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Oracle® Database Global Data Services Concepts and Administration Guide
12c Release 1 (12.1)

E22100-07
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Preface

Oracle Database Global Data Services provides dynamic load balancing, failover, and centralized service management for a set of replicated databases that offer common services. The set of databases can include Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) and noncluster Oracle databases interconnected through Oracle Data Guard, or any other replication technology.

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Audience

This document is intended for database administrators, Architects, and engineers who manage replicated databases.

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