Oracle RAC Training Course
Oracle RAC: Real Application Clusters
Cost: $9k for up to 20 students
Grid & Real Application Clusters
This course is designed for practicing Oracle professionals who have basic experience with Oracle. Prior experience with Oracle RAC is not required, but experience using Oracle database is highly desirable.
Who should attend:
This course is specifically designed for Oracle DBA systems administration staff.
This is an intensive 3-day hands-on Oracle RAC and Grid features overview. Unlike other Oracle RAC training classes, this course examines all Oracle RAC features with an eye on those features that are the most important to your shop. The course content can be customized according to your specific Oracle RAC configuration. This hands-on Oracle Grid training is special because this course is taught by a veteran Oracle Certified DBA with years of full-time experience.
This Oracle RAC training was designed by Donald K. Burleson. Author of more than 30 database books, Burleson was chosen by Oracle Press to write five authorized editions, including Oracle High-Performance SQL tuning. Burleson Consulting instructors offer decades of real world DBA experience in Oracle features, and they will share their secrets in this intense hands-on Oracle training.
This course presents a complete guide to the installation and configuration of Oracle Real Application Clusters tool for successful design of RAC clusters, details on shared disk technology, raw devices and RAID with RAC, understanding of internal concurrency, resource coordination and locking mechanism within RAC, transparent Application Failover (TAF), and monitoring and tuning RAC applications.
1. Introduction to Cluster Technology
2. High Performance and Highly Available Databases
3. High Performance Computing Cluster – HPCC
4. Clusterizing Applications
5. Highly Available Databases
6. Clustered Systems
7. Overview of the Cluster Technology
8. Overview of Oracle Real Application Clusters
9. RAC Server and Disk Technology
10. RAW Partitions and Cluster File System
11. Storage Technology and Redundancy
12. Cluster File System
13. Server Redundancy
14. RAC Installation and Configuration
15. RAC Architecture and Components
16. Oracle Installation and Creation of Database
17. Internals of Real Application Clusters
18. Overview of Cache Fusion
19. RAC Backup and Recovery
20. Standby Databases in RAC Configuration
21. Transparent Application Failover
22. Using Instance Roles
23. RAC Performance Monitoring and Tuning
24. Migration to RAC Databases
25. Architecture of Oracle Real Application Clusters Guard