Golden Gate  

  • What will you learn
  • Audience
  • Course Topic
  • Course Objective


  • Oracle Golden Gate 11g
  • Key Capabilities and Technology Differentiators
  • Value Propositions for Oracle Golden Gate
  • Oracle Golden Gate Topologies
  • Oracle Middleware for Business Intelligence
  • Oracle Data Integrator EE and Oracle Golden Gate
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Real-Time Data Warehousing
  • Oracle Golden Gate Solutions for Oracle Database
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Oracle Database: Eliminate Down Time for Migration and Application Upgrade
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Oracle Database: Eliminate Down Time During Oracle
  • Database Upgrades
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Oracle Database: Eliminate Unplanned Down Time with Active Data Guard
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Oracle Database
  • Improve Production System Performance and Lower Costs
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Oracle Database: Offload Redo Logs
  • Oracle Golden Gate for Operational Reporting
  • Oracle GG for Oracle Database: Increase ROI on Existing Servers and Synchronize Global Data
  • Any Graduates(B.A,B.Com,B.Sc)
  • Engineering Students(B.Tech, B.E, M.Tech)
  • Any Diploma Holder
  • Any Working Professionals
  • Data Warehouse Administrators
  • Database Administrators
  • Software Tester
  • Project Manager
  • MIS Support
Technology Overview


     •  Roadmap
     •  Oracle Golden Gate: Modular Building Blocks
     •  Roadmap
     •  Supported Databases
     •  Supported Operating Systems
     •  Roadmap
     •  Oracle GoldenGate Product Line
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Veridata
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Director: Overview
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Director
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Monitor: Overview
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Monitor
     •  Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
     •  Adapter Integration Options for Oracle Golden Gate
     •  Oracle Golden Gate for Flat File
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Application Adapter for Java
     •  JMS Messaging Capture

Oracle Golden Gate Architecture


     •  Roadmap
     •  Uses of Oracle GoldenGate
     •  Oracle GoldenGate Components
     •  Oracle GoldenGate Logical Architecture
     •  Oracle GoldenGate Process Groups
     •  Process-Group Naming Convention
     •  GGSCI
     •  Parameter Files Roadmap
     •  Change Data Capture (Extract) and Delivery
     •  Change Data Capture (Extract) and Delivery Using a Data Pump
     •  Extract Flavors
     •  Distributed Topologies for Integrated Extract: Same Machine
     •  Distributed Topologies for Integrated Extract: Different Machine, Real-Time Non-Real-Time
     •  Supported Features Based on Source DB Version
     •  Roadmap
     •  Online Versus Batch Operation
     •  Running an Initial Load
     •  Checkpoints: Capture
     •  Checkpoints: Pump
     •  Checkpoints: Delivery
     •  Commit Sequence Number (CSN)

Installing Oracle Golden Gate


     •  Roadmap
     •  System Requirements,Operating System Requirements
     •  Downloading Oracle Golden Gate
     •  Installation on UNIX, Linux, or z/OS
     •  Installation on Windows
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Directories
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Documentation
     •  GGSCI Command Interface
     •  GGSCI Commands
     •  GGSCI Examples
     •  Obey Files
     •  New Oracle Golden Gate 11gR1 GGSCI Miscellaneous Commands
     •  Running Oracle Golden Gate from the OS Shell

Configuration Overview and Preparing the Environment


     •  Configuring Oracle Golden Gate
     •  Character Set: National Language Support (NLS)
     •  Mixed-Case Object Names: ‘Single’ and “Double” Quotes
     •  Configuring Oracle Golden Gate
     •  Preparing the Environment: Oracle Database
     •  Using Command Security
     •  Sample CMDSEC Statements
     •  Handling TCP/IP Errors
     •  tcperrs File
     •  Roadmap
     •  TranData Command
     •  Preparing the Environment: Oracle Database
     •  Preparing the Environment: Manager Overview
     •  Preparing the Environment: Configuring Manager
     •  Preparing the Environment: Sample Manager Parameter File
     •  Preparing the Environment: Overview of Source Definition
     •  Preparing the Environment: Running defgen

Configuring Change Capture


     •  Step 2: Change Capture
     •  Extract Overview
     •  Data Pump Overview
     •  Data Pumps: One-to-Many Trails
     •  Data Pumps: One-to-Many Target Systems
     •  Setting Up Change Capture (Extract)
     •  Add Extract Command
     •  Add Extract: Examples
     •  Editing Extract Parameters
     •  Passive Alias Extract
     •  Overview of Trails
     •  Adding a Local or Remote Trail
     •  Starting the Extract
     •  Primary Extract Configuration for Oracle
     •  Data Pump Configuration for Oracle
     •  Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
     •  Ensuring ASM Connectivity
     •  ASM and DBLogReader
     •  Practice 6 Overview: Configuring Change Capture

Configuring Change Delivery


     •  Step 4: Change Delivery (Replicate) Replicate Overview
     •  Change Delivery Tasks
     •  Check point Table
     •  Sample Configuration
     •  Avoiding Collisions with Initial Load
     •  Handling Collisions with Initial Load
     •  Obtaining Process Information Through GGSCI
     •  Process Report Files
     •  Sample Extract Process Report
     •  Discard Files
     •  Using the ggserr.log Error Log
     • Using the System Logs

Extract Trail and Files


     •  Overview of Extract Trails and Files
     •  Extract Trails and Files Distribution
     •  Extract Trails and Files Contents
     •  Extract Trails and Files Cleanup
     •  Trail Format
     •  Record Header Area Record Data Area
     •  Setting the Compatibility Level
     •  Alternative Trail Formats
     •  Format ASCII
     •  Format ASCII Sample Output
     •  Format SQL
     •  Format SQL Sample Output
     •  Format XML
     •  Format XML Sample Output
     •  Log dump Utility
     •  Opening a Trail
     •  Setting Up a View
     •  Viewing the Trail File Header
     •  Viewing Trail Records
     •  Counting Records in the Trail
     •  Filtering by a File Name
     •  Locating a Hex Data Value
     •  Saving Records to a New Trail
     •  Keeping a Log of Your Session
     •  Overview of the reverse Utility
     •  Overall Process of the reverse Utility
     •  reverse: Overall Process
     •  Sample Parameter Files

Configuring the Initial Load


     •  Step 3: Initial Load
     •  Initial Load: Advantages of Oracle Golden Gate Methods
     •  Initial Load: Resource Limitations
     •  Prerequisites for Initial Load
     •  Initial Load: Oracle Golden Gate Methods
     •  Initial Load: File to Replicate
     •  Initial Load: File to Database Utility
     •  Initial Load: Direct Load
     •  Initial Load: Direct Bulk Load (to Oracle)
     •  Practice 9 Overview: Configuring the Initial Load

Oracle Golden Gate Parameters


     •  Roadmap
     •  Oracle Golden Gate Parameter Files
     •  Using Parameter Files
     •  GLOBALS versus Process Parameters
     •  GLOBALS Parameters
     •  Roadmap
     •  Manager Parameters: Overview
     •  Sample Manager Parameter File
     •  Manager Parameter Categories
     •  Managing Trail Files
     •  Extract Parameter Overview
     •  Extract Parameter Defaults
     •  Sample Extract Parameter File
     •  Extract Parameter Categories
     •  Extract Example: Table Parameter
     •  Extract Example: Tran Log Options Parameter
     •  Replicat Parameter: Overview
     •  Replicat Parameter Defaults
     •  Sample Replicat Parameter File
     •  Replicat Parameter Categories
     •  Replicat Example: Map Parameter
     •  DBOptions

Data Selection and Filtering


     •  Data Mapping and Manipulation: Overview
     •  Types of Definition Files
     •  Data Selection: Overview
     •  Data Selection: Where Clause
     •  Data Selection: Where Clause Examples
     •  Data Selection: Filter Clause
     •  Data Selection: Filter Clause Examples
     •  Data Selection: Range Function
     •  Data Selection: Range Function Examples
     •  Column Mapping: Overview
     •  Column Mapping: Example
     •  Column Mapping: Building History
     •  Data Transformation Using Functions
     •  Functions: Performing Tests on Column Values
     •  @IF Function
     •  Functions: Working with Dates
     •  @Date Function
     •  Functions: Working with Strings and Numbers
     •  @StrCat Function
     •  @StrExt Function
     •  Other Functions
     •  SQLEXEC: Overview
     •  SQLEXEC: Basic Functionality
     •  SQLEXEC: DBMS and Data Type Support
     •  SQLEXEC: Usage with a LOOKUP Stored Procedure
     •  SQLEXEC: Usage with a SQL Query
     •  SQLEXEC: Usage in a Table or Map Statement
     •  SQLEXEC: Usage as a Stand-Alone Statement

Additional Transformation Topics


     •  Macros: Overview
     •  Creating Macros
     •  Invoking a Macro
     •  Reusing Parameter Sets
     •  Creating Macro Libraries
     •  Tracing Macro Expansion
     •  User Tokens: Overview
     •  Environmental Values Available to @GETENV
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     •  User Tokens Display
     •  Using User Tokens
     •  Viewing User Tokens in Log dump
     •  User Exits: Overview
     •  Uses for User Exits
     •  User Exits: High-Level Processing Logic
     •  Implementing User Exits
     •  User Exit Parameters
     •  Sample User Exits
     •  Calling User Exits
     •  Oracle Sequences: Overview
     •  Practice 12 Overview: Data Transformation

Configuration Options


     •  Roadmap
     •  BatchSQL: Overview
     •  BatchSQL Syntax
     •  BatchSQL Results
     •  Compression Options
     •  Example of Compression
     •  Compression and Ex adata
     •  Encryption: Overview
     •  Message Encryption
     •  Options: Message Encryption
     •  Trail or Extract File Encryption
     •  Password Encryption: Method
     •  Event Marker System
     •  Uses for Event Actions
     •  Event Actions Flowchart
     •  Event Actions Order
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     •  Event Actions: Heartbeat
     •  Event Actions: Automated Switchover
     •  Event Actions: Automated Synchronization

Bidirectional Replication


     •  Roadmap
     •  Bidirectional Flowchart
     •  Capabilities of a Bidirectional Configuration
     •  Bidirectional Configuration Considerations
     •  Preventing Data Looping
     •  Loop Detection Techniques
     •  Conflict Avoidance and Detection and Resolution
     •  Conflict Detection by CompareCols
     •  GetUpdateBefores, GetBeforeCols, CompareCols, and ResolveConflict
     •  Conflict Detection by Filter
     •  Conflict Resolution
     •  Conflict Resolution: Example
     •  Conflict Resolution by Applying Net Differences
     •  Resolve Conflict Built-in Methods
     •  Conflict Resolution Custom Methods
     •  Oracle Sequence Numbers
     •  Truncate Table Operations
     •  Overview: Configuring Bidirectional Replication

DDL Replication


     •  Overview of DDL Replication
     •  DDL Replication Requirements and Restrictions
     •  Characteristics for DDL Replication
     •  DDL Scopes
     •  Using Unqualified Object Names
     •  DDL Parameter
     •  DDL String Substitution
     •  DDL Error Handling
     •  DDLOptions for Oracle
     •  Mapping Schemas
     •  Supporting DDL in an Active-Active Bidirectional Configuration
     •  Activating Oracle DDL Capture

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

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
  • Explain Oracle GoldenGate Advanced Configuration options
  • Describe and take advantage of the Integrated Capture feature to extract complex data types and compressed data
  • Introduce the new Integrate Replicat feature for improved data delivery
  • 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
  • Perform zero-downtime database migration