Posted by Kamran Agayev A. on 22nd September 2013
It’s 3.50 AM at San Francisco and I’m finalizing a new video tutorial that I have been creating for the users who will attend RAC Attack at Oracle Openworld 2013 (Ninja Operation). Tomorrow is the first day of OOW13 and I’m very happy that I was able to finish it in time. The first minutes of this tutorial was created in the plane when I was flying to SFO this week
For the step by step instruction, I’ve used the following article
You can watch the video from the following link:
You can download the video from this link:
Hope you’ll enjoy the video!
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Posted by Kamran Agayev A. on 19th September 2013
I’m proud to announce that I’m one of the 10 RAC Attack Ninjas this year! If you’re attending OOW13, don’t forget to come and say “hi” to Ninjas. We’ll be at OTN Lounge in the lobby of Moscone South on 24th and 25th September between 10am-2pm
Using documentation created by Ninjas, you’ll be able to install and run Oracle 12c RAC on your laptop!
For the step by step introduction, check the following link:
To get more information about RacAttack event, check the following link:
You can check our facebook page:
And don’t forget to use #RACAttack hashtag.
I’m working on “Step by Step Installing Oracle 12c RAC Video tutorial” and hope it will be ready for the RACAttack event. If you don’t have time to install it during OOW days, come and watch the video tutorial and learn how to install Oracle 12c RAC
See you all soon!
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Posted by Kamran Agayev A. on 13th September 2013
My book is out!
I would like to announce to all my fellow DBA friends that my book is published and is available at Amazon.
It took me more than one year to write it. 3 years ago I got an email from Rampant Techpress where they asked me if I can write a book about RMAN Backup and Recovery. I wasn’t ready at that time, but decided to accept that challenge and agreed. The first man came in my mind to help me at that time was my friend Aman Sharma. He also agreed and we started the journey together.
After writing the first chapter I realized that we really need to have technical reviewers, so I asked Syed Sabdar and Hemant K. Chitale if they can help us. Fortunately they agreed. I would like to thank them both as they did a great job and made a lot of corrections
All chapters are based on practical scenarios and deep research and I hope it will help you to understand RMAN in depth, to create your own RMAN backup strategy and to recover from any type of failures you can face in your production database. There’re a lot of scenarios under each chapter with an explanation and step by step guide to help you to reproduce them on your test environment
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