McGraw-Hill Education - Oracle Database 12c DBA Handbook (2015 EN)

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    Author: Bob Bryla
    Full Title: Oracle Database 12c DBA Handbook
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (June 24, 2015)
    Year: 2015
    ISBN-13: 9780071798792 (978-0-07-179879-2)
    ISBN-10: 007179879X
    Pages: 744
    Language: English
    Genre: Database Storage
    File type: PDF (True)
    Quality: 10/10
    Price: £44.99

    The Most Complete, Current Oracle DBA Resource.

    Maintain a high-performance Oracle Database using the best practices and expert techniques in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Database 12c DBA Handbook is thoroughly updated to cover the new features and utilities, including the multitenant architecture, Oracle Database In-Memory option, and cloud enhancements. Real-world examples for every major configuration are included. You’ll learn how to successfully manage a highly available, robust, secure, and extensible Oracle enterprise database environment.

    ░ Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c
    ░ Plan and manage tablespaces
    ░ Maximize database performance using effective physical database layouts and storage management methods
    ░ Monitor disk space used by database objects
    ░ Manage transactions with undo tablespaces
    ░ Implement expert performance-tuning techniques
    ░ Increase query speed using the new Oracle Database In-Memory option
    ░ Manage database security through authentication, authorization, and auditing
    ░ Take full advantage of the multitenant database architecture
    ░ Enable high availability and scalability with Oracle Real Application Clusters and Oracle Active Data Guard
    ░ Perform backup and recovery with Oracle Recovery Manager
    ░ Manage distributed databases and VLDBs


    Part I
    1 Getting Started with the Oracle Architecture
    2 Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c
    3 Planning and Managing Tablespaces
    4 Physical Database Layouts and Storage Management

    Part II Database Management
    5 Developing and Implementing Applications
    6 Monitoring Space Usage
    7 Managing Transactions with Undo Tablespaces
    8 Database Tuning
    9 Database Security and Auditing
    10 Pluggable Databases (Multi-Tenant or Container Databases)
    11 Real Application Clusters
    12 Backup and Recovery Options
    13 Using Recovery Manager (RMAN)
    14 Oracle Data Guard
    15 Miscellaneous High Availability Features
    16 Oracle Net
    17 Managing Large Databases
    18 Managing Distributed Databases


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