Oracle Database 12c: New Features Part 1: Manage the Multitenant Architecture Course Outline
The single most important new capability introduced with the Oracle 12c release of the database is the multitenant database feature. With this technology, the Oracle database can be a full participant in a cloud computing-based application architecture. Even a traditional on-premise systems architecture can be dynamically and dramatically transformed as a result of this feature. Many traditional and new database features are enhanced or introduced when a multitenant database configuration is used.
The primary target audiences for this course are:
•Application designers and developers
•Web server administrators
•Data center support engineers
•Chief Information Officers (CIO) and other information technology (IT) management professionals
The entire Oracle database administrator curriculum has these prerequisites for Oracle Database Developers. Senior developers will also need these prerequisites, or equivalent experience:
•Oracle Database 12c: SQL Fundamentals (Levels I & II)
•Oracle Database 12c: PL/SQL Fundamentals (Levels I & II)
For Oracle Administrators these are the required prerequisites, or equivalent experience:
•Oracle Database 12c: Install & Upgrade Workshop
•Oracle Database 12c: Architecture & Internals
•Oracle Database 12c: Administration Workshop
•Oracle Database 12c: Administration Workshop II - Advanced
•Oracle Database 12c: Resource Manager & Scheduler
This course considers subjects helpful for certification as an Oracle Database 12c Administrator Certified Professional (OCP) for "Exam: 1Z0-060: Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c" and for "Exam: 1Z0-063: Oracle Database 12c: Advanced Administration".
We will devote this course to the following multitenant database topics:
•Understanding the multitenant database architecture.
•Review the business challenges, needs and objectives that are addressed with multitenant database technology.
•Creating and connecting to Oracle container databases (cDBs) and pluggable databases (pDBs).
•Managing common and local users along with multiple container management of security objects.
•Creating container databases, provisioning pluggable databases, perform unplug and plug-in and administering multiple database tenants.
•Migrating traditional single tenant databases to pluggable databases.
•Managing temporary and permanent storage within container and pluggable databases.
•Multitenant backup and recovery strategies, including complete and incomplete recovery at either the container or the pluggable database level, Flashback Database and other sophisticated recovery operations.
•Using SQL, RMAN, DBCA and Enterprise Manager Cloud Control for the administration of multiple database tenants.
•Resource management and container caging.
•Fundamentals: The Multitenant Database Architecture
•Fundamentals: Creating & Connecting To Multitenant Databases
•Fundamentals: Multitenant Database Security Management
•Provisioning: Provisioning pDBs From pdb$seed
•Provisioning: Additional pDB Provisioning
•Administration: Administering Multitenant Databases
•Administration: Multitenant Storage Management
•Administration: Multitenant Backup & Recovery
•Administration: Multitenant Resource Management
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