Oracle Distributed Systems
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Any organization that uses the Oracle relational database management system (RDBMS) these days needs to use multiple databases. There are many reasons to use more than a single database in a distributed database system:
- Different databases may be associated with particular business functions, such as manufacturing or human resources.
- Databases may be aligned with geographical boundaries, such as a behemoth database at a headquarters site and smaller databases at regional offices.
- Two different databases may be required to access the same data in different ways, such as an order entry database whose transactions are aggregated and analyzed in a data warehouse.
- A busy Internet commerce site may create multiple copies of the same database to attain horizontal scalability.
- A copy of a production database may be created to serve as a development test bed.
- Platform autonomy
- Fault tolerance
- Location transparency
- Site autonomy
- Introduction to Distributed Database Systems
- SQL*Net and Net8
- Configuration and Administration
- Distributed Database Security
- Designing the Distributed System
- Oracle's Distributed System Implementation
- Sample Configurations 8. Engineering Considerations
- Oracle Replication Architecture
- Advanced Replication Option Installation
- Basic Replication
- Multi-Master Replication
- Updateable Snapshots
- Procedural Replication
- Conflict Avoidance and Resolution Techniques
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