Oracle High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Cloud Services: Explore RAC, Data Guard, and Cloud Technology

  • 6h 5m
  • Bal Mukund Sharma, Konstantin Kerekovski, Krishna Kumar K M, Nassyam Basha, Y V Ravi Kumar
  • Apress
  • 2019

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

In this Book

  • Introduction to High Availability and Disaster Recovery with Cloud Technology
  • Oracle Active Data Guard with Cloud Services
  • High Availability for Cloud Control 13c
  • GI and RAC Options
  • Troubleshooting and Conducting Health Checks for High Availability
  • Best Practices in Oracle Data Guard with Tips and Techniques
  • Oracle Sharding
  • Oracle Engineered Systems for High Availability
  • Oracle Cloud Overview
  • Exadata Cloud Provisioning
  • Migrating Databases to Exadata Cloud Service Using DIPC
  • Managing Exadata Cloud Service


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