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ZDLRA, Replication

The replication for ZDRLA works differently than a “normal” for Oracle Database that uses Data Guard (or even Golden Gate). The point is to replicate the ingested backup “as is” between ZDLRA’s and not datafile block replication. And, of course, it is completely different from tape clones.

ZDLRA replication is not just sent backup from one site to another, it is how to increase your protection and be part of the disaster recovery strategy. The replication does not occur just for “rman backups”, but also for archivelogs generated for Real-Time Redo. And adding, this is how you integrate ZDLRA at your MAA architecture that makes the difference and how you protect your environment and reach zero RPO. There are several points about replication, how it operates, modes, and integration for Oracle MAA universe. I will discuss some points here in this post.

The architecture

The architecture for ZDLRA replication it is simple. There are two important definitions:

  • Upstream: It is the ZDLRA that receives the backup and forward it to another ZDLRA
  • Downstream: Is the ZDLRA that receives the backup from another ZDLRA

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