Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery Workshop Training Ed 2 (12cDB-BR)
Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery Workshop Training Ed 2 Course by Example
This Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery Workshop Training Ed 2 course will teach you how to evaluate your own recovery requirements. You'll develop appropriate strategies for backup, restore and recovery procedures from provided scenarios.
Develop appropriate backup and recovery procedures to address your business needs.
Implement backup and recovery settings and perform backup operations to disk and tape.
Employ Oracle Database recovery procedures to recover from media and other failures.
Diagnose and repair data failures.
Use Flashback Technologies and data duplication to complement backup and recovery procedures.
Secure the availability of your database by appropriate backup and recovery strategies.
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Data Warehouse Administrator
Duration: 5 days
Knowledge of SQL and PL/SQL
Knowledge of Oracle Database 12c
Describe Oracle Database backup methods and recovery operations that can be used to resolve database failure.
Describe the Oracle Database architecture components related to backup and recovery operations.
Plan effective backup and recovery procedures.
Configure the database for recoverability.
Use Recovery Manager (RMAN) to create backups and perform recovery operations.
Use the Data Recovery Advisor to diagnose and repair failures.
Use Oracle Flashback Technologies to recover from human error.
Perform an encrypted database backup and restore.
Perform tablespace point-in-time recovery.
Describe additional high availability features such as Oracle Data Guard.
Assess your Recovery Requirements
Categories of failures
Oracle Backup and Recovery Solutions
Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture
Oracle Secure Backup
Benefits of using Oracle Data Guard
Basic Workshop Architecture
Core Concepts of the Oracle Database, Critical for Backup and Recovery
Oracle DBA Tools for Backup and Recovery
Connecting to Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN)
Quick Start: A Problem-Solution Approach
Configuring for Recoverablility
Configuring and managing persistent settings
Using the Fast Recovery Area (FRA)
Redo Log File
Using the RMAN Recovery Catalog
Creating and Configuring the Recovery Catalog
Managing Target Database Records in the Recovery Catalog
Using RMAN Stored Scripts
Maintaining and Protecting the Recovery Catalog
Virtual Private Catalogs
Backup Strategies and Terminology
Backup Solutions Overview and Terminology
Balancing Backup and Restore Requirements
Backing Up Read-Only Tablespaces
Best Practices for Data Warehouse Backups
Additional Backup Terminology
RMAN Backup Types
Incrementally Updated Backups
Fast Incremental Backup
Block Change Tracking
Reporting on Backups
Improving Your Backups
Using a Media Manager
Creating RMAN Multisection Backups, Proxy Copies, Duplexed Backup Sets and Backups of Backup Sets
Creating and Managing Archival Backups
Backing Up Recovery Files
Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File
Cataloging Additional Backup Files
Backing Up ASM Disk Group Metadata
Using RMAN-Encrypted Backups
Creating RMAN-Encrypted Backups
Using Transparent-Mode Encryption
Using Password-Mode Encryption
Using Dual-Mode Encryption
Diagnosing Database Failures
Reducing Problem Diagnosis Time
Automatic Diagnostic Repository
Interpreting RMAN Message Output and Error Stacks
Data Recovery Advisor
Diagnosing Data File Loss (file system and ASM)
Handling Block Corruption
Restore and Recovery Concepts
Restoring and Recovering
Instance Failure and Instance/Crash Recovery
Complete Recovery (Overview)
Point-in-Time Recovery (Overview)
Recovery Through RESETLOGS
Performing Recovery, Part 1
RMAN Recovery in NOARCHIVELOG Mode
Performing Complete Recovery (of critical and noncritical data files)
Restoring ASM Disk Groups
Recovery with Image Files
Performing Point-in-Time (PITR) or Incomplete Recovery
Table Recovery from Backups
Performing Recovery, Part 2
Recovery of Server Parameter File, Control File
Redo Log File Loss and Recovery
Password Authentication File Re-creation
Index, Read-Only Tablespace, and Tempfile Recovery
Restoring the Database to a New Host
Restoring RMAN Encrypted Backups
RMAN and Oracle Secure Backup
Oracle Secure Backup Overview
Oracle Database Disk and Tape Backup Solution
Backing Up the Fast Recovery Area to Tape
Defining Retention for RMAN Backups
RMAN and Oracle Secure Backup Basic Process Flow
Integration with Cloud Control
RMAN Database Backup to Tape
Performing Tape Backups and Restores
Scheduling Backups with EM
RMAN and OSB Process Flow
RMAN and Oracle Secure Backup Jobs
Managing Database Tape Backups
Performing Database Recovery
RMAN Automatic Failover to Previous Backup
Using Flashback Technologies
Flashback Technology: Overview and Setup
Using Flashback Technology to Query Data
Flashback Transaction (Query and Backout)
Flashback Drop and the Recycle Bin
Flashback Data Archive
Using Flashback Database
Flashback Database Architecture
Configuring Flashback Database
Performing Flashback Database
Best Practices for Flashback Database
Managing Backup Space or Transporting Data
Duplicating a Database
Using a Duplicate Database
Choosing Database Duplication Techniques
Creating a Backup-up Based Duplicate Database
Understanding the RMAN Duplication Operation
Using Cloud Control to Clone a Database
RMAN Performance and Tuning
Diagnosing Performance Bottlenecks
Restore and Recovery Performance Best Practices
Backup and Recovery Workshop
Workshop Approach to Solving Failure Scenarios
Business Requirements for Database Availability and Procedures
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