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SharePlex for Oracle discussed by customers

Gain maximum availability, scalability, and near real-time data integration with powerful data replication.

Learn about SharePlex for Oracle directly from your peers. Check out these user group and tradeshow presentations to see how SharePlex helped other database pros achieve high availability.


United Airlines
North Central Oracle Apps User Group, 2011
Oak Brook, Illinois

Chad Dimatulac, UA’s principal database architect, made a presentation entitled, “Required Technologies of Highly Available Database and Data Center Redundancy.” He discussed maintaining business continuity during planned and unplanned outages and the various technologies and architectures available. He further explained United’s high availability infrastructure, and how SharePlex eliminated database downtime at the company.


Verizon Wireless
Collaborate, 2011
Orlando, Florida

Two database experts from Verizon Wireless, Sharath Nasani and Syamal Bandyopadhyay, talked about maximum availability database deployment architecture. Their presentation discussed how using SharePlex data replication, RAC, and Data Guard helped them reach 99.999 percent availability for a critical database system serving more than 90 million of the company’s customers.


Verizon Wireless
Collaborate, 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada

Syamal Bandyopadhyay and Sharath Nasani from Verizon Wireless again teamed up at this collaboration event to share their combined expertise in Oracle database tuning, high availability, scalability, Data Guard, RAC, capacity planning, and deployment architecture. They provided invaluable information on how to achieve high availability. The pair also discussed configuring the desired high availability setup for a specific application and the importance of understanding system requirements in advance. They ended their presentation with an explanation of how they used SharePlex data replication, Data Guard and RAC to maximize availability between two data centers separated by more than 2,000 miles.