- Storage Concepts - Part 1
- Storage Concepts - Part 2
- Understand the term - Fault Tolerance
- Why Oracle ASM?
- What is and ASM Instance
- Striping in ASM
- Redundancy in ASM
- Failure Groups in ASM
In this course you will understand about concepts of Storage and learn the basic Constructs of Oracle Automatic Storage Management such as Disks, Disk Groups, Striping, Redundancy and Failure Groups. An understanding of this is important before you work on projects where Oracle ASM is used to store Oracle Database Files.
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Good course on storage and ASM fundamental concepts.
This course should not have been called ASM fundamentals, but rather storage basic concepts.