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Part I: High Availability Architecture and Clusters Chapter 1: Introduction to High Availability and Scalability Chapter 2: Clustering Basics and History Chapter 3: RAC Architecture Part II: Installation, Configuration, and Storage Chapter 4: RAC Preinstallation Chapter 5: RAC Installation Chapter 6: Automatic Storage Management Part III: RAC Administration and Management Chapter 7: RAC Basic Administration Chapter 8: RAC Advanced Administration Chapter 9: RAC Backup and Recovery Chapter 10: RAC Performance Management Part IV: Advanced Concepts in RAC Chapter 11: Global Resource Directory Chapter 12: A Closer Look at Cache Fusion Chapter 13: Workload and Connection Management Chapter 14: RAC Troubleshooting Part V: Deploying RAC Chapter 15: RAC Extensions Chapter 16: Developing Applications for RAC APPENDIX A: RAC REFERENCE APPENDIX B: ADDING AND REMOVING CLUSTER NODES APPENDIX C: REFERENCES INDEX
K Gopalakrishnan (Gopal) is a senior principal consultant with the Advanced Technology Services group at Oracle Corporation, specializing exclusively in performance tuning, high availability, and disaster recovery. He is a recognized expert in Oracle RAC and Database Internals and has used his extensive expertise in solving many vexing performance issues all across the world for telecom giants, banks, financial institutions, and universities. Gopal has more than a decade of Oracle expertise backed by an engineering degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Madras, India. Gopal has previously co-authored an award-winning Oracle Press book, Oracle Wait Interface: A Practical Guide to Performance Diagnostics and Tuning. He was awarded an Editor's Choice award for Oracle Author of the Year by Oracle Magazine in 2005. Gopal was also chosen as an Oracle ACE by Oracle Technology Network (http://oracle.com/technology/index.html) in 2006.