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    00: Oracle Data Guard Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction 4
    01: Backup Methods and Data Guard 22
    02: Flashback Database and Data Guard 21
    03: Demo: Implementing Flashback Database 19
    04: Backing up in a Data Guard Environment 24
    05: Demo: Backing up a Data Guard Database 21
    06: Data Guard and Failover 23
    07: Grid and Failover 23
    08: Data Guard and Switch Over 20
    09: Grid and Switch Over 21
    10: Define Fast Start Failover 21
    11: Failover Client 23
    12: Define a Snapshot Standby Database 22
    13: Oracle Active Data Guard 21
    14: Managing Data Guard Components 22
    15: Demo: Monitoring Data Guard Components 18
    16: Upgrading databases with Data Guard 22
    Course Survey
    Total: 5 hours 47 minutes

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    Description

    This Oracle online training course will explain how to backup an Oracle Data Guard environment. This training also discusses how to implement failover and switchover. Additionally, we will utilize data guard with flashback database technology as well as RMAN commands. This course uses Enterprise Manager 1g Grid Control (10.2.0.x) and Grid Release 10.2.0.2.1.

    In order to take this course you need to have taken Oracle Data Guard Part 1, Oracle 10g/11g Database Administration I Part 1 and Part 2 and Oracle 10g/11g Database Administration II Part 1 and Part 2 and have six months database administrator experience.

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    Prerequisites

    You need to have six months database administrator experience and have taken Oracle Data Guard Part 1 or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

    Objectives

    As a result of taking this Oracle course, you will be able to:
    • Implement Oracle Data Guard
    • Create a Physical and Logical Standby Database
    • Create Data Guard with Oracle Grid Control
    • Describe the Data Guard components

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    Prerequisites

    You need to have six months database administrator experience and have taken Oracle Data Guard Part 1 or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

    Oracle Data Guard Part 2 Outline

    Module 00: Oracle Data Guard Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction

    Module 01: Backup Methods and Data Guard

    • Flashback database and Data Guard
    • RMAN commands and Data Guard
    • SQL Commands and Data Guard
    • Quiz

    Module 02: Flashback Database and Data Guard

    • Using Flashback database instead of Apply Delay
    • Recover the database from a prior point in time
    • Use Real-time Apply
    • Quiz

    Module 03: Demo: Implementing Flashback Database

    Module 04: Backing up in a Data Guard Environment

    • Oracle Managed Backups
    • User Managed Backups
    • Recovery in a Data Guard Environment
    • Quiz

    Module 05: Demo: Backing up a Data Guard Database

    Module 06: Data Guard and Failover

    • Define Failover
    • Define Failover versus Switchover
    • Perform a manual Failover

    Module 07: Grid and Failover

    • Identify Failover needs
    • Perform a Failover using Grid

    Module 08: Data Guard and Switch Over

    • Define Switchover
    • Define Switchover versus Failover
    • Perform a manual Switchover

    Module 09: Grid and Switch Over

    • Identify Switchover requirements
    • Perform a Switchover using Grid

    Module 10: Define Fast Start Failover

    • Configure Fast Start Failover
    • Monitor Fast Start Failover
    • Re-instating the database
    • Quiz

    Module 11: Failover Client

    • Configure automatic failover for OCI Clients
    • Configure automatic failover for JDBC clients
    • Design database mirroring
    • Quiz

    Module 12: Define a Snapshot Standby Database

    • Convert a physical Standby Database to a Snapshot DB
    • Using a Snapshot Database
    • Monitoring the Snapshot Database

    Module 13: Oracle Active Data Guard

    • Define Oracle Active Data Guard
    • Implement Active Data Guard

    Module 14: Managing Data Guard Components

    • Data Guard Monitoring Tools
    • Using Grid and Data Guard
    • View Dynamic performance views

    Module 15: Demo: Monitoring Data Guard Components

    Module 16: Upgrading databases with Data Guard

    • Use SQL apply to upgrade
    • Use Physical Standby for rolling upgrades

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    Oracle Data Guard Part 2 online training is part of a two-part course series that will help prepare you for the Oracle Database 11g Administrator Certification. These courses map to Oracle’s Database 11g: Data Guard Administration course. In order to become certified Oracle requires that you take an Oracle instructor-led classroom course or instructor-led online class.

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