Preface

This document provides information about Oracle Data Guard Broker, a management and monitoring interface that helps you configure, monitor, and control an Oracle Data Guard broker configuration.

Audience

Oracle Data Guard Broker is intended for database administrators (DBAs) and system administrators who want to use the Oracle Data Guard broker to automate many of the tasks involved in configuring and monitoring an Oracle Data Guard configuration.

The discussions herein assume that readers are already familiar with Oracle Data Guard, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Real Application Clusters, and the network services provided by Oracle Net Services.

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Related Documents

Refer to the following documentation for more information about Oracle Data Guard:

  • Oracle Data Guard Concepts and Administration.

  • Oracle release notes specific to your operating system.

  • Oracle installation guide specific to your operating system.

  • For more information about managing Oracle Data Guard through Oracle Enterprise Manager, see the online Help available with this graphical user interface. To access the online Help topics, click Help on the menu bar in Enterprise Manager.

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