Oracle Database Administration

Oracle Database is one of the oldest and most popular database management systems in the industry. The first version of Oracle Database was released in 1979, and has been through several iterations over the last thirty-five years.

The most recent version of the product is Oracle Database 12c, but several older versions are still in use in the business world. Oracle Database serves as the foundation for all of the company's other business solutions, which has also contributed to its large presence in the enterprise.

Database Administrators (DBAs) are responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of computerized databases in today's organizations. The role also includes architecting, building and scaling databases for future data growth and capacity. They are also responsible for security, performance and availability of data to users and customers. .

All the above tasks are performed with the help of a Database Management System (DBMS) and the leading and most widely used DBMS across the world today are the Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database etc. Out of the three DBMS technologies, Oracle Database is the most popular and widely used database in the world today.

1.Introduction To DBMS
2.Introduction To RDBMS
3.Sub Language Commands
4.Introduction To SQL Database Object
5.Built In Functions
6.Grouping The Result Of A Query
7.Working With Integrity Constraints
8.REF Constraint 
9.Querying Multiple Tables (Joins)
10.Working With Sub Queries
11.Working With DCL, TCL Commands
12.Maintaining Database Objects VIEWS In Oracle
13.Working With Sequences 
14.Working With Synonyms 
15.Working With Index And Clusters 
16.Creating Cluster Tables, Implementing Locks, Working With Roles 
17.Pseudo Columns In Oracle
18.Data Partitions & Parallel Process
20.SQL * Loader
21. PL-SQL (Procedure Language – SQL) 
22.Advanced PL/SQL
24.Database Triggers In PL/SQL
25.File Input/Output
26.Implementing Object Technology
27.LOBS & Collections
28.Oracle Database Architecture
29.Advanced Features
30.DBA Concepts.

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