Join David Yahalom for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to know, part of Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery.
- [Instructor] In order to get the most out of the hands on demos in this course, you should have prior Oracle Database administration experience preferably with an Oracle tool of C or 11g database. If you don't have prior Oracle experience, I would strongly suggest first taking a look at my Oracle 12c fundamentals course as well as my Oracle 12c New Features Course which are both available in the library. For the hand on exercises, you will need access to an Oracle 12c database you can use for backup and recovery purposes, meaning a development database you can pretty much destroy and recreate throughout this course.
During the hands on exercises which make up for the bulk of the course runtime, I'll be using the Oracle demo developer VM which you can freely download from Oracle dot com. If you choose to use this VM, you will need VirtualBox installed on your computer so that you can open and start the Oracle demo developer virtual machine.
- Complete vs. incomplete recovery
- Point-in-time recovery
- Failure categories
- Preparing the virtual machine
- Performing user-managed backups
- Restoring from manual backups
- Performing full and incremental backups with RMAN
- Recovering a PDB and CDB
- Exporting and importing data with Oracle Data Pump
- Performing logical backups with Data Pump
- Using Flashback Query, Table, and Database
- Creating restore points
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Backup and Recovery Core Concepts
2. Failure Categories and Backup Types
3. Preparing the Course VM
4. User-Managed Backups
5. Recovery Manager (RMAN)
6. Oracle Data Pump
7. Oracle Flashback
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