Automate Dataguard Best Practices
Myriads of best practice techniques are provided from Oracle’s Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) team and industry experts that address Data Guard when it comes to performance, scalability and reliability. Best practices also change with each release of Oracle products and as technology evolves. Compliance with best practices can help mitigate potential performance and infrastructure issues that ails lot of companies. One of the best ways to comply with industry best practices is with automated processes and procedures. This paper will disseminate fundamental Data Guard best practices and demonstrate how DBAs can automate setup, configuration, monitoring and maintenance of physical standby Data Guard environments with assistance from the Data Guard (DG) Toolkit with concentration on the following topics:
Building the Physical Standby
Monitoring and Maintaining the Physical Standby
Configuring Data Guard Broker
Performing Backup and Recovery with RMAN
Setting Archive Retention
Performing Switchovers and Failovers
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President and Founder, Viscosity
Charles Kim is an Oracle ACE Director, Oracle Certified DBA, a Certified RAC Expert and Certified Exadata Implementation Specialist. Charles is also a VMware vExpert and a VMware Certified Professional. Charles specializes in RAC, Exadata, Virtualization and authored 8 books.
Charles holds certifications in Oracle, VMware, Red Hat Linux, and Microsoft, and has over 25 years of Oracle experience on mission and business critical databases. Charles presents regularly at local, regional, national, and international Oracle conferences including IOUG Collaborate, VMware World, and Oracle OpenWorld on topics of RAC, ASM, Linux Best Practices, Data Guard Best Practices, VMware virtualization, Oracle VMware virtualization, and 7×24 High Availability Considerations.
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