Tag: TDE

Migrating from non-encrypted, non-CDB on local file system to encrypted PDB on ASM

Introduction Oracle Databases on Oracle Cloud are created using the Multitenant architecture. All databases are encrypted using Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) by default. All databases on Exadata, Bare Metal machines, and RAC on Virtual Machines use ASM storage management. For Single Instance databases on Virtual Machine DB systems you have the choice between Logical Volume…

Create PDBs in a Data Guard Environment with TDE enabled

Introduction See what happens and how to proceed after creating or cloning a PDB in a Data Guard environment while Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) is enabled. If you are new to TDE, have a look at this blog first. The Environment I’m using Oracle Database Cloud service Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance. The database version is 19.8. TDE…

Do I need the Advanced Security Option on-premises for Hybrid Cloud Disaster Recovery?

In the case of hybrid disaster recovery and having an unencrypted database on-premises, you can create the corresponding unencrypted standby database in the cloud using RMAN DUPLICATE or RESTORE from Object Storage. When you create a new unencrypted tablespace on the on-premises primary database, the standby database in the cloud creates the corresponding unencrypted tablespace via redo. So everything is fine and you…