Datrium Solution for Virtualized Oracle Databases
Get high performance and availability for your virtualized Oracle workloads while improving security and gain failproof on-demand DRaaS with VMware Cloud on AWS.
Automatrix Delivers Industry-Leading Oracle Database Performance, Availability, and DR
High Performance at Scale
Instantly provision storage and compute in VMware Cloud on AWS for testing. Pay based on testing resources used and not a minute more.
Application-centric management includes real-time analytics with VM awareness that improves visibility, saves time, and speeds results for both Oracle RAC and Single-Instance nodes. VM-level analytics make it easier to monitor database service levels.
High Availability and Protection from Ransomware
Consolidate OLTP and OLAP databases with N-1 fault tolerance to keep your data highly available. Protect critical data with granular, policy-driven snapshots, and replication. Snapshots are immutable, which mitigates the risk of ransomware.
When Oracle databases are deployed with an Always-On Availability Group (AOAG) on DVX, the second host picks up immediately with the same performance from local flash if the primary host fails. Whether you decide to deploy Oracle databases with or without AOAG, DVX has built-in backup that ensures you get an instant restart of your data from millions of point-in-time consistent backups.
Encryption Without Compromises
Mix and match virtualized and bare-metal containers across the deployment lifecycle. Use DVX Compute Nodes or your own flash-enabled servers to get more done for less. Always- on data reduction and Erasure Coding improve capacity savings.
Failproof One-Click Disaster Recovery
Whether you use a second site or the cloud as your DR site, Automatrix delivers failproof DR for Oracle virtualized workloads with one-click failover and failback. You get instant RTO and RPO of a few minutes, so your critical data restarts quickly, and the business impact is minimal. Costs are 10x lower using on-demand DRaaS with VMware Cloud on AWS and failback because it only sends changed data after global deduplication.