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SharePlex for Oracle Customer Presentations

It’s one thing for us to tell you that SharePlex is simply the best data replication solution on the market, but it’s quite another for our customers to prove that it worked for them. Check out the tradeshow and user group presentations below to see how database professionals have used SharePlex to achieve high availability, and how you can, too.



United Airlines
North Central Oracle Apps User Group, 2011
Oak Brook, Illinois

At this event, Chad Dimatulac, the airline’s principal database architect, presented “Required Technologies of Highly Available Database and Data Center Redundancy.” Chad discussed the different technologies and architectures available for maintaining business continuity during planned and unplanned outages. He also explained how United Airlines implemented a high availability infrastructure, and how SharePlex helped the company eliminate downtime.

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Verizon Wireless
Collaborate, 2011
Orlando, Florida

At this conference, Syamal Bandyopadhyay and Sharath Nasani, database experts from Verizon Wireless, discussed maximum availability database deployment architecture. They explained how SharePlex data replication, Data Guard, and RAC enabled them to achieve 99.999 percent availability for a critical database system that served more than 90 million customers.

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Verizon Wireless
Collaborate, 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada

With their combined expertise in Oracle database tuning, scalability, high availability, RAC, Data Guard, deployment architecture, and capacity planning, Syamal and Sharath provided invaluable insight on achieving high availability. They discussed the importance of understanding system requirements in order to configure the desired high availability setup for a specific application. They also explained how they used RAC, Data Guard, and SharePlex data replication to maximize availability between two data centers that are more than 2,000 miles apart.

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