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SR. DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR

Database Administrator Spectrum Softtech Solutions is looking for Senior MySQL Database Administrator to join our team. The profile of Sr. DBA include job responsibilities as; Job Profile The MySQL database administrator candidate will participate in the design, implementation, automation, optimization and ongoing administration of MySQL infrastructure and operations. Works hard to deliver top-notch support for all of the MySQL functionality, scalability, availability, performance and reliability for both in-house and cloud deployments. Designing, modeling, developing and supporting Database Management Systems (DBMS). Work with developers to design and optimize SQL queries and schema to participate in application deployments. Create and modify queries, stored procedures and scripts inside of MySQL Analyzing data requirements, data dictionaries, application and processing architectures, and database schema(s). Then design, develop, amend, optimize, and certify database schema(s) to meet system requirements. Coordinating day-to-day management, support, and troubleshooting activities of the team. Experience with database performance tuning and capacity planning. Provide database administration support, oversee environment management, monitor database health, resource planning, perform database upgrades and patching, backup/recovery, and make recommendations regarding enhancements and/or improvements Gather, analyze, and normalize relevant information related to and from business processes, functions, and operations to evaluate data credibility and determine relevance and meaning. Perform duties associated with data stewardship, data security, data integration, and data standards. Database mirroring and replications. Develop and manage daily operational procedures. Contribute to database planning efforts such as disaster recovery design, tool selection, warehousing and scaling initiatives Baseline activities include project management, development of best practices, repeatable procedures for deploying databases, day-to-day operational activities (break/fix, space management, backup/recovery and database replication setup/management). Create automated processes related to database administration, space management, security, monitoring, and performance Adhere to all required PCI/SDLC procedures, Ensuring database systems procedures adhere to regulatory requirements. Support required application maintenance windows, and support on-call. Perform installation, upgrades, and patching of database software. Troubleshoot and solve complex database problems through research, analysis and collaboration with team members. Desired candidate profile · 2+ years in database administration (DBA) with MySQL Database · Knowledge and experience of MySQL query’s, views and Store procedures, with a proven track record · Knowledge and experience in managing relational databases · Solid functional experience in Linux. · Good scripting ability and working knowledge of Shell Scripts · Strong organization, interpersonal, and team-leading skills · Strong multi-tasking abilities, ability to work under pressure, and make priority decisions, · Pro-active, dedicated, committed and responsible. Send your resume to or call
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SR. DATABASE ADMIN/ARCHITECT

Database Administrator Spectrum Softtech Solutions is looking for Senior MySQL Database Administrator to join our team. The profile of Sr. DBA include job responsibilities as; Job Profile The MySQL database administrator candidate will participate in the design, implementation, automation, optimization and ongoing administration of MySQL infrastructure and operations. Works hard to deliver top-notch support for all of the MySQL functionality, scalability, availability, performance and reliability for both in-house and cloud deployments. Designing, modeling, developing and supporting Database Management Systems (DBMS). Work with developers to design and optimize SQL queries and schema to participate in application deployments. Create and modify queries, stored procedures and scripts inside of MySQL Analyzing data requirements, data dictionaries, application and processing architectures, and database schema(s). Then design, develop, amend, optimize, and certify database schema(s) to meet system requirements. Coordinating day-to-day management, support, and troubleshooting activities of the team. Experience with database performance tuning and capacity planning. Provide database administration support, oversee environment management, monitor database health, resource planning, perform database upgrades and patching, backup/recovery, and make recommendations regarding enhancements and/or improvements Gather, analyze, and normalize relevant information related to and from business processes, functions, and operations to evaluate data credibility and determine relevance and meaning. Perform duties associated with data stewardship, data security, data integration, and data standards. Database mirroring and replications. Develop and manage daily operational procedures. Contribute to database planning efforts such as disaster recovery design, tool selection, warehousing and scaling initiatives Baseline activities include project management, development of best practices, repeatable procedures for deploying databases, day-to-day operational activities (break/fix, space management, backup/recovery and database replication setup/management). Create automated processes related to database administration, space management, security, monitoring, and performance Adhere to all required PCI/SDLC procedures, Ensuring database systems procedures adhere to regulatory requirements. Support required application maintenance windows, and support on-call. Perform installation, upgrades, and patching of database software. Troubleshoot and solve complex database problems through research, analysis and collaboration with team members. Desired candidate profile · 2+ years in database administration (DBA) with MySQL Database ·Knowledge and experience of MySQL query’s, views and Store procedures, with a proven track record · Knowledge and experience in managing relational databases ·Solid functional experience in Linux. · Good scripting ability and working knowledge of Shell Scripts · Strong organization, interpersonal, and team-leading skills ·Strong multi-tasking abilities, ability to work under pressure, and make priority decisions, ·Pro-active, dedicated, committed and responsible.
India

ORACLE DBA TRAINING IN HYDERABAD

Database Administrators (DBAs) are responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of computerized databases in today's organizations. The role also includes architecting, building and scaling databases for future data growth and capacity. They are also responsible for security, performance and availability of data to users and customers. All the above tasks are performed with the help of a Database Management System (DBMS) and the leading and most widely used DBMS across the world today are the Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database etc. Out of the three DBMS technologies, Oracle Database is the most popular and widely used database in the world today. Database Administrator Job Growth DBAs play an important and responsible role in every company's Information Technology (IT) department. PRE-REQUISITES: SQL, PL/SQL,LINUX. INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE Exploring the Oracle Database Architecture Creating an Oracle Database Managing the Database Instance Managing Database Storage Structures (Table spaces & Segments) Administering User Security Managing Data Concurrency Managing Undo Data Configuring the Oracle Network Environment Backup and Recovery Concepts (cold, hot & RMAN) Use of RMAN Recovery Catalog & Configuring Backup Settings Performing Database Backups with RMAN Performing Database Recovery Moving Data - Export & Import, External Tables & SQL Loader Using Flashback Technology I Using Flashback Technology II Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Database Maintenance Performance Management Managing Performance by SQL Tuning Diagnosing the Database Managing Space Managing Space for the Database Managing the ASM Instance Duplicating a Database / Cloning Database Data Guard Installing your Oracle Software Database Patches & Database Upgrades Introduction to Real Application Clusters OLTP vs OLAP Data modeling Snake-Flow diagram Dimensions and Facts IQD preparation IQD publishing Cube generation Cube publishing into portal Validations Adhoc reports Zero suppression reports Performance and Tuning with OLAP Backup and recovery in OLAP
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ORACLE DBA ONLINE TRAINING IN INDIA

Oracle DBA Training Course Database Administrators (DBAs) are responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of computerized databases in today's organizations. The role also includes architecting, building and scaling databases for future data growth and capacity. They are also responsible for security, performance and availability of data to users and customers. All the above tasks are performed with the help of a Database Management System (DBMS) and the leading and most widely used DBMS across the world today are the Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database etc. Out of the three DBMS technologies, Oracle Database is the most popular and widely used database in the world today. Database Administrator Job Growth DBAs play an important and responsible role in every company's Information Technology (IT) department. PRE-REQUISITES: SQL, PL/SQL,LINUX. INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE Exploring the Oracle Database Architecture Creating an Oracle Database Managing the Database Instance Managing Database Storage Structures (Table spaces & Segments) Administering User Security Managing Data Concurrency Managing Undo Data Configuring the Oracle Network Environment Backup and Recovery Concepts (cold, hot & RMAN) Use of RMAN Recovery Catalog & Configuring Backup Settings Performing Database Backups with RMAN Performing Database Recovery Moving Data - Export & Import, External Tables & SQL Loader Using Flashback Technology I Using Flashback Technology II Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Database Maintenance Performance Management Managing Performance by SQL Tuning Diagnosing the Database Managing Space Managing Space for the Database Managing the ASM Instance Duplicating a Database / Cloning Database Data Guard Installing your Oracle Software Database Patches & Database Upgrades Introduction to Real Application Clusters OLTP vs OLAP Data modeling Snake-Flow diagram Dimensions and Facts IQD preparation IQD publishing Cube generation Cube publishing into portal Validations Adhoc reports Zero suppression reports Performance and Tuning with OLAP Backup and recovery in OLAP If you want to know more about Oracle DBA Training do not hesitate to call +91-9393 002 123 or mail us on info@unitedglobalsoft.com
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

ORACLE DBA CLASSROOM TRAINING IN INDIA

ORACLE DBA TRAINING Oracle DBA Training Course Overview Database Administrators (DBAs) are responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of computerized databases in today's organizations. The role also includes architecting, building and scaling databases for future data growth and capacity. They are also responsible for security, performance and availability of data to users and customers. All the above tasks are performed with the help of a Database Management System (DBMS) and the leading and most widely used DBMS across the world today are the Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database etc. Out of the three DBMS technologies, Oracle Database is the most popular and widely used database in the world today. Database Administrator Job Growth DBAs play an important and responsible role in every company's Information Technology (IT) department. PRE-REQUISITES: SQL, PL/SQL,LINUX. INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE Exploring the Oracle Database Architecture Creating an Oracle Database Managing the Database Instance Managing Database Storage Structures (Table spaces & Segments) Administering User Security Managing Data Concurrency Managing Undo Data Configuring the Oracle Network Environment Backup and Recovery Concepts (cold, hot & RMAN) Use of RMAN Recovery Catalog & Configuring Backup Settings Performing Database Backups with RMAN Performing Database Recovery Moving Data - Export & Import, External Tables & SQL Loader Using Flashback Technology I Using Flashback Technology II Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Database Maintenance Performance Management Managing Performance by SQL Tuning Diagnosing the Database Managing Space Managing Space for the Database Managing the ASM Instance Duplicating a Database / Cloning Database Data Guard Installing your Oracle Software Database Patches & Database Upgrades Introduction to Real Application Clusters OLTP vs OLAP Data modeling Snake-Flow diagram Dimensions and Facts IQD preparation IQD publishing Cube generation Cube publishing into portal Validations Adhoc reports Zero suppression reports Performance and Tuning with OLAP Backup and recovery in OLAP
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON ORACLE 11G DBA: 3RI TECHNOLOGIES, P

Prerequisites • Strong knowledge of Oracle SQL • Strong conceptual knowledge of RDBMS concepts. About the Course We have designed this course specially for people who are interested to change their work domain or either they want to become a good Database Administrator in Oracle DBMS. Topics Covered DBA-I Topics Covered 1. Oracle 11g Installation • Pre-Installation Tasks a. Logging In to the System as root b. Checking Hardware Requirement c. Checking Software Requirement d. Checking Network Setup e. Creating Operating System Groups and Users f. Configuring kernel parameters g. Identifying Required Software Directories h. Identifying or Creating ORACLE_BASE directory i. Installation screens 2. Oracle Database Architect • System Global Area (SGA) a. Shared Pool b. Database Buffer Cache c. The Redo Log Buffer d. Java Pool e. Large pool f. Stream Pool • Fixed SGA a. Automatic Shared Memory Management b. The Oracle Background Process 3. Oracle Data Block Management • Introduction • Data block Overview a. Header (Common and Variable) b. Table Directory c. Row Directory d. Overhead e. Row Data f. Free Space • Free Space Management a. Availability and Optimization of Free Space in a Data Block b. Row Chaining and Migrating c. PCTFREE, PCTUSED, and Row Chaining d. The PCTFREE Parameter e. The PCTUSED Parameter f. PCTUSED g. How PCTFREE and PCTUSED Work Together • Extent Overview a. When Extents Are Allocated b. Determine the Number and Size of Extents c. How Extents Are Allocated d. When Extents Are Deallocated e. Extents in Nonclustered Tables f. Extents in Clustered Tables g. Extents in Materialized Views and Their Logs h. Extents in Indexes i. Extents in Temporary Segments j. Extents in Rollback Segments • Segment Overview a. Introduction to Data Segments b. Introduction to Index Segments c. Introduction to Temporary Segments d. Operations that Require Temporary Segments e. Segments in Temporary Tables and Their Indexes f. How Temporary Segments Are Allocated g. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Queries h. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Temporary Tables and Indexes • Undo Management a. Undo Quota b. Automatic Undo Retention c. External Views 4. Managing Tablespaces • Using Multiple Tablespaces • Creating Tablespaces • Locally Managed Tablespace a. Creating a Locally Managed Tablespace b. Segment Space management in locally managed tablespace • Big File tablespace a. Creating big file Tablespace b. Altering a Bigfile Tablespace c. Identifying a Bigfile Tablespace • Dictionary Managed Tablespace a. Creating Dictionary Managed Tablespace b. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters c. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters d. Coalescing Free Space in Dictionary-Managed Tablespaces e. Manually Coalescing Free Space 5. Managing User Privileges And Roles • Understanding User Privileges and Roles a. System Privileges b. Accessing Objects in the SYS Schema c. Object Privileges d. User Roles e. Creating Role • Granting Privileges and Roles • Grant With Admin Option DBA-II Topics Covered 1. Oracle Data Pump • Data Pump Component • Data Pump New Features • How Does Data Pump Access Data? a. Direct Path Loads and Unloads b. Situations in Which Direct Path Load Is Not Used c. Situations in Which Direct Path Unload Is Not Used d. External Tables • Accessing Data Over a Database Link • What Happens During Execution of a Data Pump Job? a. Coordination of a Job b. Tracking Progress within a Job c. Filtering Data and Metadata During a Job d. Transforming Metadata during a Job e. Maximizing Job Performance f. Loading and Unloading of Data g. Monitoring Job Status h. Monitoring the Progress of Executing Jobs • File Allocation a. Specifying Files and Adding Additional Dump Files b. Default Locations for Dump, Log, and SQL Files • Moving Data Between Different Database Versions • Original Export and Import Versus Data Pump Export and Import • How Data Pump Export Parameters Map to Those of the Original Export Utility • How Data Pump Import Parameters Map to Those of the Original Import Utility 2. RMAN Concepts • Configuring the Environment for RMAN Backups a. Showing and Clearing Persistent RMAN Configurations b. Configuring the Default Device for Backups: Disk or SBT c. Configuring the Default Type for Backups: Backup Sets or Copies d. Configuring Channels e. Configuring Control File and Server Parameter File Autobackups f. Configuring RMAN to Make Backups to a Media Manager g. Configuring the Backup Retention Policy h. Configuring Backup Optimization i. Configuring Oracle Flashback Database and Restore Points • About RMAN Channels a. Channel Control Options for Manual and Automatic Channels b. Channel Failover • About RMAN Backups About Image Copies • RMAN Backup Types a. Incremental Backups b. RMAN Backup Errors c. Tests and Integrity Checks for Backups d. Detecting Physical and Logical Block Corruption e. Backup Validation with RMAN • Restoring Files with RMAN a. Mechanics of Restore Operations b. File Selection in Restore Operations c. Datafile Media Recovery with RMAN d. Mechanics of Recovery: Incremental Backups and Redo Logs e. Incomplete Recovery f. Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery g. Block Media Recovery with RMAN • Database Duplication with RMAN (CLONING) 3. User-Managed Backups • Cold Backup (consistent Backup) a. Take details of database Files& proceed with backup • Cold Backup (inconsistent Backup) a. Querying V$ Views to Obtain Backup Information b. Listing Database Files Before a Backup c. Determining Datafile Status for Online Tablespace Backups d. Making User-Managed Backups of the Whole Database e. Backing Up the Control File to a Binary File f. Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File • Running the DBVERIFY Utility Who should attend • Freshers to make their career into IT / Software Field as Data Base Administrator(DBA). • BPO guys, people who are working in different fields and want to become a DBA. What you need to bring We will provide you all the necessary things to learn the C Programming language, you don't need to bring anything with you for this course." Call us on or email Key Takeaways • Strong RDMBS knowledge • Way to proceed for the next step which is Oracle Performance Tuning at Administrator level.
India

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON ORACLE 11G DBA: 3RI TECHNOLOGIES, P

Prerequisites • Strong knowledge of Oracle SQL • Strong conceptual knowledge of RDBMS concepts. About the Course We have designed this course specially for people who are interested to change their work domain or either they want to become a good Database Administrator in Oracle DBMS. Topics Covered DBA-I Topics Covered 1. Oracle 11g Installation • Pre-Installation Tasks a. Logging In to the System as root b. Checking Hardware Requirement c. Checking Software Requirement d. Checking Network Setup e. Creating Operating System Groups and Users f. Configuring kernel parameters g. Identifying Required Software Directories h. Identifying or Creating ORACLE_BASE directory i. Installation screens 2. Oracle Database Architect • System Global Area (SGA) a. Shared Pool b. Database Buffer Cache c. The Redo Log Buffer d. Java Pool e. Large pool f. Stream Pool • Fixed SGA a. Automatic Shared Memory Management b. The Oracle Background Process 3. Oracle Data Block Management • Introduction • Data block Overview a. Header (Common and Variable) b. Table Directory c. Row Directory d. Overhead e. Row Data f. Free Space • Free Space Management a. Availability and Optimization of Free Space in a Data Block b. Row Chaining and Migrating c. PCTFREE, PCTUSED, and Row Chaining d. The PCTFREE Parameter e. The PCTUSED Parameter f. PCTUSED g. How PCTFREE and PCTUSED Work Together • Extent Overview a. When Extents Are Allocated b. Determine the Number and Size of Extents c. How Extents Are Allocated d. When Extents Are Deallocated e. Extents in Nonclustered Tables f. Extents in Clustered Tables g. Extents in Materialized Views and Their Logs h. Extents in Indexes i. Extents in Temporary Segments j. Extents in Rollback Segments • Segment Overview a. Introduction to Data Segments b. Introduction to Index Segments c. Introduction to Temporary Segments d. Operations that Require Temporary Segments e. Segments in Temporary Tables and Their Indexes f. How Temporary Segments Are Allocated g. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Queries h. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Temporary Tables and Indexes • Undo Management a. Undo Quota b. Automatic Undo Retention c. External Views 4. Managing Tablespaces • Using Multiple Tablespaces • Creating Tablespaces • Locally Managed Tablespace a. Creating a Locally Managed Tablespace b. Segment Space management in locally managed tablespace • Big File tablespace a. Creating big file Tablespace b. Altering a Bigfile Tablespace c. Identifying a Bigfile Tablespace • Dictionary Managed Tablespace a. Creating Dictionary Managed Tablespace b. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters c. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters d. Coalescing Free Space in Dictionary-Managed Tablespaces e. Manually Coalescing Free Space 5. Managing User Privileges And Roles • Understanding User Privileges and Roles a. System Privileges b. Accessing Objects in the SYS Schema c. Object Privileges d. User Roles e. Creating Role • Granting Privileges and Roles • Grant With Admin Option DBA-II Topics Covered 1. Oracle Data Pump • Data Pump Component • Data Pump New Features • How Does Data Pump Access Data? a. Direct Path Loads and Unloads b. Situations in Which Direct Path Load Is Not Used c. Situations in Which Direct Path Unload Is Not Used d. External Tables • Accessing Data Over a Database Link • What Happens During Execution of a Data Pump Job? a. Coordination of a Job b. Tracking Progress within a Job c. Filtering Data and Metadata During a Job d. Transforming Metadata during a Job e. Maximizing Job Performance f. Loading and Unloading of Data g. Monitoring Job Status h. Monitoring the Progress of Executing Jobs • File Allocation a. Specifying Files and Adding Additional Dump Files b. Default Locations for Dump, Log, and SQL Files • Moving Data Between Different Database Versions • Original Export and Import Versus Data Pump Export and Import • How Data Pump Export Parameters Map to Those of the Original Export Utility • How Data Pump Import Parameters Map to Those of the Original Import Utility 2. RMAN Concepts • Configuring the Environment for RMAN Backups a. Showing and Clearing Persistent RMAN Configurations b. Configuring the Default Device for Backups: Disk or SBT c. Configuring the Default Type for Backups: Backup Sets or Copies d. Configuring Channels e. Configuring Control File and Server Parameter File Autobackups f. Configuring RMAN to Make Backups to a Media Manager g. Configuring the Backup Retention Policy h. Configuring Backup Optimization i. Configuring Oracle Flashback Database and Restore Points • About RMAN Channels a. Channel Control Options for Manual and Automatic Channels b. Channel Failover • About RMAN Backups About Image Copies • RMAN Backup Types a. Incremental Backups b. RMAN Backup Errors c. Tests and Integrity Checks for Backups d. Detecting Physical and Logical Block Corruption e. Backup Validation with RMAN • Restoring Files with RMAN a. Mechanics of Restore Operations b. File Selection in Restore Operations c. Datafile Media Recovery with RMAN d. Mechanics of Recovery: Incremental Backups and Redo Logs e. Incomplete Recovery f. Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery g. Block Media Recovery with RMAN • Database Duplication with RMAN (CLONING) 3. User-Managed Backups • Cold Backup (consistent Backup) a. Take details of database Files& proceed with backup • Cold Backup (inconsistent Backup) a. Querying V$ Views to Obtain Backup Information b. Listing Database Files Before a Backup c. Determining Datafile Status for Online Tablespace Backups d. Making User-Managed Backups of the Whole Database e. Backing Up the Control File to a Binary File f. Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File • Running the DBVERIFY Utility Who should attend • Freshers to make their career into IT / Software Field as Data Base Administrator(DBA). • BPO guys, people who are working in different fields and want to become a DBA. What you need to bring We will provide you all the necessary things to learn the C Programming language, you don't need to bring anything with you for this course." Call us on or email at Key Takeaways • Strong RDMBS knowledge • Way to proceed for the next step which is Oracle Performance Tuning at Administrator level.
India

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON ORACLE 11G DBA: 3RI TECHNOLOGIES,

Prerequisites • Strong knowledge of Oracle SQL • Strong conceptual knowledge of RDBMS concepts. About the Course We have designed this course specially for people who are interested to change their work domain or either they want to become a good Database Administrator in Oracle DBMS. Topics Covered DBA-I Topics Covered 1. Oracle 11g Installation • Pre-Installation Tasks a. Logging In to the System as root b. Checking Hardware Requirement c. Checking Software Requirement d. Checking Network Setup e. Creating Operating System Groups and Users f. Configuring kernel parameters g. Identifying Required Software Directories h. Identifying or Creating ORACLE_BASE directory i. Installation screens 2. Oracle Database Architect • System Global Area (SGA) a. Shared Pool b. Database Buffer Cache c. The Redo Log Buffer d. Java Pool e. Large pool f. Stream Pool • Fixed SGA a. Automatic Shared Memory Management b. The Oracle Background Process 3. Oracle Data Block Management • Introduction • Data block Overview a. Header (Common and Variable) b. Table Directory c. Row Directory d. Overhead e. Row Data f. Free Space • Free Space Management a. Availability and Optimization of Free Space in a Data Block b. Row Chaining and Migrating c. PCTFREE, PCTUSED, and Row Chaining d. The PCTFREE Parameter e. The PCTUSED Parameter f. PCTUSED g. How PCTFREE and PCTUSED Work Together • Extent Overview a. When Extents Are Allocated b. Determine the Number and Size of Extents c. How Extents Are Allocated d. When Extents Are Deallocated e. Extents in Nonclustered Tables f. Extents in Clustered Tables g. Extents in Materialized Views and Their Logs h. Extents in Indexes i. Extents in Temporary Segments j. Extents in Rollback Segments • Segment Overview a. Introduction to Data Segments b. Introduction to Index Segments c. Introduction to Temporary Segments d. Operations that Require Temporary Segments e. Segments in Temporary Tables and Their Indexes f. How Temporary Segments Are Allocated g. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Queries h. Allocation of Temporary Segments for Temporary Tables and Indexes • Undo Management a. Undo Quota b. Automatic Undo Retention c. External Views 4. Managing Tablespaces • Using Multiple Tablespaces • Creating Tablespaces • Locally Managed Tablespace a. Creating a Locally Managed Tablespace b. Segment Space management in locally managed tablespace • Big File tablespace a. Creating big file Tablespace b. Altering a Bigfile Tablespace c. Identifying a Bigfile Tablespace • Dictionary Managed Tablespace a. Creating Dictionary Managed Tablespace b. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters c. Specifying Tablespace Default Storage Parameters d. Coalescing Free Space in Dictionary-Managed Tablespaces e. Manually Coalescing Free Space 5. Managing User Privileges And Roles • Understanding User Privileges and Roles a. System Privileges b. Accessing Objects in the SYS Schema c. Object Privileges d. User Roles e. Creating Role • Granting Privileges and Roles • Grant With Admin Option DBA-II Topics Covered 1. Oracle Data Pump • Data Pump Component • Data Pump New Features • How Does Data Pump Access Data? a. Direct Path Loads and Unloads b. Situations in Which Direct Path Load Is Not Used c. Situations in Which Direct Path Unload Is Not Used d. External Tables • Accessing Data Over a Database Link • What Happens During Execution of a Data Pump Job? a. Coordination of a Job b. Tracking Progress within a Job c. Filtering Data and Metadata During a Job d. Transforming Metadata during a Job e. Maximizing Job Performance f. Loading and Unloading of Data g. Monitoring Job Status h. Monitoring the Progress of Executing Jobs • File Allocation a. Specifying Files and Adding Additional Dump Files b. Default Locations for Dump, Log, and SQL Files • Moving Data Between Different Database Versions • Original Export and Import Versus Data Pump Export and Import • How Data Pump Export Parameters Map to Those of the Original Export Utility • How Data Pump Import Parameters Map to Those of the Original Import Utility 2. RMAN Concepts • Configuring the Environment for RMAN Backups a. Showing and Clearing Persistent RMAN Configurations b. Configuring the Default Device for Backups: Disk or SBT c. Configuring the Default Type for Backups: Backup Sets or Copies d. Configuring Channels e. Configuring Control File and Server Parameter File Autobackups f. Configuring RMAN to Make Backups to a Media Manager g. Configuring the Backup Retention Policy h. Configuring Backup Optimization i. Configuring Oracle Flashback Database and Restore Points • About RMAN Channels a. Channel Control Options for Manual and Automatic Channels b. Channel Failover • About RMAN Backups About Image Copies • RMAN Backup Types a. Incremental Backups b. RMAN Backup Errors c. Tests and Integrity Checks for Backups d. Detecting Physical and Logical Block Corruption e. Backup Validation with RMAN • Restoring Files with RMAN a. Mechanics of Restore Operations b. File Selection in Restore Operations c. Datafile Media Recovery with RMAN d. Mechanics of Recovery: Incremental Backups and Redo Logs e. Incomplete Recovery f. Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery g. Block Media Recovery with RMAN • Database Duplication with RMAN (CLONING) 3. User-Managed Backups • Cold Backup (consistent Backup) a. Take details of database Files& proceed with backup • Cold Backup (inconsistent Backup) a. Querying V$ Views to Obtain Backup Information b. Listing Database Files Before a Backup c. Determining Datafile Status for Online Tablespace Backups d. Making User-Managed Backups of the Whole Database e. Backing Up the Control File to a Binary File f. Backing Up the Control File to a Trace File • Running the DBVERIFY Utility Who should attend • Freshers to make their career into IT / Software Field as Data Base Administrator(DBA). • BPO guys, people who are working in different fields and want to become a DBA. What you need to bring We will provide you all the necessary things to learn the C Programming language, you don't need to bring anything with you for this course." Call us on Key Takeaways • Strong RDMBS knowledge • Way to proceed for the next step which is Oracle Performance Tuning at Administrator level.
India


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