Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Oracle 9i DBAs/1Z0_055

Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Oracle 9i DBAs Certification Training Course Overview

Koenig offers a course on Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Oracle 9i DBA.This course introduces students to the new features of Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Database 11g. After completing this course, students will be able to: upgrade an Oracle9i database to Oracle Database 11g. Students will also learn: how to set up and perform typical tasks using the new features available with Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Database 11g including many of the Advisors. This course will train students to use features that increase database availability, simplify overall database management, and improve performance.

This course prepares you for Exam 1Z0_055.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Planning Your Upgrade to Oracle Database 11g
  • Steps to Upgrade to Oracle Database 11g
  • Choosing an Upgrade Method
  • Performing Character Conversion
Module 2: Upgrading the Oracle Database 11g
  • Installing Oracle Database 11g Software
  • Applying Oracle Software Patches
  • Creating a Database
Module 3: Real Application Testing
  • Why Use Database Replay?
  • Pre-Change Production System
  • Capture / Replay Considerations
  • Performing Workload Capture
  • Performing Workload Replay
  • Using SQL Performance Analyzer
  • Using Database Replay to test system changes
  • Using SQL Performance Replay to test SQL changes
Module 4: Upgrading Your Database Using other Methods
  • Using DBUA to Upgrade the Database
  • Oracle Database 11g: Upgrade Enhancements
  • Backing Up the Database Before Upgrade
  • Using the Preupgrade Information Tool
  • Using New Postupgrade Status Utility
Module 5: Performing Post-Upgrade Steps
  • Upgrading Server Manager scripts
  • Performing Additional Upgrade Tasks
  • Using New Features in Your Upgraded Database
  • Executing the Postupgrade Script
  • Upgrading the National Character Set toAL16UTF16
  • Checking for Unusable Function-based Indexes
  • Upgrading the Recovery Catalog
Module 6: Using EM: Database Control and Grid Control
  • Administering the Database Using Enterprise Manager: Overview
  • Using Database Control
  • Granting Database Control Administrative Privileges
  • Using Grid Control to Manage Your Environment
  • Setting Preferred Credentials
Module 7: Proactively Maintaining the Database
  • Oracle Database 11g: Self-Managing Database
  • Automatic Workload Repository
  • Job Scheduler Concepts
  • Server-Generated Alerts
  • Advisor Framework
  • Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor
  • Configuring Alerts
Module 8: Managing System Resources
  • Database Resource Manager: Concepts (auto enabled)
  • Using New Features of Database Resource Manager
  • Exploring Allocation methods
  • Maximum Estimated Execution Time
  • Automatic Consumer Group Switching
  • Using Resource Manager Statistics
Module 9: Automating Tasks with the Scheduler
  • Scheduler Concepts
  • Using Scheduler Programs
  • Windows and Resources
  • Administering the Scheduler
Module 10: Managing Memory Structures
  • Enabling Automatic Memory Management
  • Modifying Parameters for Automatically Managed Components
  • Modifying Parameters for Manually Sized Components
  • Monitoring Automatic Memory Management
Module 11: Managing Database Storage Structures
  • Using the SYSAUX Tablespace
  • Specifying a Default User Tablespace
  • Using Oracle Managed Files (OMF
  • Creating Bigfile Tablespaces
  • Using Nonstandard Block Sizes
  • Proactively Monitoring Tablespaces
  • Using the Redo Logfile Sizing Advisor
Module 12: Implementing Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
  • ASM: Key Features and Benefits
  • ASM: General Architecture
  • Accessing an ASM Instance
  • ASM Administration
  • Database Instance Parameter Changes
  • Migrating Your Database to ASM
Module 13: Managing Database Space
  • Understanding Automatic Undo Management
  • Specifying the Undo Management Mode
  • Setting the Undo Management Initialization Parameters
  • Using the Undo Advisor
Module 14: Administering Users and Database Security
  • Unlocking Default User Accounts
  • Specifying a Common Password for System
  • Securing access by user
  • Using Fine-Grained Auditing
  • Auditing the SYS User
  • Understanding Changes to the Audit Trail
Module 15: Managing Schema Objects
  • Using Automatic Segment-space Management
  • Estimating Table and Index Size Before Creation
  • Granting Object Privileges on Behalf of the Object Owner
  • Performing Online Redefinition of Tables
  • Enabling Data Segment Compression
  • Automatically Collecting Statistics
  • Using the Segment Advisor
Module 16: Accessing and Loading Data
  • Using Data Pump to Import and Export Data
  • Managing External Tables
  • Cross-Platform Transportable Tablespaces
Module 17: Performing Backup and Recovery Operations
  • Using RMAN to Back up the SPFILE
  • Creating Change-aware Incremental Backups
  • Encrypting backups
  • Using backup compression
  • Using RMAN to Perform Recovery: Automatic File Creation During Recovery
  • Performing Trial Recovery
  • Enabling and Performing Flashback Database
Module 18: Recovering From User Errors
  • Using Flashback Query
  • Auditing and Recovering Transactions Using the Flashback Transaction Query Feature
  • Retrieving Row History Information Using the Flashback Version Query Feature
  • Recovering Table Data Using the Flashback Table Feature
  • Recovering Dropped Tables using Flashback Drop Feature
  • Flashing back a transaction
  • Using LogMiner Enhancements
Module 19: Managing Performance
  • Using the SQL Tuning Advisor
  • Using the SQL Access Advisor
  • Using the trcsess Utility to Consolidate Output from Trace Files
  • Using DBMS_MONITOR
Module 20: Diagnosability Enhancements
  • Oracle Database 11g Fault Management
  • Ease Diagnosis: Automatic Diagnostic Workflow
  • Automatic Diagnostic Repository
  • Incident Packaging Configuration
  • Running Health Checks
  • Using the SQL Repair Advisor
  • Viewing, Disabling, or Removing a SQL Patch
Module 21: Miscellaneous New Features
  • Managing & Using SQL Query Result Cache
  • Adaptive Cursor Sharing: Architecture
  • Temporary tablespace shrinkage
  • Using the client result cache
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Create a default permanent tablespace
  • Describe Automatic Storage Management 
  • Setup and modify Automatic SQL Tuning
  • Interpret reports generated by Automatic SQL Tuning
  • Minimize load requiements by specifying limits in backup time windows
  • Configure fined grained access to network services

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