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Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)

Take your Oracle DBA knowledge and experience to the next level and become a professional on Data Guard administration

4.74 (528 reviews)

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12.5 hours

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Jul 2021

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What you will learn

Understand the concepts of Oracle Data Guard architecture

Create, manage, and monitor Physical and Logical Standby databases

Implement and manage Data Guard Broker

Perform Role Transitions: Switchover and Failover

Implement Fast-Start Failover

Implement Oracle Active Data Guard

Create and manage Snapshot Standby database

Implement client failover in a Data Guard Configuration

Use RMAN in a Data Guard environment

Implement Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING

Understand the advanced options in Oracle Data Guard


Description

Learn all about administering Oracle Data Guard (12c and 19c) environments. You will gain hands-on experience on performing all the fundamental administration tasks a DBA may need to manage a Data Guard environment.

The course is built-up of lectures that describe the concepts of a subject and practice lectures that allow you to practically implement what you have learnt in the concepts lecture. They are all demonstrated by videos and supported with downloadable files, such as scripts and code examples. The practice lectures do not leave you implement the exercises alone, they are all accompanied with demonstration videos.

If your target is learning all about the fundamental Oracle Data Guard administration with concentration on the practical side, then you are in the right place.


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Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)
Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)
Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)
Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)

Content

Introducing the Course

Introducing the Course

Practice: Create an Oracle 12c Database with ASM (part 1)

Practice: Create an Oracle 12c Database with ASM (part 2)

Practice: Create an Oracle 12c Database with ASM (part 3)

Download Course Documents

Introduction to Oracle Data Guard

Introduction to Oracle Data Guard

Data Guard Basic Concepts ( Part 1 )

Data Guard Basic Concepts ( Part 2 )

Data Guard Concepts

Implementing Oracle Data Guard using SQL*Plus

Creating a Physical Standby Database (Part 1)

Creating a Physical Standby Database (Part 2)

Practice1: Creating a Physical Standby Database (Part 1)

Practice 1: Creating a Physical Standby Database (part 2)

Practice 1: Creating a Physical Standby Database (part 3)

Creating a Logical Standby Database

Practice 2: Creating a Logical Standby Database

Oracle Data Guard Broker

Using the Data Guard Broker (Part 1)

Using the Data Guard Broker (Part 2)

Practice 3 Creating a Data Guard Broker Configuration

Managing Physical and Logical Standby Databases

Managing Physical Standby Database

Practice 4 Changing the Data Guard Protection Mode

Managing Logical Standby Database

Practice 5 Managing Logical Standby Database

Monitoring Data Guard Configuration

Practice 6: Monitoring Data Guard Configuration

Perform Role Transitions

Perform Role Transition Switchover

Perform Role Transition Failover

Practice 7: Perform Role Transitions

Enabling Fast-Start Failover

Practice 8: Enabling the Fast-Start Failover

Active Data Guard and Snapshot Standby Databases

Implementing Active Data Guard

Managing Snapshot Standby Databases

Practice 9 Implement Active Data Guard and Snapshot Standby Database

Managing Client Connectivity

Managing Client Connectivity (Part 1)

Managing Client Connectivity (Part 2)

Practice 10: Implement Client Failover

RMAN Considerations in Data Guard Configuration

RMAN Considerations in Data Guard Configuration

Practice 11 Using RMAN in Data Guard Environment

Performing Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING

Performing Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING

Practice 12: Performing Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING ( Part 1 of 3 )

Practice 12: Performing Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING ( Part 2 of 3 )

Practice 12: Performing Rolling Upgrade using DBMS_ROLLING ( Part 3 of 3 )

More About Data Guard

More About Data Guard

Appendices

Creating an Oracle 12c R2 Physical Standby RAC Database from a Primary RAC


Reviews

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Anita7 August 2020

I just started learning data guard and i must say this guy is amazing..i can understand him clearly and his explanation is good.. thank you!!!

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Cristiano21 April 2020

Inglese non corretto. Corso per principianti, non da valore aggiunto a chi già conosce e lavora il prodotto

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Mitesh18 June 2019

Thanks a lot ahmed sir , now able to manage logical standby and got to know what logical standby means

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WILLIAM5 June 2019

Practice's are very good, they are a few issues with the provided steps but nothing than can not be solved checking Q&A section. I loved the course. Thanks so much for share this knowledge.

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Lawrence30 April 2019

The course is well structured and the instructor is knowledgeable!! Thank you Ahmed Baraka for the course at affordable price

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Samer13 April 2019

Thank You, Ahmed, it's an amazing material, well structured with a rich set of hands-on. I highly recommend your courses

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Ricardo14 January 2019

Another masterfull training from Ahmed Baraka, same as RAC 12c course, Oracle 12c Data Guard is a complete set of subjects and hands on exercises that fulfill any expectation for those who wants to get in to the Data Guard world. Thanks again to Ahmed for another Complete, Profesional and Incredible training.

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Kyle12 December 2018

Excellent instructor and complete documentation in oragnaized and logical flow. Thank you for the good work.

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Sarah21 July 2018

One of the best training from his series, I think the author are experience in the topic and know how to explain in detailed. He also very responsive to every questions and willing to help. I think my money is worth in investing to his training. Keep up the good work Ahmed and I hope you will do more training like Clusterware and ASM.

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Tchinsala4 July 2018

This course, like other Ahmed Baraka's courses, is rich in invaluable hands-on practices designed with a rare professionalism. I would recommend it to any professional desirous of enhancing their existing skills in Data Guard. Few courses offer this luxury of extensive, highly organized hands-on practice.

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Flavio11 June 2018

Despite the accent, the content was clearly explained. The support material looks very complete and detailed. I am very satisfied so far with the course.

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Anonymized21 May 2018

It's really helpful to build a new Virtualbox and configure Dataguard on it. PDF is also shared with screenshot that is really a good part.

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Priscila15 May 2018

This was my first course and I enjoyed from the beginning to the end! All the steps are being explained with details, easy to understand and the instructor is the best. Alternating theory with practice are a good way to learn. I already purchased his rac and golden gate course, but I have not started yet. They are my next plans. I highly recommende it! Thanks for share our knowledge and congratulation for this excellent job!

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Delesh18 April 2018

The Course is well structured an easy to follow. As someone who has worked with Oracle Data Guard from 9.2.0.4 onward, even I found this course useful. There could be more detail, but tit can be argued you should be referring to Oracle documentation as well in parallel. Ahmed is a very qualified instructor. I have also purchased GoldenGate 12c which again is a fabulous course.

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Michael8 April 2018

This was be far the best Udemy course that I ever took. The lecturer was excellent and I purchased his RAC and Golden Gate courses on Udemy as well. The labs were extremely helpful. I've already used the RMAN duplicate database command to create a PSB for our production database at work. However, in my case the exercise was much more difficult as we are not using ASM. I've been an Oracle DBA for quite some time and am planning to take my OCM exam in 2019, Inshallah!


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