Course Code: O12CDG
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|London||15 Jan 2018||Filling||Book|
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This course introduces the delegate to the main architectural concepts of Data Guard. Delegates will learn how to use Oracle Data Guard to protect Oracle Databases against planned and unplanned downtime. They will learn how to create and manage physical, logical and snapshot standby databases. They will also learn how to use standby databases in a standby role for reporting, querying and testing purposes.
The Oracle Database 12c Data Guard course is also suitable for users of Oracle Database 11gR2 Data Guard.
The delegate will practise:
The Oracle Database 12c Data Guard course is designed for database administrators and technical support staff who are required to plan and implement Oracle Data Guard configurations.
The Oracle Database 12c Data Guard course aims to provide the skills needed to plan, implement, manage and troubleshoot Oracle Data Guard standby database configurations.
A working knowledge of Oracle Database Administration is required. This course is run in a Linux environment and a working knowledge of the UNIX operating system is therefore highly recommended. These skills can be obtained by attending the pre-requisite courses.
NOTE: Course technical content is subject to change without notice.
Our independent Oracle, Solaris & Red Hat Linux curriculums helps prepare delegates for official certification.
Having previously undertaken a similar course in the past I expected this course to not be especially beneficial, however this was not the case at all. I have garnered some very useful new skills and knowledge. The trainer's subject knowledge and delivery are a credit to himself and Stayahead. I was constantly engaged and rarely found myself requiring a repeat of the coursework but when needed he was more than helpful in explaining where I was struggling.Laurence - Operations Support - Finance - September 2017