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Policy based cluster Management in 12c LIMITED

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Oracle Clusterware 11g R2 introduced server pools as a means for specifying resource placement and administering server allocation and access. However,   all servers were considered to be equal in relation to processors, memory and other characteristics. This can lead to  sub-optimal performance of some applications if the servers  assigned to the server pools hosting those applications do not meet applications' requirements.

Oracle Grid Infrastructure 12c enhances the use of server pools by introducing server attributes e.g. memory, CPU_count etc. which can be associated with each server. Server pools can be configured so that their members belong to a category of servers, which share a particular set of attributes. Moreover,  administrators can maintain a library of policies and switch between them as required rather than manually reallocating servers to various server pools based on workload. This paper discusses in detail the new features of policy based cluster management in 12c.

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Anju Garg

Oracle ACE, Corporate Trainer (Oracle DBA), Author, Speaker, Blogger, Technical Reviewer, Self employed
Anju Garg is an Oracle Ace with over 14 years of experience in IT Industry in various roles. Since 2010, she has been involved in teaching and has trained more than a hundred  DBAs from across the world in various core DBA technologies like RAC, Data guard, Performance Tuning, SQL... Read More →

Saturday November 12, 2016 10:05am - 10:55am IST
Room - 5 First Floor