Online Course: Certificate Course On Oracle DBA

Online Course: Certificate Course On Oracle DBA

Oracle DBAs is for capacity planning, evaluate database server hardware, and manage all aspects of an Oracle database including installation, configuration, design, and data migration.

course at a glance

  • Date : 25 Sep - 7 Nov 2020
  • No. of Classes/ Sessions : 33
  • Total Hours : 100
  • Last Date of Registration : 24 Sep 2020
  • Class Schedule :
    • Saturday - 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Friday - 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • venue : Online Training Platform

Price: TK. 10,000
(Excluding VAT & TAX)
Promotional Offer BDT 8,000 (Valid till 17th September,2020)

Course Outline:

Introduction to SQL/Fundamental SQL

  • Introduction
  • Tools used for Develop query: PL/SQL Developer, SQL Developer, Command Line
  • Install and Configure Standalone Database in Linux and Windows both.
  • Brief Directory Structure of Oracle Database.
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Retrieving Data using the SQL SELECT Statement
  • Restricting and Sorting Data
  • Using Single-Row Functions to Customize Output
  • Using Conversion Functions and Conditional Expressions
  • Reporting Aggregated Data Using the Group Functions
  • Displaying Data from Multiple Tables Using Joins
  • Using Subqueries to Solve Queries
  • Using the SET Operators
  • Managing Tables using DML statements
  • Introduction to Data Definition Language
  • Introduction to Data Dictionary Views
  • Creating Sequences, Synonyms, Indexes
  • Creating Views
  • Managing Schema Objects
  • Retrieving Data by Using Subqueries
  • Manipulating Data by Using Subqueries
  • Controlling User Access
  • Manipulating Data
  • Managing Data in Different Time Zones

Course Objectives: Oracle 12c Administration Workshop I

By the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Installing Oracle Software
  • Creating an Oracle Database Using DBCA
  • Managing Database instances and ASM instances
  • Managing and controlling database network environment
  • Define and devise transaction management, concurrency control, crash recovery components
  • Managing storage structures
  • Controlling user security
  • Designing Database backup and recovery procedures
  • Take Decisions related with Database Maintenance

Course Outline Short: Oracle 12c Administration Workshop II

  • Oracle Database Architecture
  • Database installation and creation. (use DBCA)
  • Managing Database instances and ASM instances
  • Oracle Network environment
  • Database storage structures
  • User security
  • Concurrency control
  • Database auditing
  • Database maintenance
  • Crash Recovery

Detailed Course Outline: Administration I

  • Oracle Linux, Environment Variables and Partitions
    • Install Oracle Linux
    • Set Environment Variables
    • Configure Network
    • Multipath Configuration
    • Create user, group and permissions
  • Installing Oracle Software
    • Installing Configure Grid
    • Configure ASM Disk
    • Install and Configure Database using ASM Disks

 

  • Creating an Oracle Database Using DBA
  • Exploring the Oracle Database Architecture
    • Connecting to a server
    • Oracle Database Server Architecture
    • Instance: Database Configurations
    • Memory Structures – SGA
    • Memory structures – Shared Pool
    • Memory Structures – Buffer Cache
    • Memory Structures – Redo Log Buffer
    • Memory Structures – Large Pool
    • Memory Structures – Java Pool/Streams Pool
    • Memory Structures – PGA
    • Memory Structures – Streams Pool
    • Process Structures
    • Background Processes –  Database Writer Process (DBWn)
    • Background Processes – Log Writer Process (LGR)
    • Background Processes – Checkpoint Process (CKPT)
    • Background Processes – System Monitor Process (SMON)
    • Background Processes – Process Monitor Process (PMON)
    • Background Processes – Recoverer Process
    • Background Processes – Archiver Process (ARCn)
    • Process Startup Sequence
    • Database Storage Architecture
    • Logical and Physical Storage Structures
    • Segments, Extents and Blocks
    • Table Space and Data Files
    • SYSTEM and SYSAUX Table Space
    • ASM storage components
    • Interacting with an Oracle Database

 

  • Managing Database Instance
    • Database initialization parameters modification
    • Stages of database startup
    • Database shutdown modes and options
    • Alert log
    • Using Trace Files
    • Dynamic performance views
    • Data Dictionary views
    • Data dictionary from SQL Expert

 

  • Managing ASM instances
    • Benefits of using ASM
    • ASM instance processes and parameters
    • Interaction between database instances and ASM
    • ASM instance dynamic performance views
    • ASM system privileges
    • ASM disk groups
    • ASM disks
    • Allocation units
    • ASM files
    • Extent Maps
    • Striping granularity
    • Fine-Grained Striping
    • ASM Failure groups
    • Stripe and mirror example
    • Failure example
    • Managing disk groups
    • Adding disk to disk groups
    • Alter commands
    • ASM disk group compatibility
    • Disk Group Attributes
    • ASM Fast Mirror Resync Overview

 

  • Managing and Controlling Database Network Environment
    • Creating additional listeners
    • Creating Oracle Net Service aliases
    • Configuring connect-time failover
    • Controlling the Oracle Net Listener
    • Using tnsping to test Oracle Net connectivity
    • Shared servers versus dedicated servers

 

  • Define and Devise Transaction Management, Concurrency Control, Crash Recovery Components

 

  • Transactions
    • Properties (ACID Rules)
    • Life Cycle
  • Concurrency Control
    • Why do we need concurrency control?
    • Types of concurrency control mechanisms
    • Basic samples
  • Crash Recovery Components
    • Undo and Redo Operations
    • Examples for different component behaviors
  • Deadlocks

 

  • Managing Data Concurrency
    • Locking Mechanism
    • Oracle data concurrency management
    • Enque Mechanism
    • Monitoring and Resolving Locking conflicts Managing Undo Data
    • DML and Undo data generation
    • Monitoring and administer undo data and redo data
    • Configuring undo retention
    • Undo retention guarantee
    • Undo advisor

 

  • Managing Storage Structures
    • Storage of table row data in blocks
    • Oracle-Managed Files (OMF)
    • Enlarging the database

 

  • Controlling User Security
    • Create and Manage database user accounts:
      • Authenticate Users
      • Assign default storage areas (tablespaces)
    • Administer Authentication
    • Grant and revoke privileges (system and object privileges)
    • Create and manage roles
    • Predefined roles
    • Create and manage profiles:
      • Implement standard password security features
      • Control resource usage by users
    • Supplied password verification function
    • Assigning quotas to users
    • Principle of least privilege
    • Protect privileged accounts

 

  • Implementing Oracle Database Auditing
    • DBA responsibilities for security and auditing
    • Standard database auditing
    • DBA responsibilities for security and auditing
    • Standard database auditing
    • Specifying audit options
    • Audit information
    • Value-based auditing
    • Fine-Grained Auditing
    • FGA Guidelines
    • SYSDBA Auditing
    • Maintaining the audit trail
    • Oracle Audit Vault

 

  • Performance Management
    • Use Enterprise Manager to monitor performance
    • Use Automatic Memory Management (AMM)
    • Use the Memory Advisor to size memory buffers
    • View performance-related dynamic views
    • Troubleshoot invalid and unusable objects

 

  • Designing Database Backup and Recovery Procedures
    • Backup and Recovery Concepts
      • Types of failure that can occur in an Oracle database (statement/user process/network/User/Instance failures)
      • Flashback Technology
      • Ways to tune instance recovery (Redo Log files/Log Writer)
      • Using MTTR Advisor
      • Media failure
      • Configuring recoverability
      • Configuring the fast recovery area
      • Checkpoints, redo log files, and archive log files
      • Achiever process
      • Configuring ARCHIVELOG mode
    • Performing Database Backups
      • Consistent database backups
      • Oracle Secure Backup
      • User Managed Backup
      • Recovery Manager (RMAN)
      • Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File
    • Performing Database Recovery
      • Opening a Database
      • Keeping a Database Open
      • Loss of Control file/Redo Log file/data file /noncritical data file /system _critical data file
      • Data failure examples
      • Data recovery advisor
      • Recovery:
        • Control File
        • Redo log File
        • Data File
      • Moving Data
        • Ways to move data
        • Directory Objects
        • Using SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle Database (user files)
        • Using external tables to move data via platform-independent files
        • General architecture of Oracle Data Pump
        • Using Data Pump Export and Import to move data between Oracle Databases
      • Take Decisions Related with Database maintenance
        • Managing optimizer statistics
        • Preferences for Gathering Statistics
        • Managing the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
        • Statistic Levels
        • Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
        • Advisory framework
        • Automated Maintenance Tasks
        • Server-generated alerts
        • Setting alert thresholds
        • Reacting to alerts
        • Alert types and clearing Alerts
      • Enterprise Manager Support Workbench
        • My Oracle Support
        • Log Service Requests (SR)
        • Manage Patches
          • Apply a patch
          • Stage a patch
        • Oracle Restart

Course Objectives: Administration II

By the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Advance RMAN Backup and Recovery
  • Oracle Flashback Technologies
  • Hands on Advance Performance Tuning
  • Oracle High Availability Technologies
  • Oracle Supported Application Servers and REST Data Services
  • Oracle Replication and Duplication

Course Outline Short: Administration II

  • Core Concepts and Tools of the Oracle Database
  • Configuring for Recoverability
  • Using the RMAN Recovery Catalog
  • Configuring Backup Settings
  • Creating Backups with RMAN
  • Restore and Recovery Task
  • Using RMAN to Perform Recovery
  • Monitoring and Tuning RMAN
  • Diagnosing the Database
  • Using Flashback Technology I
  • Using Flashback Technology II
  • Performing Flashback Database
  • Managing Memory
  • Managing Database Performance
  • Managing Performance by SQL Tuning
  • Managing Resources
  • Automating Tasks with the Scheduler
  • Managing Space in Blocks
  • Managing Space in Segments
  • Managing Space for the Database
  • Duplicating a Database

Curriculum

Training On Online Course: Certificate Course On Oracle DBA 100 Hrs

Tentative Class Start

25th September, 2020

Available Seat

10 / 30

who can join

Who can attend:

  • Students
  • Administrators
  • Database Administrator
  • IT Professionals
  • Project Managers

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