home 
 
 
 
nlfr
 
Home
About ABIS
Services
Courses
Resources
Contact
MyABIS
C
All CoursesbalkjeGeneral courses » Introduction to HW & SW » Soft skills » TracksOperating systems » MVS - z/OS » Linux - UNIX » Mac OS X » iPad and iPhone iOSDatabases and middleware » Relational databases & SQL » Db2 for z/OS » Db2 for LUW » Oracle » SQL Server » MySQL & MariaDB » IMS » CICS » IBM MQ » WebSphere » Data Science, Big Data and AnalyticsApplication development » Methods and techniques » TOGAF » PRINCE2 » Agile development and Scrum » Programming languages » Internet development » Object Oriented systems » Java » Development tools » SAS » XML » SOA & web servicesSystems management » ITIL » SecuritybalkjePractical informationRegistration 
Oracle 12c: Multitenant

During this course participants learn about one of the two most challenging and innovative new features of Oracle 12c - the Oracle Multitenant database architecture. Indeed, the introduction of the multitenant architecture as well as the introduction of the concept of pluggeable databases has dramatically changed the traditional - now legacy - Oracle database architecture; and all of this without impacting the way traditional applications approach Oracle data!

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

 

Schedule

No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.

Intended for

Experienced Oracle DBAs who need to setup, configure and manage the Oracle Multitenant architecture. As multitenant - in the end - will become the ultimate Oracle architecture, this course will be beneficiary for all Oracle DBA's.

Background

Knowledge of Oracle - level Oracle Database Administration - is required.

Main topics

Container databases - pluggeable databases

The Multitenant Architecture - creation and administration of container databases - advantages and disadvantages - migration from legacy architecture

Concepts - creation and administration of pluggeable databases (starting/stopping) - access

Creating, deleting, modifying, cloning, plugging in/out databases

Promoting standard databases to containers

Training method

This is mainly a conceptual course. After a short theoretical introduction, some time is spent on the set-up and use in a theoretical context.

Duration

1 day.

Course leader

Kris Van Thillo.


SESSION INFO AND ENROLMENT