Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Cloud Management Workshop

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Cloud Management Workshop Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Cloud Management Workshop training course enables you how to set up Infrastructure, Database and Middleware clouds. In this course, students will learn how to use the Cloud Self Service Portal and investigate consolidation and cloud deployment options.
 
Audience:
  • Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Manager
  • Systems Administrator

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Cloud Management Workshop (24 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction
  • What is Cloud Computing?
  • Private versus Public Clouds
  • Why implement a Private Cloud?
  • How does Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control implement a Private Cloud?
  • Three Clouds
  • The Cloud Management Lifecycle
Module 2: Cloud for self-service users
  • Define a self-service user in the context of IaaS and DBaaS clouds
  • The IaaS Self Service users' view of the cloud
  • The DBaaS Self Service users' view of the cloud
  • Outline of remaining lessons
Module 3: Common building blocks
  • Create Cloud Administrators
  • Create Cloud Self Service Users
  • Software Library
  • Self Update
  • Customise the Self Service Portal login page
  • Chargeback
Module 4: Implementing IaaS
  • The relationship between IaaS and OVM
  • What happens when an IaaS Self Service user requests a server
  • Registering OVM Manager
  • Discovering OVM Servers
  • Setting up OVM Storage Pools and a OVM Storage Repository
  • Configuring OVM Networks
  • Creating OVM Server Pools
  • Creating OVM Zones
Module 5: Setting up the IaaS Self Service Portal
  • How to setup the IaaS self service portal
  • Defining machine sizes
  • Defining request settings
  • Defining quotas against roles
  • Defining software components
Module 6: PaaS Fundamentals
  • PaaS Infrastructure Zone
  • PaaS Pool
  • Privilege Delegation
  • Provisioning Credentials
Module 7: Implementing DBaaS
  • Setting Up the DBaaS Infrastructure
  • Provisioning Oracle DB Homes
  • How DBaaS Pools Use Oracle Database Homes
  • Creating DBaaS Pools
Module 8: Setting up the DBaaS Self Service Portal
  • How to setup the DBaaS Self Service Portal
  • Defining request settings
  • Defining quotas
  • Creating DB provisioning procedures
  • Defining service templates
Module 9: Implementing MWaaS
  • Setting Up the MWaaS Infrastructure
  • Provisioning Oracle MW Homes
  • How MWaaS Pools Use Oracle Middleware Homes
  • Creating MWaaS Pools
Module 10: Setting up the MWaaS Self Service Portal
  • How to setup the MWaaS Self Service Portal
  • Defining request settings
  • Defining quotas
  • Creating MW provisioning procedures
  • Defining service templates
Module 11: Chargeback - making users pay to use your clouds
  • What you can charge for
  • Universal versus Extended chargeback plans
  • Assigning plans to IaaS and DBaaS targets
  • Assigning charges to cost centers
  • Assigning cost centers to IaaS and DBaaS targets
  • Reporting on chargeback
Module 12: Consolidation Planner
  • Optimizing the use of and realising the value of your IT Infrastructure
  • The IT Infrastructure Consolidation Roadmap
  • Consolidation Planner projects
  • Examining and interpreting project metric collections
  • Consolidation Planner project scenarios
  • Examining and interpreting project scenario findings
Module 13: Cloud Deployment Models
  • Cloud service models
  • Cloud service models - use cases
  • Cloud service models - what can go where
  • The cloud-type formula
  • Hybrid cloud use case
  • Private before Public
  • Commercial models - PAYG
  • Commercial models - Utility vs Subscription
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

After completion of this course; you will be able to:

  • Explore the benefits of The Cloud to an organization
  • Describe Oracle's Cloud offerings
  • Describe the role of the Cloud Self Service user
  • Learn what needs to be done to implement IaaS, DBaaS and MWaaS
  • Describe the relationship between IaaS & OVM Manager
  • Describe the building blocks of IaaS using OVM
  • Describe PaaS implementation in EMCC12c
  • Describe the topology of PaaS Infrastructure Zones
  • Describe the relationship between PaaS Pools & Oracle Homes
  • Learn what needs to be done to setup the IaaS, DBaaS and MWaaS Self Service Portals
  • Learn what needs to be done to implement and report on chargeback for IaaS, DBaaS and MWaaS clouds
  • Describe the challenge of optimising your Enterprise IT infrastructure
  • Describe the function on Consolidation Planner & its use of EMCC12c metric data
  • Define The Cloud
  • Describe the use of Consolidation Planner scenarios
  • Understand various possible cloud topologies and their applications