Expert Oracle GoldenGate
Expert Oracle GoldenGate is a hands-on guide to creating and managing complex data replication environments using the latest in database replication technology from Oracle. GoldenGate is the future in replication technology from Oracle, and aims to be best-of-breed. GoldenGate supports homogeneous replication between Oracle databases. It supports heterogeneous replication involving other brands such as Microsoft SQL Server and IBM DB2 Universal Server. GoldenGate is high-speed, bidirectional, highly-parallelized, and makes only a light impact on the performance of databases involved in replication.
The authors share their experience in the form of tutorials on designing and implementing all types of Oracle GoldenGate environments. You’ll learn methods for tuning Oracle GoldenGate performance. You’ll discover GoldenGate’s utility as a migration and extract, transform, load (ETL) tool. You’ll learn to configure highly-available environments involving GoldenGate, Real Application Clusters, and Data Guard. From installation to design to implementation and troubleshooting, Expert Oracle GoldenGate helps you master all aspects of using and applying Oracle GoldenGate as the replication tool of choice in your environment.
Expert Oracle GoldenGate is for database professionals who need to master the latest in replication technology from Oracle. It is for the Oracle Database administrator, technical manager, or Oracle developer requiring a solid base of expertise on to implement or manage replication environments with GoldenGate technology. Expert Oracle GoldenGate is an appropriate and timely reference for all users of the GoldenGate software.Table of Contents
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Once again a book filled with information - but lacks any real-world examples - when will these so-called authors understand that the best way to write a book is to walk through a real scenario. This book should have provided the reader with a premise - such as lets upgrade this database from 10.2 on AIX to 11.2 on Linux - and a step by step how to do it.
Good reference material - I guess I am forced to start writing these books