Spotlight on RAC, grid and availability editorial staff

Availability is a hot-button issue with DBAs these days -- users want more of their data available more of the time. How can you achieve this? One of the technologies that improves availability is grid computing. Oracle knows this technology is hot; the company has been investing in grid in recent years. It has also made improvements to its Real Application Clusters (RAC) feature. What exactly does this feature do? What are the benefits of a grid environment, and how can you implement RAC and grid to improve availability at your place of work? How is Oracle delivering these technologies now, and how does the company plan to develop them further? You can find all this information and more in our new special report. All this month, examined the latest news on grid, RAC and availability. You can find all the new stories and content we've brought you throughout the month here. This page also compiles expert advice, tips and analysis from our archives.


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