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Author Kumar, Y. V. Ravi, author.

Title Oracle high availability, disaster recovery, and cloud services : explore RAC, data guard, and cloud technology / Y.V. Ravi Kumar, Nassyam Basha, Krishna Kumar K.M., Bal Mukund Sharma and Konstantin Kerekovski.

Published New York : Apress, [2019]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource : color illustrations
Series Springer Professional and Applied Computing eBooks 2019 English+International
Notes Includes index.
Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) with Cloud functionality Chapter Goal: The goal is to provide the end user with an overview of the important Oracle 12c R2 RDBMS Features and High Availability (HA) with Cloud Options. No of pages Sub -Topics1. Introduction to High availability2. Options for Disaster Recovery3. Why we require HA & DR4. Difference between High availability and Disaster recovery5. Importance of HA & DR6. Evolution of Cloud technologies7. Oracle 12c R2 ( with Multi-tenant Features Chapter 2: High Availability (HA) -- GRID Infrastructure (GI) and RAC Options Chapter Goal: The goal is to provide the end user with an understanding of the new 12.2 Grid Features. In this way, the end user will be prepared to configure clusters for enhanced High Availability over previous Grid versions. No of pages: Sub -- Topics 1. Clusterware & RAC introduction2. Oracle RAC 12 R2 new features3. Flex ASM and Flex Clusters4. Oracle Domain Services Clusters5. Cluster Health Advisor and the GIR6. Rapid Home Provisioning7. Oracle RAC Reader nodes8. Oracle ASM Filter Driver9. 12.2 ACFS Replication and new Features10. HACIFS11. Managing Clusterware with OEM12. Sparse Files in Diskgroups and ACFS Chapter 3: Oracle Active Data Guard with Cloud Services Chapter Goal: The goal of this chapter is to provide the end user with an understanding of how to manage Oracle Data Guard including with Exadata Cloud. This chapter will serve to enhance the Exadata Cloud experience No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Oracle Disaster Recovery solution for database2. Data guard configuration and protection levels3. Data guard Switchover4. Data guard Failover5. Data guard with High availability Chapter 4: Best Practices in Oracle 12c R2 Data Guard with TIPS and Techniques Chapter Goal: This chapter is concerned with expanding on the DataGuard concepts which are touched on in previous chapters. After reading this chapter, end users will have the necessary knowledge to implement a myriad of techniques to better utilize Oracle's DataGuard technology and provide even greater utility to their standby databases. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Create a Standby database using DBCA2. Support for Diagnostic Pack with ADG3. Support for SQL Tuning Advisor4. No Logging Changes for Data Guard5. Multiple Observers6. Multiple Instance Redo Apply (MIRA) in RAC7. Subset Standbys8. Data Guard Database Compare9. Automatic Password File Synchronization10. in-Memory Support for ADG11. Minimize Impact to Primary Databases with Multiple Sync Standby Databases12. Duplicate Command Enhancements for DG13. Connection Preservation during Role Changes14. Data Guard Broker PDB -- Migrate PDB Chapter 5: Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud control 13c & High Availability (HA) for Cloud Control 13c Chapter Goal: The goal of this chapter is to go over the High Availability concepts that pertain to OEM 13cR2. With every release of OEM, OEM is becoming more and more powerful and as a result is relied on more No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. OEM 13c installation and configuration2. OEM Metrics & Monitoring3. Backup through OEM4. HA and MAA best practices for the OEM 13c repository Database5. OMS High Availability setup6. OEM Always On Monitoring7. Snap Cloning with OEM 13c 8. Consolidating Databases with OEM 13c Database Consolidation Workbench Chapter 6: RAC -- TAF -- FAN -- Benefits -- Sessions Failover -- HA Capabilities Chapter Goal: The goal of this chapter is to familiarize end users with the advanced High Availability features available in 12.2 Oracle Clusterware. With this knowledge, end users will be able to make better decisions on how to build out their infrastructure in a resilient and fault tolerant way. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Flex ASM with Flex Clusters with FLEX Disk Group Option2. RAC Reader Nodes Finalization3. Configure Cluster Domain Services (DSC)4. Converting from Standard ASM to Flex ASM5. Installing ASM in Minimal nodes and Benefits6. Extended RAC Benefits and Pre-Reqs7. Oracle Extended Cluster Installation -- NEW: Extended Redundancy Chapter 7: Global Data Services (GDS) Configurations for HA Chapter Goal: This Chapter will provide the end user with the necessary information to fully understand Global Data Services (GDS) with mission critical applications. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Creation and Configuration of Global Data Services (GDS)2. Administration of Global Data Services (GDS) 3. Client Connection Failover in Global Data Services (GDS)4. Adding Role Based Services in Global Data Services (GDS)5. Debugging for Global Data Services (GDS)6. TAF Configurations in Global Data Services (GDS)7. Global Data Services (GDS) Configurations for Data Guard and Oracle GoldenGate Chapter 8: Oracle Sharding Architecture Chapter Goal: Oracle Sharding is a scalability and availability feature for custom-designed OLTP applications that enables distribution and replication of data across a pool of Oracle databases That do not share any resources. 1. Oracle Database Sharing in 12.22. Sharding Introduction3. Necessity of Sharding4. Sharding deployment5. Sharding Methods6. System Managed Sharding7. Composite Sharding8. User-Defined Sharding9. EM 13cR2 Support Sharding10. Golden Gate with Sharding Chapter 9: High availability in ODA & Exadata Chapter Goal: The goal is to provide the end user with a brief but important overview of ODA capabilities so that basic functionality can be used. 1. Introduction to ODA2. OAKCLI -- Database creation3. OAKCLI -- Snapshot database creation4. OAKCLI -- Database deletion5. OAKCLI -- Database upgrade6. Introduction HA in ODA7. Physical standby creation8. RAC Database creation9. OEM access for ODA 10. ODA Patching Chapter 10: Troubleshooting and Health-Check in High Availability Chapter Goal: The goal of this chapter is to introduce the various health check utilities, both new in 12.2 and from previous versions which can greatly ease management and troubleshooting efforts in HA and DR. 1. Troubleshooting Methods2. Health-Check Methods3. Cluster Verification Utility (CVU)4. ORAChk/EXAChk5. Cluster Health Monitor (CHM)6. Cluster Health Advisor (CHA)7. Trace File Analyzer (TFA)8. Hang Manager (HM)9. Memory Guard (MG)10. Quality Of Service Management (QSM) Chapter 10: Introduction to Oracle Cloud with Various Options Chapter Goal: The goal is to provide the end user with a brief Oracle Cloud options based on type of application. 1. Oracle Public cloud2. What is cloud? Private, Public, Hybrid, Community.3. HA setup creation in Public cloud4. Disaster recovery setup creation in Cloud5. Migrate databases to Cloud Chapter 11: Exadata Cloud Service-Introduction Chapter Goal:The goal is to provide end user an understanding of cloud services available in terms of database platforms and more specifically on Exadata Cloud service which is a platform of service offering from Oracle and known as a great platform for mission critical database workload, consolidation platform and widely used for customer for modernizing the IT estate. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. What is cloud? Private, Public, Hybrid, Community.2. What is Exadata Cloud Service?3. Provisioning XD cloud instance?4. Provisioning XD db instance.5. Getting Started with Exadata Cloud service.6. Summary. Chapter 12: Exadata Cloud Service-Managing them all together Chapter Goal:The goal is to provide end user on how to manage Exadata cloud service through Oracle enterprise manager which is deployed already in their data center- Hybrid cloud management capabilities of OEM 13.2 can provide manageability of ExaCS stack including Compute nodes, Storage nodes, ASM management, Database end- to end life cycle management capabilities including but not limited to backup automation, provisioning, cloning, compliance dashboards, snapclones etc.. 1. Agent deployment on Compute node.2. Discovering your ExaCS.3. Managing ASM and databases.4. Health-check and best practices through OEM5. Summary. Chapter 13: Exadata Cloud Service-Consolidation & Security Chapter Goal: The goal is to provide end user consolidation best practices along with implementing security in a consolidated environment. Encryption, segregation of duties, activity monitoring and compliance tracking methods. 1. Database Consolidation design principle on ExaCS2. Protecting databases -Encryption best practices3. Protecting databases- Enforcing SOD4. Protecting databases- key management5.
Protecting databases- Auditing and compliance tracking.6. Summary. Chapter 14: Exadata Cloud Service-Testing your migration plan Chapter Goal:Testing plays a major role in any platform migration scenarios, moving to cloud could be very exciting at same time poses a great risk if anything goes wrong. Removing uncertainties and having a scientific way of testing the migration methods in a consolidated environment is key to succeed. SQL Performance analyzer and Consolidation workbench features can accelerate the journey to ExaCS simpler and faster. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Selecting right Migration methods to suit workload.2. Advisories & recommendations3. Using right testing tools-SPA, Consolidation Workbench, DB replay4. Analyzing testing result -fix regressions.5. Summary. Chapter 15 Exadata Cloud Service-Migrating databases using Golden Gate Cloud Service Chapter Goal: Moving database workload on cloud with a fallback mechanism could be desired for a mission critical workload. Using Oracle's golden gate cloud service we can maintain two transitionally consistent databases, Chapter will focus on implementation steps involved for such requirements. No of pages: Sub -- Topics: 1. Overview of GGCS 2. Pre-requisites and preparation steps. 3. Initial data sync on ExaCS.4. GGCS instance configuration for replication.5. Validating replicated data.6. Summary.
Summary Work with Oracle database's high-availability and disaster-management technologies. This book covers all the Oracle high-availability technologies in one place and also discusses how you configure them in engineered systems and cloud services. You will see that when you say your database is healthy, it is not limited to whether the database is performing well on day-to-day operations; rather it should also be robust and free from disasters. As a result, your database will be capable of handling unforeseen incidents and recovering from disaster with very minimal or zero downtime. Oracle High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Cloud Services explores all the high-availability features of Oracle database, how to configure them, and best practices. After you have read this book you will have mastered database high-availability concepts such as RAC, Data Guard, OEM 13c, and engineered systems (Oracle Exadata x6/x7 and Oracle Database Appliance). What You Will Learn Master the best practices and features of Exadata and ODA Implement and monitor high availability with OEM 13c Clone databases using various methods in Oracle 12c R2 Work with the Oracle sharding features of Oracle 12c R2 Who This Book Is For Oracle database administrators.
Other author Basha, Nassyam, author.
K. M., Krishna Kumar, author.
Sharma, Bal Mukund, author.
Kerekovski, Konstantin, author.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Oracle (Computer file)
Relational databases.
Cloud computing.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781484243510 (electronic bk.)
148424351X (electronic bk.)