Training & Certifications

This Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Release 2 course explores the fundamentals of basic database administration. Expert Oracle University instructors will reinforce topics with structured hands-on practices that will prepare you for the corresponding Oracle Certified Associate exam. It ensure fast, reliable, secure and easy to manage performance. Optimize database workloads, lower IT costs and deliver a higher quality of service by enabling smooth and rapid consolidation within your Datacenter. Participants will also learn how to create an operational database and properly manage the various structures in an effective and efficient manner. This includes performance monitoring, database security, user management and backup/recovery techniques.

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  1. Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  2. Install and configure Oracle Database 11g
  3. Configure Oracle Net services
  4. Monitor and administer undo data
  5. Manage the database storage structures
  6. Create and administer user accounts
  7. Perform basic backup and recovery of a database
  8. Manage data concurrency
  9. Monitor performance
  10. Describe Oracle Database Architecture

This program is aimed for Database Administrators, Java Developer, Support Engineer, Technical Administrator, and Technical Consultant.

This program is 5 days of intensive training class.

Participants are required to have taken Oracle Introduction to SQL course or equivalent experience. It is recommended that participants also have taken Oracle PL/SQL course or equivalent.

At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Release 2 Exam.

Oracle Database 11g: Administration Certified Associate Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from Oracle. This certification is a pathway towards getting Oracle Certified Professional.

  1. Oracle Database Architecture Overview
  2. Oracle ASM Architecture Overview
  3. Process Architecture
  4. Memory structrues
  5. Logical and physical storage structures
  6. ASM storage components
  1. Tasks of an Oracle Database Administrator
  2. Tools Used to Administer an Oracle Database
  3. Installation: System Requirements
  4. Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
  5. Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  6. Installing Oracle Database Software
  7. Silent Install
  1. Planning the Database
  2. Using the DBCA to Create a Database
  3. Password Management
  4. Creating a Database Design Template
  5. Using the DBCA to Delete a Database
  1. Start and stop the Oracle database and components
  2. Use Oracle Enterprise Manager
  3. Access a database with SQLPlus
  4. Modify database installation parameters
  5. Describe the stages of database startup
  6. Describe database shutdown options
  7. View the alert log
  8. Access dynamic performance views
  1. Set up initialization parameter files for ASM instance
  2. Start up and shut down ASM instances
  3. Administer ASM disk groups
  1. Use Enterprise Manager to create and configure the Listener
  2. Enable Oracle Restart to monitor the listener
  3. Use tnsping to test Oracle Net connectivity
  4. Identify when to use shared servers and when to use dedicated servers
  1. Storage Structures
  2. How Table Data Is Stored
  3. Anatomy of a Database Block
  4. Space Management in Tablespaces
  5. Tablespaces in the Preconfigured Database
  6. Actions with Tablespaces
  7. Oracle Managed Files (OMF)
  1. Database User Accounts
  2. Predefined Administrative Accounts
  3. Benefits of Roles
  4. Predefined Roles
  5. Implementing Profiles
  1. Data Concurrency
  2. Enqueue Mechanism
  3. Resolving Lock Conflicts
  4. Deadlocks
  1. Data Manipulation
  2. Transactions and Undo Data
  3. Undo Data Versus Redo Data
  4. Configuring Undo Retention
  1. Describe DBA responsibilities for security
  2. Enable standard database auditing
  3. Specify audit options
  4. Review audit information
  5. Maintain the audit trail
  1. Manage optimizer statistics
  2. Manage the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
  3. Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
  4. Describe and use the advisory framework
  5. Set alert thresholds
  6. Use server-generated alerts
  7. Use automated tasks
  1. Performance Monitoring
  2. Managing Memory Components
  3. Enabling Automatic Memory Management (AMM)
  4. Automatic Shared Memory Advisor
  5. Using Memory Advisors
  6. Dynamic Performance Statistics
  7. Troubleshooting and Tuning Views
  8. Invalid and Unusable Objects
  1. Part of Your Job
  2. Statement Failure
  3. User Error
  4. Understanding Instance Recovery
  5. Phases of Instance Recovery
  6. Using the MTTR Advisor
  7. Media Failure
  8. Archive Log Files
  1. Backup Solutions: Overview
  2. Oracle Secure Backup
  3. User-Managed Backup
  4. erminology
  5. Recovery Manager (RMAN)
  6. Configuring Backup Settings
  7. Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File
  8. Monitoring the Flash Recovery Area
  1. Opening a Database
  2. Data Recovery Advisor
  3. Loss of a Control File
  4. Loss of a Redo Log File
  5. Data Recovery Advisor
  6. Data Failures
  7. Listing Data Failures
  8. Data Recovery Advisor Views
  1. Describe ways to move data
  2. Create and use directory objects
  3. Use SQL*Loader to move data
  4. Use external tables to move data
  5. General architecture of Oracle Data Pump
  6. Use Data Pump export and import to move data
  1. Use the Enterprise Manager Support Workbench
  2. Work with Oracle Support
  3. Log service requests (SR)
  4. Manage patches

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