Instruction for Back up and Recovery Project must be done in Microsoft Imagine and Microsoft Visio software, oracle 11g, read all instructions very carefully. Make sure you follow the scoring guide very carefully. Make sur the writer follow instructions very carefully.
Backup and Recovery
Devise a backup and recovery strategy for the organization. Simulate a variety of issues that require the recovery of data. Data is an organization’s most prized possession. Through the use of backup and recovery techniques, an organization can recover from any scenario.
Assessment Instructions
For this assessment, create a simple database model or use an existing one as a basis for backup and recovering data. Base this assessment on your own database model for a business purpose at an organization of your choice. You may use the database model you created in another assessment or you may choose to create a new database to work with.
Preparation
Research the following in preparation for this assessment:
• Backup and Recovery Techniques.
• Hot Backup and Recovery.
• ARCHIVELOG and NOARCHIVELOG modes.
• Flashback Query.
You may use the suggested resources or other scholarly and professional resources from your independent research to learn more about these topics.
Directions
Based on your database, you will be performing a variety of backup and recovery scenarios to ensure that you have the ability to recover from lost data as a database administrator. Consider the following scenarios to simulate real-world issues:
• Developer has accidentally dropped a table. Recover the missing table.
• User has accidentally removed rows from a table and committed the change. Recover those rows through a Flashback query.
• Backup the database using ARCHIVELOG mode turned on.
• Recover the database using a backup.
• Devise a backup and recovery strategy for the organization.
Once you have simulated these real-world issues, write a paper in which you address the following:
• Recover a dropped table.
• Create a script to recover data through a Flashback Query.
• Perform a backup of the database.
• Perform a recovery of the database.
• Communicate in writing that is clear and free from errors that detract from the overall message.
Provide your code, and the SQL scripts that you executed to recover the data.
Include screenshots of your backup and recovery process as well as the dropped table.
Backup and Recovery Scoring Guide
Backup and Recovery Scoring Guide
CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
Perform a backup of the database. Does not perform a backup of the database. Performs a backup of the database but the backup has some errors. Performs a backup of the database. Performs backup of the database, and provides documentation and examples.
Perform a recovery of the database. Does not perform a recovery of the database. Performs a recovery of the database but has some errors. Performs a recovery of the database. Performs recovery of the database, and provides documentation and examples.
Create a script to recover data through a Flashback Query. Does not create a script to recover data through a Flashback Query. Creates a script to recover data through Flashback Query, but the script is not fully working. Creates a script to recover data through a Flashback Query. Creates a script to recover data through the Flashback Query using optimal queries while providing examples and documentation.
Recover a dropped table. Does not recover a dropped table. Recovers a dropped table but does not contain data or does not have key components. Recovers a dropped table. Recovers a dropped table using optimal statements while providing examples and documentation.
Communicate in writing that is clear and free from errors that detract from the overall message. Communicates in writing that is neither clear nor free from errors that detract from the overall message. Communicates in writing that is vague or includes errors that detract from the overall message. Communicates in writing that is clear and free from errors that detract from the overall message. Communicates in writing that is clear, well-organized, and free of grammatical errors.

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