Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II
This course takes the database administrator beyond the basic tasks covered in the first workshop. The student begins by gaining a much deeper understanding of possibly the most important job of a DBA – backup and recovery. The concepts and architecture that support backup and recovery, along with the steps of how to carry it out in various ways and situations, are covered in detail. This includes how to define and test your own backup and recovery scenarios. Also, the DBA learns how to manage memory effectively and how to perform some performance evaluation and tuning tasks, including using some of the advisors. All types of flashback technologies, scheduling jobs inside and outside of the database, and controlling system resource usage are also covered. Participants will learn to how to automate DBA tasks with the Scheduler, diagnose and repair data failures with Flashback technology, manage space to optimize database storage and to be able to respond to growing space requirements, monitor and manage major database components, and secure the availability of your database by appropriate backup and recovery strategies.
This course counts towards the Hands-on course requirement for the Oracle Database 11g Administrator Certification. Only instructor-led in class or instructor-led online formats of this course will meet the Certification hands-on Requirement. Self Study CD-Rom and Knowledge Center courses DO NOT meet the Hands-on Requirement
Oracle DBA Workshop II
This workshop is designed to prepare you for the corresponding Oracle Certified Associate exam.Participants need to attend TAG Oracle Workshop 1 & 11 and pass exams to qualify for our Oracle DBA 12 months job experience program
Who should attend?
Database Administrators, Developers, Support Staff, Technical Administrators and Technical Consultants
Before attending this course, students must have:
- Required Course: D50102GC20 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I DBA
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Back and recover a database (and its parts) with RMAN (command-line and Enterprise Manager)
- Use flashback technology to view past states of data and to revert either objects or the entire database back to a past state
- Use an appropriate and flexible memory configuration for your database
- Identify burdensome database sessions and poorly performing SQL
- Configure the Oracle Database for optimal recovery
- Configure the database instance such that resources are appropriately allocated among sessions and tasks
- Schedule jobs to run inside or outside of the database
- Use compression to optimize database storage and duplicate a database
When & where is it:
Sat 10 October 2020,Manhattan Office Park,Building 10, No. 16 Pieter Street, Highveld,Centurion
The course will run over 5 Saturdays from 9H00 – 16H00
Exams: – The examinations for Oracle DBA Workshop II are not included as a part of this course and will need to be purchased separately via Pearson Vue
Refreshments and lunch:
Tea and coffee will be supplied during tea times. A light variety cold platter lunch will be supplied. We unfortunately can not cater for special dietary needs over the weekends, please bring your own lunch if you have special dietary needs.
Training room size:
We train a maximum of 15 trainees per year unless there is high demand from our clients
- Only TAG Certified trainees will receive on the job experience for a period of 12 months where they will learn to do DBA tasks using tools and technologies
Tools & Technologies:
- Oracle 11g,12c 18c, 19c
- Golden gate
- Data guard
- Installation, support and maintenance of the oracle databases
- Ensuring availability and performance of the databases.
- Working with other teams to ensure that the associated hardware resources allocated to the databases are enough to ensure high availability and optimum performance.
- Implementing database changes as submitted by the development team.
- Installing and upgrading the database, client and application programs.
- Monitoring of the database.
- Controlling and monitoring user access to the database.
- Installing and maintaining oracle quarterly patches and releases.
- Execute data migration jobs and scripts as required.
- Assist the infrastructure team in sizing hardware used for the database.
- Create and maintain disaster recovery plans.
- Monitor performance and capacity aspects of the database.
- Ensure that storage, archiving, back-up and recovery procedures are functioning correctly.
- Support and collaborate with product developers.
- Creating primary database storage structures and objects.
- Contacting database vendor for technical support