Oracle RAC and Data Guard

This course is designed for Oracle Clusterware architecture and ASM Concept, RAC database and Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c) ,After completing this course, students will be able to carry out:
Installation of Clusterware and RAC database, Grid Infrastructure pre-installation
tasks, Patching and Upgrading existing Grid Home and Dataguard installation and administration and
General Troubleshooting on Clusterware and DataGuard

Requirements
We assume the audience have the basic knowledge of the Oracle Database Administration fundamentals. We do not expect you to be an expert DBA, basics are fair enough.

12C RAC/Grid Clusterware

  1. Understand Oracle RAC database architecture
  2. Install and create Oracle 12c and 19c RAC database
  3. Difference Between 12c, 18c & 19c Clusterware/RAC/ASM Features.
  4. OCR,Voting Disk ,SCAN ,VIP and Interconnect and GPNP Profile
  5. Oracle Clusterware and Database HOME Installation
  6. SCAN Concepts,GRD,GCS,GES, Cache Fusion
  7. Clusterware Startup sequence
  8. Balancing and Failover and TAF
  9. Node Eviction Concept
  10. Manage backup and recovery in Oracle RAC
  11. Monitor and tuning Oracle RAC databases, RAC Wait Events in Details
  12. Basic RAC Command
  13. Clusterware/Grid and RAC Database Patching
  14. TFA, OSWatcher, ORACHK With Lab Session
  15. Basic Troubleshooting and Log Files Location

Standby Database

  1. Understand the concepts of Oracle Data Guard architecture
  2. Types of Standby Databases
  3. Types of Data Guard Services
  4. DataGuard Background Processes
  5. Data Protection Mode
  6. Standby Setup Overview
  7. Perform Role Transitions: Switchover and Failover
  8. Create and manage Snapshot Standby database
  9. Implement Oracle Active Data Guard
  10. Implement and manage Data Guard Broker
  11. Basic Command for Monitoring
  12. Apply patch on DataGaurd/Standby
  13. Troubleshooting with Case Study

ASM

  1. ASM Overview
  2. Disk and Disk Group and redundancy
  3. Space Addition in ASM
  4. Basic Command for ASM

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