Oracle DBA Online Training

Oracle Forms Online Training

  • ABOUT THE COURSE
    • Course Duration

      This course requires 50 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Training material is designed by highly proficient database specialists with over fifteen years of successful corporate experience.
      2. Instant access to the systems, servers and complete training course material
      3. Plenty of work opportunity on real time scenarios, database projects and cutting edge tools and technology
      4. Offers the highly recognized Oracle DBA certification on the successful completion of the course
      5. Live interactive and instructor led sessions allows students to interact with the faculty by way of verbal communication, chatting and sharing screen.

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      Candidate has to possess working knowledge of Oracle DBA 10g & 11g to pursue this course.

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      Oracle DBA online training is suited for system administrators and database application developers.

      Course Info

      Oracle DBA training provides an in-depth knowledge of the all the features of the Oracle database server which an object-relational database management system. This course explains the functioning of Oracle database server, architecture, management of Oracle database management system, networking, import and export, database backup, user management and recovery features. You are provided with better understanding of its concepts and practical application.

      Why NORTH TECH SYSTEMS?

      Oracle DBA online training course is designed in an elaborate manner with lots of illustrations to give a clear understanding to their students. Some of the amazing features are as follows:

      1. Training under the team of skilled trainers enables students to work efficiently in real-time scenarios.
      2. Online 24×7 technical support through phone, email or live chat sessions to solve all types of queries that may come across during the entire time span of the course.
      3. Aids students to grasp the full-fledged technical subject under the guidance and support of well trained and certified trainers.
      4. 100 % job placement at the end of successful completion of the online training course.
      5. Decent fee structure.
  • CURRICULUM
    • Oracle 10g DBA Online Training Course Content

      Introduction:

      1. Identify the oracle product.
      2. Describe the basic concept of a relational database.

      Installing oracle database 10g software:

      1. System requirements.
      2. Use Oracle Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)
      3. Install software with the Oracle Universal Installer.

      Create an oracle database:

      1. Oracle Database Architecture.
      2. Oracle instance architecture.
      3. Use the management framework.
      4. Use the Database Creation Assistant.

      Controlling the database:

      1. Start and stop the agent
      2. Start and stop the enterprise manager database console
      3. Start and stop the listener
      4. Startup and shutdown the database

      Storage Structures

      1. Defining the tablespaces and data files
      2. Create tablespaces
      3. Manage tablespaces
      4. Obtain tablespace information
      5. Create and manage tablespace using oracle enterprises manager.

      Administering users:

      1. Create and manage database user accounts.
      2. Create and manage roles
      3. Grant and revoke privileges
      4. Control resource usage by users.

      Managing schema objects

      1. Create and modify tables
      2. Define constraints
      3. View the attributes of a table
      4. View the contents of a table
      5. Create indexes and views

      Managing Data

      1. Manipulating data through SQL
      2. Using Import
      3. Using Export
      4. Using SQL Loader

      PL/SQL

      1. Identify PL/SQL objects
      2. Understand triggers and triggering events
      3. Identify configuration options that affect PL/SQL performance

      Oracle Database Security

      1. Apply the principal of least privilege
      2. Manage default user accounts
      3. Implement standard password security features
      4. Audit database activity

      Oracle Net Services

      1. Understand Oracle Net concepts
      2. Use Oracle Net Manager to create and configure listeners
      3. Use the listener control utility to control the Oracle Net Listener
      4. Use the Oracle Net Manager to configure client and middle-tier connection
      5. Use TNSPING to test Oracle Net connectivity

      Oracle Shared Server

      1. Understand when to use Oracle Shared Servers
      2. Configure Oracle Shared Servers
      3. Monitoring Shared Servers

      Performance Monitoring

      1. Troubleshoot invalid and unusable objects
      2. Gather optimizer statistics
      3. View performance metrics
      4. React to performance issues

      Proactive Maintenance: Objectives

      1. Set warning and critical alert thresholds
      2. Collect and use baseline metrics
      3. Use tuning and diagnostic advisors
      4. Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
      5. Manage the Automatic Workload Repository

      Undo Management

      1. Monitor and administer undo
      2. Configure undo retention
      3. Guarantee undo retention
      4. Use the undo advisor

      Monitoring and Resolving Lock Conflicts

      1. Detect and resolve lock conflicts
      2. Manage deadlocks

      Backup and Recovery

      1. Describe the basics of database backup, restore and recovery
      2. List the types of failure that may occur in an Oracle Database
      3. Describe ways to tune instance recovery
      4. Identify the importance of checkpoints, redo log files, and archived log file
      5. Configure ARCHIVELOG mode

      Database backups

      1. Create consistent database backups
      2. Back your database up without shutting it down
      3. Create incremental backups
      4. Automate database backups
      5. Monitor the flash recovery area

      Database Recovery

      1. Recover from loss of a control file
      2. Recover from loss of a redo log file
      3. Recover from loss of a data file

      Using Globalization Support

      1. Datetimes with Timezones
      2. Specifying Language-Dependent Behavior
      3. Locale Variants
      4. Linguistic Sorting
      5. Case and Accent Insensitive Sorts
      6. Linguistic Comparisons
      7. Obtaining Information about the Current NLS Configuration

      Diagnostic Sources

      1. The Alert Log
      2. Viewing Alerts with EM
      3. Alerts Notification
      4. Editing Thresholds
      5. Trace Files

      Recovering from non-critical losses

      1. Creating New Temporary Tablespace
      2. Recreating Redo Log Files
      3. Recovering an Index Tablespace
      4. Read-Only Tablespace Recovery
      5. Loss of Password Authentication File

      Automatic Storage Management

      1. ASM Concepts
      2. ASM General Architecture
      3. Creating an ASM instance
      4. Creating tablespaces that use ASM storage
      5. Viewing ASM information
      6. Migrating a tablespace to use ASM storage.

      Flashback database

      1. When to Use Flashback Technology
      2. Configuring Flashback Database
      3. Monitoring Flashback Database
      4. Best Practices for the Database and Flash Recovery Area
      5. Flash Recovery Area Space Usage
      6. Flashback Database Examples

      Monitoring and Managing Memory

      1. Oracle Memory Structures
      2. Automatic PGA Memory Management
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    • “The way they have designed and presented the course was highly impressive. I am happy to achieve much more than my expectation.” – Heena Jain
      “The support, constant motivation and extensive knowledge shared by the highly skilled and professional team were phenomenal.”- Satish Sen
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