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

Udemy – Oracle Database Data Guard Administration (12c and 19c)
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Take your Oracle DBA knowledge and experience to the next level and become a professional on Data Guard administration

What you’ll 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

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.

Who this course is for:
This course is designed for Oracle Database Administrators who would like to use Oracle Data Guard
Those DBAs who already have experience on Oracle Data Guard, this course is NOT for them.

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