This course introduces the main architectural concepts of Oracle Data Guard. The delegate will learn how to use Oracle Data Guard to protect an Oracle Database against planned and unplanned downtime.
The Oracle Database 18c Data Guard course is designed for database administrators and technical support staff who are required to plan and implement Oracle Data Guard configurations.
A working knowledge of Oracle Database Administration is required, these skills can be obtained by attendance on the pre-requisite Oracle Administration and Oracle Database Backup and Recovery with RMAN courses.
This course is run on a Linux operating system and a good working knowledge of Linux/UNIX is required. This knowledge can be gained by attendance on the pre-requisite Linux Introduction course.
Where Oracle 18c courses are listed in the Pre-requisite Courses section equivalent Oracle 11g or Oracle 12c courses would also suffice.
Session 1: DATA GUARD OVERVIEW
Session 2: DATA GUARD ARCHITECTURE
Session 3: CREATE A PHYSICAL STANDBY DATABASE WITH SQL COMMANDS
Session 4: REDO TRANSPORT SERVICES
Session 5: REDO APPLY SERVICES
Session 6: ROLE TRANSITION USING SQL COMMANDS
Session 7: CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Session 8: CREATE A STANDBY DATABASE WITH RECOVERY MANAGER
Session 9: CREATING A LOGICAL STANDBY USING SQL COMMANDS
Session 10: USE FLASHBACK DATABASE IN A DATA GUARD CONFIGURATION
Session 11: DATA GUARD BROKER OVERVIEW
Session 12: BUILD A CONFIGURATION USING THE BROKER
Session 13: MANAGE A CONFIGURATION USING THE BROKER
Session 14: CREATE A STANDBY DATABASE WITH THE DBCA
Session 15: CREATING A LOGICAL STANDBY USING SQL COMMANDS
Session 16: MANAGING A LOGICAL STANDBY DATABASE
Session 17: TUNING A STANDBY DATABASE
Session 18: OVERVIEW OF PATCHING AND UPGRADING DATABASES IN A DATA GUARD CONFIGURATION
Session 19: DATA GUARD QUICK SETUP GUIDE
|Course Duration||4 Days|