eWeek: Clustering Eases Talk America's Replication Woes
Feb 03, 2005, 16:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Talk America Holdings Inc., a phone and high-speed Internet
access provider and an early adopter of Oracle Corp.'s 10g
technology, has untangled itself from 50 Informix databases down to
two Oracle databases running on an RAC cluster—a choice
that's jazzed up its querying capabilities and helped it wipe its
hands of a data replication mess.
"The New Hope, Penn., company six months ago began a migration
to Oracle's Application Server 10g on Linux, Database 10g, RAC
(Real Application Clusters) 10g and Enterprise Manager 10g..."