Oracle Database 12c R2 : RAC Administration

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Oracle Database 12c R2 : RAC Administration

Prix: 3 416 €Durée: 4 JoursCode de Réference: D81250 Catalogue
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Avec cette formation Oracle Database 12c R2 : RAC Administration, vous étudierez l'architecture des bases de données Oracle RAC. Les experts Oracle University vous enseigneront les Global Resources et Cache Fusion. Dans ce cours, vous serez initié au service Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service.

Objectifs de la formation :

  • Configure Oracle RAC Reader Nodes
  • Define redo log files in a RAC environment
  • Define undo tablespaces in a RAC environment
  • Define local temporary tablespaces in a RAC environment
  • Modify initialization parameters in a RAC environment
  • Perform post-database-creation tasks
  • Configure RMAN for the RAC environment
  • Configure the RAC database to use ARCHIVELOG mode and the fast recovery area
  • Explain the necessity of global resources
  • Describe global cache coordination
  • Explain the principles and purposes of clusters
  • Describe the Oracle Clusterware architecture
  • Describe the benefits of Oracle RAC
  • Convert a single-instance Oracle Database to RACs
  • Install the Oracle Database software
  • Create a cluster database
 

Public :

Cette formation Oracle Database 12c R2: RAC Administration s'adresse aux administrateurs de base de données.

Pré-requis :

Working knowledge of Oracle Database 11g: Release 2, including Clusterware, ASM and RAC, avoir suivi la formation Oracle Database 12c R2: Clusterware Administration Ed 2 ou disposer de compétences équivalentes.

Programme de la formation :

Introduction to Clusterware

Cluster in general Oracle Clusterware Characteristics Oracle Clusterware Architecture and Cluster Services Overview Oracle Clusterware Requirements: OS, Public/Private Networks, and IP addresses Grid Naming Service (GNS), Shared GNS, and Highly Available GNS GNS Configuration Options Single Client Access Name (SCAN)

Cluster Configuration Options

Oracle Standalone Clusters Oracle Domain Services Cluster Oracle Member Cluster for Oracle Databases Oracle Member Cluster for Applications Oracle Extended Clusters

Grid Infrastructure Pre-Installation Tasks

Shared Storage for Oracle Clusterware Sizing Storage for Oracle Standalone Cluster Grid Infrastructure Management Repository Details Checking System Requirements Single Client Access Name for the Cluster Redundant Interconnect Usage Kernel Requirements Groups and Users

Grid Infrastructure Installation

Performing an image-based Grid Infrastructure Installation Choosing a Cluster Configuration Option Grid Plug and Play Support for Flex Cluster Configuration Configuring Shared GNS Verifying the Oracle Clusterware Installation

Managing Cluster Nodes

Adding Oracle Clusterware Homes Prerequisites for running addnode.sh Adding a Node with addNode.sh Configuring the node role Removing a Node from the Cluster

Traditional Clusterware Management

Clusterware Admin Tools Review Oracle Clusterware startup and shutdown Administering the Voting Disk file Administering the Oracle Cluster Registry Disk file Network Administration Reasoned What-If Command Evaluation

Policy-Based Cluster and Capacity Management

Policy-Based Cluster Management Overview Server Categorization Policy Set Load-Aware Resource Placement Server Weight-Based Node Eviction

Patching Grid Infrastructure

Out-of-Place Oracle Clusterware Upgrade Types of Patches Obtaining Oracle Clusterware Patches Rolling Patches Installing a Rolling Patchset with OUI OPatch Overview Installing a Rolling Patch with OPatch OPatch Automation

Monitoring and Troubleshooting Oracle Clusterware

Using Oracle Autonomous Health Framework Overview Cluster Verify Utility (CVU) Cluster Health Monitor (CHM) Cluster Health Advisor (CHA) Trace File Analyzer (TFA) Collector Using the Cluster Resource Activity Log (CALOG) Using Oracle Clusterware Diagnostic and Alert Log Data Node Eviction

Making Applications Highly Available

Overview of Using Oracle Clusterware to Enable HA Oracle Clusterware HA Components Resource Management Options Server Pools Overall flow diagram of HA lifecycle Clusterware Resource Modeling Creating an Application VIP Clusterware Resource Group

Les plus de cette formation :

Learn how to make applications highly available using Oracle Clusterware. You'll walk away with the ability to install, configure, manage, monitor and troubleshoot standalone flex clusters. Furthermore, you will have developed the skills to upgrade and patch Clusterware environments.

Pour aller plus loin :

Après cette formation, vous pourrez suivre la formation Oracle Database 12c: ASM Administration.
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