Oracle Database 12c Manage Multitenant Architecture — A 2 day course
This Oracle Database 12c Manage Multitenant Architecture course course is designed to give Oracle Database Administrators an understanding of Multitenant Architecture in Oracle Database 12c and to give them an appreciation of how Multitenant Architecture may be implemented at their own sites.
This Oracle Database 12c Manage Multitenant Architecture course is designed to give Oracle 12c Database Administrators the knowledge and skills needed to implement multitenant architecture. The Oracle Database 12c administrator will gain practical experience in creating, administering, backing up and recovering and monitoring an Oracle 12c multitenant database.
The delegate will practise:
- Creating a multitenant container database and pluggable databases
- Managing container and pluggable databases
- Managing storage in container and pluggable databases
- Managing common and local users, privileges and roles
- Managing backup, restore, recovery and flashback operations in a multitenant database
- Implementing Unified Auditing in a multitenant database
- Managing resource allocation in a container database and pluggable database
- Monitoring performance in a container database and pluggable database
- Using Data Pump and SQL*Loader features in a multitenant environment
- Using Auditing in a multitenant environment
This Oracle Database 12c Manage Multitenant Architecture course is designed for Oracle professionals who need to gain an understanding of multitenant architecture, and who need to create and manage a Container and Pluggable databases in Oracle Database 12c.
- Oracle Database 12c Administration
- Oracle Database 12c Install & Upgrade
- Oracle Database 12c RAC and Grid Infrastructure Administration
Together with the Oracle 12C Backup and Recovery course, the Oracle Database 12c Manage Multitenant Architecture course covers the major topics for the Oracle examination 1Z0-063: Oracle Database 12c: Advanced Administration.
Following attendance on the relevant courses, delegates will need to dedicate time for self study and researching the topics covered on the course. They will also need to gain hands-on experience so they can put into practice what they have learnt on the courses.
Attending courses alone will not guarantee exam success, previous experience, practice, self study and aptitude are also key requirements.
Before taking any exam, ensure you have the recommended experience. The Oracle website lists all exam requirements and these are updated regularly.
Exams are not included as part of the course nor in the course fee.
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Oracle Container and Pluggable Database Architecture
- Overview of Multitenant architecture
- An overview of a Container database (CDB)
- The benefits of Multitenant architecture
- Multitenant database terminology
- The root container and pluggable database containers
- The structure of the root container
- The structure of a pluggable database (PDB)
- CDB_xxx and DBA_xxx Views
Configure and create a Container Database and Pluggable Databases
- Tools used to create and manage a CDB and PDBs
- Create and configure a CDB using dbca
- Examine the structure of a CDB using Enterprise Manager, SQL Developer and the CDB_xxx Views
- Administer the database using Enterprise Manager, SQL*Plus and SQL Developer
- Create a new PDB from PDB$SEED
- Create a PDB from a Non-CDB
- Clone a PDB into the same CDB using DB links
- Plug and unplug a PDB
- Drop a PDB
Manage a Container Database anbd Pluggable Databases
- Connect to a CDB as an Administrator
- Connect to a PDB using a service name
- Startup and shutdown a CDB
- Open and close a PDB Using SQL*Plus and EM
- Open and close all PDBs
- Change the state of a PDB
- Configure CDB and PDB initialization parameters
Manage Storage in a Container Database and Pluggable Databases
- Data storage overview
- Create permanent tablespaces in the root and PDBs
- Create temporary tablespaces in the root and PDBs
- Temporary UNDO
Manage Common and Local Users, Roles and Privileges
- Manage common and local schemas and users in the Root and PDBs
- Manage system and object privileges to common and local grantees
- Manage common and local roles
- Manage common and local profiles
- Shared and non-shared objects
Manage Backup, Recovery and Flashback of a CDB and PDB
- Backup a CDB
- Backup a PDB
- Recover a CDB from the loss of redo log files, control files and undo datafile loss
- Recover a CDB from the loss of datafiles
- Use Flashback at CDB Level
- Duplicate PDBs
- Manage performance
- Manage resources between PDBs
- Manage resources within a PDB
- Manage resources with CDB and PDBs plans
- Automated maintenance tasks
- Maximize Consolidated Database Replay
- Export and import data
- Load data
- Audit operations
- Schedule jobs