Ensuring Your Oracle RAC Databases Meet Your Business Objectives at Runtime

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/09/2015
5:00 pm UTC - 6:00 pm UTC

Recording
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYltalQUFyg
Live Event
https://plus.google.com/events/ceq51eeaeeubqd98l6a0ro7asgs
Presenter:
Mark Scardina, Oracle


Description

Over a decade ago Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) brought the required enterprise level scalability and availability functionality necessary to support Oracle databases in business critical applications. This session will introduce an Oracle RAC database classification framework that supports measuring and monitoring workloads aligned with business applications and their objectives and specified via policies to meet changing business criticality. Learn how to use this framework, enhanced in 12.1.0.2 and included in Oracle QoS Management as part of the Oracle RAC license, to classify your 11.2+ database workloads within or across applications, identify actual production runtime performance capability and bottlenecks, and understand and set realizable performance objectives. Learn how these can then be runtime monitored through an EM Cloud Control dashboard and if violated, alerted via EMCC notifications. This session will also cover, new in 12.1.0.2, database workload rankings that govern database startup order and LMS scheduling and how this can be managed through the same performance policies.

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