Oracle Database:Deploy, Patch and Upgrade Workshop

Oracle Database:Deploy, Patch and Upgrade Workshop Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle Database: Deploy, Patch and Upgrade Workshop course will help you to understand Oracle Database Cloud Service and learn how to install Oracle Database software. In this training class, you will be taught how to create a container database and provision pluggable databases.

Target Audience

  • Data Warehouse Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Designer
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Administrator

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Course Modules

Module 1: Oracle Database Overview
  • Oracle Database Introduction
  • Oracle Database Architecture Overview
  • Oracle Database Instance Configurations
  • Oracle Database Memory Structures
  • Process Structures
  • Database Storage Architecture
  • Logical and Physical Database Structures
  • Container and Pluggable Database Overview
Module 2: Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server
  • Overview of Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server
  • System Requirements for Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  • Configuring Storage for Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
  • Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server
  • Upgrading Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server
Module 3: Installing Oracle Database Software
  • Planning Your Installation
  • System Requirements for Oracle Database
  • Preparing the Operating System
  • Using 4 KB Sector Disks
  • Setting Environment Variables
  • Checking the System Requirements
  • Using the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
  • Performing a Silent Mode Installation
Module 4: Creating an Oracle Database by Using DBCA
  • Planning the Database Storage Structure
  • Choosing non-CDB or CDB
  • Types of Databases (based on workload)
  • Choosing the Appropriate Character Set
  • Understanding How Character Sets are Used
  • Setting the NLS_LANG Initialization Parameter
  • Using the Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)
Module 5: Using Oracle Restart
  • Oracle Restart Overview
  • Oracle Restart Process startup
  • Controlling Oracle Restart
  • Choosing the Correct SRVCTL Utility
  • Oracle Restart Configuration
  • Using the SRVCTL Utility
  • Obtaining Help for the SRVCTL Utility
  • Starting Components by Using the SRVCTL Utility
Module 6: Introduction to Upgrading to Oracle Database
  • Upgrade Methods
  • Data Migration Methods
  • Supported Releases for Direct Upgrade
  • Overview of Upgrade Process
  • Performing a Rolling Upgrade
  • Upgrading a CBD
Module 7: Preparing to Upgrade to Oracle Database
  • Developing a Test Plan
  • Performance Testing
  • Requirements for Databases Using Oracle Label Security or Oracle Database Vault
  • Requirement for Databases Using Oracle Warehouse Builder
  • Using the Pre-Upgrade Information Tool
  • Backing Up the Database
  • Installing the Oracle Database Software
  • Preparing the New Oracle Home
Module 8: Upgrading to Oracle Database
  • Upgrading by Using the Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA)
  • Manually Upgrading to Oracle Database
  • Migrating a non-CDB to a CDB
Module 9: Performing Post-Upgrade Tasks
  • Migrating to Unified Auditing
  • Performing Post-Upgrade Tasks Following a Manual Upgrade
Module 10: Migrating Data by Using Oracle Data Pump
  • Data Pump Overview
  • Migrating by Using Data Pump
  • Importing by Using a Network Link
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.
  • Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server
  • Configure ASMLIB and create ASM disk groups
  • Apply the latest patch set updates to the Grid Infrastructure software
  • Install Oracle Database software
  • Use Oracle Restart to manage components
  • Prepare the Linux operating system for Oracle software installation
  • Upgrade Oracle Database
  • Create a container database
  • Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure for an Independent Server
  • Create an Oracle Database using DBCA
  • Install the latest patch set updates to the Oracle database software