Oracle Database Administration

PT27138
Summary
This course provides students with the skills needed to administer and maintain an Oracle database. Included in the course are detailed instructions on the facilities available for database design, administration, and daily operation including user management and logical backup and recovery. The issues involved in creating a new instance and database are also presented. The Data Dictionary is examined in detail to create an awareness among participants of the wealth of system information available to the informed user of the system. Dynamic performance tables are also examined to provide access to additional information about a database and instance. Numerous workshops serve to reinforce and expand upon topics presented during lectures. This course can be taught for any Oracle version, including Oracle 18c.
Prerequisites
Introduction to Oracle SQL or equivalent experience.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Database Administrators responsible for the administration of an Oracle database.
Topics
  • Overview of Oracle Architecture
  • Manageability Features
  • Tablespaces & Data Files
  • User Administration
  • Tables
  • Indexes
  • Clusters
  • Documenting Objects
  • Synonyms
  • Sequences
  • Views
  • Managing UNDO Data
  • Utilities
  • Resumable Space Allocation
  • Oracle 18c New Features

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