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Created in December 2011, Métropole Nice Côte d'Azur is an intercommunal structure, centred on the city of Nice, France. Today, in 2023, its population has grown to over 948,000 of which 350,000 are located in Nice.
As part of its ongoing process improvement, Métropole Nice Côte d'Azur commissioned an independent audit of its Disaster Recovery (DR) processes. As a result of the audit, Standby was chosen against Dataguard, other scripted solutions and logical replication as the DR solution of choice.
“We have approximately 120 databases of varying sizes. These supported a range of services that are critical for the residents of the Nice Métropole, including critical data sets such as housing, voting and even COVID vaccination data. To ensure the protection of this data and the continuity of our critical services we required a significantly more robust solution,” explained Patrick Giudicelli, Architecte Bases de Données, Databases Architect for Metropole Nice Cote D'Azur.
At the time of the audit, the existing protocols required a single backup each day. This created a lengthy RTO, which could result in the potential exposure of up to half a day's data. Métropole Nice's were looking to greatly reduce their RPO/RTO.