Oracle Database 12c Administration
About Individual Course:
As an intermediate level course, students will focus around IT Ops Training material and learn how databases act as the core of an organization’s informational infrastructure. The course content will cover the basic knowledge and skills on how to configure and support Oracle 12c databases, maintain the organizational data, and make sure the existence of the data by employing backup, recovery, and flashback functions.
How to create, configure, and maintain the Oracle 12c databases
How automated database administration is used for OEM Cloud Control 12c
Make sure the protection of database by handling user privileges and roles
Managing storage for space optimization and performance
Execute Oracle partitions for management of large tables and indexes
A fundamental knowledge and experience in operating with a SQL-based relational database management system (RDBMS)
Hands-on experience at the level of:
Course 925, SQL Programming Language Introduction, or
Course 2226, Oracle Database 12c Introduction
A sound knowledge at the level of:
Course 493, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
This course is currently active on Oracle 12c on the Windows Server 2008, R2 platform
Virtual Instructed-Led Outline
Overview of Oracle Database 12c Administration
Configuring the instance and database
- Balancing user requirements and resources
- Ensuring database availability
Conceptualizing the Oracle 12c architecture
- Processing transactions with the Oracle 12c server
- Identifying types of processes, memory structures and files
Constructing an Oracle 12c Database
Creating the database
- Automating memory allocation with memory targets
- Establishing network connectivity
- Setting up control files and online redo log files
Starting and stopping the database
- Mounting and opening the database
- Authenticating connections having SYSDBA privilege
Automating administration with Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Cloud Control 12c
Evaluating the OEM architecture
- Navigating the graphical interface
- Comparing command-line and graphical techniques
Maintaining the database with OEM Cloud Control 12c
- Setting thresholds and generating alerts
- Managing privileges and roles
- Evaluating container and pluggable databases
Flashing Back Oracle 12c Data
Configuring UNDO tablespaces
- Setting UNDO retention targets
- Switching to an alternative UNDO tablespace
Monitoring and reversing changes to data
- Tracking changes to data values with row history
- Backing out user errors with Flashback Table
- Retrieving dropped tables from the recycle bin
- Implementing the Valid Time support feature
Managing Users and Resources
Establishing user accounts
- Authenticating users with Oracle 12c password validation
- Allocating space quotas and limiting resource usage
- Granting and revoking system and object privileges
- Simplifying privilege management with roles
- Capturing the use of privileges with dbms_privilege_capture
Performing Space Management
Building the storage hierarchy
- Configuring tablespaces and datafiles
- Handling sort data with temporary tablespaces
- Creating Oracle Managed Files
Structuring data and index segments
- Managing extents, blocks and large objects (LOB) storage
- Eliminating row migration with PCTFREE and Data Pump
- Conserving storage by compressing table data
- Regaining space by shrinking tables and indexes online
Partitioning for Performance and Administration
Creating partitioned and subpartitioned tables
- Evaluating range, list and hash partitioning methods
- Administering partitions with merge, split, add and drop
- Deploying partitioned tables based on virtual columns and referenced tables
Maintaining index partitions
- Comparing the performance and maintenance of local and global indexes
- Monitoring index partitions and rebuilding unusable indexes
- Limiting indexing of partitions with partial indexing
Building a Fault-Tolerant Database
Safeguarding the database
- Role of the redo log and control file
- Ensuring recovery using archiving
- Protecting and tracing the control file
Backing up the database and performing recovery
- Implementing user-managed hot and cold backups
- Restoring and recovering the entire database
- Recovering corrupted tablespaces
- Managing logical errors with flashback transaction back out
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||5 Days|
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