Home Database Oracle Oracle Database Release 12.2 Oracle Database 12c Release 2 High Availability Give us your thoughts! Data Guard Broker HTML PDF 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. Data Guard Concepts and Administration HTML PDF 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. Database Backup and Recovery Reference HTML PDF Provides detailed descriptions of the Recovery Manager (RMAN) commands and recovery catalog views. Database Backup and Recovery User's Guide HTML PDF Explains how to use Recovery Manager (RMAN) to back up, recover, and duplicate a database, and how to use Oracle Flashback Technology to restore all or a portion of your data to a previous state. Database PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference HTML PDF Describes the PL/SQL packages provided with the Oracle database server that extend database functionality and provide PL/SQL access to SQL features. Database Reference HTML PDF Provides reference information about database initialization parameters, static data dictionary views, and dynamic performance views that are part of Oracle Database. Global Data Services Concepts and Administration Guide HTML PDF Provides dynamic load balancing, failover, and centralized service management for a set of replicated databases that offer common services. The set of databases can include Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) and noncluster Oracle databases interconnected through Oracle Data Guard, or any other replication technology. High Availability Overview HTML PDF 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. Streams Concepts and Administration HTML PDF 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. Streams Extended Examples HTML PDF Contains extended examples that configure various types of Oracle Streams environments. Streams Replication Administrator's Guide HTML PDF 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.