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Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Release 2 (OD-11gAWR2)

The Oracle Database 11g: (Administration Workshop I R2) course is designed to provide you the understanding and knowledge of fundamental database administration.

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5 Days

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The Oracle Database 11g: (Administration Workshop I R2) course is designed to provide you the understanding and knowledge of fundamental database administration.

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About this course:

The Oracle Database 11g: (Administration Workshop I R2) course is designed to provide you the understanding and knowledge of fundamental database administration. Professional Oracle University trainers will enhance your skills with organized hands-on exercises that prepare you for other equivalent Oracle Certified Associate course.

Learn To:

  • Build and handle storage structures.
  • Build and oversees users.
  • Manage the Oracle Database.
  • Establish Oracle Grid Infrastructure.
  • Establish and setup an Oracle Database.
  • Perform recovery and backup.
  • Define the Oracle database architecture and explain in what way its components interact and work together.

Benefits to You:

Ensure secure, reliable, easy, and fast to handle performance. Lower IT costs, improve database workloads, and offer a better quality of service by allowing rapid and smooth consolidation under your Datacenter.

Create an Operational Database:

This course will also help you to understand how to build an operational database and effectively manage the different structures efficiently and effectively. This incorporates database security, backup/recovery techniques, performance monitoring, and user management.

Training Requirements:

This course satisfies the training requirement for an Oracle Certification track. Kindly note that Knowledge Center courses and Self-Study Courses do not satisfy the training requirement.

Salary Estimate:

The Oracle Developer can make an average salary of $106,225 per annum.

Course Objective:

  • Administer and monitor undo data
  • Establish Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  • Administer and create user accounts
  • Handle data concurrency
  • Installation and configuration of Oracle Database 11g
  • Define Oracle Database Architecture
  • Configuration of Oracle Net services
  • Oversees the database storage structures
  • Carryout essential recovery and backup of a database
  • Monitor performance

Audience:

  • Technical Consultant and Administrator
  • Database Administrators
  • Support Engineer
  • Java Developers

Prerequisite:

  • Having Oracle SQL/PL course or equal experience
  • Having Oracle Introduction to SQL course or equal experience

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Brand Oracle
Subjects IT Ops & Management
Lab Access No
Technology Oracle
Learning Style Virtual Classroom
Learning Type Course
Difficulty Intermediate
Course Duration 5 Days
Language English

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