Scality & Oracle
Backup and Recovery
Organizations are always looking for new and efficient ways to perform backup and archiving tasks for their critical data. Common methods of archiving data for long-term storage is to use tape devices, but this can add management and operational complexities. Organizations in today’s fast paced world need simpler workflow and easier management.
Oracle partnered with Scality to deliver a high-performing backup and archive solution for Oracle Databases using Oracle Secure Backup (OSB) and Recovery Manager (RMAN). With the combined solution, organizations running Oracle Databases can worry less about backup and archive, and focus more on managing the database.
What’s in it for you?
Leveraging Scality RING S3 connector and the Oracle Secure Backup Cloud Module for S3, Oracle customers can simply back up their data to an on-premises, private cloud storage destination powered by Scality RING
When it is time to increase storage capacity, upgrades have never been easier because Scality RING storage supports mixed hardware in the same cluster.
Backing-up Oracle Databases should be a quick and simple process. Legacy backup media like tape require more personnel for tasks such as scheduling, loading, and maintaining the tape media.
With backups sitting on disks and further protected by availability and durability capabilities Scality RING is known for, you can count on drastic improvement in reliability and performance.
ABOUT SCALITY RING
Scality’s principal product is a scale-out object storage software platform known as the RING. Scality’s RING delivers petabyte-scale software-defined storage designed to use commodity hardware and characterized by cost-effective scaling, performance, and auto-recovery. Scality’s RING is a multitier architecture and can scale up to thousands of servers and many 100s of petabytes under a single global namespace. It allows customers to deploy both performance-optimized and capacity-optimized storage, varied data durability levels, and small to large object and file support in a single global namespace.