This article was written by Skant Gupta and Joel Perez in Oracle OTN.

This method is based on the traditional backup/restore/recover database. It has been one of the methods most effective to migrate/move an Oracle Database from one host to another host or even in the same host. The advantages of this method are several, one of them is that the downtime normally is almost zero, depending on the archive redo log generation of the “On-prem” or source database.

The objective of this article is not highlight the typical advantages of the method, this is a very well known method, the objective of this article is to realise how we can use it to move a database to Cloud.

Please use following steps to migrate on-premise database to Oracle cloud.

Backup source Database

If you want to read rest to the article, go across this link :Migrating Databases to Oracle Cloud Using RMAN Backup

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