Oracle 19c Database Administration I (Oracle 19c DBA I)

Explore Oracle 19c DB Architecture, DBCS Deployments, Managing Database Security, Backup and Recovery, Monitoring and More

TTOR20519

Introductory

5 Days

Course Overview

Oracle 19C Database Administration I (Oracle DBA I)  is a comprehensive, hands-on course provides concrete information on the design of an Oracle Database instance and database, allowing you to manage your database investment. In this class, you will learn how to create database storage structures that align with your requirements and business models. You will also learn how to create users and administer databases as well as harden the databases to meet your business requirements. This is the foundational course for learning about Oracle Database and it does not assume prior knowledge or Oracle technologies.

This course combines expert lecture, real-world demonstrations and group discussions with machine-based practical labs and exercises. Working in a hands-on learning environment led by our Oracle Certified expert facilitator, students will learn how to:

  • How to use tools to access an Oracle Database
  • Generate database creation scripts by using DBCA
  • How to create a container database (CDB) by using the CREATE DATABASE command
  • Learn about Startup and shut down Oracle databases
  • Initialization parameter files and initialization parameters
  • Tools that are used to administer Oracle Net Services
  • How to use the Oracle Connection Manager Control utility to administer Oracle Connection Manager
  • How to create a new PDB from the PDB seed.
  • Logical and physical storage structures in an Oracle database
  • Usage of Oracle Database features that save space
  • Explanation of  DML and undo data generation
  • Learn about general architecture of Oracle Data Pump and SQL*Loader
  • How to use SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle database (or user files)
  • Bonus Content / Time Permitting: Explanation of  maintenance windows
  • Bonus Content / Time Permitting: Employ basic monitoring procedures and manage performance

Need different skills or topics?  If your team requires different topics or tools, additional skills or custom approach, this course may be further adjusted to accommodate.  We offer additional Oracle, database, scripting, administration and other related topics that may be blended with this course for a track that best suits your needs.

Course Objectives

This course is about 50% hands-on lab to lecture ratio, combinig expert lecture, real-world demonstrations and group discussions with machine-based practical labs and exercises.  Working in a hands-on learning environment led by our expert facilitator, you’ll explore:

  • How to use tools to access an Oracle Database
  • Generate database creation scripts by using DBCA
  • How to create a container database (CDB) by using the CREATE DATABASE command
  • Learn about Startup and shut down Oracle databases
  • Initialization parameter files and initialization parameters
  • Tools that are used to administer Oracle Net Services
  • How to use the Oracle Connection Manager Control utility to administer Oracle Connection Manager
  • How to create a new PDB from the PDB seed.
  • Logical and physical storage structures in an Oracle database
  • Usage of Oracle Database features that save space
  • Explanation of  DML and undo data generation
  • Learn about general architecture of Oracle Data Pump and SQL*Loader
  • How to use SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle database (or user files)
  • Bonus Content / Time Permitting: Explanation of  maintenance windows
  • Bonus Content / Time Permitting: Employ basic monitoring procedures and manage performance

Need different skills or topics?  If your team requires different topics or tools, additional skills or custom approach, this course may be further adjusted to accommodate.  We offer additional Oracle, database, scripting, administration and other related topics that may be blended with this course for a track that best suits your needs.

Course Prerequisites

This hands-on course is geared for experienced DBAs new to Oracle 19c. Incoming students should possess:

  • Basic understanding of database principles
  • Linux skills, including familiarity with command-line options such as ls, cd, cp, and su
  • Beginning proficiency with SQL

Take Before: Attendees should have skills equivalent to or should have attended this course as a pre-requisite:

  • Introduction to Writing SQL Queries (TTSQL003)

Take After:

  • Oracle 19c Database Administration II (Oracle DBA II) (TTOR20619)

Please see the Related Courses tab for specific Pre-Requisite courses and next-step Learning Path recommendations.

Course Agenda

  1. Introduction to Oracle Database
  • Oracle Multitenant Container Database
  • Oracle Database Instance Configurations
  • Database Sharding
  • Oracle Database Server
  1. Accessing an Oracle Database
  • Oracle Database Tools
  • Database Tool Choices
  • SQL Developer
  • Enterprise Manager Database Express
  1. Creating an Oracle Database by Using DBCA
  • Planning the Database
  • Choosing a Database Template
  • Configuration Assistant
  1. Creating an Oracle Database by Using a SQL Command
  • Creating a Container Database
  • Enable Pluggable Database
  1. Starting Up and Shutting Down a Database Instance
  • Starting the Oracle Database Instance
  • Shutting Down an Oracle Database Instance
  • Opening and Closing PDBs
  1. Managing Database Instances
  • Investigating Initialization Parameter Files   
  • Viewing Initialization Parameters by Using SQL*Plus   
  • Modifying Initialization Parameters by Using SQL*Plus   
  • Viewing Diagnostic Information   
  1. Oracle Net Services Overview
  • Oracle Net Services Components
  • Oracle Net Listener
  1. Configuring Naming Methods
  • Configuring the Oracle Network to Access a Database   
  • Creating a Net Service Name for a PDB
  1. Configuring and Administering the Listener
  • Exploring the Default Listener
  • Creating a Second Listener   
  • Connecting to a Database Service Using the New Listener
  1. Configuring a Shared Server Architecture
  • Configuring Shared Server Mode   
  • Configuring Clients to Use a Shared Server
  1. Configuring Oracle Connection Manager for Multiplexing and Access Control
  • Oracle Connection Manager Processes
  • Filtering Rules
  • Session Multiplexing
  1. Creating PDBs from Seed
  • Provisioning New Pluggable Databases
  • Tools
  • Creating a New PDB from PDB$SEED
  • Using OMF or the PDB_FILE_NAME_CONVERT Parameter   
  1. Using Other Techniques to Create PDBs
  • Cloning Regular PDBs
  • Migrating Data from a Non-CDB into a CDB
  • Remote PDB
  • Cloning Remote PDBs in Hot Mode
  • Creating a Proxy PDB
  1. Managing PDBs
  • Renaming a PDB   
  • Setting Parameter Values for PDBs
  1. Database Storage Overview
  • Logical and Physical Database Structures
  • Tablespaces and Data Files
  • Types of Segments
  • Monitoring Tablespace Space Usage
  1. Creating and Managing Tablespaces
  •  Viewing Tablespace Information   
  • Creating a Tablespace   
  • Managing Temporary and Permanent Tablespaces   
  1. Improving Space Usage
  • Managing Space in Tablespaces   
  • Using Compression   
  • Enabling the Resumable Space Allocation Feature
  1. Managing Undo Data
  • Transactions and Undo Data
  • Managing Undo
  • Configuring Undo Retention
  • Categories of Undo
  • Temporary Undo Benefits
  1. Creating and Managing User Accounts
  • Creating Common and Local Users   
  • Creating a Local User for an Application   
  • Exploring OS and Password File Authentication
  1. Configuring Privilege and Role Authorization
  • Granting a Local Role (DBA) to PDBADMIN   
  • Using SQL*Developer to Create Local Roles
  1. Configuring User Resource Limits
  • Using SQL*Developer to Create a Local Profile & Users
  • Configuring a Default Role for a User   
  1. Implementing Oracle Database Auditing
  • Enabling Unified Auditing   
  • Creating Audit Users   
  • Creating an Audit Policy   
  1. Introduction to Loading and Transporting Data
  • General Architecture
  • Oracle Data Pump
  • SQL Loader   
  • Loading Data into a PDB from an External File   
  • Moving Data from One PDB to Another PDB   
  • Transporting a Tablespace   

BONUS CONTENT / TIME PERMITTING

These extra / bonus chapters will be included with your courseware, but only covered in class if time permits

  1. Loading Data
  2. Transporting Data
  3. Using External Tables to Load and Transport Data
  4. Automated Maintenance Tasks: Overview
  5. Managing Tasks and Windows
  6. Database Monitoring and Performance Tuning Overview(Bonus)
  7. Monitoring Database Performance
  8. Database Processes
  9. Managing Memory
  10. Analyzing SQL and Optimizing Access Paths

 

Course Materials

Student Materials: Each participant will receive a Student Guide with course notes, code samples, software tutorials, step-by-step written lab instructions, diagrams and related reference materials and resource links. Students will also receive the project files (or code, if applicable) and solutions required for the hands-on work.

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