The high availability (HA) features of WebLogic Server, Coherence, and Oracle Database provide an integrated solution for building maximum availability architectures that span data centers in distributed geographical locations. This document describes three supported WebLogic Server Maximum Availability Architectures (MAA), and provides design considerations that you can use to achieve high availability and disaster recovery solutions.
This document is intended for administrators, developers, and others whose role is to configure and manage Oracle WebLogic Server and Coherence architectures for high availability and disaster recovery.
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