Oracle Database 11g: Configure, Manage, and Use Services in RAC
Database administrators, consultants, and IT professionals who are personally interested in updating their Oracle skills.
Before taking this course, it is recommended that the student have a general understanding of database administration, as well as the skills and knowledge commensurate with Oracles Database 11g: Administration Workshop I and Workshop II, or equivalent experience.
A service is a grouping of related tasks within a database with common functionality, quality expectations, and priority relative to other services. It provides a single-system image for managing competing applications running within a single instance and across multiple instances and databases. Using standard interfaces, such as the Database Configuration Assistant, Enterprise Manager, and SRVCTL, services can be configured, administered, enabled, disabled, and measured as a single entity.
This course provides an introduction to services and discusses how to configure, modify, and use services in a RAC environment. It explains how to use services with client applications, Resource Manager, and the Scheduler, and explores service aggregation and tracing. This course also demonstrates how to create and relocate a service, as well as how to set alert thresholds for a service.
Creating and Using Services in RAC
- identify the role of services in a RAC environment
- recognize how to use distributed transactions with RAC
- recognize how to create and modify services in a RAC environment
- recognize how to use services with RAC client applications, Resource Manager, and the Scheduler
- recognize how to set alert thresholds for a RAC service
Managing Services in RAC
- recognize the function of service aggregation and tracing in a RAC environment
- recognize how to use Enterprise Manager and SRVCTL to manage services in a RAC environment
- create and manage services in RAC