Oracle DBA 11g – Scroll Slides for a Brief Introduction


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Brief Introduction of Oracle DBA:

Oracle DBA performs on a 3-tiered architecture that includes end-user, application server, and the database. As you go through the PowerPoint presentation, any viewer can understand about the basics of data, stored on different media, 50 per cent market share of Oracle when compared to DB2, Informix, Sybase, and SQL SERVER. Oracle database works on Relational Database Management System, RDBMS, and it is solely dependent on the relational model. Furthermore, the viewer can get a glimpse of images, and texts that describe Relational Database concept in detail, and the ways adapted by the end user in the operation of Relational Database and what does it define. The PowerPoint presentation makes use of structured query language to query the Relational Database. In order to provide understanding to the viewer, the genesis of the Oracle DBA is elaborated, and at the end, the last PowerPoint slide illustrates the responsibilities assigned to the database administrator in the functioning of Oracle DBA. You too can pursue Oracle DBA 11g, and below is the gist of the course conducted at kernel Training.

Oracle – DBA 11g


Module 1
Exploring the Database Architecture
Module: 2
Installing your Oracle Software
Module 03
Creating an Oracle Database
Module 04:
Managing the Database Instance
Module 05
Managing Database Storage Structures
Module 06
Administering User Security
Module 07
Managing Data Concurrency
Module 08
Managing Undo Data
Module 09
Backup and Recovery Concepts
Module 10
Use of RMAN Recovery Catalog & Configuring Backup Settings
Module 11
Performing Database Backups with RMAN
Module 12
Performing Database Recovery
Module 13
Moving Data
Module 14
Using Flashback Technology I
Module 15
Using Flashback Technology II
Module 16
Implementing Oracle Database Auditing
Module 17
Database Maintenance
Module 18
Performance Management
Module 19
Managing Performance by SQL Tuning
Module 20
Diagnosing the Database
Module 21
Managing Space
Module 22
Managing Space for the Database
Module 23
Managing the ASM Instance
Module 24
Duplicating a Database / Cloning Database
Module 25
Data Guard

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  • Describes 3 tier Architecture
  • Data details
  • Data storage on different media
  • Oracle controls 50 per cent of market share and DB2, Informix, Sybase, and SQL SERVER shares the remaining market share.
  • Relational database management system, RDBMS based on the relational model.
  • Relational database concept in detail
  • How relational database is operated by end user?
  • Definition of the relational database…
  • Makes use of Structured Query Language to query your database
  • History of Oracle database ….
  • Understand Oracle database....
  • Various responsibilities assigned for any database administrator …
  • Oracle DBA 11g – Scroll Slides for a Brief Introduction

    1. 1. Introduction to Oracle Database
    2. 2. 3-tier Architecture DATABASE DATA End-User Application Server Application Softwares Application Logic Websites Network Network
    3. 3. DATA Every organization has some information needs. • A library keeps a list of members, books, due dates, and fines. • A company needs to save information about its employees, departments, and salaries. These pieces of information are called data.
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    5. 5. Database • A database is an organized collection of data for one or more purposes, usually in digital form.
    6. 6. Oracle Database ORACLE DB2 INFORMIX SQL SERVERSYBASE 50% of Market Share
    7. 7. Relational Database • A relational database management system (RDBMS) is a database management system (DBMS) that is based on the relational model as introduced by E.F. Codd.
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    9. 9. Relational Database DATABASE DATA Tables End-User SQL • Retrieve Data • Insert Data • Modify Data • Remove Data
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    12. 12. History of Oracle Database ORACLE
    13. 13. History Oracle Database • In 1977, Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates founded Software Development Laboratories • After reading a paper by Codd in IBM Journal of Research & Development, they created Oracle. (written in Assembly languag • Version 2.0 of Oracle was released in 1979 & The company changed its name to Relational Software Inc. (RSI) • In 1982, RSI was renamed to Oracle Corporation. • In 1983, Oracle released version 3.0, which was rewritten in C. • In 1984, Oracle 4.0 & In 1985 version Oracle 5.0 released.
    14. 14. • In 1986, Oracle goes public on the NASDAQ exchange. • In 1988, Oracle version 6.0 was released. (It provided row-level locking, hot backup and PL/SQL)• In 1992, Oracle 7.0 released. It provided better performance, administrative utilities, application development tools, secu stored procedures, triggers and declarative integrity. • By 1999, Oracle released Oracle 8i. Supported for XML, Java V Machine (JVM) to run Java program in Database and also sc which was required for internet databases. • In 1997, Oracle released Oracle 8.0. It started embracing Java. Partitioning, support for images, large text, external data etc.( *Started support for Object in database (Object-Relational DB
    15. 15. History Oracle Database • In 2001, Oracle9i was released. Allows Oracle to run on RAC. • In 2003, Oracle10g was released, where g stands for Grid comp • In 2007, Oracle has released Oracle11g. Employing nearly 1,08,000 people worldwide as of 31 May 2011.
    16. 16. Responsibilities of Administrator DATABASE Enforcing Data INTEGRITY ASSIST PROGRAMMERS Maintaining SECURITY Providing AVAILABILITY RECOVERING DATA PERFORMANCE
    17. 17. Questions?
    18. 18. THANK YOU for attending Demo ofOracle DBA