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What does PDB stand for?

PDB stands for Primary Database

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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The survey's results will be studied followed by the provision of appropriate advisory to the institutions concerned, she said, adding that a primary database would be created and used as a baseline for comparison with future surveys.
It is used to create a primary database in one availability zone — which has independent power, cooling, and network connectivity — and a hot standby in a second zone in the same region, according to ablog postfrom the company.
The company was founded by former owner of The Property Sourcebook and current owner of the Florida Investor newspaper, Kevin Guy, and his partner David Bass, the company's chief of technical design and primary database architect.
Unlike the larger financial systems and technologies such as the ERP systems and primary database management systems (DBMS), EUC systems are generally less visible, highly distributed and not tested as often (if at all) by corporations.
The criteria for a comprehensive high availability and high performance solution include: * Minimal impact on the availability and performance of the primary system * Full copy of the primary database--primarily for reporting and extracts--that is accessible even when there is no emergency * The copy of the database should be an up-to-date image of the primary database * Capacity to become the primary database (fail-over) in case of disaster * Failover to the secondary database should be very fast, without data loss * After the disaster, the solution should enable switching back to the primary system * Ability to modify some aspects of the copy database to accommodate the different processing on it and the ability to reverse them when a failover occurs, e.