Koenig Solutions offers a range of Database Administration Trainings, which will help students in learning the basics to build a well-made database with the help of basic database commands. Students will get to learn how to operate the stored data and return meaningful results to analyze the data stored. You can also opt these courses to achieve Database administration certification. You will be equipped with Oracle Database administration certification, Oracle OCA DBA Training, OCP DBA training after opting for these courses. You can choose from an array of courses that include Oracle 11g DBA OCA & OCP, Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) DBA 11g, Oracle Database 12c: RAC Administration, Oracle Database 12c: Clusterware Administration, Oracle Database 11g: RAC Administration Release 2 NEW, Career Enabler™ : Oracle Database Administrator, Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Oracle 9i DBA, Oracle GoldenGate 12c: Fundamentals, Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning, Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery and Oracle Database 12c: SQL Tuning for Developers among others.
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Upon completion of any of the courses, you will be able to:
The most popular certification for DBA are the Microsoft SQL Server Database certifications (including MCSA: SQL Database Administration, MCSA: SQL Database Development, MCSE: Data Management and Analytics and MTA: Database), followed by Oracle Database 12c Administrator certifications.
Steps to follow: 1. Earn a degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or the Management of Information Systems (MIS) 2. Decide the technology - Oracle or Microsoft 3. Learn the corresponding SQL programming language 4. Gain experience as a Database Developer 5. Pursue the course and become a certified Database Administrator 6. Move into a Database Administrator role
The average salary of an Oracle Database Administrator is $91,591 per year, as per a report generated by PayScale.
The Oracle DBA course provides you an in-depth knowledge of the Oracle Database Server Administration. The course gives you an understanding of the Oracle DBA Architecture, memory and process architecture, database structures, security, schema objects, data backup and recovery.
The role and responsibilities of a Database Administrator include:
Steps to follow: