The Oracle 19c DBA (Database Administrator) course is a comprehensive training program designed for individuals interested in becoming proficient in Oracle Database administration. The course covers a wide range of topics, including installation and configuration, database management, backup and recovery, performance tuning, and security. Participants will gain the skills necessary to effectively manage and administer Oracle Database 19c environments.
No prior knowledge of Oracle Database is required for this course. However, a basic understanding of relational database concepts and familiarity with SQL would be beneficial. Basic knowledge of operating systems (such as Linux or Windows) and computer networks is also recommended.
The course employs a combination of theoretical instruction, demonstrations, and hands-on labs. Participants will receive detailed explanations of database administration concepts and techniques, followed by practical demonstrations of their implementation. They will also have the opportunity to apply their learning in hands-on labs, gaining practical experience in Oracle Database administration tasks. The course is delivered through instructor-led sessions, allowing participants to interact, ask questions, and engage in discussions.
- Introduction to Oracle Database
- Overview of Oracle Database architecture
- Introduction to Oracle Database editions and options
- Understanding database administration tasks
- Installing and Configuring Oracle Database 19c
- Pre-installation considerations
- Installation options and methods
- Post-installation configuration steps
- Creating and managing Oracle instances
- Database Storage Management
- Understanding tablespaces and data files
- Creating and managing tablespaces
- Allocating extents and managing space usage
- Implementing Oracle Managed Files (OMF)
- Oracle Database Management
- User management and security
- Managing schema objects (tables, indexes, etc.)
- Configuring database parameters
- Managing database availability and uptime
- Backup and Recovery
- Backup and recovery concepts and strategies
- Performing database backups (full, incremental, and consistent)
- Implementing recovery scenarios (complete and incomplete)
- Using Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) for backup and recovery
- Performance Tuning and Optimization
- Monitoring database performance
- Identifying and resolving performance bottlenecks
- SQL tuning and optimization techniques
- Indexing strategies and best practices
- Database Security
- Implementing user authentication and authorization
- Configuring database auditing and compliance
- Data privacy and protection measures
- Database security best practices
- High Availability and Data Guard
- Introduction to high availability concepts
- Implementing Oracle Data Guard for disaster recovery
- Configuring standby databases and performing role transitions
- Monitoring and managing Data Guard environments
Upon completion of the course, participants will:
- Have a thorough understanding of Oracle Database administration concepts and tasks.
- Be proficient in installing and configuring Oracle Database 19c.
- Possess the skills to manage database storage structures effectively.
- Understand user management, security measures, and database availability.
- Be capable of implementing backup and recovery strategies using Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN).
- Have the ability to optimize database performance through tuning and optimization techniques.
- Be familiar with database security measures and best practices.
- Have an introductory understanding of high availability solutions using Oracle Data Guard.
The course includes hands-on labs that provide participants with practical experience in Oracle Database administration tasks. 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.