Oracle 19c DBA
A database administrator can control the use of the database by allocating usernames and passwords and allocating disk space for users at the system level, as well as operations allowed on individual database objects at the database level.
What will you learn?
- Learn about the Oracle Database Architecture.
- Create and manage an Oracle Database Instance.
- Create and manage Storage Structures.
- Configure the Oracle Network Environment.
- Create and manage users.
- Monitor the database and manage performance.
- Develop backup and recovery procedures to address your business needs.
- Implement backup and recovery settings and perform backup operations to disk and tape.
- Employ Oracle Database recovery procedures to recover from media and other failures.
- Diagnose and repair data failures.
- Use Flashback Technologies and data duplication to complement backup and recovery procedures.
- Secure the availability of your database by appropriate backup and recovery strategies.
- Understand the multitenant architecture.
- Create and manage a multitenant container database and pluggable databases.
- Understand regular and application pluggable databases.
- Manage storage within a multitenant container database and pluggable databases.
- Manage security within a multitenant container database and regular and application pluggable databases
Who should go for this training?
The following professionals can go for this course:
- Database Administrator
What are the pre-requisites for this Course?
- Oracle SQL and Linux Basics
- Create and manage database user accounts:
- Grant and revoke privileges
- Create and manage roles & profiles
- Describe the storage of table row data in blocks
- Create and manage tablespaces & obtain information
- Describe the locking mechanism and how Oracle manages concurrency
- Monitor and resolve locking conflicts
- Explain DML and undo data generation
- Monitor and administer undo data
- Describe the difference between undo data and redo data
- Configure undo retention & Guarantee undo retention
- Enable temporary undo, Use the Undo Advisor
- Create Listeners, Net Service aliases
- Use the Listener Control Utility to manage Oracle Net Listener
- Use tnsping to test Oracle Net connectivity
- Identify when to use shared servers and when to use dedicated servers
- Configure and manage RMAN settings, Configure FRA
- Configure the control files & redo log files for recoverability
- Configure ARCHIVELOG mode and the archived redo log files for recoverability
- Describe Oracle backup solutions, RMAN backup types
- Describe, compare, and determine your backup strategy
- Schedule backups accordingly, perform whole backups
- Compress backups, Use media manager
- Create multi-section backups of very large files
- Create proxy copies, duplexed backup sets, archival backups
- Back up other files:
- Back up a control file to trace
- Back up archived redo log files, ASM metadata
- Catalog additional backup files
- Detect and repair database corruption
- Use the Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR)
- Analyze instance recovery with ADRCI
- Use the Data Recovery Advisor
- Perform the appropriate type of restore and recovery
- Recover from media failures in data files
- Perform complete and incomplete or “point-in-time” recoveries
- Distinguish and describe point-in-time recovery (PITR) of table, tablespace, and database
- List what operations occur when you perform a point-in-time recovery
- Determine the correct target time for the point-in-time recovery
- Perform automated TSPITR, Perform table recovery from backups
- Describe Flashback Database architecture
- Configure your database to support Flashback Database
- List the purposes and create duplicate database with RMAN
- Duplicate a database based on a running instance
- Enterprise Manager to monitor performance
- Automatic Memory Management (AMM)
- The Memory Advisor to size memory buffers
- Configure the Database Resource Manager
- Access and create resource plans, Create consumer groups
- Map consumer groups to plans, Activate a resource plan
- Monitor the Resource Manager
- Automating Tasks by Using Oracle Scheduler
- Describe the multitenant architecture
- Describe the root and pluggable database containers
- Differentiate the root from a pluggable database
- Explain pluggable database plugging
- List impacts in various areas
- Connections to CDB / PDB, Start up and shut down a CDB
- Open and close PDBs
- Change the different modes and settings of PDBs
- Evaluate the impact of parameter value changes
- Perform CDB and PDB backups
- Recover CDB and PDB from essential file loss
- Perform flashback database
- Describe the new RMAN enhancements
- Perform cross-platform data transport
- Use Table Recovery
- Start and stop the Oracle database instance and components
- Modify database initialization parameters
- Describe the stages of database startup & shutdown options
- Access dynamic performance views & view alert log
- List the major architectural components of Oracle Database
- Explain memory structures and background processes
- Correlate logical and physical storage structure
- Describe pluggable databases
- Describe DBA responsibilities for security and auditing
- Enable and create unified auditing policies
- Maintain the audit trail
- Explain the general architecture of Oracle Data Pump
- Describe ways to move data, Create and use directory objects
- Use Data Pump Export and Import to move data between Oracle DBs
- Use SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle DB (or user files)
- Use external tables to move data via platform-independent files
- Describe database architecture as it relates to backup and recovery
- Describe NOARCHIVELOG mode & tools for backup and recovery
- Perform basic backup and recovery
- Describe the use of the RMAN recovery catalog, Create Catalog
- Register a database in the RMAN recovery catalog
- Perform full and incremental backups
- Use Oracle-suggested backup strategy, Report and manage backups
- Begin refining your basic backups:
- Configure Block Change tracking, Perform incremental level backups
- Recover an incremental level 0 backup with level 1 incremental
- Describe and create RMAN-encrypted backups
- Use Transparent-mode, Password-mode & Dual-mode encryption
- Understand how to employ the best Oracle Database recovery technology for your failure situation
- Describe instance or crash recovery
- Describe complete and point-in-time recovery
- Describe recovery through RESETLOGS
- Recover from the loss of the server parameter file
- Recover from control file and redo log file failures
- Re-create the password authentication file
- Recover index and read-only tablespaces
- Review the automatic recovery of the tempfile
- Describe the basic procedure of restoring the database to a new host
- Understand flashback technologies from various types of errors
- Configure your database to use flashback technologies
- Perform flashback query, version query, transaction backout
- Perform flashback table, recycle bin, flashback data archive
- Transport tablespaces between databases by using image copies or backup sets
- Transport databases by using data files or backup sets
- Manage the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
- Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
- Describe and use the advisory framework
- Set alert thresholds, Use server-generated alerts
- Manage optimizer statistics
- Use the SQL Tuning Advisor to:
- Identify SQL statements that are using the most resources
- Tune SQL statements that are using the most resources
- Use the SQL Access Advisor to tune a workload
- Describe how the Oracle Database server automatically manages space
- Save space by using compression
- Control deferred segment creation & Use the Segment Advisor
- Reclaim wasted space using the segment shrink
- Manage resumable space allocation
- Configure and create a CDB, Create a PDB from PDB$SEED
- Plug or clone a non-CDB into a CDB
- Clone a local or remote PDB into a CDB
- Unplug and plug a PDB from one CDB to another CDB
- Explore the instance and structure of PDBs
- Migrate a pre-12.1 non-CDB database to CDB
- Permanent & temporary tablespaces in CDB and PDBs
- Common and local users, roles and privileges
- Describe activity tracking with Heat Map
- Describe Automatic Data Optimization
- Use views and procedures to monitor ADO
- Move a data file online, Move a partition online
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