Oracle Active Data Guard 12c Best Practices

 

Data Guard and Active Data Guard 12c
 Oracle Active Data Guard Far Sync - Zero Data Loss at Any Distance
 Disaster Recovery to the Oracle Public Cloud - Production on Premises, DR in the Cloud
 DR for Oracle Database: Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance, Active Data Guard and GoldenGate - An Overview
 Deploying Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance in a Data Guard Configuration
 Monitoring Best Practices for Data Guard / Active Data Guard using the Broker or SQL Command Line, My Oracle Support Note 2064281.1
 Role Transition Best Practices: Data Guard and Active Data Guard
 Client Failover Best Practices for Highly Available Oracle Databases
 Best Practices for Data Guard and Active Data Guard Redo Apply Performance
 Best Practices for Corruption Detection, Prevention, and Automatic Repair - in a Data Guard Configuration, My Oracle Support Note 1302539.1)
 My Oracle Support Note 2064368.1 - Oracle Tool for Assessing Network Performance for Redo Transport
 Best Practices for Synchronous Redo Transport - Data Guard and Active Data Guard
 Best Practices for Automatic Resolution of Outages to Resume Data Guard Zero Data Loss Protection
 Best Practices for Asynchronous Redo Transport - Data Guard and Active Data Guard
 Creating a Data Guard 12c Standby using RMAN Duplicate (RAC or Non-RAC), My Oracle Support Note 1617946.1
 Transparent Role Transitions with Oracle Data Guard and Oracle GoldenGate
 Best Practices for Configuring Redo Transport (Redo Routes) for Data Guard and Active Data Guard
 Converting to Transparent Data Encryption Using Active Data Guard 12c (DBMS_ROLLING)