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Deploying Catalogic’s ECX on Pure Storage FlashArray for Oracle databases
This white paper walks through the steps required to configure Catalogic ECX when used with Pure Storage in an Oracle database environment. It covers both creating copies and then using them. Use data scenarios include Dev-Test, DevOps and business analytics.

Oracle database sprawl comes with significant costs and complexity for businesses. It results from the proliferation of database copies whether they are created for disaster recovery, development and testing infrastructure provisioning, quality assurance (QA), or DevOps in private or hybrid clouds, to name a few.

Catalogic Software’s ECX Copy Data Management platform deployed in conjunction with the Pure Storage FlashArray, allows businesses to manage, orchestrate and analyze Copy Data. The solution provides full lifecycle management of your Copy Data through automated workflows that allow you to streamline the creation, management and use of Oracle database copies to keep the overall cost and complexity under control.

Copy Data Management for Pure Storage FlashArray
Catalogic ECX in-place copy data management for Pure Storage simplifies and automates operation of your Pure Storage FlashArray infrastructure through comprehensive management of Pure Storage FlashRecover snapshots, replication and clones. By providing an application- and VM-aware copy management software layer, ECX reduces copy sprawl, simplifies data protection and disaster recovery, and delivers value-adding use cases such as automated infrastructure deployment for Dev-Test or DevOps.
Catalogic ECX in-place copy data management (CDM) for Pure Storage simplifies and automates operation of your Pure Storage FlashArray infrastructure through comprehensive management of Pure Storage FlashRecover snapshots, replication and clones. By providing an application- and VM-aware copy management software layer, ECX reduces copy sprawl, simplifies data protection and disaster recovery, and delivers value-adding use cases such as automated infrastructure deployment for Dev-Test or DevOps.
 
Catalogic’s in-place CDM approach has significant advantages over alternatives in that it requires no additional infrastructure for the user to purchase and manage, and leverages the existing Pure Storage production environment rather than requiring the creation of a fully redundant environment for the copies of the production data.