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Duration: 
5 Days - £1995
Course ID: 
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course is designed to give the Oracle database administrator practical experience in setting up, administering and troubleshooting an Oracle 11g Release 1 or Release 2 database. Database administrators will gain an understanding of the architecture and processes of the Oracle database server. They will be able to ensure the integrity and availability of a company's data within the Oracle environment.

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I



Duration

5 days


Course Overview

The Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I course is designed to give the Oracle database administrator practical experience in setting up, administering and troubleshooting an Oracle 11g Release 1 or Release 2 database. Database administrators will gain an understanding of the architecture and processes of the Oracle database server. They will be able to ensure the integrity and availability of a company's data within the Oracle environment. They will be able to monitor the performance of the database and perform basic backup and recovery of the database.
This Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I course is suitable for users of both Release 1 and Release 2.


Course Objectives

The delegate will practise:
•    Installing and Configuring Oracle
•    Creating and Managing an Oracle Database
•    Administering an Oracle Database
•    Configuring the Oracle Network Environment
•    Creating and Managing Database Storage Structures
•    Managing Redo Log Files and Control Files
•    Managing Schema Objects
•    Managing Users, Profiles, Privileges and Roles
•    Managing Undo Data and Temporary Segments
•    Monitoring and Resolving Lock Conflicts
•    Maintaining Database Security
•    Monitoring the Performance of the Database
•    Loading and Unloading Data
•    Backing Up and Recovering the Database


Target Audience

The Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I course anyone who needs to administer, monitor and support an Oracle 11g database. The Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I course is also suitable for personnel who need to administer, monitor and support an Oracle Database 11g Release 1 or Release 2 database.


Examinations

This course covers the main topics of the Oracle exam #1Z0-052 Oracle Database 11g: Administration I.
Exams are not included as part of the course.
Before taking any exam, ensure you have the recommended experience. The Oracle website lists all exam requirements and these are updated regularly.


Prerequisites

Delegates who wish to attend the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 DBA - Part I course should have an understanding of relational database concepts and good operating system knowledge. They should have attended the Oracle SQL course or have a good working knowledge of Oracle SQL. Knowledge of PL/SQL would be beneficial.


Course Contents

DAY 1

Course Introduction
Administration and Course Materials
Course Structure and Agenda
Delegate and Trainer Introductions

Session 1: INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE DATABASE 11g
Relational database concepts
Database administration tasks
DBA responsibilities

Session 2: ORACLE DATABASE 11g ARCHITECTURE
Oracle database architecture
The Oracle instance
Memory structures
Background processes
Server and client processes
The Oracle database
Overview of Oracle ASM architecture

Session 3: INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION OF AN ORACLE DATABASE
System Hardware Requirements
Optimal Flexible Architecture
Authentication methods for a database
Oracle environment variables
Install Oracle software using the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
Silent Install
Use the database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)
Create a database with DBCA
Manage a database with DBCA
Delete a database with DBCA
Manage Templates using DBCA        

Session 4: ADMINISTER A DATABASE INSTANCE
Administrative tools available to a DBA
Using SQL*Plus in Oracle to manage a database
Administer the database using Enterprise Manager (EM)
Start and stop the EM Database Console
Access EM
EM navigation
Grant EM administrative privileges to a user
Overview of Oracle Restart

Session 5: CONFIGURE THE ORACLE NETWORK ENVIRONMENT
Overview of network configuration
Oracle Net Listener configuration and management
Oracle Net Naming methods
Tools for configuring and managing the Oracle network
Use Enterprise Manager to create and configure the Listener
Configure client connections with Net Manager
View listener configuration
Start and stop the Oracle listener
Enable Oracle Restart to monitor the listener
Use TNSPING to test Oracle Net connectivity
Connect to the database
Configure Net Services with Enterprise Manager
Overview of Dedicated Server architecture
Overview of Shared Server architecture
Identify when to use Shared Servers and when to use Dedicated Servers


DAY 2


Session 6: MANAGE AN ORACLE INSTANCE
Access an Oracle database
Database authentication methods
Password file
The Startup Process
The Shutdown Process
Initialization parameters
Shutdown a database and instance using SQL and EM
Startup a database and instance using SQL and EM
View alert log and trace files
View or modify initialization parameters with EM

Session 7: TABLESPACE AND DATAFILE MANAGEMENT
Overview of tablespaces and datafiles
Use EM to view the storage structure of the database
Create and alter tablespace commands
Locally managed tablespaces
Dictionary managed tablespaces
Bigfile tablespaces
Temporary tablespaces
Multiple temporary tablespaces
Create tablespaces
Manage tablespaces
Use standard and non-standard block sizes
Create and manage tablespaces using OMF
Drop tablespace command        

Session 8: MANAGE REDO LOGS

Redo log overview
Plan redo logs
Redo log data dictionary tables
Log switches and checkpoints
Log file maintenance
Add and drop log file members and groups
Clear a log file
Move or rename an online redo log file
Multiplex redo log files
Use EM to manage redo logs
Manage online redo log files with OMF
List redo log information

Session 9: MANAGE CONTROL FILES
The usage of the control file
The contents of a control file
Manage control files
Replace a lost or damaged control file
Mirror a control file
Standby control file
Manage control files with OMF
List control file information


DAY 3


Session 10: MANAGE SCHEMA OBJECTS
Create a new table
View the attributes and contents of a table
Understand data integrity
Define constraints
Alter tables
Create indexes
View index attributes
Create views
Create and use sequences

Session 11: MANAGE USERS
Database administration accounts
User accounts
Create a user account
Operating system authentication
Change a user's password
Manage a user account
Drop a user account
Monitor user information
Terminate user sessions
Product user profiles        

Session 12: MANAGE PROFILES AND RESOURCES
Overview of user profiles
Profile resource parameters
Create profile command
Manage passwords with profiles
Control resource usage with profiles
Maintain profiles
Drop profiles

Session 13: MANAGING PRIVILEGES
Database access
Oracle supplied roles
System level privileges
Object level privileges
The grant and revoke commands
Create roles
Modify and drop roles
Control the availability of roles
Use predefined roles
Synonyms
Listing valid grants

Session 14: DATABASE AUDITING
Overview of database auditing
Auditing SYS statements
Auditing end user sessions
Statement auditing
Privilege auditing
Auditing modifications made to database objects
Audit table relocation
Auditing from Enterprise Manager


DAY 4


Session 15: UNDO MANAGEMENT
Undo data overview
Monitor and administer undo
Configure undo retention
Switch undo tablespaces
Specify the retention period
Guarantee undo retention
Retention period for flashback queries
View undo space information
Use the undo advisor
Size the undo tablespace
Manage undo with EM

Session 16: MOVING DATA
Create directory objects
Data Pump Export and Import
•    Data Pump architecture
•    Data Pump data dictionary views
•    Data Pump interactive mode
•    Data Pump API
•    Use Data Pump to export data
•    Use Data Pump to import data
SQL Loader
•    Overview of SQL Loader
•    Command line parameters
•    Record filtering
•    Control file keywords
•    Datafiles
•    SQL Loader data paths        

Session 17: OVERVIEW OF MANAGING AN ASM INSTANCE
Overview of Automatic Storage Management
ASM Storage Components
Set up initialization files for an ASM instance
Startup and Shutdown ASM Instances
Administer ASM disk groups
Administer ASM Files

Session 18: DATA CONCURRENCY AND LOCK CONFLICTS
Levels of locking in Oracle
Methods used to acquire locks
Possible causes of contention
Deadlocks
Prevent locking problems
Detect lock contention
Resolve conflicts in an emergency


DAY 5


Session 19: PROACTIVE DATABASE MAINTENANCE
Self Monitoring Architecture
Automatic Workload Repository
Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitoring
Monitor an Oracle database
Use the Advisors
Set up notification rules

Session 20: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
Tuning information sources
Identify unusable objects
Optimizer Statistics collection
Automated statistics collection
Performance metrics
Use the advisors
React to performance issues

Session 21: BACKUP AND RECOVERY CONSIDERATIONS
Oracle Backup solutions
Overview of Oracle Secure Backup
Oracle Suggested Backup Strategy
Database backup, restore and recover
Types of failure
Tune instance recovery
Checkpoints, redo log files and archive log files
Alter the ARCHIVELOG mode of a database
Configure a database for recoverability        

Session 22: DATABASE BACKUPS
Types of RMAN backup
Backup sets and image copies
Perform backups using EM
Automate database backups
Configure backup settings
Catalog settings
Monitor the flash recovery area
Manage backups

Session 23: DATABASE RECOVERY
Restore and recovery operations
Recover an entire database from backup
Recover from the loss of a system critical data file
Recover from the loss of a control file
Recover from the loss of a redo log file
Data Recovery Advisor

Session 24: ENHANCE THE CAPABILITIES OF THE DATABASE
Enterprise Manager Support Workbench
Register for security updates
Work with Oracle support
Log Service Requests
Manage patches

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