Oracle RAC

Technologies: Oracle 12c
Quality of Service management is a component of Oracle RAC that ensures that the most critical business workloads are prioritized for database resources. Explore QoS management, policy sets, server pools, and more.
Managing connections to a database ensures that the most important business workloads get the highest priority in the database. Explore application failover and continuity in RAC database connections.
High availability is a critical requirement of Oracle RAC. Explore the configuration of client and server components to ensure high availability in RAC database connections.
Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is a valuable tool in the day-to-day administration tasks of an Oracle RAC database. Explore Enterprise Manager and command-line utilities to manage an Oracle RAC database.
Installing, upgrading, and patching are essential tasks for any DBA, ensuring outages due to software problems are kept to a minimum. Explore implementation and maintenance of Oracle RAC software in a production environment.
A main concern for any database administrator is that a database is performing optimally. Explore RAC monitoring and tuning techniques using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and database tools like AWR, ASH, and ADDM.
Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) lets you efficiently backup and recover an Oracle database. Explore RMAN to back up and restore a RAC database, archived redo log files in a RAC environment, and archiving schemes.
Global Enqueue Management is essential in diagnosing performance problems, preventing outages, and tuning the database for optimum performance. Explore concepts related to Global Enqueue Management.
Initialization parameter files provide parameters to the Oracle database instance on how it must start. Explore RAC-specific initialization parameters.
Multitenancy is the logical creation of multiple databases within one database to be used by different organizations or applications. RAC administration services and database consolidation and standardization with Multitenant Architecture.
Oracle DBAs must ensure that the database is backed up and that it can be restored in the event of a failure. Explore RAC backup and recovery, including media recovery and failure protection, parallel recovery, and backup settings.
Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) provides for clustering and high availability in Oracle database environments. Explore RAC database architecture and an in-depth understanding of all the components and requirements of Oracle RAC.
RAC One Node provides high availability for single instance Oracle databases. Discover how to convert a single instance database to RAC and the administration of Oracle RAC One Node.
Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM) is designed to simplify management of data, control, and log files. Explore Automatic Storage Management, and the Oracle Cloud File System.
The Oracle Grid Infrastructure lays the foundation for highly available and scalable Oracle RAC systems. Explore the Oracle Grid Infrastructure, including Oracle Clusterware and Grid plug and play.
Managing varying workloads from different applications can be very complicated. Discover how to create and manage services with Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and SRVCTL.
Ensuring that a database is performing at its optimum capacity is crucial for any database administrator. Explore key RAC monitoring and tuning techniques.