- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 云数据库
佳能希望构建一个基础设施，使物联网系统能够处理从超过 100 万台多功能打印机接收的大量数据，并支持连接到物联网的打印机数量增长 2 倍，并确保迁移到物联网平台以最大限度地减少中断面向全球办公产品业务运营，部署易于管理的容灾系统，减少物联网环境的切换时间。
该解决方案包包括 Oracle Exadata Database Machine、Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud、Oracle Coherence、Oracle Service Bus、Oracle Event Processing、Oracle Real Application Clusters、Oracle GoldenGate 和 Oracle Active Data Guard。该解决方案包通过接收和处理大量打印机数据的速度比以前快 5 倍，帮助佳能提高系统性能。软件组件 - Oracle Coherence - Oracle Service Bus - Oracle 事件处理 - Oracle Real Application Clusters - Oracle GoldenGate - Oracle Active Data Guard
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