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ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN COURSE CONTENT Traning at learning hub Magarpatta city /FC Road Pune (+91-93257-93756) www.learninghub.co.in ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN COURSE CONTENT 1: Creating the Database 2: Starting Up and Shutting Down • Viewing the Quiesce State of an Instance • Suspending and Resuming a Database 3: Managing Oracle Database Processes • Terminating Sessions • Identifying Which Session to Terminate • Terminating an Active Session • Terminating an Inactive Session 4: Monitoring the Operation of Your Database • Server-Generated Alerts • Monitoring the Database Using Trace Files and the Alert Log • Monitoring Locks • Monitoring Wait Events • Process and Session Views 5: Oracle Database Structure and Storage • Managing Control Files • Managing the Redo Log • Managing Archived Redo Logs 6: Managing Table spaces Transportable Table spaces 7: Managing Data files and Temp files 8: Managing the Undo Table space undo retention, switching undo table space 9: User management creation of users and roles, assign privileges 10:Automatic Storage Management create ASM instance, create disk groups 11:Managing Schema Objects • Tables, indexes, views, synonyms and sequence generator • Space management • Managing resumable space allocation, reclaiming wasted space • Managing Tables • adding, renaming and dropping of table columns • Managing Indexes • B*tree, bitmap • Managing Partitioned Tables and Indexes • Range, hash,list and composit partitioning • Managing Clusters • creation and altering of clusters • Managing Views, Sequences, and Synonyms • Oracle Network • Listener and tnsnames • Distributed Database Concepts • Utilities • Data pump , SQL*Loader • Backup and Recovery • Rman • Performance Tuning • Data Guard • configuring physical standby database • Miscellaneous Please Contact- Learning Hub, S-12,Destination Centre, 2nd Floor, Above HDFC Bank, Next to Noble Polyclinic, MAGARPATTA CITY, PUNE – 411013, PH: +91- 93257-93756. Skype id : learning.hub01 Email: learninghub01@gmail.com www.learninghub.co.in ORACLE DATABASE ADMI Online Training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Class Room Training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Training in Magarpatta City, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Jobs and Placement, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Remote Support, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Online Help, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Videos training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Training by Learning Hub, Fast track classes in ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN, Best ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Training institutes in Pune, Best Faculty in ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN, Best online Faculty in ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN, Professional classroom training in ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN, Professional online training ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Certification , ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN training in Dubai, ORACLE DATABASE ADMINTraining in Melbourne, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Training in Dubai, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN Workflow Training ORACLE DATABASE ADMI Training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMI Online Training, ORACLE DATABASE ADMIN certfication and support
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ORACLE 12C ADMIN ONLINE TRAINING CLASSES IN HYDERABAD AT ECORPTRAININGS INDIA

Overview: Oracle Database 12c introduces a new multitenant architecture that makes it easy to deploy and manage database clouds. Innovations such as Oracle Multitenant, for consolidating multiple databases quickly, and Automatic Data Optimization with Heat Map, for compressing and tiering data at a higher density, maximize resource efficiency and flexibility. These unique advancements, combined with major enhancements in availability, security, and big data support, make Oracle Database 12c the ideal platform for private and public cloud deployments. ABOUT ECORPTRAININGS: Ecorp Trainings are one of the best institute providing quality level of training in E-learning process.This is instructor led online training. We also provide corporate training , if group of people interested in same technology. Contact us for detailed course content & register for a free demo. We also provide support in client interviews , resume preparation , ticket resolving. Contact us for custom designed training course by experts exclusively for yourself. We provide training for almost all IT technologies i.e ; JAVA , DOTNET , SAP ,ORACLE , PEOPLESOFT ,HYPERION etc, contact us if you have any particular need. ECORP TRAININGS. Gtalk ID : ecorptrainings Skype ID : ecorptrainings
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ORACLE FUSION MIDDLEWARE WEBLOGIC ADMIN COURSE CONTENT

Oracle Fusion Middleware Admin(100% job guarantee) Course Contents Introducing Oracle Fusion Middleware Platform •Describing the Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment •Describing How WebLogic Server Supports Various Fusion Middleware Suites •Describing How Various Fusion Middleware Suites Augment the Functions of WebLogic Server Defining Java Enterprise Edition Terminology •Explaining the Motivation behind Distributed Systems •The Major Components of the Java Platform Enterprise Edition 5 (Java EE) Specification Installing Oracle WebLogic Server •Explaining Oracle WebLogic Server Installation Steps •Installing WebLogic Server Using Both the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Command Line •Describing the Organization and Contents of the WebLogic Server Directory Structure •Navigating the WebLogic Server Online and Offline Documentation Configuring a Simple Domain •Describing the Common Elements in a WebLogic Server Domain •Describing how Domains are Used in the Enterprise •Comparing Administration and Managed Servers •Configuring a Domain •Describing the Organization and Contents of the WLS Directory Structure •Describing the use of WLST Offline to Manage Domains •Creating a Simple Domain with One Managed Server •Checking the Port Numbers that are used for Components Configuring a Domain Using Templates •Describing the Internal Process Used to Create or Update a Domain Using a Template •Describing the Process of Extending a Domain Template •Explaining the Domain Templates Provided for Setting up JDeveloper, SOA, and WebCenter Using Administration Console and WLST •Identifying Dynamic and Nondynamic Attribute Changes in the Administration Console •Customizing Monitoring Tables Within the Administration Console •Using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) Command-line Utility •Invoking WLST and Navigate Through the Domain Structure •Describing How Change Management is Performed Internally Using Java Management Extension (JMX) and Mbeans Configuring Managed Servers •Configuring Managed Servers Using the Administrative Console •Configuring Managed Servers Using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) •Starting Managed Servers •Shutting Down a Server or an Entire Domain Using WLST or the Administrative Console •Configuring Managed Servers on a Computer Separate from the Sdministration Server •Explaining Administration and Managed Server Independence (MSI) Configuring Node Managers •Defining the Oracle WebLogic Server Machine •Configuring a Machine and Assign Servers to it by Using the Console and WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) •Explaining the Node Manager Architecture •Describing the Organization and Contents of a Node Manager Directory Structure •Configuring, Starting, and Stopping Node Managers •Describing How to Start and Stop Procedures Viewing and Managing Logs in Oracle WLS Environment •Defining and Configuring Server and Domain Logs •Viewing and Interpreting the Format of Domain and Server Log Files Using the Administration Console •Configuring Server Standard Output Settings Using the Console •Describing How Applications Can Integrate With WLS Logging Infrastructure (Apache commons, log4j) •Accessing Online Log Message Catalogs •Creating and Applying a Log Filter Using the Console •Configuring Log Filter Expressions Deployment Concepts •Contrasting Autodeploy With Manual Deployment •Configuring and Deploying Web Applications Via the Administration Console, Command Line, and WLST •Configuring Deployment Descriptors •Testing Deployed Applications •Describing the Role of Web Servers •Tracing a Typical Web Interaction Flow •Contrasting Static and Dynamic Content and Deployment •Front-end Deployed Applications With a Web Server Deploying Java EE Applications •Describing Java EE Web Applications •Describing Enterprise Deployment Architectures •Packaging Web Applications in Several Forms •Defining Web Application Structure and Web Application Archive •Explaining Why WebLogic Augments Standard Java EE Deployment Descriptors With weblogic*.xml Files •Looking at Deployment Descriptors web.xml and weblogic.xml •Describing URLs and Web Applications Advanced Deployment •Configuring an Application for Multiple Development Environments •Creating a Deployment Plan •Staging a Deployment Plan •Using Production Redeployment Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources •Configuring JDBC and JDBC Data Sources •Configuring Data Source Scope •Contrasting Two-tier and Multi-tier JDBC Architecture •Configuring a Connection Pool •Describing How Data Sources are Used •Deploying JDBC Resources to a Target •Explaining the Components of JDBC URLs •Monitoring and Testing a Data Source Setting Up Java Message Service (JMS) Resources •Describing JMS •Describing How Oracle WebLogic Server JMS is Implemented •Configuring JMS Server •Configuring Connection Factories •Configuring Queues and Topics •Configuring Persistent Messages •Deploying an Application that Uses JMS •Monitoring JMS Resources and Messages Introduction to Clustering •The Benefits of Oracle WebLogic Cluster •Basic Cluster Architecture •Multitier Cluster Architecture •Communication Among Clustered Server Instances •The Key Criteria for Selecting Suitable Cluster Architecture Configuring a Cluster •Preparing Your Environment for a Cluster •Creating and Configuring a Cluster •Adding Servers to a Cluster •Starting Up and Shutting Down Clustered Servers Managing Clusters •Deploying Applications to a Cluster •Describing the Replication of a Session State in a Cluster •Configuring Replication Groups •Configuring In-memory Replication •Configuring Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Replication •Configuring File Replication •Configuring a Multitier Cluster for Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) Applications Security Concepts and Configuration •Using the WebLogic Server (WLS) Security Architecture •Configuring Security Realms •Configuring Users and Groups •Configuring Roles •Configuring Policies •Configuring Protection for Web Application Resources and EJBs Protecting Against Attacks •Describing the Process of Configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) •Using the Keytool Utility to Configure Keys and Obtain Digital Certificates •Configuring SSL for the WLS Server •Configuring Countermeasures for Some Web-based Attacks Backup and Recovery Operations •Recommending a Backup and Recovery Strategy •Performing a Full Offline Backup and Recovery •Performing an Online and Offline Domain Backup •Performing an Offline Domain Recovery •Performing an Instance Home Backup and Recovery SSL Messaging Horizontal clustering Thread dumps etc
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

ORACLE WEBLOGIC ADMIN TRAINING IN HYDERABAD INDIA

sadguru technologies 8179736190 ​Course name : WEBLOGIC11G 24*7 technical support faculty : Realtime experience Rs Trainings:is a brand and providing quality online and offline trainings to students in world wide. We are giving best online training on WEBLOGIC Highlights in our training service: Every faculty has Real Time experiance .Trained Resources placed in countries like Australia, USA, UK, JAPAN, SWEDEN etc.Any critical issues faced by resource resolved using Teamviewer, webex.Supporting the resource with Top 100 Interview questions. Résumé built in best corporate standards according to the job description. We will market the resume for top technolgy countries.After each week a status exam is conducted. Offline online trainings are conducted everyday.Weekend trainings for job goers.flexible timings in accordance with the resource comfortability.If version related to any Tool is upgraded. We will send the upgraded information via email.we will develop the Aquintance with Production,development and testing environments.Real time scenarios covered accross Software Development Life Cycle.for every 10 hours One hour catered to resolve the doubts.Explaining bugs and critical issues and development activities 24*7 technical supports sevices. Course content: WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION 11G ( on Linux Environment ) Description An enterprise application consists of various components and resources such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Servlets, JSPs, Database Connections, HTML files, XML files, etc. After application developers finish developing the various components, it is the system administrator's job to put everything together into the WebLogic Server environment and make it available to users at Web browsers. As a WebLogic Server Administrator, you are responsible for, among other things: • Starting and stopping servers • Balancing the load on servers or connection pools • Selecting and monitoring the configuration of resources • Detecting and correcting problems • Monitoring and evaluating system performance • Deploying Enterprise JavaBeans, Web Applicatio
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

ORACLE DBA 12C ONLINE TRAINING AT FUTUREPOINT

Course Contents: Oracle Database 12c Introduction Oracle Database Architecture: Overview CDB & PDB Oracle Database Instance Configurations Connecting to the Oracle Database Instance Oracle Database memory Structures Process Architecture Process Structures Process Startup Sequence Oracle Software Installation Basics Installation Planning Your Installation Configuring Oracle Linux with Oracle RDBMS Pre-Install RPM Operating System Groups and Users Environment Variables Configuring the Oracle Software Owner Environment Using Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) Installation Option: Silent Mode Installing Oracle Database Software System Requirements for Oracle Database Creating Operating System Groups and Users Types of Installations DB creation Creating an Oracle Database by Using DBCA Planning the Database Storage Structure Types of Databases (based on workload) Choosing the Appropriate Character Set Understanding How Character Sets are Used Setting the NLS_LANG Initialization Parameter Using the Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) Oracle Database Management Tools startup and shutdown Introducing Oracle Database Management Tools Using SQL*Plus Using SQL Developer Logging in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express Using the Enterprise Manager Database Express Home Page Understanding the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Framework Using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Managing the Database Instance Initialization Parameter Files Starting an Oracle Database Instance Shutting Down an Oracle Database Instance Viewing Log Files Using Trace Files Using the Dynamic Performance Views Data Dictionary Configuring the Oracle Network Environment 12c network Oracle Net Services Overview Database User Accounts Storage Structures Understanding Storage of Data Undo Data Overview Transactions and Undo Data Storing Undo Information Comparing Undo Data and Redo Data Managing Undo Configuring Undo Retention Guaranteeing Undo Retention Changing an Undo tablespace to a Fixed Size Managing Data Concurrency Overview of Locks Locking Mechanism Data Concurrency DML Locks Enqueue Mechanism Lock Conflicts Implementing Oracle Database Auditing Separation of Responsibilities Database Security Monitoring for Compliance Standard Database Auditing Unified Audit Data Trail Separation for Duties for Audit Administration (AUDIT_ADMIN and AUDIT_VIEWER roles) Configuring the Audit Trail Specifying Audit Options Backup and Recovery Concepts Categories of Failures Configuring for Recoverability Backup Solutions Overview
India

ORACLE DBA TRAINING AT SYSADMINEXPERTS PUNE

Oracle DBA is certification oriented course which covers FIVE major parts as: 1. UNIX 2. PL/ SQL 3. DBA Admin Part1 on 11g 4. DBA Admin Part2 on 11g 5. Real Application Cluster (RAC) Syllabus: *** UNIX Fundamentals Architecture Commands File System The vi Editor The SHELL & Shell Scripting ***PL/ SQL Creating and altering tables and views Writing and running PL/ SQL programs from SQL*Plus or SQL Developer Using SQL statements within PL/ SQL Conditional execution and loop constructs Triggers, Cursors Trapping and handling errors and exceptions in code Implementing nested and labeled loops and blocks Exceptions Handling PL/ SQL records and tables ***DBA Admin1 on 11g Installing and Configuring Oracle 11g Creating and Managing Database Storage Structures Managing Users, Profiles, Privileges and Roles Maintaining Database Security Monitoring the Performance of the Database Backing Up and Recovering the Database *** DBA Admin2 on 11g Planning a backup strategy and a disaster recovery strategy Altering a database to ARCHIVELOG and NOARCHIVELOG modes Performing online and offline backups Recovering a database from non-critical losses Performing logical backups with the export and import utilities Reviewing database logs for diagnostic purposes Automating management tasks with the scheduler ***Real Application Cluster (RAC) Installing and configuring an Oracle 11g RAC Database Administering and Monitoring a RAC database using Enterprise Manager and command line tools Using configuration and management tools for RAC databases Administering ASM using command line and GUI clients Setting up services for workload management and application high availability Backing up, restoring and recovering a RAC database Creating duplicate and standby databases in a RAC Environment Monitoring and tuning the performance of a RAC database Faculty: We are having world class faculty having 8+ years of experience in the DBA field. Two certifications are: Paper I: OCA: Oracle Certified Associates Paper II: OCP: Oracle Certified Professional Duration of this course would be approx 5. 5-6 months. Batch Timings would be Morning:- 7 AM to 9AM Evening:- 7 PM to 9PM Contact details: Hemant Dhole , Cympac Software Solution Pvt Ltd Office No.15,First Floor,Punit-Yash Arcade,Karve Road,Near Kothrud Stand,Kothrud- SysAdminExperts - Pune
Pune (Maharashtra)

BEST ORACLE COURSE IN NINT @ LOW FEES

ORACLE An Oracle database is a collection of data treated as a unit. The purpose of adatabase is to store and retrieve related information.... Oracle Database is the firstdatabase designed for enterprise grid computing, the most flexible and cost effective way to manage information and applications. COURSES WE OFFERED • HARDWARE & NETWORKING •MCSA •MCSE •CCNA •CCNP • CEH V9 (ETHICAL HACKING) •RHCE •DOT NET •C/C++ •PYTHON •SOFTWARE TESTING •ORACLE ADMIN •ORACLE DEVELOPER •WEB DESIGNING •AWS(CLOUD COMPUTING) •ANDROID •TALLY •JAVA •J2EE •MS OFFICE •SPOKEN ENGLISH FACILITIES * JOB ASSITANCE * FULLY PRACTICAL * REAL TIME TRAINERS FREE MATERIAL
Tiruchirappalli (Tamil Nadu)

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. 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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content call + History of OBIEE What is a Dimension table and Fact table. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel Creating Alias tables and alias table usage Deploying and undeploying Views Testing and validating Repository Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting Introduction to servers Architecture of OBIEE Setting Log Levels Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders Building analytics requests Sorting Presentation tables and columns Adding Calculations to fact Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns Using Rename, Calculation Wizard Working with Enterprise Manager Creating dimensional hierarchy Creating Level based measures Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) Working with Multiple LTS Static, Dynamic Repository Variables Creating Initializations blocks Working with Weblogic Administration Console Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups Assigning of permissions to users and user group Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users System and Non System Session Variables Security at data levels Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager Making the table cacheable Purging cache using different techniques Creating Saved Filters Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) Creating Shared Dashborad. Creating Dashboard Prompts Setting Scope for a Prompt Creating and working with Agents Using Direct Database Requests Creating report using multiple subject area’s Parent-child hierarchies Fragmentation Using Catalog Manager MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g
India

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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2. What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5. Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6. Creating Alias tables and alias table usage 7. Deploying and undeploying Views 8. Testing and validating Repository 9. Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 10. How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 11. Introduction to servers 12. Architecture of OBIEE 13. Setting Log Levels 14. Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 15. Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 16. Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 17. What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 18. Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 19. Building analytics requests 20. Sorting Presentation tables and columns 21. Adding Calculations to fact 22. Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 23. Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 24. Creating Bins 25. Working with Enterprise Manager 26. Creating dimensional hierarchy 27. Creating Level based measures 28. Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 29. Working with Multiple LTS 30. Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 31. Creating Initializations blocks 32. Working with Weblogic Administration Console 33. Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 34. Assigning of permissions to users and user group 35. Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 36. System and Non System Session Variables 37. Security at data levels 38. Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 39. Making the table cacheable 40. Purging cache using different techniques 41. Creating Saved Filters 42. Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 43. pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 44. Creating Shared Dashborad. 45. Creating Dashboard Prompts 46. Setting Scope for a Prompt 47. Creating and working with Agents 48. Using Direct Database Requests 49. Creating report using multiple subject area’s 50. Parent-child hierarchies 51. Fragmentation 52. Using Catalog Manager 53. MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 54. Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 55. Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g
India

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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2.What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3.Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4.Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5.Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6.Testing and validating Repository 7.Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 8.How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 9.Introduction to servers 10.Architecture of OBIEE 11.Setting Log Levels 12.Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 13.Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 14.Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 15.What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 16.Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 17.Building analytics requests 18.Sorting Presentation tables and columns 19.Adding Calculations to fact 20.Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 21.Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 22.Working with Enterprise Manager 23.Creating dimensional hierarchy 24.Creating Level based measures 25.Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 26.Working with Multiple LTS 27.Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 28.Creating Initializations blocks 29.Working with Weblogic Administration Console 30.Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 31.Assigning of permissions to users and user group 32.Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 33.System and Non System Session Variables 34.Security at data levels 35.Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 36. Making the table cacheable 37.Purging cache using different techniques 38.Creating Saved Filters 39.Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 40.pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 41.Creating Shared Dashborad. 42. Creating Dashboard Prompts 43. Setting Scope for a Prompt 44.Creating and working with Agents 45.Using Direct Database Requests 46.Creating report using multiple subject area’s 47.Parent-child hierarchies 48.Fragmentation 49.Using Catalog Manager 50.MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 51.Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 52.Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g 53. BI Publisher For Demo and more details call: +91 or mail
India

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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2. What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5. Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6. Testing and validating Repository 7. Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 8. How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 9. Introduction to servers 10. Architecture of OBIEE 11. Setting Log Levels 12. Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 13. Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 14. Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 15. What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 16. Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 17. Building analytics requests 18. Sorting Presentation tables and columns 19. Adding Calculations to fact 20. Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 21. Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 22. Working with Enterprise Manager 23. Creating dimensional hierarchy 24. Creating Level based measures 25. Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 26. Working with Multiple LTS 27. Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 28. Creating Initializations blocks 29. Working with Weblogic Administration Console 30. Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 31. Assigning of permissions to users and user group 32. Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 33. System and Non System Session Variables 34. Security at data levels 35. Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 36. Making the table cacheable 37. Purging cache using different techniques 38. Creating Saved Filters 39. Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 40. pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 41. Creating Shared Dashborad. 42. Creating Dashboard Prompts 43. Setting Scope for a Prompt 44. Creating and working with Agents 45. Using Direct Database Requests 46. Creating report using multiple subject area’s 47. Parent-child hierarchies 48. Fragmentation 49. Using Catalog Manager 50. MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 51. Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 52. Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g 53. BI Publisher
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