This book covers Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Database 12c, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server. It includes related Oracle Database features for readers trying to prototype or implement Oracle GoldenGate. What you will learn from the book? Oracle GoldenGate fundamentals, modular architecture, flexible and scalable configuration and installation options. This is the foundation for all new Oracle GoldenGate users. Oracle GoldenGate initial data–load techniques for a heterogeneous environment, including initial– load using the Recovery Manager (RMAN) suitable for a VLDB environment. Learn how to configure Oracle GoldenGate instance for query offloading. Reports are diverted to an Oracle Database instance for an operational Data Warehouse, running 10x faster. Find out how to configure Oracle GoldenGate for high–availability using bi–directional topology. Learn how to implement internal and user–defined Conflict Detection and Resolution (CDR) necessary to operate active–active Oracle GoldenGate environments. Deployment of Oracle GoldenGate Veridata. Installation and configuration of the Repository. Installation and configuration of the agent on source and target systems. Configuration of Oracle GoldenGate to determine Out–Of–Sync tables. Use of Oracle GoldenGate for performing Near Zero–Downtime Upgrade Migration. Learn the use of the Recovery Manager (RMAN) cloning to prepare the database for upgrade. Learn how to configure Oracle GoldenGate on a heterogeneous environment composed of Oracle Database 12c Non-CDB, MySQL and Oracle Database 12c CDB. Learn how to use Oracle GoldenGate performing data transformation for the operational data store. Learn how to install, configure, and use Oracle GoldenGate Management Pack. Learn in–depth about Oracle GoldenGate Director and Oracle GoldenGate Monitor. Integration of Oracle GoldenGate with Oracle Data Guard. Migration from Oracle Streams to Oracle GoldenGate. Configuration of Oracle GoldenGate for best performance using Integrated Capture and intermediate systems. Learn how to Configure Data Definition Language (DDL) replication.
Author: Fawzi Alswaimil