Welcome to Oracle Database Quality of Service Management User's Guide. This document describes the concepts of Oracle Database Quality of Service Management (Oracle Database QoS Management), and instructs you on how to configure, administer, and troubleshoot Oracle Database QoS Management. Oracle Database QoS Management monitors resource use and wait times, and uses this information to manage the resources that are shared across applications. Oracle Database QoS Management makes and implements recommendations that adjust the system configuration to keep the applications running at the specified performance levels.
Oracle Database Quality of Service Management User's Guide is intended for cluster, database, and system administrators who perform the following tasks:
Provision and deploy the hardware
Install the Oracle Grid Infrastructure software and allocate shared resources
Manage the performance of diverse workloads in a shared environment
Manage workloads when failures occur
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Database 12c release 1 (12.1) documentation set:
Oracle Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux or other supported platform
Oracle Clusterware Administration and Deployment Guide
Oracle Real Application Clusters Administration and Deployment Guide
Oracle Database Administrator's Guide
Oracle Database Concepts
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