ORACLE DATABASE 19C: RAC ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP

ORACLE DATABASE 19C: RAC ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP

Summary

Location

Location

Malaysia

Duration

Duration

5 Days
Format

Format

Public Class

Public Class

Unlock the Power of Oracle Database

If you’re in pursuit of a career boost and aim to master the realm of Oracle Database, look no further. Welcome to the Oracle Database 19c: RAC Administration Workshop, your gateway to unlocking the full potential of Oracle Database technology. This course is a comprehensive exploration of Oracle RAC database architecture, led by expert instructors who will take you on a journey through the world of Global Resources and Cache Fusion.

Oracle Database at Your Fingertips

In just five days and 35 hours of instructor-led training, you’ll delve into the Oracle RAC universe, equipping yourself with the knowledge and skills to install and configure RAC, manage the database, handle upgrades and patches, and even optimize performance. This workshop is your passport to a world of high availability, enabling you to seamlessly manage services, connections, and applications while configuring RAC One Node Database and implementing In-Memory Column Store, and even diving into Multitenant Architecture. By the end of this journey, you’ll be well-versed in Quality of Service Management.

Supercharge Your Career

For aspiring database administrators and professionals, this course is a game-changer. With the ever-growing demand for experts in Oracle Database technology, mastering the ins and outs of Oracle 19c: RAC Administration will undoubtedly supercharge your career. Whether you’re looking to advance in your current role or embark on a new database management adventure, the knowledge gained here will set you on the path to success. Don’t miss this opportunity to harness the power of Oracle Database – enroll today and open the door to a world of possibilities.

Course Details

Duration: 5 days; /35 hours; Instructor-led/ remote online training

Audience

This Oracle Database 19c: RAC Administration Workshop course will teach you about Oracle RAC database architecture. Expert Oracle University instructors will deep dive into Global Resources and Cache Fusion

Prerequisites

Learn To:

  • Install and configure RAC.
  • Manage RAC Database
  • Upgrade and patch RAC Database
  • Manage backup and recovery for RAC.
  • Monitor and tune RAC Database.
  • Manage high availability of services.
  • Implement High Availability for connections and applications.
  • Configure RAC One Node Database
  • Implement In-Memory Column Store in RAC
  • Configure Multitenant Architecture in RAC
  • Manage Quality of Service in RAC

Methodology

This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion and practical exercise.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Install and configure RAC.
  • Manage RAC Database
  • Upgrade and patch RAC Database
  • Manage backup and recovery for RAC.
  • Monitor and tune RAC Database.
  • Manage high availability of services.
  • Implement High Availability for connections and applications.
  • Configure RAC One Node Database
  • Implement In-Memory Column Store in RAC
  • Configure Multitenant Architecture in RAC
  • Manage Quality of Service in RAC

Outlines

  • Grid Infrastructure: Overview
  • Clusterware Architecture and Cluster Services
  • Oracle Clusterware Initialization
  • Grid Naming Service (GNS)
  • Course Practice Environment: Security Credentials
  • Practice 1-1: Configuring a Standalone Flex Cluster (Part 01)
  • Practice 1-1: Configuring a Standalone Flex Cluster (Part 02)
  • Practice 1-1: Configuring a Standalone Flex Cluster (Part 03)
  • Practice 1-1: Configuring a Standalone Flex Cluster (Part 04)
  • RAC Databases Overview and Architecture
  • Cluster-Aware Storage Solutions
  • Levels of Scalability
  • Parallel Execution with RAC
  • Installing with Configuring Oracle RAC
  • Installing the Oracle Database Software
  • Database Content
  • Background Processes Specific to Oracle RAC
  • Example: Result of Step 3
  • Practice 3-1: Installing RAC Database Software (Part 01)
  • Practice 3-1: Installing RAC Database Software (Part 02)
  • Practice 3-2: Creating a RAC Database (Part 01)
  • Practice 3-2: Creating a RAC Database (Part 02)
  • Practice 3-2: Creating a RAC Database (Part 03)
  • Oracle RAC Administration
  • Redo Log Files and RAC
  • Local Temporary Tablespaces
  • Switch between Automatic and Manual Policies
  • Parameters That Require Unique Settings
  • Practice 4-1: Operating System and Password File Authenticated Connections
  • Practice 4-2: Oracle Database Authenticated Connections
  • Practice 4-3: Stopping a Complete ORACLE_HOME Component Stack
  • Upgrading and Patching Oracle RAC
  • OPatch: Overview
  • Managing Backup and Recovery for RAC
  • Media Recovery in Oracle RAC
  • Oracle Recovery Manager
  • Distribution of Backups
  • Overview of Practice
  • Practice 6-1: Configuring Archive Log Mode
  • Practice 6-2: Configuring RMAN and Performing Parallel Backups
  • Global Resource Management Concepts
  • Global Resource Access Coordination
  • Scenario 2: Read-Write Cache Fusion
  • RAC Database Monitoring and Tuning
  • Global Enqueue Waits
  • High-Water Mark Considerations
  • AWR Snapshots in RAC
  • Practice 8-1: ADDM and RAC PartI (Part 01)
  • Practice 8-1: ADDM and RAC PartI (Part 02)
  • Practice 8-1: ADDM and RAC PartI (Part 03)
  • Practice 8-2: ADDM and RAC PartII
  • Practice 8-3: ADDM and RAC PartIII
  • Managing High Availability of Services
  • Default Service Connections
  • Using Service with Client Applications
  • Using Service with the Resource Manager
  • Service Aggregation and Tracing
  • Practice 9-1: Working with Service
  • Practice 9-2: Monitoring Services
  • High Availability for Connections and Applications
  • Implementing FAN Events
  • Server-Side Callout Filter: Example
  • TAF Basic Configuration on Server-Slide: Example
  • What Is Application Continuity?
  • Practice 10-1: Using Application Continuity (Part 01)
  • Practice 10-1: Using Application Continuity (Part 02)
  • Oracle RAC One Node
  • Online Relocation Illustration
  • Practice 11-1: RAC One Node
  • Oracle Database In-Memory in RAC
  • In-Memory Column Store and Oracle RAC
  • How the Database Reads from the FastStart Area
  • Practice 12-1 Reconfiguring the Environment (Part 01)
  • Practice 12-1 Reconfiguring the Environment (Part 02)
  • Multitenant Architecture and RAC
  • Containers
  • Connection to a Non-RAC CDB
  • Creating a RAC CDB
  • Adding a PDB to a RAC CDB
  • Practice 13-1: Exploring CDB Architecture and Structures in RAC (Part 01)
  • Practice 13-1: Exploring CDB Architecture and Structures in RAC (Part 02)
  • Practice 13-2: Cloning a PDB in a RAC CDB
  • Practice 13-3: Affinitizing PDB Services to CDB Instances (Part 01)
  • Practice 13-3: Affinitizing PDB Services to CDB Instances (Part 02)
  • Practice 13-4: Dropping a PDB
  • Quality of Service Management
  • Qos Management Policy Sets
  • Performance Objectives

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