Top Oracle Database 11g High Availability Best Practices that DBAs Need to Know

Oracle presentation, Bank of America presentation

References included in the presentations:

  1. Maximum Availability Architecture Best Practices - OTN Home Page
  2. Tutorial - Installing Grid Infrastructure
  3. My Oracle Support Note 1053147.1, Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Clusterware and Grid Home, What You Need to Know
  4. My Oracle Support Note 887522.1: Grid Infrastructure Single Client Access Name (SCAN) Explained
  5. Open World Session 317078, Extreme Consolidation with Oracle RAC One Node

  6. Administering Oracle RAC One Node

  7. Understanding Database Services

  8. MOS Note 951152.1, View X$LOGBUF_READHIST and In-Memory Log Buffer Hit Rate Histogram

  9. MOS Note 729551.1, Redo Transport Compression in a Data Guard Environment

  10. F5 BIG-IP WAN Optimization Module

  11. Open World Session 316927,Seamless Application Failover with Oracle Data Guard

  12. Automatic Client Failover in a Data Guard Configuration - Data Guard 11g Release 2

  13. Open World Session 316927,Seamless Application Failover with Oracle Data Guard

  14. Database Client Considerations, Data Guard Broker 11g Release 2
  15. Oracle Restart
  16. MOS Note 949322.1: Oracle11g Data Guard: Database Rolling Upgrade Shell Script
  17. MAA Best Practices: Upgrades Made Easy
  18. Open World Session 316924, Oracle Active Data Guard – What’s Really Under the Hood?

  19. Active Data Guard 11g Release 1 Best Practices
  20. RMAN Duplicate From Active Database
  21. Data Guard Snapshot Standby
  22. MAA Best Practices for Snapshots and Clones using Data Guard and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
  23. Open World Session 317513 Using Unified Storage to Optimize Business System Performance

  24. MAA Best Practices for Multiple Standby Databases in a Single Data Guard Configuration