Practices Summary « H.Tonguç YILMAZ Oracle Blog — October 11, 2007 @ 12:01 am | Reply

  3. […] am really lucky, great timing for Alejandro Vargas three days seminar on Oracle Database Maximum Availability Architecture(MAA) Best Practices next week. I will be sharing my seminar notes as usual […]

    Pingback by Planning and Testing the 9iR2 to 10gR2 migration of our XXX Tb DWH « H.Tonguç YILMAZ Oracle Blog — December 11, 2007 @ 9:54 pm | Reply

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