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Data Guard 12.2 New Features Deep-Dive

On May 31, 2017, Posted by , In Data Guard, With Comments Off on Data Guard 12.2 New Features Deep-Dive

Oracle Database 12c Release 2, packs a multitude of new features for Data Guard with high availability, data protection, and disaster recovery. Through the new functionality shared in this paper, DBAs can provide better protection for mission critical production databases from human errors, data corruptions, failures, and disasters. With the new features in Oracle 12.2, […]

Oracle Arizona Oracle User Group – My Data Guard Presentation

On December 30, 2016, Posted by , In 12c New Features,Data Guard, By , With Comments Off on Oracle Arizona Oracle User Group – My Data Guard Presentation

I am happy to announce that I will be presenting Data Guard at the next Arizona Oracle User Group in Phoenix on January 26, 2017. At January’s AZORA meeting we’ll have a total of four presentations; two sessions running at the same time in different rooms. Bring a partner to make sure your organization does […]

Oracle Arizona Oracle User Group – My Data Guard Presentation

On December 30, 2016, Posted by , In 12c New Features,Data Guard, By , With Comments Off on Oracle Arizona Oracle User Group – My Data Guard Presentation

I am happy to announce that I will be presenting Data Guard at the next Arizona Oracle User Group in Phoenix on January 26, 2017. At January’s AZORA meeting we’ll have a total of four presentations; two sessions running at the same time in different rooms. Bring a partner to make sure your organization does […]

On the Second day of 12.2, my DBA gave to me…

On the Second Day of 12.2, my DBA gave to me… Data Guard New Features December 13, 2016 Multiple Observers Oracle added the functionality for up to three observers to monitor and support a single Oracle Data Guard Broker configuration. Each observer must be assigned a name. The name assigned…

Detect Transport and/or Apply Lag in Data Guard and Send Alerts

On November 14, 2016, Posted by , In Data Guard, With Comments Off on Detect Transport and/or Apply Lag in Data Guard and Send Alerts

Here’s a simple script that anyone can use to check for lags in Data Guard. Basically, there’s two kind of lags in Data Guard that we want to monitor. The first is the apply_lag which is the amount of time the standby database is lagging behind relative to the primary database due to application of […]

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