Date Added: Sep 2010
Virtually all IT organizations in both the private and the public sectors use a database system at the core of their operations. These databases are integral to day-to-day operations. If they are not available around the clock it will have a significant detrimental effect on business and in some cases the safety of employees. IT organizations must provide continuous access to these resources while supporting usage growth, technology refreshes, protection against unplanned events, and cost containment. This paper outlines how the capabilities of Oracle database systems help IT organizations address these challenges while providing their business and users continuous access to their centralized Oracle databases.