Oracle Database 12c Backup, Recovery and Server Tuning

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Advanced
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Continuous and efficient operation of databases is a critical requirement of any successful organization. In this Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery training course, you take a deep dive into the necessary tasks to maximize the availability of Oracle 12c data. You will learn to use automated backup and recovery techniques with Recovery Manager (RMAN) and Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM), configure Data Guard for disaster recovery as well as protect data privacy with Data Masking and Data Redaction. Additionally, you will learn how to manage and tune Oracle Database 12c server performance.

  • This course is currently running on Oracle 12c, on the Windows Server 2008, R2 platform

Oracle Database 12c Backup, Recovery and Server Tuning Delivery Methods

  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Learning Tree end-of-course exam included

Oracle Database 12c Backup, Recovery and Server Tuning Course Benefits

  • Deploy backup and recovery strategies to protect Oracle 12c data
  • Implement automated backup and recovery techniques with Recovery Manager (RMAN) and Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)
  • Configure Data Guard for disaster recovery
  • Manage Oracle Database 12c server performance

Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery Course Outline

  • Backup and recovery concepts
  • Defining the Oracle architecture
  • The roles of the Oracle background processes
  • Multitenant databases overview

Ensuring resilience

  • Configuring control and redo log files
  • Returning tables to any point with Temporal History

Performing backups

  • Choosing appropriate backup strategies
  • Generating full, partial, hot and cold backups

Achieving full database recovery

  • Recovering tablespaces and datafiles
  • Repairing online redo logs

Flashing back the database for fast recovery

  • Configuring flashback database
  • Returning to pre-arranged restore points

Configuring RMAN

  • Contrasting control file and Recovery Catalogue usage
  • Creating and maintaining the Recovery Catalogue
  • Specifying redundancy and channel utilization

Generating RMAN backups

  • Optimizing full and incremental backups
  • Managing space in the fast recovery area
  • Scripting the backup activity
  • Listing and reporting on backups

Performing automated recovery

  • Recovering data from backup sets and image copies
  • Rolling forward image copies with incremental backups
  • Retrieving individual tables with table-level recovery

Navigating the backup interface

  • Configuring default backup settings
  • Performing, scheduling and managing backup jobs

Simplifying recovery

  • Achieving full recovery with default settings
  • Diagnosing and fixing corruptions with Database Recovery Adviser

Setting up standby configuration

  • Constructing the primary and standby parameter files
  • Duplicating the primary database to create a standby
  • Transporting and applying redo log data to the standby
  • Ensuring performance using Far Sync
  • Evaluating physical vs. logical standby databases

Managing and activating the standby database

  • Keeping an active standby database in read-only mode with Active Data Guard
  • Failing over and switching to the standby facility

Enhancing data privacy with Data Masking and Data Redaction

  • Establishing the requirements for Data Masking
  • Scrambling data to mask personal information
  • Securing third-party applications using Data Redaction
  • Comparing full, partial and random redaction

Monitoring and recording database actions

  • Simplifying auditing with Oracle 12c unified auditing
  • Managing the audit policies

Exploiting manual performance techniques

  • Optimizing the shared pool and the buffer cache
  • Monitoring latch contention and wait events
  • Enhancing query performance with the result cache

Managing performance with the automated tool set

  • Automating memory management to minimize DBA tasks
  • Leveraging Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Database Express and Cloud Control 12c performance pages
  • Tuning the server with the Automatic Workload Repository
  • Performing predictive testing with Database Replay

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