Introduces Oracle best practices for deploying a highly available environment, helps you determine your availability requirements, and describes the database architectures that can help your business achieve high availability.
Describes the Oracle Data Guard broker, a management and monitoring interface that automates many of the tasks involved in configuring and monitoring standby databases in an Oracle Data Guard configuration.
Provides a comprehensive overview of Oracle Data Guard concepts and describes how to configure and implement standby databases that can take over production operations if your production database becomes unusable. This guide includes several database scenarios such as creating, recovering, failing over, switching over, configuring, and backing up standby and primary databases.
Contains conceptual information about Oracle Streams and information about administering, monitoring, and troubleshooting an Oracle Streams environment. It also contains instructions for using Oracle Streams to record table changes. It also contains conceptual information about information provisioning and instructions for using Oracle Streams for information provisioning. It also includes instructions for using Oracle Streams for database upgrades and database maintenance operations.
Contains instructions for configuring and managing an Oracle Streams replication environment. It also includes best practices for Oracle Streams replication environments and instructions for migrating from Advanced Replication to Oracle Streams replication.
Describes features of application development and integration using Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing (AQ). This information applies to versions of the Oracle Database server that run on all platforms, unless otherwise specified.
Contains conceptual information about Oracle Database Advanced Replication. It also includes information about planning an Advanced Replication environment and information about troubleshooting Advanced Replication problems.
Contains reference information about and step-by-step instructions for using the replication management API, which is a set of PL/SQL packages for setting up and managing an Advanced Replication environment. It also includes reference information about data dictionary views that are important for Advanced Replication and security considerations for an Advanced Replication environment.