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Description

The Oracle RAC course designed by Tekslate is to make you an expert in working with RAC database administration. In this course, you’ll get to know the capabilities of Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), Managing disk groups, Oracle Grid Infrastructure environment, ASM and its cluster and scalability. Our curriculum is designed by industry experts based on real-time scenarios. You will get hands-on experience in Oracle RAC by working on various real-time applications.

Key Features

  • 30 hours of Instructor Led Oracle RAC Training
  • Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Practical Approach
  • 24/7 Support
  • Expert & Certified Trainers
  • Real World use cases and Scenarios
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Course Overview

By the end of the Oracle RAC training, you will be able to:

  • Install, configure and administer Oracle 12c Grid Infrastructure.

  • Learn about Oracle 12c RAC Databases and configuring & Administering Oracle ASM Storage.

  • Gain knowledge of Oracle RAC databases in real time.

  • Learn about Real Application Clusters in Oracle 11g.

  • Work on cluster databases and command-line utilities.

 

  • There is a huge requirement for skilled Oracle RAC experts around the globe.

  • Top multinational companies are hiring certified Oracle RAC professionals worldwide.

  • The average salary of a certified Oracle RAC professional is around $83.75 USD per annum.

  • IT professionals

  • Oracle Database administrators

  • Aspirants are willing to build their career in the administrative field.

The following are the prerequisites for learning Oracle RAC course:

  • General understanding of database administration

The following job roles will get benefited by taking up this course:

  • IT professionals

  • Oracle Database administrators

The tutor will take care of handling the projects. We will provide two real-time projects with a highly-skilled guide who can assist you throughout the project.

Course Curriculum

  • Oracle RAC Features

  • Oracle RAC Technology Hierarchy

  • Oracle RAC Capabilities

  • Oracle RAC Components

  • Tools for Installing, Configuring and Managing Oracle RAC

  • Cluster Overview

  • Grid Foundation Components and Architecture

  • Oracle Clusterware Components and RAC

  • Oracle Storage Subsystems

  • File Types used by a RAC Database

  • Methods used to Share Database Files across a Cluster

  • ASM Architecture

  • Create and Manage ASM Disk Groups

  • Create and Manage ASM Cluster Filesystems

  • An Overview of RAC Services

  • Network Configuration

  • Oracle RAC Pre-installation Tasks

  • Create Oracle Groups, User Accounts, and Directories

  • Validate and Prepare the Hardware and the Operating System

  • Network Configuration

  • Install the Oracle Grid Infrastructure

  • Cluster Verification Utility (CVU, CLUVFY)

  • Install Oracle Database Software and Create a Cluster Database

  • Verify the Installation

  • Post Installation Tasks

  • Configure Client Connections with Oracle Net Manager

  • Convert an Oracle Database to a RAC Database

  • Use the DBCA for Single Instance Conversion

  • Use rconfig for Single Instance Conversion

  • RAC Specific Background Processes

  • RAC Initialization Parameters

  • Manage Undo Tablespaces in a RAC Environment

  • Manage Redo Log Files and Groups in a RAC Environment

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cluster Database Pages

  • Start and Stop Oracle RAC Databases and Instances

  • Administer Database Storage

  • Transparent Data Encryption and Wallets in RAC

  • Manage CRS Commands

  • CRSCTL Commands to Stop, Start and Administer Clusterware

  • Backup and Recover Voting Disks

  • Add and Remove Voting Disks

  • The ocrcheck Utility

  • The ocrdump Command

  • Administer the Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)

  • Backup and Restore OCR

  • Troubleshoot the OCR with ocrcheck

  • ASM Initialization Parameters

  • Create an ASM Instance using ASMCA

  • Start and Stop an ASM Instance using srvctl

  • Start and Stop an ASM Instance using ASMCMD

  • Start and Stop an ASM Instance Containing Cluster Files

  • Start and Stop the ASM Listener

  • Create and Delete ASM Disk Groups

  • ASM Disk Group Attributes

  • ASM Disk Group Maintenance Tasks

  • Preferred Read Failure Groups

  • ASM Disk Statistics

  • ASM Dynamic Volume Manager
  • Manage ASM Volumes

  • Create an ASM Cluster File System (ACFS)

  • Manage an ACFS File System

  • ACFS Snapshots

  • Manage ACFS with Command Line Tools

  • RAC Management Commands

  • RAC Administration with SVRCTL

  • SVRCTL Cluster Database Configuration Tasks

  • SVRCTL Cluster Database Administration Tasks

  • Check the Current Configuration

  • SVRCTL Command Summary

  • Administer Databases and Instances

  • Administer Services and Node Applications

  • Bring a Cluster Database online and offline

  • Introduction to CRS

  • Cluster Services

  • Manage the Database Workload using Services

  • Create and Administer Services in a RAC Environment

  • Services and Client Applications

  • Manage Services with Enterprise Manager and from the Command Line

  • Configure Oracle Net to Support Services

  • Configure Service Level Thresholds

  • Configure Clients for Failover

  • RAC High Availability Framework

  • Failure Detection with Cluster Services

  • Oracle RAC and Hardware Failover

  • Connection Failover

  • Transparent Application Failover (TAF)

  • Server, Client And Runtime Load Balancing

  • Fast Application Notification (FAN)

  • Server and Client Side Oracle Notification Services

  • Configure a Fast Recovery Area for use with RAC

  • Tune Instance Recovery in RAC

  • Parallel Recovery in RAC

  • Initiate Archiving

  • Configure RMAN Backup and Recovery Settings

  • Backup a RAC Database using RMAN

  • Restore and Recover a RAC Database using RMAN

  • Display Backup Reports

  • Duplicate a RAC Database with RMAN

  • Standby Database in a RAC Configuration

  • Configure Data Guard for a RAC Environment

  • Possible Combinations of Instances in the RAC Primary and Standby Databases

  • Multi-Instance Primary with a Single Instance Standby

  • Set up a Primary in a RAC Environment

  • Set up a Single Instance Standby Database

  • Set up a Multiple Instance Primary and Cluster Standby

  • Configure RAC Primary and Standby Databases

  • Data Protection Modes

  • Role Transition Switchovers and Failovers

  • Switchover Failover in an Oracle RAC Configuration

  • Monitoring and Performance Guidelines

  • RAC Monitoring Tools

  • RAC Performance Recommendations

  • Analyze Performance Issues using OS Watcher and LTOM

  • Use the Automatic Workload Repository in RAC

  • Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor in RAC

  • Use Statspack with RAC

  • Global Cache Services (GCS) Monitoring

  • V$cache_transfer Views

  • Monitor the GES Processes

  • Monitor and Tune the RAC Cluster Environment using Enterprise Manage.

  • Prepare a New Node

  • Extend the Oracle Grid Infrastructure Home to the New Node

  • Extend the Oracle RAC Home Directory

  • Add the New Node to the Cluster

  • Create an Instance on the New Node

  • Delete an Instance from the Cluster Database

  • Remove a Node from the Cluster

  • Configure the EM Patch Interface

  • Obtain Patches

  • Apply Rolling Patches to a RAC System

  • Apply a Patchset with the opatch Utility

  • Apply a Patchset with OUI

FAQ's

  • Our trainers are well experienced professionals and certified in working with front-end development technologies.
  • We will record all the Live sessions you go through, and we will send the recording of the class you missed.
  • For practical execution, our trainer will provide server access to the student. 
  • All our training classes are live. This is to solve all the student queries directly with the trainer.
  • Live online training means, our trainer will be in online with you to solve your issues.
  • Pre-recorded training means, there will be no trainer available to solve your issues.
  • You can contact our Tekslate support team, or you can send an email to info@tekslate.com for your queries.
  • Yes, you can access the course material after completing course by the recorded training videos we shared with you during training.
  • To avail all discounts offered by Tekslate, you need to visit the website regularly. However, there will be a group discount for 2 or more participants.
  • Yes, you will get your refund by cancelling some administration fee from the course. But, you should cancel your enrolment within 48 hours of registration, and then the refund will be retained within 30 days of a request.

Certifications

Certification is a matter of demonstrating your skills and establishing your credibility. Having an Oracle RAC Certification proves that the candidate has a strong foundation and expertise in implementing asset management techniques using Oracle RAC, and also helps to land in a better job in your career.  After the course completion, you will be in a position to clear the certification exam conducted by Oracle with ease. We advise you to take up the following certification exam.

  • RAC and Grid Infrastructure Administrator Certification

Click here to get certified.