Oracle RAC

Training Overview:

Forscher Solutions provides the Oracle RAC administrator training program focuses the delivery of modules to perform day-to-day management operations on Oracle RAC environments that are deployed on the landscapes within your own or your customer’s organization. The training is delivered by Subject Matter Experts currently managing, Oracle Databases and Oracle RAC landscapes in real time environments. The course and its contents are developed by subject matter experts and solution Architects, who deliver the solutions to Fortune 500 and Top-Notch MNCs around the globe.

Target Audience and Prerequisites:

This training program is designed for candidates with Oracle Database and Unix management experience.This training has been designed and developed from the ground up by training experts, specifically to cater, candidates from database administration backgrounds

Course Duration:

Fast Track – 5 Days

Normal Track – 10 to 12 weekends

Corporates – Custom configured per Client requirements and modules required

Module 1: Oracle RAC Infrastructure Basics

  • Clustering from a Server perspective
  • Clusterting from Oracle DB view
  • Understanding Oracle Clusterware and its architecture
  • Concepts of RAC in Oracle: Terminology and Implementation in an Enterprise Environment
  • Server, Virtualization, Network and Storage requirements for a RAC infrastructure
  • What are server pools
  • Agility in a Oracle Infrastructure
  • Understanding the Unix to Oracle Cluster File System
  • Location of the DB on a Shared file system
  • Global Concurrency: Demystified
  • Identifying the DB types
  • Understanding the clustered DB
  • Designing Oracle RAC solutions for Enterprises
  • Cluster and Cluster DB Homepage
  • Data Guard: Architecture and topologies
  • Integrating the Data-guard and Clusterware
  • Load-balancing in a RAC environment
  • Security in a RAC solution
  • Global Resource Management Concepts

Module 2: Planning and Implementing the Oracle RAC solutions

  • Installation and configuration of an Oracle RAC environment
  • Administration of a Oracle RAC
  • Clustered DB instances, configuration and topology
  • Implementation of a RAC Cluster
  • Managing the Instances in a clustered RAC environment
  • Initialization and modification of Oracle environment
  • Understanding call-outs from server and client end
  • Configuration of EM and SRVCTL to manage he services in an Oracle RAC
  • Using the load balance Advisory
  • FAN: Concepts, design and plan for implementation
  • Single-Node to Multi-node integration: design, plan, implement and test
  • Migrations: Design, Plan and Implement a live migration across nodes in a RAC
  • Patch management and Planning for the upgrades in an Enterprise RAC environment
  • Testing a live upgrade in a RAC environment

Module 3: Managing a RAC Cluster

  • Using the Cluster and Cluster DB pages
  • Startup and Shutdown of a RAC Database Cluster
  • Managing the cluster resources
  • Managing Oracle DB RAC Cluster instances
  • Managing the clusterware and Resources
  • Network connectivity and Storage management in a RAC solution
  • Modifying the services in a RAC environment: Client Applications, Resource Manager and performance
  • Adding a node to a RAC cluster
  • Removing a node from a RAC
  • Testing a planned failover of services
  • Recovering from an uplanned shutdown

Module 4: Monitoring and Performance tuning

  • Monitoring the events in a multi-node RAC solutions
  • Monitoring specific components in a RAC service
  • Diagnosing individual components in a RAC cluster and enhancing performance on-the-fly
  • System resources management across the RAC and tuning for a RAC solution
  • Diagnosing Global Cache wait events
  • Performance Tuning the RAC environment
  • understanding Workload distribution features

Module 5: Backups and Recovery in a RAC

  • Instance Recovery Configuration in a RAC
  • High Availability in a RAC
  • RMAN in RAC
  • Media Failures, recovery and backups
  • Understanding Fast Recovery Area
  • What is parallel recovery
  • Designing a backup solution with Netapp NFS solution on a Linux environment in a multi-node RAC


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