Oracle Core Administration Skills
(ORCORE, Live Instructor-Led Training, 5 days)


This SETC Certified course provides a comprehensive exploration of the installation, configuration and maintenance of a production Oracle environment on a UNIX-LINUX platform. Topics covered include an overview of the different architectures, performance optimization through caching/tuning, backup and recovery and security. This comprehensive course discusses every aspect of Oracle database administration

Dates and Pricing

Jan 8 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 5 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 5 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person


Oracle Introduction
Overview of the Architecture
The Pieces of the Puzzle: The Server Products
Overview of Administration Tasks
Command Line Administration Tools
Graphical Administration Tools
Installing Oracle Server
Planning for an Installation
Configuring the Operating System
Installing Oracle Server
Monitoring and Tuning
Web Cache Administration
What is Caching?
Load Balancing
Managing the Web Cache
Thw Webcachectl Utility
J2EE and Oracle Server
J2EE Architecture
The J2EE and Oracle Collaboration
J2EE Components
Oracle Containers for J2EE
Deploying Applications
Database Connections
About Persistence and JDBC
JDBC Driver Types and Oracle
JNDI and DataSources
About BMP and CMP Entity Beans
About TopLink
High Availability
Fault Tolerance versus High Availability
The Need for High Availability
N-Tier Architectures and High Availability
Rolling Upgrades
OC4J High Availability Features
Transparent Application Failover
Performance Tuning
Proactive versus Reactive: The Path to Performance
Preparing for Monitoring
Forms Server Monitoring
HTTP Server Monitoring
Monitoring Oracle Instances
Monitoring the Web Cache
About Load Balancing
Backup and Recovery
The Need for Backup
Backup Types
Planning a Backup Strategy
Backing up an Application Server
Protecting the Metadata Repository
Oracle Security
WebCache Security
HTTP Server Security
OC4J Security
Oracle Identity Management
Reviewing the ChoquetteTech Sales Database