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    MySQL OPC Demo

    Ramana Yeruva

    Principal Member Technical Staff

    MySQL,SystemQA

    December 16, 2016

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    Program Agenda(Demo)

    Create MySQL Cloud Service Instance

    Backup and Restore

    Patching and Patch Rollback

    Increase Compute Capacity

    Real-Time Monitoring

    Q&A

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    1. Sign into your account with the information as given to you at the time of the lab here:cloud.oracle.com

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    2. Select Public Cloud Services US in the Select Data Center box 3. Enter Identity Domain: mysqlsysqa

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    4. Enter credentials: Username and Password: 5. On the MyServices console, you can see all the available services on the account.

    Click on the menu to go to MySQL Cloud Service console

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    6. On the Welcome page under Discover there is an introductory video which we may review before the lab

    begins. Note under Learn there are links to various roles within the Oracle MySQL Cloud Service On the

    right-hand side of the Welcome page you see an phone and a chat icon that give you direct communication

    with Oracle Support. Click Go to Console. https://www.youtube.com/watch?

    v=xXUlHvAYtiE&feature=youtu.be

    7. Click blue button Create Service

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    8. Services Dashboard

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    9.Service Configuration: Type in the name you want for your MySQL service 10.Service Configuration: Enter details of mysql server,MEM,Backup

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    11. If the validation passes of your entries for your new service, click Create Service. Note you are getting an

    hourly subscription rate (it is of course, free during the lab).

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    12. Click your new service name (in the example sysqa5716) to see the details of newly created service.

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    13. Click Administration from your new service page for Backup config.

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    14. Click Administration from your new service page for Patching

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    15.You are noticing the number of connections to your website has been increasing since your business is growing. You feel having more memory and more disk storage

    may increase performance. You want to scale up. With the cloud, you can grow your service without purchasing more hardware.

    Click the Oracle MySQL Cloud Service menu choice and then click your MySQL service (in this example, sysqa5716).

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    16.You can also add storage if the initial storage used while creating mysql service is not enough for Database,Backup,Redolog

    Click the Oracle MySQL Cloud Service menu choice and then click your MySQL service (in this example, sysqa5716).

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    Real-Time Monitoring

    1. You are going to set up a virtual DBA window as to what is going on with your service by using the MySQL Enterprise Monitor. First, to access the Enterprise Monitor you need to allow

    access to the monitor URL. Click you service name and the menu next to it. Select Access Rules from the pull-down menu and click it.

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    2. Enterprise Monitor: An access rule ora_p2admin_em is automatically created to access Enterprise Monitor from internet. Select Enable from the

    pull-down menu to enable

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    3. Enterprise Monitor: Click Enable in the dialogue box for Enable Access Rule.

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    4. Enterprise Monitor: Click your service menu. From the pulldown menu click Enterprise Monitor URL to connect to the Enterprise Monitor.

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    5. Enterprise Monitor: Enter the username and password6. Enterprise Monitor: You will see Welcome dialogue box, click Save

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    7. Enterprise Monitor: Under the Dashboard tab, click Overview. Note that the monitor thinks your filesystem may be running out of space based on the

    amount of activity - creating the service and increasing its capacity. It proactively lets you know what is going on with your service.

    Expand that area of the Critical Events area to get more details.

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    8. Enterprise Monitor: You now see more information. Since you just created the service, you used a chunk of vm space. It is always a good idea to see exactly

    where your capacity is growing - the Enterprise Monitor advises you about system resources. This increase in space is most likely not an issue with your

    service since a chunk of space was used in a short time while your service was created and expanded.

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    9. Enterprise Monitor: After your system has been running awhile, you may see more activity. Notice the number of connections and what kind of queries have been

    running on your service. Take some time to explore the Enterprise Monitor.

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    Questions &

    Answers

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