Oracle Database Cloud Training

Overview

                   This Oracle Database Cloud Training hands-on volume lays out ready-to-deploy roadmaps for the design and maintenance of high-performance private database clouds using Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c.

Learn best practices for a wide variety of different approaches—Database as a Service, Snap Clone as a Service, Schema as a Service, and Pluggable Database as a Service.

 

You will get an insider’s solutions for securing your cloud-based infrastructure, generating reliable RMAN backups, and protecting your mission-critical enterprise information using Oracle Data Guard.

This comprehensive volume from Oracle Press features detailed, step-by-step instructions with multiple screen shots and diagrams that illustrate each technique along the way.

 

Oracle Database Cloud Training

 

 

Objective

Oracle Database Cloud Training  introduces new and enhanced functionality, particularly in these three areas:

  • From Disk-Based to In-Memory Databases for high performance real-time analytics
  • From Data Warehouse to Big Data for insightful analysis of transactional and other data sources
  • From On-Premises to Database Optimized Cloud for greater agility, elasticity and lower IT costs

Designed for the Cloud, Oracle Database 12c Release 2 on Oracle Cloud offers customers the opportunity to take full advantage of In-Memory for real-time analytics, Big Data sources for greater insight and Multitenant to lower costs and increase agility, without having to make changes to existing applications.

 

 Course Contents

 

1 Consolidation Planning for the Cloud

Introducing Oracle Cloud Computing
Consolidating to Physical Servers
Running the Host Consolidation Planner
Creating a Custom Consolidation Scenario for P2P
Consolidating to Oracle Public Cloud Servers

Consolidating to Virtual Machines
Updating the Benchmark Rates
Database Consolidation Workbench
Creating a D2S Project and Scenario
Creating a D2D Project and Scenario
Implementing the Consolidation

 

2 Database as a Service

Configuring the Self Service Portal
Set Up the Software Library
Set Up Self Update
Deploy the Plug-ins
Create the Portal Role and User
Create the PaaS Infrastructure Zone
Create a Database Pool
Enter Quotas
Create a Data Profile: Single-Instance Database
Create a Data Profile: Snap Clone Database
Create a Service Template: Single-Instance Database
Create a Service Template: Snap Clone Database
Enable Request Settings
Configure Chargeback
Self-Service: Request and Create a Database Service
Self-Service: Request and Create a Snap Clone (CloneDB) Database Service

 

3 Schema as a Service

Create a Schema Pool
Dealing with Quotas
Creating a Data Profile
Creating a Service Template for the HR Schema
Creating a Service Template for User-Defined Schemas
Request Settings
Configuring Chargeback
Self Service: Request and Create a Schema Service
Self Service: Request and Create User-Defined Schemas

 

4 Pluggable Database as a Service

Creating a Pluggable Database Pool
Setting Up Quotas
Creating a Data Profile for PDB
Creating a Service Template from a PDB Profile
Creating a Service Template for an Empty PDB
Setting Up Request Settings
Configuring Chargeback
Self Service: Request and Create a PDB Service for SALES PDB
Self Service: Request and Create a PDB Service for Empty PDB
Viewing Chargeback Results
Administering the Cloud

 

5 Hybrid Database Cloud

Presetup for Hybrid Cloud
Testing the Hybrid Cloud
Installing the Cloud Agent
Discovering the Database and Listener on the Cloud Server
Comparing On-Premise and Cloud Database Configurations
Cloning PDBs from On-Premise to Cloud
Preserving the Agent Home When Patching the Cloud Database
Cloning to Oracle Cloud
Cloning from Oracle Cloud

 

6 Using the Cloud REST API

Installing the REST Client
Presteps
Step 1: Viewing Details
Step 2: Creating a Database
Step 3: Refreshing the Database That Was Requested and Created
Step 4: Deleting the Database That Was Requested and Created
Step 5: Creating a Schema
Step 6: Deleting the Schema Service That Was Requested and Created
Step 7: Creating a Pluggable Database
Step 8: Deleting the Pluggable Database That Was Requested and Created
Importing Postman Collections from JSON Files (Optional)

 

7 Managing Database Backups

Backups in the Past
RMAN Benefits
Initial Backup Steps
Backup Settings
Scheduling a Full Backup
Managing Backups
Scheduling an Incremental Backup
Backup Strategies
Database Group Backups
Backups of Oracle Database 12c
Creating Backup Reports

 

8 Managing Standby Databases

The Old Days of Oracle Disaster Recovery
Initial Steps
Adding a Standby Database
Menu Options for Data Guard
Data Guard Administration
Editing Standby Database Properties
Editing Primary Database Properties
Converting to Snapshot Standby
Switchover and Failover
Far Sync in Oracle Database 12c
Data Guard via Self Service

 

 

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