NETAPP-ORACLE Implementing Oracle on NetApp Storage Systems (NETAPP-ORACLE)
Multi-Location ClassroomLearning Style
3 DaysCourse Duration
About this course:
This course provides instruction and hands-on practice to help you to learn how to implement an Oracle Database solution in a NetApp clustered Data ONTAP storage environment. In this class you practice discovering, planning, designing and provisioning an Oracle environment; install and configure an Oracle server; create an Oracle database; and use NetApp data management solutions to backup and restore your Oracle database.
The average salary for NetApp Storage Administrator is $128,000 per year.
- Describe key customer problems attending Oracle solutions and the advantages of implementing Oracle solutions on NetApp technology to solve these problems
- Describe key architecture decisions for planning the deployment of Oracle on NetApp Storage systems operating in 7-Mode or Cluster-Mode
- Set up NetApp storage systems for Oracle databases
- Install, configure and set up Oracle servers and Oracle databases on NetApp storage systems
- Use NetApp technology for backing up, recovering, and cloning of Oracle databases
- Anyone familiar with Oracle database servers and NetApp storage systems is considered a typical student of this course.
- Familiar with Data ONTAP 7-Mode administration
- Familiar with Data ONTAP Cluster Mode Administration
Virtual Instructed-Led Outline
Module 1: Implementing Oracle on NetApp Storage Systems Overview
- Describe components of Oracle databases
- Describe key issues that are often experienced with Oracle deployments
- Describe the advantages of implementing Oracle solutions on NetApp technology
Module 2: Designing and Planning an Oracle Implementation
- Describe key design considerations for an Oracle deployment on NetApp storage systems
- Create the storage design to implement Oracle databases on NetApp storage systems
Module 3: Setting Up NetApp Storage Systems of Oracle Databases
- Configure clustered Data ONTAP network interface groups, logical interfaces (LIFs), and interface failover
- Configure clustered Data ONTAP virtual storage servers (Vservers)
- Provision storage for a Vserver
- Access a Data ONTAP cluster
- Configure export policies
- Implement and validate a storage design on the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
Module 4: Installing an Oracle Server and Oracle Databases
- Describe requirements and prerequisites for installing an Oracle server and databases
- Install an Oracle database
Module 5: Oracle dNFS and NetApp Storage
- Enable direct NFS (dNFS) for an Oracle database
- Explain what dNFS is and how it differs from kernel Network File Systems (kNFS)
- List the database objects that show you the dNFS database traffic
- Configure multiple paths for dNFS
Module 6: Using Oracle ASM with NetApp Storage
- Define Automatic Storage Management (ASM) for an Oracle database on NetApp storage
- Define the Oracle ASM Library (ASMLib)
- Describe how to install and configure ASM and ASMLib to provision and configure storage and LUNs
- Create an ASM database
- Use ASM to create an application database
Module 7: Backup and Recovery Methods for Oracle
- Describe specific storage design requirements for the backup and recovery of Oracle databases
- Back up and recover an Oracle database by using SnapManager for Oracle (SMO)
- Back up and recover an Oracle database by using Snap Creator Framework
Module 8: Cloning Oracle Databases
- Describe use cases for cloning Oracle databases
- Identify the components that are needed for a clone creation
- Identify which objects to clone
- Use NetApp SnapManager for Oracle (SMO) to clone an Oracle database
Module 9: Disaster Recovery for Oracle Databases
- Describe disaster recovery plans and issues for Oracle databases
- Describe NetApp SnapMirror technology for Oracle databases
- Describe a SnapMirror disaster recovery scenario
- Implement recovery options
- Leverage Oracle Data Guard when implementing Oracle on NetApp storage
Lab 1-1 Use login credentials for the Linux host
Lab 1-2 Verify the necessary file systems
Lab 1-3 Verify that initial databases are available
Lab 1-4 Identify NetApp cluster components
Lab 2-1 Identify the components of the Oracle database
Lab 2-2 Describe the use case that is associated with the storage design
Lab 3-1 Log in to cluster1_01 VSIM
Lab 3-2 Create a Vserver
Lab 3-3 Modify the Vserver to enable the NFS protocol, assign the default aggregates and add the appropriate
Lab 3-4 Add the appropriate LIFS for your Vserver
Lab 3-5 Define the export policy for the Vserver
Lab 3-6 Modify the Vserver vsadmin user
Lab 3-7 Provision storage on the Vserver for the Oracle database server
Lab 4-1 Validate and prepare parameters for the Linux host
Lab 4-2 Validate and prepare parameters for the Data ONTAP host
Lab 4-3 Define the file systems for the Oracle database
Lab 4-4 Create an Oracle database
Lab 5-1 Enable dNFS for an Oracle database
Lab 5-2 Verify that the database is using dNFS
Lab 5-3 Disable dNFS for a database (optional)
Lab 6-1 Create a Vserver
Lab 6-2 Modify the Vserver to enable iSCSI protocol, assign the default aggregates and add the appropriate
Lab 6-3 Add the appropriate LIFs for your Vserver
Lab 6-4 Create groups, create users, and modify the Vserver vsadmin user
Lab 6-5 Start the iSCSI service for this Vserver
Lab 6-6 Provision storage for the database
Lab 6-7 Configure and validate iSCSI service on the Linux host
Lab 6-8 Prepare the Linux host for Device Mapper and discovery of LUNs
Lab 6-9 Start the Oracle Grid Infrastructure
Lab 6-10 Prepare the LUNs on the Linux host for use by ASM
Lab 6-11 Create ASM disk groups with iSCSI LUNs
Lab 6-12 Create the oraiscsi database through DBCA
Lab 6-13 Move the clustered Data ONTAP operating system and LUNs
Lab 7-1 Start the grid infrastructure
Lab 7-2 Install SnapDrive for UNIX
Lab 7-3 Install and configure SMO
Lab 7-4 Configure a SMO repository
Lab 7-5 Create an SMO profile for oraclass
Lab7-6 Create an SMO backup for oraclass
Lab 7-7 Restore an Oracle database
Lab 7-8 Install Snap Creator Framework for Oracle database servers
Lab 7-9 Set up the Snap Creator configuration file to back up your database
Lab 7-10 Restore the Oracle database using Snap Creator Framework
Lab 8-1 Create a SMO profile for oraclass
Lab 8-2 Delete a clone
Lab 8-3 Define the Snap Creator configuration for a clone workflow
Lab 8-4 Prepare a host for the new cloned database
Lab 8-5 Configure the Oracle database using Snap Creator Framework
|Learning Style||Multi-Location Classroom|
|Course Duration||3 Days|
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