Database Management systems

  • Oracle
    1. ORACLE ARCHITECTURE
      Over View of RDBMS Concepts., Over View of Oracle Architecture and its components, Explain the difference between Oracle Instance and Oracle Database., Brief discussion on the user connectivity to oracle database and data access., Brief discussion about the different administrative and end user tools available with Oracle.
      Installing Oracle Software and Database Creation.
      Obtaining Oracle software from Oracle Technology Network (Study Purpose Only)., Understanding the pre-requisite for installing oracle software on Windows and Linux Environment, Discussion about Oracle Flexible Architecture(OFA), Installing Oracle Software Windows and Linux platform, Identify and configure commonly used environment variables, Creating Database using DBCA, Use DBCA to delete a database., Use DBCA to manage templates.
      Managing the Oracle Instance
      Understanding Oracle Enterprise Manager., Difference between Database Control and Grid Control., Use SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus to access the Oracle Database, Modify database initialization parameters, Describe the stages of Database Startup and Shutdown, Understanding the Database alert log file., Use of Data Dictionary and dynamic performance views
      Managing Database Storage Structures
      Describe how table row data is stored in blocks, Define the purpose of table spaces and data files, Explain space management in table spaces, Create table spaces, Manage table spaces: alter, drop, take offline, put online, add data files, make read-only or read-write, generate DDL, Obtain table space information, Explain key features and benefits of ASM
      Administering User Security
      Create and manage database user accounts, Create and manage roles, Grant and revoke privileges, Create and manage profiles, Understanding Database Audit Features, Understanding Fine Grained Audit Policy and enabling FGA
      Managing Schema Objects
      Create and modify tables, Define constraints and states of constraints, Dropping and truncating tables, Create and use B-Tree and Bitmap indexes, Create Views, Create sequences, Use data dictionary
      Managing Data and Concurrency
      Manipulate data through the use of SQL, Identify and administer PL/SQL objects, Describe triggers and triggering events, Define levels of locking, List possible causes of lock conflict, Monitor and resolve lock conflicts
      Managing Undo Data
      Monitor and administer undo, Configure undo retention, Describe the relationship between undo and transactions, Size the undo table space
      Configuring the Oracle Network Environment
      Use Database Control to Create additional listeners, Use Database Control to Create Oracle Net service aliases, Control Oracle Net Listeners, Identify when to use shared servers versus dedicated servers, Setting up of shared servers
      Proactive Maintenance
      Discussion on optimizer modes and importance of database statistics, Gather optimizer statistics., Manage the Automatic Workload Repository, Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM), Set warning and critical alert thresholds, React to performance issues, Use enterprise manager to view performance, Tune SQL by using SQL tuning advisor, Tune SQL by using SQL access advisor, Use automatic shared memory management, Use the memory advisor to size memory buffer
      Backup and Recovery
      Describe the types of failure that may occur in an Oracle Database, Identify the importance of checkpoints, redo log files, and archived log files, Difference between Instance recovery and Media Recovery, Tuning instance recovery, Configure a database for recoverability, Configure ARCHIVELOG mode, Performing Database Backup, Discussion on various backup methods available in Oracle, Create consistent database backups ( Offline Backups), Back up your database without shutting it down ( Online Backups), Create incremental backups, Automate database backups, Backup a control file to trace, Enable Flash recovery area, Monitor flash recovery area
      Performing Database Recovery
      Difference between complete and incomplete recovery, Perform a complete recovery, Recover from loss of a Control file, Recover from loss of a Redo log file, Recover from loss of a system-critical data file, Recover from loss of a non system-critical data file
      Performing Flashback
      Describe flashback database, Resotore the table contents to a specific point in time, Recover from a dropped table, Use Flashback Query to view the contents of the database as of any single point of time, View transaction history or row with flashback transaction query
      Moving Data
      Describe the general architecture of Data Pump, Use Data Pump export and import to move data between Oracle databases, Load data with SQL Loader, Use external tables to move data, Discussion on export and import utilities
      DURATION : 2 Months
  • SQL Server 2008
    1. Installing SQL Server
      Choosing installation options, Upgrading from previous versions
      Essential tools
      SQL Server Management Studio, Transact-SQL, SQL Server Configuration Manager, Policy-based Management
      Creating and Managing Databases
      Storage structures
      Creating databases and transaction logs, Defining file groups
      Managing database space
      Permitting automatic database growth, Specifying database options
      Moving databases
      Scripting objects and moving data with Transact-SQL, Detaching and attaching databases
      Implementing Server and Database Security
      Creating logins
      Contrasting Windows and SQL Server authentication, Making logins members of server roles, Enforcing password policy
      Authorizing database access
      Adding users and defining new roles, Delegating privileges with predefined roles, Handling mismapped logins
      Managing Permissions
      Granting database-scoped privileges
      Permitting object creation, Granting blanket permissions
      Schemas
      Designing schemas, Assigning a default schema
      Handling object-level permissions
      Limiting object access, Meeting complex permission requirements with roles, Examining permission hierarchies
      Recovering from Disasters
      Backing up databases
      Choosing a recovery model, Performing full, log and differential backups, Reclaiming transaction log space
      Restoring databases
      Recovering user databases, Testing recovery scenarios
      Automating Tasks with Jobs and Alerts
      The SQL Server Agent
      Configuring the agent, Setting up Database Mail
      Multistep jobs
      Defining jobs to handle routine tasks, Creating alerts and operators, Associating alerts with jobs
      Performing Database Maintenance
      Fragmentation and database corruption
      Identifying and curing fragmentation, Finding and repairing database corruption
      Database Maintenance Plan Wizard
      Choosing maintenance tasks, Scheduling plan execution
      Monitoring SQL Server
      Ad hoc monitoring
      Identifying problems with Activity Monitor, Querying Dynamic Management Objects
      The Management Data Warehouse
      Configuring data collection, Reviewing the reports
      DURATION : 2 Months

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