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How Much is Downtime Really Costing Your Organization?

Case Study Published By: Oracle Corp.
Oracle Corp.
Published:  Feb 12, 2013
Type:  Case Study
Length:  34 pages

For every organization in todayís always-open global economy,success means ensuring access to enterprise data whenever it isneeded. However, business operations are often hampered byinterruptions in the flow of the vital data required to make decisions. When evaluating your organizationís approach to high availability, you must consider a range of issues: For example, if a mission-critical database goes offline, how long will it take to get things back up and running? What are the business costs of the delays, and what can be done to mitigate or eliminate delays in delivering data?

These are some the questions posed in a new survey of Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) members, which explores issues with planned and unplanned downtime, alongside database high availability and disaster recovery solutions.



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