Oracle Database

Database Introduction:

  • What is the Oracle database?
  • How does it function?
  • Pre-requisites, Oracle database, multiple non-CDB’s shares nothing
  • Oracle Database 12c installation, multi-tenant architecture
  • Non-CDB oracle system data mixed with user data
  • Multitenant container database, pluggable database

Oracle Database 12c Architecture:

  • The Architecture of Oracle server
  • The key components – Oracle Instance and Oracle Database
  • The various file types – data files, control files, redo log files, benefits of CDB
  • Easier management of the database, support for Oracle database resource manager,
  • pluggable database (PDB), database instance
  • Contents of CDB and pluggable DB, control files and redo log files
  • Shared Oracle supplied metadata, root container, data dictionary
  • Creation of PDB’s, seed PDB, limit PDB

Oracle Storage Structure:

  • The basics of Oracle Storage structures
  • Logical storage units like tablespaces, data blocks, extents, and segments
  • Database Schemas, Schema Objects
  • Operating System blocks, table statement and way to check “create table”
  • The instance, the CDB, containers, root containers, PDB
  • Local user and common user, local privileges and common privileges
  • Steps to create a container database
  • Creating a container database using SQLplus
  • Database configuration assistance

Memory and Process Architecture:

  • The Oracle Instance consists of background processes and memory structures
  • Learn about the Oracle process and memory architecture, shared pool, redo log buffer and buffer cache
  • Different methods of creating PDB
  • Steps involved in PDB, using PDB$SEED, without FILE_NAME_CONVERT, synchronization
  • Plug a non-CDB to CDB, plug a non-CDB into CDB using DBMS_PDB, clone PDBS, plug and

un-plug, plug unplugged CDB in to CDB


Alert and Trace Files:

  • The Oracle background process errors can be monitored using the Trace Files and Alert Logs
  • Learn how this can be deployed for Oracle Administration and support

Database Startup and User Requests:

  • The methodology of starting a database instance, initializing parameter files, preparing

for startup, serving user requests

  • Understanding of the Server process and user process
  • Administrative activities on PDB, new views associated with PDBS
  • Determining which PDB you are in, four functions, opening, closing, and altering the open mode of PDBS
  • Setting the default and temporary tables places for a PDB
  • Using the alter system command from within a PDB
  • Instance parameter change impact

Managing Data with ILM:

  • What is automatic data optimization, heat map, and ADO?
  • DBA Heat map Segment view, monitoring statistics
  • Creating Compression Policies, Creating storage tiering policy, Preparing evolution and execution

Hands-on Lab:

  • Automatic Data Optimization, Reduction Policies, Alter Policy

Database Security:

  • Learn about the powerful Oracle database security features
  • Data privacy, regulatory compliance, “create user” process, altering and dropping users
  • Generating profiles and limiting resources, auditing
  • Activity monitoring and blocking

Database Schema Objects:

  • Understanding of Database Schema objects
  • The various types available like views, tables, clusters, indexes, sequence, database links,
  • packages, and procedures
  • Learning how data is stored in database tables
  • Creating temporary tables and external tables


Database Resource Manager:

  • Resource manager. Resource manager and pluggable database
  • Managing resource between PDBs, CDB resource plan basics: share
  • CDB resource plan basics: Limit
  • Creating a CDB resource plan
  • Creating a CDB resource plan: SQL example
  • Enabling a CDBresource plan, managing PDB resource plan

Deep Dive into Schema Objects:

  • Mastering the database Schema objects
  • Learning Materialized View
  • Deploying user-generated schema object for generating a sequence
  • The balanced search tree index structure for placing and locating files
  • Learn about data concurrency and data consistency in multi-user databases
  • The concepts of Locking and Deadlocks

Oracle Network Environment:

  • Study the client/server Network Environment, configuring the network
  • Connecting to the database
  • The Oracle Network Environment and database link
  • Starting up an instance, SHOUT DOWN, NOMOUNT, MOUNT, OPEN, PDB, OPEN, clone PDBS

Oracle Backup and Recovery

  • Understand how Oracle database ecosystem backup and recovery is deployed
  • The database testing, database standby, Media recovery options, backup in offline mode
  • CDB backup and recover, archiving challenges and solutions, in data base archiving
  • Security and performance: audit architecture
  • Consolidation: a unique audit trail, extended audit information, data pump audit policy
  • New administrative privileges
  • New administrative privileges: SYSBACKUP
  • New administrative privileges: SYSDG
  • New administrative privileges: SYSKM

Oracle Recovery Manger

  • Learn the significance of Oracle Recovery Manager, how it deploys performance
  • Management and restoration of entire databases
  • Learn about SQL Loader, Oracle Data Pump for import and export and support for External Table

Data Dictionary and Dynamic Performance Tables:

  • The Oracle Data Dictionary contains information related to database privileges Objects, users, and roles
  • Learn Dynamic Performance Table for identifying instance-level problems
  • Get complete knowledge to work with Oracle DBA, connection access DBA
  • Data dictionary views, after CDB creation, alert log file
  • Provisioning new pluggable databases NOARCHIVELOG mode, media failure, flashback CDB, data dictionary views

Database Tuning:

  • Introduction to database tuning, ensuring higher throughput
  • Lowering response time of time-critical applications, optimizing the storage space
  • SQL scripts, deploying Index Selectivity
  • Index Statistics and Table Statistics for tuning the database
  • Understanding Oracle Chained Rows and Locks

Database Tuning Continued:

  • Deep diving into Oracle Database Tuning, shared pool tuning
  • Improving performance using Data Dictionary, tuning of Data Dictionary
  • Deploying PL/SQL code, code reuse, database buffer


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