Oracle GoldenGate 12c: Advanced Configuration for Oracle (D89113GC10)

Course Objectives

  • Explain Oracle GoldenGate Advanced Configuration options Describe and take advantage of the new Integrated Capture to replicate complex data types and compressed data, currently unsupported by Classic Capture
  • Install and deploy Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture components
  • Configure and implement the Oracle GoldenGate Event Marker system, to enable data transformation based on event records in the transaction logs or in the trail files
  • Master Oracle GoldenGate facilities to detect and resolve data conflicts in active-to-active replication implementations
  • Familiarize the student with Data Conflict Avoidance Techniques
  • Set up and manage advanced deployment models, such as 3-node multi master replication configurations
  • Integrate Oracle GoldenGate with Oracle cluster configurations
  • Perform zero-downtime database migration
  • Familiarize the student with Data Conflict Avoidance Techniques
  • Set up and manage advanced deployment models, such as 3-node multi master replication configurations

Course Topics Oracle
GoldenGate Integrated Capture/integrated Delivery
What is Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture?
Why it is Needed and What Additional Replication Features it Makes Possible
How to Prepare a Database for Integrated Capture ? Creation of Users, Assignments of Roles and Privileges, etc
Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture Deployment Modes
Integrated Replicat/Apply Architecture
Integrated Replicat: How it works
Integrated Delivery in Detail Oracle

Goldengate With Oracle Real Application Clusters Configuration Oracle RAC
Oracle GoldenGate and Business Continuity
Oracle GoldenGate Used in Combination with Oracle RAC
Oracle GoldenGate and the Oracle Database File System (DBFS)
Oracle DBFS and Oracle Clusterware
Configuring Oracle GoldenGate using the DBFS file systems

Oracle GoldenGate Event Marker System Starting, Suspending, Stopping Processes, Performing a Transformation, Reporting Statistics, and Capturing Lag History
Using the Event Marker System
Invoking Stored Procedures When Specific Events Occur Using SQLEXEC
Activating Tracing Following the Exceeding of a Data Threshold
Running OS Shell Commands at the Occurrence of Specific Data-Driven Events
Extracting Details Analysis of the TABLE, MAP, FILTER, WHERE and SQLEXEC Statements
Implementing Event Marker Actions on the Extraction Side and on the Delivery Side of Replication

Data Mapping, Data Selection/Filtering and Data Transformation
TABLE (for Extract) and MAP (for Replicat) Options Which Allow for Data Selection
COLMAP and COLMATCH Options
Exploring Simple Filtering (Achieved Through the WHERE Clause) and Complex Filtering (Using the FILTER Clause)
Data Transformation Functions: Enabling Concatenation, Substitution, Case Changing, Numeric Conversion and Date Conversion
SQLEXEC Parameter to Invoke Stored Procedures or to Perform Native SQL Queries

Custom Behavior Through User Exits
The CUSEREXIT Parameter and its Options
User Exit Mandatory Parameters: EXIT_CALL_TYPE, EXIT_CALL_RESULT and EXIT_PARAMS
The EXIT_CALL_PROCESS_RECORD Function
Oracle GoldenGate Callback Routines Invoked Through ERCALLBACK
The usrdecs.h "C" Include File
JMS and Flat File Using Oracle GoldenGate Application Adapters
Connecting to the Java Subsystem Through the Java Native Interface (JNI)

Configuring Zero-Downtime Migration Replication
Zero-Downtime Migration Prerequisites
Zero-Downtime Migration Topology
Configuring Initial Setup and Required Steps Configuring Primary Extract, Data pump and Replicat for Fallback
Simulating fallback

Bidirectional Replication: Two-Node Configuration
Bi-Directional Replication
Data Conflict Types
Getting Before Image Information from Source Database
Using RESOLVECONFLICT
Handling UPDATEROWEXISTS in Conjunction with USEDELTA, USEMAX, and IGNORE
Exceptions MAP Statement
Creating and Populating Exception and Discard Tables

Conflict Detection and Resolution ? Custom Techniques
Workload Partitioning
Geographic or Topic-Based Segmentation
Primary Key Generation
Custom Conflict Resolution Techniques: Quantitative Methods for Conflict Resolution and Data Convergence
Automatic Conflict Resolution Based on Time stamp or Trusted Source
Automatic Data Convergence of Numeric Values Based on Additive Value or Average Value

Multi-Master Replication Topology ? Three-Node Configuration
Handling Multi-Master Configurations: Additional Limitations Compared to Active-Active
Dealing with the Lack of Support for DDL Replication
Data Convergence and Latency in a Multi-Master Topology
Decreasing Complexity by Enabling Segmentation and Node-Based Partitioning in the Application
Minimizing Data Conflict by Minimizing Latency
Resolving Simple Conflicts Using RESOLVECONFLICT with USEMIN, USEMAX and USEDELTA
Combining RESOLVECONFLICT with UPDATEROWEXISTS, INSERTROWEXISTS, DELETEROWEXISTS, UPDATEROWMISSING and DELETEROWMISSING Clauses to Identify Source of Conflict Errors
Increasing Troubleshooting Information Captured in Error and Discard Tables Using Oracle GoldenGate Facilities

Active Data Guard and Oracle GoldenGate. How to achieve Maximum Availability
Data Guard Fast Start Fail Over (FSFO)
Role Transition Complexity ? Oracle GoldenGate to the Rescue
Oracle Bundled Agent (XAG)
Oracle Bundled Agent ? The Key to Maximum Availability