search3
    
    Oracle Database 12c: RAC and Data Guard Integration Workshop Ed 1

    QUICK

    INFORMATION

    course-duration

    5 Day(s) Course

    courseware

    Official Courseware

    exam-voucher

    Exam Voucher

    certified-trainer

    Certified Trainer

    one-o-one

    1:1 Training Available on Demand

    customize-batch

    Customize Your Batch

    ABOUT

    THE COURSE

    The Oracle Database 12c: RAC and Data Guard Integration Workshop training will equip participants to deploy, configure, administer, maintain, and utilize noteworthy features associated with Oracle Database 12c RAC and Data Guard. Through this workshop, participants will acquire the understanding and confidence required to apply the concepts and functionalities to real-world scenarios in their own workplace.

    Completion of this training course will enable candidates in:

    • Understanding High Availability Best Practices.
    • Performing RAC and Data Guard Deployment.
    • Performing RAC and Data Guard Configuration.
    • Implementing Effective Client Failover in a RAC/Data Guard environment.
    • Performing Recovery in an RAC/Data Guard environment.
    • Performing Planned Maintenance in an RAC/Data Guard environment.

    Course Benefits:

    Taking this workshop will equip participants with the ability to deploy, configure, administer, and maintain tasks associated with Oracle Database 12c RAC and Data Guard.


    This course will enable participants to get acquainted with noteworthy features and topics, which would otherwise be difficult to explore because of the time and complexity required to configure a test environment and "ramp-up" with the technology. 

    Module 1: Introduction to High Availability Best Practices

    • Oracle Clusterware
    • Oracle ASM
    • Oracle RAC
    • Oracle Data Guard
    • Design a Maximum Availability Architecture in your environment

    Module 2: Converting a Single Instance to an Oracle RAC Database

    • Scenario 1: Convert a single instance on a non-clustered environment to RAC
    • Scenario 2: Convert a single instance on a clustered environment to RAC

    Module 3: Configuring Oracle Net Services in a Data Guard Environment with RAC

    • Review of Oracle Net Services
    • Configure Oracle Net Services in a Data Guard Environment

    Module 4: Deploying a Physical Standby Database in an Oracle RAC environment Using SQL and RMAN Commands

    • Prepare the Primary Database
    • Configure Oracle Net Services
    • Prepare the Standby Hosts
    • Start the standby database instance
    • Execute the DUPLICATE TARGET DATABASE FOR STANDBY FROM ACTIVE DATABASE RMAN command
    • Complete the RAC Configuration Starting the transport and application of redo

    Module 5: Configuring Oracle Data Guard in an Oracle RAC environment

    • Configure Data Guard Broker
    • Data Guard Deployment Options
    • Redo Transport and Apply Services
    • Role Transition Services
    • Fast-Start Failover
    • Flashback Database

    Module 6: Managing Physical Standby Files After Structural Changes on the Primary Database

    • Scenario 1: Create a tablespace
    • Scenario 2: Drop or delete a tablespace or data file
    • Scenario 3: Use Transportable Tablespaces
    • Scenario 4: Move an Online Data File
    • Scenario 5: Add or Drop a redo log file group
    • Scenario 6: NOLOGGING Operations
    • Scenario 7: Refresh the Password File
    • Scenario 8: Reset the TDE Master Encryption Key

    Module 7: Effective Client Failover Using Application Continuity

    • Connect to the appropriate environment
    • Fast Notification of Clients
    • Automatic Client Failover
    • Handle In-Flight Transactions
    • Replay Incomplete Requests
    • RAC and Application Continuity
    • Data Guard and Application Continuity

    Module 8: Effective Service Failover and Workload Management Using Global Data Services

    • Overview of Global Data Services
    • Overview of Global Service
    • Client Connectivity in GDS
    • Global Data Services Deployment

    Module 9: Performing Database Recovery in an Oracle Data Guard environment

    • Basic concept of the Oracle Database Recovery
    • Recovery Considerations in Oracle Data Guard (Logical Failures)
    • Recovery Considerations in Oracle Data Guard (Media Failures)

    Module 10: Performing Data Guard Standby-First Patch Apply

    • Data Guard Support for Heterogeneous Configuration
    • Phases of Data Guard Standby-First Patch Apply

    Module 11: Disassociating a Snapshot Standby Database from a Data Guard Configuration

    • Snapshot Standby Databases Overview
    • Disassociating a Snapshot Standby from a Data Guard Configuration

    Module 12: Rolling Database Upgrade Using Transient Logical Standby

    • Phase 1: Complete Prerequisites
    • Phase 2: Prepare for Upgrade
    • Phase 3: Perform Pre-Upgrade Tasks
    • Phase 4: Upgrade Transient Logical Standby
    • Phase 5: Perform Post-Upgrade Tasks
    • Phase 6: Prepare Original Primary Database for Upgrade
    • Phase 7: Perform the Final Upgrade Tasks

    The Oracle Database 12c RAC and Data Guard Integration Workshop ED1 workshop is ideal for:

    • Support Engineer
    • Database Administrators
    • Technical Consultant
    • Technical Administrator

    • Understanding of database replication
    • Understanding of Oracle Database 11g R2 or 12c including Grid Infrastructure, ASM, RAC and Data Guard

    Name Code Fee

    enquiry

    ENQUIRY FORM

    What Our Trainees Say

    Mercury Solutions Ltd. is rated 4.6 stars by www.facebook.com/mercurysol based on 18 reviews.