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Calling all High Rollers: Hit the Oracle PacktPot!

Calling all High Rollers: Hit the Oracle PacktPot!

Packt Publishing prepares for COLLABORATE 12 with discounts on Oracle titles all month

As a leading publisher of Oracle books/eBooks, Packt Publishing is inviting their readers to celebrate the upcoming COLLABORATE 12 conference being held in Las Vegas from 22nd-26th April.

The COLLABORATE 12 conference covers a wide array of topics across all Oracle technologies and applications, including everything from OBIEE and Siebel, to Hyperion and E-Business Suite R12. Over 6,000 attendees are expected in Las Vegas this April for an exciting week of sessions and networking, and Packt’s offer will help any Oracle professionals make the most of the conference, whether they’re attending or just taking an interest from afar.

Packt is offering a range of exciting discounts on their 60+ titles across all areas of Oracle technology including Applications, Database and Fusion Middleware:

  • 20% off all Oracle print books
  • 30% off all Oracle eBooks
  • 10% off Oracle PacktLib subscriptions

To lend a helping hand to those in attendance or professionals who are simply excited about the buzz that the glamorous Las Vegas event will bring, Packt’s discounts apply to all of their Oracle titles and formats.

For further information on Packt’s “Oracle PacktPot” offers in March, visit: Hit the Oracle packtpot 2012

Recent Oracle publications include:

Upcoming titles due in 2012:

  • Oracle E-Business Suite Financials R12: A      Functionality Guide
  • Oracle Database 11g: Data Warehousing and      Business Intelligence Solutions Cookbook
  • Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook

Throughout 2012, Packt will continue to build-upon the success of their vast number of Oracle titles venturing further into not only books on even more topics, but also exciting new formats and series’ like Cheat Sheets and Video.

Book Review : Oracle database 11gr2 performance tuning cookbook

I have recently received a cookbook about Oracle 11gr2  performance tuing cookbook for book review.

The title of this book have a big sound for who ready to prepare about  oracle performance tuing .Yes this is the cookbook focus only for Beginneer level and also get a  good idea for experience guys when you have a performance issues and diagonse the issues immediately.

Someone thinking ,i don’t know where I can start to read about Oracle performace tuning. At this situation,  i hope this is the one of the  guide helps you to start the beginning level and get a good idea about troubleshooting the performance issues and also you can able to know more stuff about performance. Here the author explained through this book when  the performance issues will happen  and how do we fix this issues and also How we can  proactively written the sql code and developing the applications .This guide helps with the lot of examples, step by step and it has include many screenshot also.

I hope you may get a good stuff about performance tuning after you read this book. you will quickly learn to apply the right methodology to tune the performance of an Oracle Database, and to optimize application design and SQL and PL/SQL code. By following the real-world examples you will see how to store your data in correct structures and access and manipulate them at a lightning speed. You will learn to speed up sort operations, hack the optimizer and the data loading process, and diagnose and tune memory, I/O, and contention issues.

I mentioned this book written by  Ciro Fiorillo.

What you will learn from this book

  • Design applications that run at lightning speed
  • Implement fast and scalable SQL and PL/SQL code
  • Choose the correct structures to store the data and access them
  • Optimize sort operations, such as order-by, Top-N queries, ranking, and set operators
  • Help the optimizer to choose the right access plan to retrieve data at the best available speed
  • Load data in the database at a faster speed by using the correct tools and options
  • Tune the database memory to obtain maximum performance using available resources
  • Tune the I/O operations, by designing a database over the I/O system
  • Tune and reduce contention issues on data and structures by using an optimal design

Table of contents

You can download sampe chapter from here

This book has including 11 chapters.

What this book covers

Chapter 1, Starting with Performance Tuning will show how to set up the example database, how to adopt a performance tuning process that can help in solving performance problems, and how to collect and analyze data from Oracle Database using various methods.

Chapter 2, Optimizing Application Design presents the most common application design issues that prevent an application from running without performance issues. You will see how to improve database performance by sharing reusable code and by reducing the number of requests to the database by using various database objects.

Chapter 3, Optimizing Storage Structures will show how to optimize the use of different database storage structures, presenting the optimal use for tables, clusters, indexes, and partitioning. You will see how to choose the appropriate structure to improve access time to your data, also analyzing the possible drawbacks in the operations that modify the data.

Chapter 4, Optimizing SQL Code is focused on SQL code optimization. Throughout the chapter you will find many methods to diagnose and solve typical performance problems caused by poorly written SQL code. You will find answers on how (and when) to avoid full table scans, how to use indexes, bulk operations and arrays, join and subquery optimization. You will also see how to trace SQL activity to diagnose problems.

Chapter 5, Optimizing Sort Operations will show the importance of optimizing sort operations to achieve better performance even when you don’t see any explicit sort operations in your SQL code. In this chapter, we will see the difference between in-memory and on-disk sort, how an index can improve the performance by reducing or avoiding sort operations, how to perform top-n queries, and how to use aggregate functions, and the use of set operations

Chapter 6, Optimizing PL/SQL Code will show how to optimize PL/SQL code in stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions. You will see the advantages of using bulkcollect and array processing, native compilation and function result cache.

Chapter 7, Improving the Oracle Optimizer is focused on how to help the Oracle Optimizer in choosing the best execution plan using various tools, tricks, and tips, to obtain better performance. You will see the use of hints, statistics, histograms, stored outlines, adaptive cursor sharing, SQL tuning sets, and SQL baselines.

Chapter 8, Other Optimizations will show how to use Client Side Result Cache, parallel SQL, CREATE TABLE AS SELECT, and direct path inserting to optimize performance in both queries and DML operations. You will also see how to use SQL*Loader and Data Pump to load data into your Oracle Database.

Chapter 9, Tuning Memory will show how to avoid different memory-related issues, starting with Operating System paging. You will learn how to properly configure the library cache, the shared pool, the Program Global Area (PGA), the User Global Area (UGA), and the database buffer cache.

Chapter 10, Tuning I/O will focus on how to optimize the I/O, learning how to distribute Oracle files and stripe objects on different disks, what RAID level is better for each type of database files. The use of asynchronous I/O, checkpoint and redo logs tuning are also discussed in this chapter.

Chapter 11, Tuning Contention will show how to prevent, detect, and tune contention-related issues. You will see both lock and latch contention, why they occur, and how to prevent and solve any issue related to concurrency and contention in your database.

In Appendix A, Dynamic Performance Views you will find a list of the most used dynamic performance views; for each view you will find a brief description and a list of the most useful fields of the view, to be used as a reference in your daily work.

In Appendix B, A Summary of Oracle Packages Used for Performance Tuning you will find a brief summary of Oracle supplied packages useful in order to solve performance-related problems.

who this book for

This book is aimed at software developers, software and data architects, and DBAs who are beginning to use the Oracle Database, and want to solve performance problems faster and in a rigorous way.

If you are an architect who wants to design fast performing applications, a DBA who is keen to dig into the causes of performance issues, or a developer who wants to learn why and where the application is running slowly this book will provide a good start for your career in performance tuning.

Oracle Information Integration, Migration, and Consolidation book review

I have recently received Oracle information integration,migration and consolidation book from packt pub for book review.

Such a interesting book for who has ready to migrate your data or integrate data to Other applications. this book helps and  give more tips for you how do you integrate your data or migrate data which utility do you want use and also how do you prepare your task with perfect plan. Here this book covers how do we use more tools for completing  such a big task.

The book covers data migration, data consolidation, and data integration, the three scenarios that are typically part of the information integration life cycle. Organizations typically find themselves migrating data to Oracle and either later, or at the same time, consolidating multiple database instances into a single global instance for a department, or even an entire company. The business savings and technical benefits of data consolidation cannot be overlooked, and this book will help you to use Oracle’s technology to achieve these goals.

This highly practical and business-applicable book will teach you to be successful with the latest Oracle data and application integration, migration, information life-cycle management, and consolidation products and technologies.

In this book, you will gain hands-on advice about data consolidation, integration, and migration using tools and best practices. Along the way you will leverage products like Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle GoldenGate, and SQL Developer, as well as Data Hubs and 11gR2 Database.

The book covers everything from the early background of information integration and the impact of SOA, to products like Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Data Integrator. By the end you’ll have a clear idea of where information and application integration is headed and how to plan your own projects.

I mentioned this book “Oracle information integration,migration and consolidation” written by Jason Williamson with contributing authors Tom Laszewski and Prakash Nauduri.

What you will learn from this book :

  • Get to grips with all that Oracle has to offer for information integration, migration, consolidation, and information life cycle management
  • Gain insight into migration tools and practices that are not well documented or understood even by many Oracle architects
  • Take a deep dive into how information integration and data migration are achieved in a complete and robust Oracle environment
  • Evaluate which Oracle products to implement to meet your company’s unique technical requirements
  • Migrate data to Oracle in the most cost-effective, high performance and efficient manner
  • Learn from real-world case studies to help you define your own information and application integration solutions
  • Understand how Oracle’s latest combined hardware and software platforms can be used not only to consolidate data, but as an information service bus solution ‘in a box’
  • Tackle a myriad of tools like Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle Golden Gate, and many more
  • Absorb the facts surrounding Oracle’s strategic offering, Application Integration Architecture (AIA)
  • Understand the past, present, and future of Oracle Application Integration
  • Utilize an Oracle and a partner’s product offerings to manage your large volumes of rarely accessed, but mission-critical information
  • Master an Oracle Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) application.
This book has including contains 9 chapters,
Sample Chapter
Table of contents
  • Chapter 1, Getting Started With Information Integration, we present the overview of the information integration, data migration, and consolidation topic. You will learn the key concepts and build the foundations for the hands-on application of these concepts for your organization’s needs in the remainder of the book.
  • Chapter 2, Oracle Tools and Products, covers all the key Oracle products, tools, and technologies for you to consider when planning to implement integration, consolidation, and migration projects. The Oracle products, tools, and technologies are discussed separately and also compared and contrasted to provide you with the information needed to decide the product or products for your unique use cases.
  • Chapter 3, Application and Data Integration Case Study, provides the readers with the experience of a real world end-to-end application and process integration. In this chapter, we will look at the products and tools used, and even the work plan and design documents that were used. This is an excellent blueprint for your current or future projects.
  • Chapter 4, Oracle Database Migrations is a hands-on guide on how to migrate non-Oracle relational database sources to the Oracle Database. Oracle SQL Developer, a relational database modeling and migration tool, is covered in detail along with Oracle Data Integrator and GoldenGate.
  • Chapter 5, Database Migration Challenges and Solutions, covers database migration challenges and solutions. Schema and data migration are covered, along with specific issues like globalization. Some customer migration case studies are also covered.
  • Chapter 6, Data Consolidation and Management, investigates the key concepts and infrastructure needed for producing a consolidated view of data for the whole organization. We will look at Oracle Data Hub, Coherence, TimesTen products and Oracle Exadata, a database machine which is a consolidated software, hardware, and storage solution for your consolidation efforts.
  • Chapter 7, Database-centric Data Integration, focuses on the data-centric integration and data interchange between different databases either in near real-time, on-demand in the context of active transaction or bulk data merges between source and target databases. Oracle GoldenGate, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle Gateways are all covered in detail. We look at a case study for and their usage of Oracle Golden Gate and Oracle Data Integrator for highly available and integrated solutions.
  • Chapter 8, Application and Process Integration examines Oracle SOA Suite integration products like Oracle BPEL, Oracle Service Bus, Oracle SOA Adapters, and Oracle Application Integration Architecture. At the end of the chapter, you will have a clear understanding of what Oracle products to use for each specific application integration project you have.
  • Chapter 9, Information Lifecycle Management for Transactional Applications is the final installment of data integration. In this chapter we look at how to manage the entire lifecycle of data. We will look at Oracle ILM and how to manage and archive non-Oracle data sources.

Who this book for

If you are a DBA, application or data architect, or data integration specialist who is running an Oracle database or middleware and you want to learn about the latest on Oracle’s information integration platform, then this book is for you.

You can also benefit from this book if you are an application developer or technical and project lead with a focus on master data management, data warehousing, and data consolidation.

You should have working experience with Oracle Database, data integration, consolidation, and migration, as well as some familiarity with integration middleware products and information service buses.

Book Review : Programming Android

Recently I have received Programming Android  book from oreilly publications for book review. I have interest to review this books because of this is the word now a days very popular across this world. What is Android? Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Features :

  • Application framework enabling reuse and replacement of components
  • Dalvik virtual machine optimized for mobile devices
  • Integrated browser based on the open source WebKit engine
  • Optimized graphics powered by a custom 2D graphics library; 3D graphics based on the OpenGL ES 1.0 specification (hardware acceleration optional)
  • SQLite for structured data storage
  • Media support for common audio, video, and still image formats (MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, GIF)
  • GSM Telephony (hardware dependent)
  • Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G, and WiFi (hardware dependent)
  • Camera, GPS, compass, and accelerometer (hardware dependent)
  • Rich development environment including a device emulator, tools for debugging, memory and performance profiling, and a plugin for the Eclipse IDE.
Why this book need for you?
This is the book guideline and explain about what is android? how do we use this product? and also Are you developer? If you want to know programming about Andorid , I am sure this is the book right choice for you. Here this book guide you , where you can start from ? and how do we install SDK? and also learn android programming
Android Developer Download

I mentioned this book written by Zigurd Mednieks,Laird Dornin,Blake Meike,Mausmi Nakamura.
This is the book having contents of  18 chapters.

Chapter 1 Your Toolkit
Chapter 2 Java for Android
Chapter 3 The Ingredients of an Android Application
Chapter 4 Getting Your Application into Users’ Hands
Chapter 5 Eclipse for Android Software Development
Chapter 6 Effective Java for Android
Chapter 7 Building a View
Chapter 8 Fragments and Multiplatform Support
Chapter 9 Drawing 2D and 3D Graphics
Chapter 10 Handling and Persisting Data
Chapter 11 A Framework for a Well-Behaved Application
Chapter 12 Using Content Providers
Chapter 13 Exploring Content Providers
Chapter 14 Multimedia
Chapter 15 Location and Mapping
Chapter 16 Sensors, NFC, Speech, Gestures, and Accessibility
Chapter 17 Communication, Identity, Sync, and Social Media
Chapter 18 The Android Native Development Kit (NDK)

What do you learn from this book?

What does it take to build well-engineered Android applications? Explore Android’s core building blocks and APIs in depth with this authoritative guide, and learn how to create compelling apps that work on a full range of Android devices. You’ll work with proven approaches to app design and implementation—including application frameworks that you can use as a starting point for your own projects. Delve into sensors, native development, 3D graphics, and many other topics, and discover how to build apps on the platform of your choice. If you’re an intermediate to advanced programmer, you’ll learn how to make great Android apps.

  • Learn how to use the Android SDK with the Eclipse IDE
  • Apply advanced Java concepts regardless of your experience with the language
  • Create an Android user interface that’s captivating and easy to navigate
  • Use the Fragment API for tablet user interfaces
  • Make your application compatible with Honeycomb and earlier versions
  • Understand Android’s unique database design issues and the role of SQLite
  • Use sensors and gestures to expand your app’s input beyond just tapping and scrolling
  • Explore Android APIs for multimedia, location, communication, NFC, and other applications

I recommend this book for who willing to learn programming about android, this book will helpful for you.

Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Essentials Book

Before I start my review  writing about  this book, First I convey my big thank and congratz for Mr.Syed Jaffer Hussian , He is the co-author of this book. I am really proud of him as his student and friend. My best wishes for him successful life forever.

Now a days, “RAC” this is the word pronouncing continuously by among the DBA guys and Technical Experts.

Everybody thinking what is RAC? Is this word is very difficult for us? I mean Is this environment is difficult for working?.Yes may be But not at all If you know the RAC High Availability  environment. I am sure You may love this environment If you have a knowledge about it .

As a Standalone  database administrator, they may  know about only about database concepts.but RAC environment DBA must want to knows about Database Administration, Network Structures, Storage, Virtual Environment etc. The RAC DBA must have a wide knowledge among this environmet.

Here this is the book explained about How do we deploy RAC installation and how do we choose our storage and how do we convert standalone to HA and more useful information available.

It has lot of screenshots helps for your understanding how do we deploy clusterware  installation and two node RAC installation and also how do you choose your storage redundancy while you’re installing.

many dba are thinking how do we manage ASM disks, i hope this book should be broken your thoughts. this book guide easily for you.

Additionally this book will guide you ,how can we take the RMAN backup for RAC environment.

and also you may think about Disaster Recovery i.e Dataguard delpoy enviornment ,here its there.

RAC installation techniques for EBS. This topic may be helps for apps dba guys.

and more steps available with helps of screens hots like clusterware upgrade, Convert standalone server to RAC server.

many many many questions if you have mind about RAC , I am sure this is the book will helpful for you and clear your doubts.

I mentioned this book ” Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Essentials” written by Ben Prunsinki & Syed Jaffer Hussain.

Both Authors having good experience with Oracle RAC Database environment .more detail about them , you can reach them below blogs

Syed Jaffer Hussian — Blogs

Ben Prusinski — Blogs

Oracle Real Application Clusters, or Oracle RAC for short (formerly known as Oracle Parallel Server), is a clustering technology that provides the ability to scale performance and improve server availability for Oracle data center environments. Oracle RAC not only serves as a part of the Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) for disaster recovery purposes, but it’s also used for other purposes such as scaling up and out for performance by adding additional nodes to an Oracle data center environment.

HA means High availability is a discipline within database technology that provides a solution to protect against data loss and against downtime, which is costly to mission-critical database systems.

This book has including contains 12 chapters

Sample Chapter

Table of Contents

What do you learn from this book.

  • Learn how to administer, implement, and manage Oracle 11g RAC environments for real world deployments
  • Discover the key architectural design and installation techniques required to successfully deploy Oracle 11g RAC
  • Effectively manage the complex 11g Clusterware, using key troubleshooting tips and techniques
  • Successfully implement database creation methods, manage the Oracle RAC database and handle workload in your RAC environment efficiently
  • Appropriately plan your backup and recovery strategy
  • Know when and how to upgrade your Oracle RAC environment effectively
  • Discover how to deploy Oracle 11g RAC with complex standard-off-the-shelf systems like Oracle EBS
  • Understand new key features for Oracle 11g R1/R2 RAC and ASM.
Don’t miss out to read “Appendix” of this book. Here most useful information available for your improve practical knowledge.
Audience of this book
If you are an Oracle DBA who wants to administer Real Application Clusters, then this book is for you. Basic understanding of Oracle DBA is required. No experience of Oracle RAC is required.
I’m highly recommend  this book for DBA guys, why you are waiting ,buy it from here and spread your knowledge..:-)

Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11gR1,:Business Service Management Book

What do you think about Grid control ?

How do grid control useful for your organization business sector?. Answer.Yes I hope this is the right book for yours guidance.

Recently I have received this book comes from packt publications for book review.

You must know about Enterprise manager basic knowledge about installation before you read this book because this book not guide you step by step Enterprise manager installation. This book main focus is How do we manage a  organization business service management in Enterprise manager and How easy for.

And also you need IE or Mozilla browser and SLM License Enabled.

What is Oracle Enterprise manager grid control in Business Service management?
Oracle Enterprise Manager that’s used to model and manage the entire Oracle Grid and beyond. It has capabilities to manage a number of databases and application servers, and can manage multiple instances of Oracle deployment platforms.

Business Service Management (BSM) is a methodology for monitoring and measuring Information Technology (IT) services from a business perspective. The Business Service Management capabilities of Oracle Enterprise Manager are available only in the Grid Control flavor.

I mentioned this book is written by Ashwin Kumar Karkala & Govinda Raj Sambamurthy. Both are having a good experience with Grid control management relevant field.

If you want to read sample chapters about this book. you can from here.

This book has contains including  10 chapters.

Table of Contents

What you will learn from this book :

  • Discover Modeling as a panacea for managing complexity in today’s data centers
  • Gain an insight into various monitoring techniques like active and passive monitoring
  • Get to grips with salient management features of Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g that every system administrator must know
  • Manage the IT Infrastructure passively through Systems and Groups Targets-based modeling
  • Understand Active monitoring techniques and execute synthetic transactions using Beacons and Service Tests
  • Model business services using different types of Service Targets
  • Define the availability of your business services and infrastructure
  • Perform a measurement of your business services using KPIs
  • Deliver real-time monitoring using dashboards, reports, and widgets
  • Define, monitor, and manage Service-Level Agreements
  • Model complex business services using Aggregate Service Targets
  • Use out-of-the-box system-service models for Oracle products
  • Understand best practices for modeling and monitoring services in your data centers
Audience of this book,
If you are a System Administrator or Application Administrator who is responsible for Business Service Management (BSM) using Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11g R1, then this book is for you. You need basic knowledge of Middleware/Application Servers, Business Service Management, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control.

Oracle ADF Enterprise application development made simple Book

Oracle ADF — Application Development Framework is an end-to-end Java EE framework that simplifies application development by providing out of the box infrastructure services and a visual and declarative development experience.

What is Enterprise Application — Enterprise applications are the strategic applications in the enterprise. They will handle critical business functions and tend to be big and complex. In the past, it was acceptable that users had to take training classes before they were able to use the application, but today, enterprise applications are also required to be user-friendly and intuitive. As they are deployed throughout the organization, they will need sophisticated security features. And because of the cost of developing and implementing enterprise applications, they will remain in use for a long time.

I mentioned a book titled “Oracle ADF  Enterprise application development made simple” written by Sten E.Vesterli. He is an Oracle ACE Director and He is the 2010 recipient of the prestigious ODTUG Best Speaker award and also regular speaker of Oracle Openworld.

This book having contains 11 chapters. This is the book very useful for developers & web developers  who wish to learn how to develop modern, user-friendly web applications in an Oracle environment and also you can learn how do you use jdeveloper and ADF.

This is the book guiding you very user friendly with lot of screen shots and also having steps to develop Oracle ADF enterprise Application. If you’re a DBA or others, you can learn if you’re willing because of this is the book clearly explain the concepts about ADF without confused.but you need to know basic develop knowledge includes like java.I suggest you this book for Developers.

What you will learn from this book:

  • Develop an ADF application quickly using database tables together with common ADF user interface components and data visualization components
  • Estimate the effort required to build an ADF enterprise application
  • Organize the development team, choose support tools, and write development guidelines to ensure a uniform development approach
  • Set up the necessary infrastructure and configure a development workstation
  • Develop necessary templates and framework classes to allow productive and flexible development
  • Build a complete application using all the enterprise support tools
  • Test your ADF enterprise application at the component, integration, and system levels
  • Use skinning to change the look of the application to correspond to the enterprise’s visual identity
  • Customize the application to meet the needs and expectations of different users
  • Secure the enterprise application and assign roles for specific functionality.

Virtualization: A Manager’s Guide

Do you have plan to implement Virtualization Technologies on your organization?. If yes, This book should be guide you How do you choose your virtualization with higher levels of performance, scalabiltiy, reliability/availability, agility, or to create a unified security and management domain.

I mention book Virtualization: A Manager’s Guide by Dan Kusnetzky , I hopefully this guide should be focusing audience only for IT managers, at mean while this guide also usefull for who want to know more about  Virtualization techniques.

This book has contain 10 chapters.

    1. A Model of Virtualization
  • Access Virtualization
  • Application Virtualization
  • Processing Virtualization
  • Network Virtualization
  • Storage Virtualization
  • Security for Virtual Environments
  • Management for Virtual Environments
  • Using Virtualization
  • Summary

what do you learn from this book?.

What is Virtualization techniques?. Here this guide basically explained for the above virtualization techniques based on Kusnetzky Group model of virtualization architecture is an example.This guide helps to know clearly overviewed about What is Access virtualization, Application virtualization, processing virtualization, Network virtualization, Storage virtualization ? and also clearly explained on each virtualzation techniques process through architecture diagram and also includes how do you secure your data throughvirtualization. This guide may get a idea for you how do you plan to implementvirtualization? but If you’re looking steps for implementation virtualization, not from here.

Author Details:  Daniel Kusnetzky , distinguished analyst and founder of the Kusnetzky Group LLC, has been involved with information technology since the late 1970s. He’s interested in system software, virtualization technology, cloud computing, and mobility.

Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Essentials Book live now

One of My Best Advisor Mr.Syed Jaffar Hussain book has been released. Now It’s on live. It should be useful for who willing to learn more things about RAC High Availability.

You can buy it from follow publication URL.

What you will learn from this book :

  • Learn how to administer, implement, and manage Oracle 11g RAC environments for real world deployments
  • Discover the key architectural design and installation techniques required to successfully deploy Oracle 11g RAC
  • Effectively manage the complex 11g Clusterware, using key troubleshooting tips and techniques
  • Successfully implement database creation methods, manage the Oracle RAC database and handle workload in your RAC environment efficiently
  • Appropriately plan your backup and recovery strategy
  • Know when and how to upgrade your Oracle RAC environment effectively
  • Discover how to deploy Oracle 11g RAC with complex standard-off-the-shelf systems like Oracle EBS
  • Understand new key features for Oracle 11g R1/R2 RAC and ASM