This course deals with a high availability database with adequate performance. All database technologies are compatible with this unique college.
The student will have experience in Oracle database architecture, operating system installation, Oracle software, backup and recovery (logic, physics, RMAN), performance tuning techniques (tools and best practices such as statistics, tracking files, AWR, ASMM) And updates. Migrations associated with high availability features such as Data Guard and ASM are particularly focused on real-world scenarios that prepare you for the difficult Oracle DBA role.
Oracle is a comparative database management system developed by Lawrence Ellison in 1977. The Oracle system stores and performs numerous data collection operations. The Oracle database treats data collection as a unit that helps store and retrieve information necessary for users to access through SQL (Structured Query Language).
Oracle's main advantage is that its architecture, which is divided into logical and physical, helps in distributed computing on a large scale.
It will be easier for you to learn to become a DBA if you have one of the following: