Introduction RAC Concepts RAC Architecture Hardware Virtualization Linux Installation and Configuration Grid Infrastructure Installation Clusterware Automatic Storage Management RDBMS Installation and Configuration Workload Management Oracle Performance Monitoring Linux Performance Monitoring Parallel Execution Upgrading to Oracle 11g Release 2
Über den Autor
Julian Dyke is an independent consultant specializing in Oracle Database technology. He has over 20 years of database experience, including more than 15 years as an Oracle database administrator, developer, and consultant. He is chair of the U.K. Oracle User Group Real Application Clusters Special Interest Group (UKOUG RAC SIG) and a member of the OakTable Network. He regularly presents at conferences, seminars, and usergroup meetings in the U.K., Europe, and the U.S. He also maintains www.juliandyke.com, which specializes in Oracle diagnostics, optimization, and internals. He is an Oracle Certified Professional and holds a bachelor of science degree in computation from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), U.K.
- RAC Concepts
- RAC Architecture
- Linux Installation and Configuration
- Grid Infrastructure Installation
- Automatic Storage Management
- RDBMS Installation and Configuration
- Workload Management
- Oracle Performance Monitoring
- Linux Performance Monitoring
- Parallel Execution
- Upgrading to Oracle 11g Release 2
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