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How to use Transparent Application Failover (TAF) and Transparent Application Continuity (TAC) in release 19c- A Free Webinar
April 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC
How to use Transparent Application Failover (TAF) and Transparent Application Continuity (TAC) in release 19c
So you’ve configured a RAC, with high availability for your services: Service failover from one RAC node to another. That’s all very nice, but it is useless unless the sessions launched by your users or application servers know what has happened and will re-connect automatically to wherever the services they need are now running. TAF is one technique for doing this, and it does it brilliantly, but in earlier release it was a bit limited: It could not protect in-flight transactions. TAC takes TAF to a whole new level. Best of all, it is a declarative technique: the DBA configures it, the developers don’t even need to know that it is happening. As usual, we’ll demonstrate everything.
Some of the content could be described as “advanced”. Basic DBA and Developer skills will be needed, and familiarity with OS and database command line tools.
John Watson, Oracle Certified Master DBA, SkillBuilders Director of All Things Oracle Database
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