Oracle RAC Training Self Paced
About Oracle RAC Training(Self-Paced):
Oracle RAC (Real Application Clusters) is a component of the Oracle 9i database appliance that permits a database to be installed across multiple servers. It’s a clustered version of Oracle Database based on a complete high availability stack that can be used as the base of a shared infrastructure as well as database cloud system ensuring high agility, scalability and availability for any application.
All these features are combined with easy management and Oracle RAC is the foundation for providing successful cloud environment and IT infrastructure. Oracle RAC 12c provides significant advancements in all of the areas that matter to your business success.
Oracle RAC Course Target:
- Illustrate how grid plug and play effects Clusterware.
- Manage Oracle RAC databases, backup and recovery.
- Determine RAC specific tuning components.
- Understand theOracle Clusterware architecture.
- Configure and manage services in a RAC environment.
- Understand global cache coordination and benefits of Oracle RAC 12c.
- Define redo log files in a RAC environment.
- Configure RMAN for the RAC environment.
- Configure the Oracle RAC database to use ARCHIVELOG mode and the fast recovery area.
- Install Oracle 11g R2 software and create an Oracle RAC database
- Start and stop Oracle RAC databases and instances
Oracle RAC course audience:
- Database Administrators
- Software Consultants
- IT Professionals
- Professional who is seeking a career in database skills.
Oracle RAC prerequisite:
- Familiarity with database concepts, techniques and the ability to use Graphical User Interface.
- Basic knowledge of database administration.
Oracle RAC Course Curriculum:
Module: 1. Oracle RAC architecture
Goal set: This module covers- What is Oracle RAC?, Oracle grid infrastructure architecture, Oracle RAC cluster, automatic storage management and components of ASM.
Topics: What is Oracle RAC?, Explain the principles and purposes of clusters, oracle RAC 12c commands, Describe Cluster hardware best practices, describe the Oracle Clusterware architecture, Oracle RAC architecture, describe how Grid Plug and Play affects Clusterware, Describe the Automatic Storage Management (ASM) architecture and describe the components of ASM.
Module: 2. Grid Infrastructure | Oracle RAC installation
Goal set: This module covers- Nova networking, Neutron components, Networking technologies, Network packets.
Topics: Perform pre installation tasks for Grid Infrastructure, Install Grid Infrastructure, Verify the installation, Configure Automatic Storage Management (ASM) disk groups, Configure ASM volumes, Make the ASM cluster file system, Mount ASM Cluster File System (ACFS) volumes
Module: 3. Administering Oracle Clusterware
Goal set: This module covers- Clusterware management proficiency, recovery techniques, Oracle cluster registry and network settings.
Topics: Display Clusterware management proficiency, Demonstrate Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR) backup and recovery techniques and Manage network settings.
Module: 4. Managing Oracle Clusterware
Goal set: This module covers- how to add and delete Oracle cluster ware, rolling patches and rolling upgrades, different types of patches, comparison of software versions with active version and installation of patch.
Topics: Adding and Deleting Oracle Clusterware Home, Perform the prerequisite steps for extending a cluster, Use add Node.sh to add a node to a cluster, Delete a node from a cluster, Patching Oracle Clusterware, Describe the types of patches and upgrades available, Design for rolling patches and rolling upgrades, Compare software versions with the active version, Install a patch set with the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) utility, Install a patch with the patch utility.
Module: 5. Making Applications Highly Available with Oracle Clusterware
Goal set: This module covers- components of Oracle Cluster ware, policy and administration managed databases, server pools functionality, how to create application virtual IP VIP and application resources.
Topics: Describe the high availability components of Oracle Clusterware, Contrast policy-managed and administration-managed databases, describe the functionality of server pools, Describe application-placement policies, Create an application virtual IP (VIP) and Manage application resources.
Module: 6. Troubleshooting Oracle Clusterware
Goal set: This module covers- all log files, Java based tools, resource and component level debugging and how to troubleshoot oracle cluster registry.
Topics: Locate Oracle Clusterware log files, Gather all log files using diagcollection.pl, Enable resource debugging, Enable component-level debugging, Enable tracing for Java-based tools, Troubleshoot the Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR) file.
Module: 7. Administering ASM Instances | Oracle RAC ASM
Goal set: This module covers- how to apply ASM initialization parameter, How to Monitor ASM by using of VSASM dynamic performance views and ASM instances.
Topics: Explain and apply (ASM) initialization parameters, Manage ASM instances and associated processes, and Monitor ASM using the V$ASM dynamic performance views.
Module: 8. RAC Concepts
Goal set: This Oracle RAC tutorial module covers- Describe object affinity, Global cache coordination, global resources and dynamic re-mastering.
Topics: Explain the necessity of global resources, Describe global cache coordination and Explain object affinity and dynamic re-mastering.
Module: 9. Real Application Clusters Database Installation
Goal set: This Oracle RAC tutorial module covers- How to install Oracle database software, need to perform a single instance to RAC conversion, creation tasks.
Topics: Install the Oracle database software, create a cluster database, Perform post-database-creation tasks and perform a single instance to RAC conversion.
Module: 10. Oracle RAC Administration
Goal set: This Oracle RAC training module covers- how to define redo log files, start and stop RAC databases, start and stop RAC databases, undo table spaces and how to modify initialization parameters.
Topics: Use Enterprise Manager Cluster Database pages, Define redo log files in a RAC environment, Define undo table spaces in a RAC environment, Start and stop RAC databases and instances, Modify initialization parameters in a RAC environment.
Module: 11. Managing Backup and Recovery for RAC
Goal set: This Oracle RAC tutorial module covers- Archivelog mode and RMAN for the RAC environment.
Topics: The RAC database to use ARCHIVELOG mode and the fast recovery area, RMAN for the RAC environment.
Module: 12. RAC Database Monitoring and Tuning
Goal set: This Oracle RAC training module covers- RAC specific tuning components, system statistics, specific wait events, cluster database performance pages, RAC tuning tips, tune instance recovery in RAC, Automatic database diagnostic monitor in RAC and Automatic workload repository.
Topics: Determine RAC-specific tuning components, Tune instance recovery in RAC, Determine RAC-specific wait events, global enqueues, and system statistics, Implement the most common RAC tuning tips, Use the Cluster Database Performance pages, Use the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) in RAC and Use Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) in RAC.
Module: 13. Services
Goal set: This Oracle RAC training module covers- how to configure and manage services in RAC, database resource manager and scheduler, usage of client application and configure services aggregation and tracing.
Topics: Configure and manage services in a RAC environment, Use services with client applications, Use services with the Database Resource Manager, Use services with the Scheduler, Configure services aggregation and tracing.
Module: 14. Design for High Availability
Goal set: This Oracle RAC tutorial module covers- maximum availability architecture, Data guard broker configuration, Data guard topologies and identification of successful disk I/O strategies.
Topics: Design a Maximum Availability Architecture in your environment, determine the best RAC and Data Guard topologies for your environment, Configure the Data Guard Broker configuration files in a RAC environment and Identify successful disk I/O strategies.
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