The Oracle 19c Database Administration course offers comprehensive training on the administration and management of Oracle Database 19c. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of various database administration tasks, including installation, configuration, backup and recovery, performance tuning, and security. The course equips participants with the skills necessary to effectively administer an Oracle Database 19c environment and handle day-to-day operational tasks.
To derive maximum benefit from this course, participants should have a basic understanding of relational database concepts and familiarity with Oracle Database. Additionally, a basic understanding of SQL would be advantageous. It is recommended that participants have completed the Oracle Database 19c SQL Fundamentals course or possess equivalent knowledge.
The course utilizes a combination of theoretical instruction, hands-on exercises, and practical demonstrations. Participants will receive detailed explanations of concepts and techniques, followed by opportunities to apply their learning in a lab environment. The course is delivered through instructor-led sessions, enabling participants to interact, ask questions, and engage in discussions.
Introduction to Oracle Database Administration
Overview of Oracle Database architecture
Understanding Oracle Database editions and options
Introduction to database administration tasks
Installing and Configuring Oracle Database 19c
Installation options and methods
Post-installation configuration steps
Configuring Oracle Net Services
Managing Database Storage Structures
Understanding tablespaces and data files
Creating and managing tablespaces
Managing space usage and allocating extents
Implementing Oracle Managed Files (OMF)
Administering Users and Security
Creating and managing database users
Assigning privileges and roles
Implementing password management policies
Securing the database using profiles and auditing
Backup and Recovery Concepts
Understanding backup and recovery strategies
Configuring the Oracle Flash Recovery Area
Performing database backups (full, incremental, and consistent)
Performing database recoveries (complete and incomplete)
Performance Tuning and Monitoring
Monitoring database performance using Oracle Enterprise Manager
Identifying and resolving performance bottlenecks
Optimizing SQL statements and execution plans
Implementing database tuning techniques
Managing Database Security
Securing database connections using SSL/TLS
Implementing Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)
Configuring and managing Oracle Data Redaction
Implementing Virtual Private Database (VPD)
Database Maintenance and Automation
Managing database objects (tables, indexes, etc.)
Monitoring and managing database storage
Automating administrative tasks using Oracle Scheduler
Implementing database alerts and thresholds
Upon completion of the course, participants will:
- Possess a thorough understanding of Oracle Database 19c administration concepts and tasks.
- Be proficient in installing and configuring Oracle Database 19c.
- Have the skills to manage database storage structures effectively.
- Understand user management and security practices in Oracle Database.
- Be capable of implementing backup and recovery strategies.
- Have the ability to tune and optimize database performance.
- Be able to implement and manage database security measures.
- Possess the knowledge to perform routine database maintenance and automate administrative tasks.
The course includes hands-on labs that provide participants with practical experience in administering Oracle Database 19c. The labs cover various scenarios, allowing participants to practice installation and configuration, managing database storage structures, implementing security measures, performing backup and recovery, and optimizing database performance. The labs are designed to reinforce the concepts learned during the theoretical instruction and help participants build confidence in their database administration skills.