Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Learn about Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture in OCI.

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) is a set of best practices developed by Oracle engineers over many years for the integrated use of Oracle High Availability, data protection, and disaster recovery technologies. The key goal of Oracle MAA is to meet recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) for Oracle databases and applications running on Oracle systems and database platforms using Oracle Cloud MAA.

See High Availability Overview and Best Practices for detailed information about the validated Oracle MAA benefits inherent to Autonomous Database and all Exadata cloud systems, and best practices to achieve minimal or zero application and database downtime across various cloud lifecycle operations.