Tag: ZDM

Use an Existing RMAN Backup with Zero Downtime Migration

Introduction From the very first version, Oracle Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) supports physical online, and offline migrations using RMAN and Data Guard. However, every migration job was creating a new RMAN backup from the source database to be used to create the target database. Starting with ZDM version 21.2, you can skip the full backup…

AWS RDS for Oracle to Autonomous Database using Zero Downtime Migration

Introduction Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) provides great automation capabilities to migrate your Oracle Database to Oracle Cloud. After supporting Linux-based platforms, the new version 21.2 also supports cross-platform and even cross-cloud migrations. With this enhancement, now it’s possible to migrate an AWS RDS for Oracle to Oracle Autonomous Database using the offline logical migration method…

Part 2/5: Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) – Logical Online Migration using Oracle GoldenGate

Introduction ZDM version 21c supports logical migrations using Oracle GoldenGate. This makes it possible to migrate to Oracle Autonomous Database with zero downtime. This blog post provides a step by step instruction how to accordingly configure ZDM with the minimal parameters required. Data Pump will be used to create the initial load and GoldenGate extract…

Part 1/5: Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) – Introduction & Installation

Introduction Oracle Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) is a free to use software solution that allows you to automate your Oracle database migrations from on-premises to Oracle Cloud. Initially, ZDM supported Data Guard based migrations following the principles of Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA). To support Standard Edition migrations, ZDM uses RMAN backup and restore instead.…