This lab uses a number of exercises that run on a live Oracle Database to introduce the user to advanced Active Data Guard functions. The lab exercises include:
Enabling Active Data Guard
Reading real-time data from an Active Data Guard Standby Database
Automatically managing potential apply lag using Active Data Guard query SLAs
Writing data when using an Active Data Guard standby.
Using schema redirection with Active Data Guard
Using Active Data Guard automatic block repair to detect and repair corrupt blocks on either the primary or standby, transparent to applications and users
The Hands-On Lab requires that you have a system with the version of the Oracle Database (11.2 or 12.1) installed on a system and that you have created a database called SFO from the seed databases and a physical standby created with the name of NYC. You can use any names you wish but the examples in the handout use SFO and NYC. For complete instructions please refer to the "Setup and Configuration" section in the handout at the link above.
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