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GA ANNOUNCEMENT - Autonomous Data Guard now available

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edited Jul 31, 2020 5:59AM in Autonomous Database

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When you enable Autonomous Data Guard on ADB, the system creates a standby database that stays "connected" to the primary database and automatically refreshes its data from the primary database.

This allows the following, depending on the state of the primary database:

If your primary database goes down, Autonomous Data Guard converts the standby database to the primary database with minimal interruption. After failover completes, Autonomous Data Guard automatically creates a new standby database.

You can perform a switchover operation, where the primary database becomes the standby database, and the standby database becomes the primary database.

Note: Autonomous Database does not provide access to the standby database.

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