Oracle 10g Database Engine Software

The Oracle 10g is a world’s first database engine specifically designed for grid computing, the well-established and most effective way to manage enterprise-level data workflow. It can significantly lower costs of data management while still providing the best quality of all data processing needed.

What’s New In Architecture Of Oracle 10g Databases

According to press releases, Oracle 10g organize data centers in consolidated structures of data-processing resources called “grids” rather in monolithic multi-processor single server units. These grids can process data using different approaches to separate tasks or operate under some overall strategies. The basic principle of this approach is creating Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) combining some relative low-grade and cheap servers into one computational structure of exceeding power.

These methods of computing slightly raise the demands for securing data some ways, for example, by regular backing up and restoring it. Both Oracle and third-party companies provide Oracle 10g with instruments necessary for these tasks, e.g. to perform the Oracle database backup.

The next generation of Oracle database engine based on same principles is Oracle 11g, with some more automation options such as advanced features of native Oracle backup.

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