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The Oracle Database 11g Administrator (Upgrade From Oracle Database 10g) - Learning Path

Already know Database 10g but need to hone your skills to administer Oracle Database 11g? The Oracle Database 11g Administrator (Upgrade) learning path is designed to provide an effective curriculum plan for existing database administrators to quickly learn what is new in the 11g release. Oracle Database 11g is packed with features to help you safely and easily manage change and to provide high performance, scalability, fault tolerance, and the highest security for your enterprise. Once you learn the new features for administering a database, you can develop advanced knowledge in any of these focus areas:

  • Performance management
  • High availability
  • Grid
  • Security
  • Data warehouse administration
  • Manageability
  • Linux
  • Storage Server
Whether you pursue recommended courses for a focus area or select advanced DBA topics from multiple focus areas, the Oracle University curriculum tracks for Oracle Database 11g are created to meet today’s DBA challenges. Review our recommended courses and select the course that’s right for you.

Path Detail

A highly available IT infrastructure is a critical success factor for businesses in today’s fast-moving and “always-on” economy. Unavailability of critical data or applications may have a significant cost to enterprises in terms of lost productivity and revenue, dissatisfied customers, and tarnished corporate image. Oracle provides a comprehensive set of industry-leading, high-availability technologies that are preintegrated and can be implemented at minimal cost.

The Oracle Database 11g High Availability focus area provides you with the knowledge and skills to implement high-availability Oracle technologies:

  • Real Application Clusters (RAC) provides a foundation for Oracle’s Enterprise Grid Computing architecture. RAC effectively creates a single database system that spans multiple hardware systems yet appears to the application as a single unified database. By completing the RAC recommended courses, you develop expertise in how to administer and deploy RAC to maximize the availability, performance, and scalability of enterprise applications.
  • Data Guard provides the technology to deploy and manage one or more standby copies of a production database in a local or remote data center. Learn to use a variety of data protection solutions that can safeguard your enterprise from costly downtimes due to complete site failures. And learn how to deploy and administer Data Guard to address your high availability and disaster recovery requirements.
  • Oracle Clusterware is a portable cluster software that allows clustering of single servers so that they cooperate as a single system. Oracle Clusterware also provides the required infrastructure for Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). Oracle Clusterware provides high availability for any kind of application. Oracle Clusterware is based on proven cluster technology and has been ported to all the operating systems certified for Oracle Real Application clusters. Oracle Clusterware is the most common clustering solution for Linux today and was one of the first fully supported clustering solutions for Linux.
  • Backup and recovery strategies are critical to protect enterprises from disaster. Learn to use Oracle Secure Backup to provide centralized tape backup management for your entire Oracle environment, including databases and file systems.
  • Oracle Streams is a data replication and integration that enables information sharing by extending the reach of database applications throughout the organization. Learn to use Oracle Streams to enable propagation of data, transactions, and events in a data stream either within a database or from one database to another.
  • With Information Lifecycle Management, you enforce data management policies using tools such as partitioning, compression, and data movement utilities. Learn to use Oracle ILM Assistant to manage the various information lifecycle attributes.

Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators DBA Release 2

This Database 11g New Features training teaches you the key features and enhancements of both Oracle Database 11g Release 1 and Release 2. Learn to manage change, diagnose & recover from problems, ensure high availability, improve scalability & more.

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Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard Administration Release 2

This Database 11g Data Guard Administration training teaches you to use Oracle Data Guard to protect your Oracle database against planned and unplanned downtimes. Learn how it supports production functions like reporting, querying and testing.

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Oracle Grid Infrastructure 11g: Administer and Deploy Clusterware

In this course you gain a deep understanding of Oracle Clusterware including the software stack, process families, and file structures. You also learn how to administer Oracle Clusterware.

This course is based on Oracle Database 11g Release 1.

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Oracle Database 11g: Backup and Recovery Workshop

This Database 11g Backup & Recovery training will teach you to evaluate your own recovery requirements & develop an appropriate strategy for backup & recovery procedures. Get hands-on practices and workshops in a realistic technical environment.

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Oracle Database 11g: Oracle Secure Backup

This Oracle Database 11g: Oracle Secure Backup training teaches you how to use Oracle Secure Backup. See how Oracle Secure Backup supplies tape backup of databases and general file system.
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Oracle Database 11g: Implement Streams Release 2

In this course, students are introduced to Oracle Streams, a powerful and flexible information sharing feature of Oracle Database 11g Release 2. Oracle Streams allows you to share data and messages between schemas, applications, and databases which can be physically close to each other or continents apart. The lessons are designed to give you practical experience in configuring and managing a Streams environment. This course includes lessons on the fundamental components of Oracle Streams and how to administer each of these components. Also included are best practice guidelines and troubleshooting practices.

This course is based on Oracle Database 11g Release 2.

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