FlashGrid SkyCluster Now Supports Oracle Database 19c

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Extended support lifespan provides increased stability for mission-critical highly available database deployments in public clouds

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FlashGrid Inc. has announced that the newly released SkyCluster version 19.06 supports Oracle Database version 19c and uses Grid Infrastructure 19c.

Version 19c is a long-term support release from Oracle with extended support available through 2026, making it optimal not only for new mission critical deployments, but also for upgrading legacy systems running Oracle database versions 11.2 or older.

For Oracle Database customers who still run on legacy UNIX systems, SkyCluster 19.06 with Oracle Database 19c is an opportunity for migrating to the more cost efficient and agile industry standard Linux/x86 architecture in AWS, Azure, or GCP public cloud while ensuring long term support.

"Most of our customers plan to run their Oracle databases on SkyCluster for many years, capitalizing on the shift from on premises to the public cloud infrastructure. With version 19c they can minimize changes during the lifetime of a database, which is always a good thing for a mission critical environment." said Alex Miroshnichenko, CEO FlashGrid.

About FlashGrid SkyCluster

FlashGrid SkyCluster is an engineered cloud system designed for database high availability. SkyCluster runs proven Oracle RAC database engine to deliver best-in-class active-active high availability in the cloud for the large ecosystem of enterprise applications running on Oracle Database.

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About FlashGrid

FlashGrid Inc. is a software company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. FlashGrid software and 24x7 support allows large and small enterprises to run mission-critical databases on a commodity compute, storage, and network infrastructure of their choice – in the public cloud or in datacenter.

FlashGrid is an Oracle Gold Partner.

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