Resolve RAC DB issues with ORAchk, Collection Manager & TFA

Currently, Oracle RAC database administrators may run ORAchk to detect most impactful known issues like network issues, memory issues manually on multiple nodes once the issue has occurred. They spend hours finding relevant information to get their issues resolved with Oracle Support Services. This approach involves human response time, is tedious and time-consuming especially when multiple clusters are being managed.
Now what if these issues were automatically detected, and notified about along with specific diagnosis and corrective action? What if the relevant information to get issues resolved with Oracle Support Services was automatically collected for the users?
In this session, learn how to proactively diagnose and resolve both the most impactful known issues and new unknown issues quickly with minimum time and effort through ORAchk, Collection Manager and Trace File Analyzer, which have now become components of Oracle Autonomous Health Framework. This demo-based session is a technical deep-dive into how database administrators can use ORAchk in daemon mode to proactively detect and resolve most impactful known issues through targeted recommendations without having to run ORAchk on every node every time maintenance activities such as upgrades or patches are performed.
The session also illustrates how ORAchk helps to monitor health of all the clusters at one place easily and detect issues at node-level. ORAchk does this in collaboration with Collection Manager – an APEX application. This is especially useful for large database systems with multiple clusters. For new unknown issues or issues that require Oracle Support Services, also learn how Trace File Analyzer can be leveraged in its daemon mode to automatically collect relevant information for the issue and get quick resolution.

Dienstag, 21.11.2017
11:00 - 11:45
Foyer Tokio

Mark Scardina

Oracle Corporation
Mark Scardina is currently the Director of Product Management responsible for Oracle's Quality of Service Management, Cluster Health products the Oracle Autonomous Health Framework. Previously, he was in charge of development of Oracle's Trusted Information Exchange having been Oracle's XML Evangelist for Server products and the Group Product Manager for the CORE and XML Development Group. Mark has chaired the Oracle XML Standards committee and participated on the OGC, W3C XSL and DOM Working Groups. He is a frequent speaker at industry trade shows and conferences and is co-author of 4 software patents and of several books including Oracle Database 10g XML & SQL.

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