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Oracle DBA Training Course Content
Architecture &
Configuration 1-1: Overview of
Oracle DBA tasks Oracle as a flexible, complex & robust RDBMSThe evolution of hardware and the relation to OracleDifferent DBA job roles (VP of DBA, developer DBA,
production DBA, database babysitter)The changing job role of the Oracle DBAEnvironment management (network, CPU, disk and RAM)Instance management (managing SGA regions)Oracle table and index management 1-2: Instance
ArchitectureInstance vs. databaseComponents of an instanceCreating the OFA file structure ($DBA, bdump, udump, pfile) 1-3: Oracle Instance
InternalsSGA vs. PGABackground processesInterfaces with server and disk I/O subsystem1-4: Using SQL*Plus
for DBA managementConnecting and executing SQLUsing the “as sysdba” syntaxOverview of SQL*Plus DBA commands (startup, etc.) 1-5: Control files,
UNDO and REDO managementExplaining the use of control filesListing the Contents of the control FileFile locations for control FilesObtaining Control File InformationListing control file contentsDisplaying and Creating Undo segmentsAltering Undo SegmentsDetermining the Number and Size of Undo segmentsUnderstanding flashback technologyTroubleshooting Undo – snapshot too oldRedo log concepts for recoveryOnline redo log (log_buffer) online redo logs and archived
redo logsOracle ARCH and LGWR background processesRedo log dictionary queriesRedo log switch frequency and performanceMultiplexing the Online Redo Log FilesArchiving the Oracle Redo LogsRecovery using the redo log files 1-6: User and
privilege managementThe three security methods (VPD, Grant security/role-based
security, grant execute)Creating New Database UsersUsing pre-spawned Oracle connectionsAuditing User activityIdentifying System and Object PrivilegesGranting and Revoking PrivilegesCreating and Modifying RolesDisplaying user security Information from the Data
Dictionary Oracle database
management2-1: Overview of
instance managementParameter files (init.ora, listener.ora, tnsnames.ora)Rules for sizing SGA componentsAutomated Oracle memory management (AMM)2-2: Initialization files
managementCreating the init.ora fileUsing spfileDisplaying init.ora values with v$parameter 2-3: Oracle*Net
configurationCreating the listener.ora fileCreating the tnsnames.ora file  2-4: Data buffer
configuration & sizingInside the Oracle data buffersUsing the KEEP poolMonitoring buffer effectivenessUsing multiple blocksizes (multiple buffer pools) 2-5: Shared pool and
PGA configuration & SizingShared pool concepts and componentsUnderstanding the library cacheRelieving shared pool contentionOverview of PGA for sorting and hash joinsUsing sort_area_size, hash_area_size and
pga_aggregate_target 2-6: Troubleshooting
network connectivityVerifying network connectivity with ping and tnspingTesting database links Oracle object
management3-1: Oracle tables,
views and materialized viewsTypes of Oracle tables (regular, IOT, sorted hash clusters,
nested tables)Oracle ViewsOracle materialized views 3-2: Oracle indexesTypes of Oracle indexes (b-tree, bitmap, bitmap join index)Creating B*-Tree, bitmap and function-based IndexesFunction-based indexesFinding indexing opportunitiesIndex maintenance 3-3: Oracle
constraintsCosts & benefits of constraintsTypes of Oracle indexes constraints (check, not null, unique,
PK, FK)Cascading constraints 3-4: Schema, File
& tablespace managementDescribing the relationship between data files, tablespaces
and tableUnderstanding Oracle segmentsCreating Tablespaces – using the autoextend optionChanging the Size of Tablespaces – alter database datafile
commandDefining a TEMP tablespaceChanging the default storage Settings for a tablespaceReview of the storage parameters in DBA views (ASM, ASSM,
pctfree, pctused and freelists).Monitoring Chained rows (fetch continued rows)Monitoring Insert and Update performance (pctused, APPEND) 3-5: Database
MaintenanceReason for reorgs – chained rows, imbalanced freelistsReorganizing Tables using Export and ImportUsing CTAS to reorganize dataIndex rebuildingBackup & Recovery overview (hot & cold Backups,
RMAN, block change tracking) 3-6: Oracle DBA
UtilitiesData pump (Imp and exp utilities)SQL*LoaderLogMinerFlashbackDataGuardOracle DBA utilities – Oracle dbms packages
(dbms_redefinition)Replication (Streams, multimaster, materialized views) Monitoring OracleThis section explores the methods used for monitoring all
active components of the Oracle database. 4-1: Dictionary and
v$ viewsThe dba_, all_ and user_ structuresQuerying the tables, indexes, and segments viewsQuerying the AWR (STATSPACK) tables 4-2: Table &
index monitoringMonitoring table extents and fragmentationUsing the dba_tables and dba_segments viewsMonitoring table CBO statisticsMonitoring table extents and fragmentationLocating chained rowsMonitoring table & index growthMonitoring index usageMonitoring index fragmentationLocating un-used indexesIdentifying IOT candidatesReorganizing Indexes with alter index rebuildDropping IndexesGetting Index Information from the Data Dictionary 4-3: workload &
trend monitoringOracle automated workload toolsUsing v$bh to monitor buffer activityUsing v$sql and v$sql_plan 4-4: Instance
monitoringMonitoring with the AWR and STATSPACKCreating a time-series performance reportUsing www.statspackanalyzer.comScripts for AWR and STATSPACKPlotting performance data (Ion, Excel)Finding performance trends and signatures 4-5: Oracle
environment monitoringDisplaying and managing Oracle sessions (v$session,
v$process)Using AWR to monitor disk, network and CPU consumptionMonitoring the alert logOracle trace/dump files 4-6: STATSPACK and
AWR performance managementInstalling STATSPACKRunning STATSPACK reportsInterpreting a STATSPACK reportGetting time series reports with STATSPACKFinding performance signatures with STATSPACK Performance
ManagementThis section explores the methods used for performance
management in Oracle and shows tips and scripts for monitoring all components
of any Oracle database. You will also learn the proper action to take when any
area of Oracle becomes a bottleneck. 5-1: Bottleneck
performance analysisDrill-down into AWR reportsTop-5 timed eventsExternal Server Bottlenecks (Network, I/O, RAM, CPU)Network troubleshooting 5-2: Instance TuningChanging init.ora optimizer parameters
(index_optimizer_cost_adj, optimizer_mode)Managing region parameters (shared_pool_size, db_cache_size)Understanding instance contention (e.g. Buffer busy waits,
library cache contention) 5-3: SQL and CBO
behaviorIntroduction to cost-based optimizationChanging the default optimizer modesOptimizer parametersDynamic samplingCollecting table and index statistics (dbms_stats)Using column histograms and skew only 5-4: Tracing SQL
Execution Using EXPLAIN PLANUsing “set autotrace”Interpreting EXPLAIN PLAN OutputUsing TKPROF / SQL*Trace 5-5: SQL Execution
Internals Review of Basic joining methodsMerge joinHash JoinNested Loop joinAdvanced SQL operatorsBetween operator 5-6: SQL TuningUsing hints to improve SQL performanceUsing parallel query to improve performanceSQL reusability within the library cacheTable best-water markTable striping and table partitionsUsing indexes to improve performanceIdentifying full-table scansRe-writing SQL queriesTuning sub-queries 6-1: Oracle High
Availability toolsContinuous availability and disaster recoveryQuantifying the cost of unplanned downtimeOracle multi-master replicationDataGuardOracle StreamsReal Application Clusters 6-2: Backup &
RecoveryOS-level backupsHardware-level backup & recoveryBlock-level change trackingDisk mirroringBackup & recovery and RAID levelOracle-level backups (expdp & RMAN)

Hot vs. Cold backups

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Oracle DBA Training Duration in Bangalore
Regular Classes( Morning, Day time & Evening)

Duration : 30 Days

Weekend Training Classes( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

Duration : 8 Weeks

Fast Track Training Program( 5+ Hours Daily)

Duration : Within 10 days

Oracle DBA Training Trainer Profile
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Has worked on 3 realtime Oracle DBA Training projects
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Already trained 60+ Students so far.
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