Oracle DBA11g track introduces the internals of an Oracle Database, and the common activities of administrating an Oracle Database.

General Objectives

The Oracle DBA track focuses on the structural components of an Oracle Database, software installation, backup and recovery, modifying the physical structure of a database, tuning for better performance and monitoring an Oracle Database Course.

Skills Earned

  • How to generate reports by retrieving and filtering data
  • How to Display data from multiple table
  • How to modify data in tables
  • How to secure your data
  • How to create database objects
  • How to install Oracle Software
  • How to Install and Configure Oracle Database
  • How to secure the database
  • How recover data after its loss
  • How to Backup and restore databases
  • How to Create and manage users
  • How to Automate DBA tasks with the Scheduler and Jobs
  • How to repair data failures with Flashback technology
  • How to Monitor and manage major database components, including as memory, performance, and resources

infocenter IT workshops are carefully designed to assist all IT personnel who are expected to jump right into projects implementation within a limited time frame in order to prepare and upgrade their skills. These workshops are a deep dive into the “HOW TO” scenarios, designed based on our experienced trainers. Real life examples are implemented into most of the hands-on training in a way that minimizes the gap between what is learned and what is required. This type of hands on training is mandatory to summarize the big picture of every product.

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