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Oracle Exa Cloud

Faculity Name : Raj

Experience : 11 Years

Course Duration : 25 classes

Price : 22000 INR

Course Details

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Exa Cloud, one of the powerful machines of Oracle on cloud through which we attain all the requirements for a database like high availability, disaster recovery solution etc in a single shot. Very very demandful in the market and learn it upfront and grab wonderful chance as DMA in your dream companies.

Pre-requisite: Oracle DBA, Oracle RAC

Training highlights:

VMware dump for practice purpose

In-depth details about Exadata machine

Discussion on latest version boxes

Monitoring tools for Exadata

Patching Exadata machine

Raj

Experience : 11 Years

Raj  is having 7 years experience as Oracle RAC & EXADATA  DBA and currently working in MNC as DMA.

He has been into training industry for more than 3 years now and handled  corporate and personal training batches. 50+ of his trained professionals were placed into MNC's in  India .

His training is purely real time oriented with lot of exposure to the internals as well as real time issues. His expertise helps a layman candidate to understand about Oracle Database Administration to the core.

Oracle Exa Cloud Course Content

Oracle ExaCloud Course Content

 

Getting Started with Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • About Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • About Exadata Cloud at Customer Instances
  • Exadata System Configuration
  • Exadata Storage Configuration
  • Multiple VM Clusters
  • CPU Oversubscription
  • About Exadata Cloud at Customer Database Deployments
  • Service Level
  • Oracle Database Software Release
  • Oracle Grid Infrastructure Software Release
  • Oracle Database Software Edition
  • Oracle Database Type
  • Automatic Backup Configuration
  • Data Security
  • Security of Data at Rest
  • Security of Data in Transit

 

Managing the Exadata Cloud at Customer Life Cycle

  • Creating an Exadata Cloud at Customer Instance
  • Creating a Database Deployment
  • Creating a Database Deployment Using a Cloud Backup
  • Creating a Cloud Backup of an On-Premises Database
  • Replacing the Database by Using the Oracle Database Cloud Service Console
  • Replacing the Database by Using ibkup Actions
  • Creating a Clone Database Deployment from a Snapshot Master
  • Viewing All Database Deployments
  • Viewing Detailed Information for a Database Deployment
  • Viewing Activities for Database Deployments in an Identity Domain
  • Stopping, Starting, and Removing Database Instances
  • Stopping, Starting, and Restarting Compute Nodes
  • Scaling an Exadata Cloud at Customer Instance
  • Modifying the Compute Node Processing Power
  • Adding Exadata Storage
  • Adding Compute Nodes
  • Suspending and Resuming an Exadata Cloud at Customer Instance
  • Creating and Managing Snapshots of a Database Deployment
  • Deleting a Database Deployment
  • Deleting an Exadata Cloud at Customer Instance

 

Managing Network Access to Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • About Network Access to Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Generating a Secure Shell (SSH) Public/Private Key Pair
  • Generating an SSH Key Pair on UNIX and UNIX-Like Platforms Using the sshkeygen
  • Utility
  • Generating an SSH Key Pair on Windows Using the PuTTYgen Program
  • Creating an SSH Tunnel to a Compute Node Port
  • Creating an SSH Tunnel Using the ssh Utility on Linux
  • Creating an SSH Tunnel Using the PuTTY Program on Windows
  • Controlling Network Access to Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Defining a Custom Host Name or Domain Name for Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Defining a Custom SCAN Host Name for Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Using Network Encryption and Integrity

 

Accessing Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • Connecting to a Compute Node Through Secure Shell (SSH)
  • Connecting to a Compute Node Using the ssh Utility on UNIX and UNIX-Like
  • Platforms
  • Connecting to a Compute Node Using the PuTTY Program on Windows
  • Accessing Enterprise Manager Database Express 18c
  • Accessing Enterprise Manager Database Express 12c
  • Accessing Enterprise Manager 11g Database Control
  • Connecting Remotely to the Database by Using Oracle Net Services

Administering Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • Using Exadata I/O Resource Management
  • Adding an SSH Public Key
  • Removing an SSH Public Key
  • Updating the Cloud Tooling on Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Administering VM Clusters
  • Viewing Information About Existing VM Clusters
  • Creating a VM Cluster
  • Modifying an Existing VM Cluster
  • Deleting a VM Cluster
  • Administering Oracle Homes
  • Viewing Information About Oracle Homes
  • Viewing Information About Oracle Homes by Using the dbaascli Utility
  • Moving a Database to Another Oracle Home
  • Creating an Oracle Home
  • Deleting an Oracle Home
  • Administering a Data Guard Configuration
  • Performing a Switchover Operation
  • Performing a Manual Failover Operation
  • Reinstating a Failed Primary Database
  • Configuring Clients for Automatic Failover
  • Administering Pluggable Databases
  • Registering a Database
  • Maintaining the Manageability of Exadata Cloud at Customer

 

Backing Up and Restoring Databases on Exadata Cloud at

Customer

  • About Backing Up Database Deployments on Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • Viewing Detailed Backup Configuration Information
  • Customizing the Automatic Backup Configuration
  • Creating an On-Demand Backup
  • Creating an On-Demand Backup by Using the bkup_api Utility
  • Deleting a Backup
  • Updating the Password for Backing Up to Cloud Storage
  • Changing to a Different Backup Destination
  • Changing the Backup Destination
  • Disabling and Re-enabling Scheduled Backups
  • Validating Backups
  • Restoring from the Most Recent Backup
  • Restoring from the Most Recent Backup by Using the bkup_api Utility
  • Restoring from a Specific Backup
  • Restoring from a Specific Backup by Using the bkup_api Utility
  • Restoring to a Specific Point in Time
  • Restoring to a Specific Point in Time by Using the bkup_api Utility
  • Restoring System and Database Configuration Files
  • Recover Backups Using the dbaasapi Utility
  • Manually Restoring from a Backup
  • View Details About Automatic Backups

Patching Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • About Patching Exadata Cloud at Customer
  • The exadbcpatchmulti Command
  • Listing Available Patches
  • Listing Available Patches by Using the exadbcpatchmulti Command
  • Listing Available Patches by Using the dbaascli Command
  • Checking Prerequisites Before Applying a Patch
  • Checking Prerequisites Before Applying a Patch by Using the exadbcpatchmulti
  • Command
  • Checking Prerequisites Before Applying a Patch by Using the dbaascli
  • Command
  • Applying a Patch
  • Applying a Patch by Using the exadbcpatchmulti Command
  • Applying a Patch by Using the dbaascli Command
  • Listing Applied Patches
  • Rolling Back a Patch or Failed Patch
  • Rolling Back a Patch or Failed Patch by Using the exadbcpatchmulti Command
  • Rolling Back a Patch or Failed Patch by Using the dbaascli Command

 

 

Migrating Oracle Databases to Exadata Cloud at Customer

  • Choosing a Migration Method
  • Migration Methods
  • Conventional RMAN Backup and Recovery
  • Conventional Data Pump Export and Import
  • Conventional Data Pump Export and Import: Example
  • Transportable Tablespaces
  • Data Pump Transportable Tablespace: Example
  • Data Pump Full Transportable Export and Import
  • Transportable Tablespaces with Cross-Platform Incremental Backup
  • Transportable Database
  • Data Guard Physical Standby
  • Advanced Data Guard Migration Options
  • Unplugging and Plugging a Pluggable Database
  • Plugging in a Non-CDB
  • Cloning a Remote PDB or Non-CDB

The dbaascli Utility

  • dbaascli database bounce
  • dbaascli database changepassword
  • dbaascli database move
  • dbaascli database start
  • dbaascli database status
  • dbaascli database stop
  • dbaascli database update
  • dbaascli dbhome create
  • dbaascli dbhome info
  • dbaascli dbhome purge
  • dbaascli dbimage list
  • dbaascli listener bounce
  • dbaascli listener start
  • dbaascli listener status
  • dbaascli listener stop
  • dbaascli orec keep list
  • dbaascli orec keep tag
  • dbaascli orec latest
  • dbaascli orec list
  • dbaascli orec pitr
  • dbaascli orec scn
  • dbaascli patch db apply
  • dbaascli patch db list
  • dbaascli patch db prereq
  • dbaascli patch db switchback
  • dbaascli patch tools apply
  • dbaascli patch tools list
  • dbaascli pdb checkdb
  • dbaascli pdb checknode
  • dbaascli pdb checkpdb
  • dbaascli pdb close
  • dbaascli pdb connect_info
  • dbaascli pdb connect_string
  • dbaascli pdb create
  • dbaascli pdb delete
  • dbaascli pdb info
  • dbaascli pdb local_clone
  • dbaascli pdb open
  • dbaascli pdb remote_clone
  • dbaascli pdb rename
  • dbaascli pdb resize
  • dbaascli pdb start_service
  • dbaascli registerdb begin
  • dbaascli registerdb prereqs
  • dbaascli registerdb registry
  • dbaascli tde rotate masterkey
  • dbaascli tde status
  •  

 

ExaCLI Commands

  • activerequest
  • alertdefinition
  • alerthistory
  • cell
  • celldisk
  • database
  • flashcache
  • flashcachecontent
  • flashlog
  • griddisk
  • ibport
  • iormprofile
  • lun
  • metriccurrent
  • metricdefinition
  • metrichistory
  • offloadgroup
  • physicaldisk
  • pluggabledatabase
  • diagpack
  • iormplan
  • quarantine
  • dbPerfDataSuppress
  • diagHistoryDays
  • events
  • metricCollection
  • metricHistoryDays
  • offloadGroupEvents
  • securityCert
  • securityPrivKey
  • securityPrivKeyPW
  • securityPubKey
  • traceLevel

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  • Real Time oriented training
  • Guidance on Resume preparation
  • Mock Interviews
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