Parallel Processing in Oracle Database 12c

Parallel Processing in Oracle Database 12c Certification Training Course Overview

Parallel Processing in Oracle Database 12c training course enables the benefits of parallelizing requests in a 12c database & use features of parallel processing. Upon completion of this course, you will learn the benefits of parallelizing requests in an Oracle 12c database. You will also learn how to use features of parallel processing introduced in Oracle 11g Release 1 and 2.
 
Audience:
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer

Parallel Processing in Oracle Database 12c (8 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites
  • Oracle Database 12c: SQL Tuning for Developers Ed 1
  • Basic knowledge of database administration

After completion of this course; you will learn following:-

  • Utilize Database Resource Manager to complement the control of parallel processing usage
  • Define why & when to use parallel processing
  • List the SQL statements & data loading utilities that can benefit from parallel processing
  • Explain the basic concepts & theory associated with parallel execution
  • Utilize a variety of parallel execution features with different SQL statements
  • Read & evaluate execution plans for parallelized statements
  • Use parallel processing features including Auto DOP, statement-queuing, and in-memory parallel execution
  • Examine specific configurations such as RAC database to & Database Machine with parallel execution
  • Troubleshoot parallel processing bugs such as no parallel execution, unexpected DOP, or performance decrease
  • Trace parallel execution to provide assistance to Oracle customer support