Oracle Database Upgrade and Migration Methods: Including Oracle 12c Release 2

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Learn all of the available upgrade and migration methods in detail to move to Oracle Database version 12c. You will become familiar with database upgrade best practices to complete the upgrade in an effective manner and understand the Oracle Database 12c patching process.
So it’s time to upgrade Oracle Database to version 12c and you need to choose the appropriate method while considering issues such as downtime. This book explains all of the available upgrade and migration methods so you can choose the one that suits your environment. You will be aware of the practical issues and proactive measures to take to upgrade successfully and reduce unexpected issues. 

With every release of Oracle Database there are new features and fixes to bugs identified in previous versions. As each release becomes obsolete, existing databases need to be upgraded. Oracle Database Upgrade and Migration Methods explains each method along with its strategy, requirements, steps, and known issues that have been seen so far. This book also compares the methods to help you choose the proper method according to your constraints.
Also included in this book:
  • Pre-requisite patches and pre-upgrade steps
  • Patching to perform changes at the binary and database level to apply bug fixes
What You Will Learn:
  • Understand the need and importance of database upgrading and migration
  • Be aware of the challenges associated with database upgrade decision making
  • Compare all upgrade/migration methods
  • Become familiar with database upgrade best practices and recommendations
  • Understand database upgrade concepts in high availability and multi-tenant environments
  • Know the database downgrade steps in case the upgraded database isn’t compatible with the environment
  • Discover the features and benefits to the organization when it moves from the old database version to the latest database version
  • Understand Oracle 12c patching concepts

Who This Book Is For:

Core database administrators, solution architects, business consultants, and database architects
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ISBN-13: 9781484223277
ISBN-10: 1484223276
Pagini: 610
Ilustrații: XXIII, 610 p. 235 illus., 189 illus. in color.
Dimensiuni: 178 x 254 x 38 mm
Greutate: 1.08 kg
Ediția: 1st ed.
Editura: Apress
Colecția Apress
Locul publicării: Berkeley, CA, United States


PART I: packetC Background 1
CHAPTER 1: Getting Started 3
Introduction to Database upgrade          
Necessities of Database upgrade           
Benefits of Database upgrade              
Hurdles that affect Database upgrade decision                                  
Types of Database upgrade                 
Things to consider before upgrade         
Engineers involved in upgrade activity    
Upgrade compatibility matrix              
                Best practices of Database upgrade
                Database Migration                 Situations demand Migration
                Things to consider before migration
                                                                                                                                        PART II: Language Reference 53
n CHAPTER 2: Database Upgrade methods 55
Manual/Command line upgrade               
Transportable Tablespace                   Golden Gate                               
Create Table as Select (CTAS)             
Transient Logical Standby                 
          Full Transportable Tablespace
n CHAPTER 3: Comparison between upgrade methods 151
Comparison between methods                9
Real Application testing (RAT)            10
How to choose best Upgrade method         11
                Summary n CHAPTER 4: Upgrade using Database backup   159
Cold backup                               
Hot backup (User-Managed)                 
Logical backup (expdp/impdp)              
RMAN backup (using duplicate option)       Summary                                   
n CHAPTER 5: Database Migration methods 171
Datapump                                   Transportable Tablespace (TTS)            
Golden Gate                               
Copy table as select (CTAS)               
Transport Database                        
Heterogenous Standby database             
Oracle Streams                                             Summary
n CHAPTER 6: Migration of Oracle database from Non-ASM to ASM 175
Moving Datafiles Online from NON-ASM <
to ASM                                    
Migrating Oracle 12c CDB with PDBs from
NON ASM to ASM using EM Cloud Control 13c ............... 
Migrating Oracle 12c CDB with PDBs from
NON ASM to ASM using RMAN                 
n CHAPTER 7: GI and DB upgrade in RAC environment 205
CVU Pre-Upgrade Check tool                 Execution Steps for ORAchk                
Rolling upgrade for Oracle GI             
Upgrading 11g RAC to 12c RAC using DBUA   
Upgrading 11g RAC to 12c RAC Manual       
Upgrading 11g RAC to 12c RAC using EM 13c 
PART III: Developing Applications 215 n CHAPTER 8: Database upgrade in DG environment 217
Dummy Text                                
Dummy Text                                 Virtual Dummy Text                        
Dummy Text                                
Dummy Text                                
Dummy Text Flow                           
Dummy Text                                 Summary                                   
n CHAPTER 9: Database upgrade in EBS environment 223
Prerequisite steps                        
Preupgrade steps                           Upgrade steps                             
Post upgrade steps                        
CHAPTER 10: Database upgrade in 12c Multitenant environment
Migrate lower version database to Multitenant architecture 
Container database upgrade                 Pluggable database upgrade                
n CHAPTER 11: Databases migrate in Multitenant environment 237
Pluggable database migrate                
Need for Migrate                           Migration steps                           
n CHAPTER 12: Oracle Database Patching Stratergies 245
Patching Introduction                     
Opatch tool                               
Types of patches                          
Patch apply stratergies (online and offline patching).... 
PSU and SPU patching                      
Patch apply in RAC and DG environment     
Datapatch                                  Queryable patch inventory                 
n CHAPTER 13: Database Downgrade 263
Introduction                               Limitations of Oracle database downgrade  
Database downgrade steps                  
Downgrade using database flashback        
n CHAPTER 14: Database upgrade in 12.2 281
Preupgrade checks                          Upgrade Emulation                         
Manual Database upgrade                   
Pluggable database upgrade                
Downgrade 12.2 database to earlier version...............  Summary                                   
n APPENDIX A: Reference Tables 383
n APPENDIX B: Dummy Text 395

Notă biografică

Nassyam Basha is an Oracle DBA, OCM 11g, Oracle ACE Director, author of the Data Guard 11gR2 book, blogger, OTN Super Hero, MOSC Guru, and writer with OTN, and DELL.  He has 9 years of hands-on experience in High Availability technologies such as Oracle RAC, Data Guard, Exadata, and much more. He currently works with The Pythian Group, In the past he has worked for AT&T (Bell Labs), dbaDirect, and SLK software services.

YV RaviKumar is an Oracle ACE and Oracle Certified Master (OCM) with over 17 years of experience in banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), and played various roles such as Senior Database Architect and Production DBA Support for BFSI. He has written more than 30 OTN articles on Oracle Exadata, Oracle RAC, and Oracle Golden Gate in OTN-Spanish, OTN-Portuguese, and OTN-English. He also has written articles on Oracle Exadata, Oracle RAC, GoldenGate in TOAD World (Connected Intelligence), All Things ORACLE from Redgate & OTech Magazine-summer 2015. He is a member of the All India Oracle User Group (AIOUG) and a frequent Oracle speaker in OTN Yathra, AIOUG Sangam ,IOUG, and Exadata SIG. He designed, architected, and implemented the Core Banking System (CBS) Database for the Central Banks of two countries - India & Mahe, Seychelles. 

KM Krishna Kumar is a Database Administrator. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Anna University. He started working with Oracle technologies from 2004 as a DBA and worked with the Oracle Corporation for 5 years. He was involved in beta testing the database upgrade and wrote Oracle knowledge articles. He is an Oracle 11g and 12c Certified professional and has knowledge of Oracle technologies in areas such as installation, patching, migration, DB upgrade using various methods, Data Guard, RMAN, and RAC. He has delivered presentations to customers through various channels.


Explains each database upgrade/method in detail with its applicable environment
Provides steps for upgrading Oracle database using an existing database backup
Includes additional upgrade steps required for databases in high availability, e-Business, and multi-tenant environments
Presents upgrade best practices to ensure success without any unexpected issues
Covers Oracle Database 12c patching concepts