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Exadata Database Machine: 12c Administration Workshop

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This course introduces students to Oracle Exadata Database Machine. Students learn about the various Exadata Database Machine features and configurations, with emphasis on the unique capabilities delivered by Exadata Storage Server. The installation and initial configuration process is covered so that students are equipped to make appropriate up-front configuration decisions. Students are introduced to various options for migrating to Database Machine and learn how to select the best approach. They also learn how to maintain, monitor and optimize Database Machine after initial configuration

Students learn about monitoring Exadata Database Machine with a focus on best practices for what and how to monitor. Students learn about the monitoring infrastructure inherently within Exadata Database Machine, along with the monitoring capabilities exposed through Enterprise Manager Grid Control and associated plugins. Best-practice recommendations are highlighted throughout; and, where possible, the topics are reinforced through the student's participation in structured hands-on lab exercises. Exadata monitoring topics are covered using demos. There is also a series of recorded demonstrations included with the course

Learn To:

  • List the key capabilities and features of Exadata Database Machine and Exadata Storage Server
  • Initially configure Exadata Database Machine
  • Implement Exadata Storage Server security
  • Use query execution plans, statistics and wait events to examine Exadata Smart Scan
  • Describe various options and best-practice recommendations for consolidation on Exadata Database Machine
  • Describe what is Exadata and how is it different from traditional database storage

The course is primarily intended for Database Administrators, Database Designers, Data Warehouse Administrator, Technical Administrator, System Administrator

General storage and systems administration

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • Oracle RAC/ASM DBA
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux: System Administration
  • Relevant Hardware Training
  • Networking (inc. Infiniband)

This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussions and practical exercise

Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to :

  • Describe the architecture of Database Machine and its integration with Oracle Database, Clusterware and ASM
  • Complete the initial configuration of Database Machine
  • Describe the key capabilities of Exadata and Database Machine
  • Describe various recommended approaches for migrating to Database Machine
  • Identify the benefits of using Database Machine for different application classes
  • Monitor Database Machine health and optimize performance
  • Configure Exadata I/O Resource Management

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  • Course Objectives
  • Audience and Prerequisites
  • Course Contents
  • Terminology
  • Additional Resources
  • Introducing the Laboratory Environment
  • Overview
  • Introducing Database Machine
  • Introducing Exadata Storage Server
  • Exadata Storage Server Architecture: Overview
  • Exadata Storage Server Features: Overview
  • Database Machine Capacity
  • Exadata Storage Expansion Racks
  • InfiniBand Network
  • Database Machine Support: Overview
  • Database Machine Architecture: Overview
  • Database Machine Network Architecture
  • InfiniBand Network Architecture
  • X2-2 Full Rack Leaf Switch Topology
  • Spine and Leaf Topology
  • Scale Performance and Capacity
  • Database Machine Software Architecture: Overview
  • Disk Storage Entities and Relationships
  • Classic Database I/O and SQL Processing Model
  • Exadata Smart Scan Model
  • Exadata Smart Storage Capabilities
  • Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression Data Organization
  • Exadata Smart Flash Cache Intelligent Caching
  • Storage Index with Partitions
  • Database File System
  • I/O Resource Management: Overview
  • Database Machine Implementation: Overview
  • General Configuration
  • Choosing the Right Protection Level
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control Configuration
  • Database Machine Hardware Installation: Overview
  • Configuring Oracle Exadata Database Machine: Overview
  • Selecting the Database Server Operating System
  • Deploying Solaris on the Database Servers
  • Exadata Storage Server Administration: Overview
  • Testing Storage Server Performance Using CALIBRATE
  • Configuring the Exadata Cell Server Software
  • Creating Flash-Based Grid Disks
  • Creating Smart Flash Log
  • Configuring ASM and Database Instances to Access Exadata Cells
  • Exadata Storage Security: Overview
  • Exadata Storage Security Implementation
  • I/O Resource Management: Overview
  • IORM Architecture
  • Getting Started with IORM
  • Enabling Intradatabase Resource Management
  • Setting Database I/O Utilization Limits
  • Interdatabase Plans and Database Roles
  • Using Database I/O Metrics
  • IORM and Exadata Storage Server Flash Memory
  • Database Performance
  • Optimizing Performance
  • Flash Memory Usage
  • Compression Usage
  • Index Usage
  • ASM Allocation Unit Size
  • Minimum Extent Size
  • Optimizing Database Performance with Exadata
  • Exadata Smart Scan: Overview
  • Smart Scan Requirements
  • Monitoring Smart Scan in SQL Execution Plans
  • Smart Scan Join Processing with Bloom Filters
  • Other Situations Affecting Smart Scan
  • Exadata Storage Server Statistics: Overview
  • Exadata Storage Server Wait Events: Overview
  • Using Smart Scan
  • Consolidation: Overview
  • Different Consolidation Types
  • Recommended Storage Configuration for Consolidation
  • Alternative Storage Configurations
  • Cluster Configuration Options
  • Isolating Management Roles
  • Schema Consolidation Recommendations
  • Maintenance Considerations
  • Migration Best Practices: Overview
  • Performing Capacity Planning
  • Database Machine Migration Considerations
  • Choosing the Right Migration Path
  • Logical Migration Approaches
  • Physical Migration Approaches
  • Post-Migration Best Practices
  • Migrating to Databases Machine Using Transportable
  • Bulk Data Loading Using Oracle DBFS: Overview
  • Preparing the Data Files
  • Staging the Data Files
  • Configuring the Staging Area
  • Configuring the Target Database
  • Loading the Target Database
  • Bulk Data Loading Using Oracle DBFS
  • Platform Monitoring Introduction
  • Monitoring Technologies and Standards
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI)
  • Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
  • Exadata Storage Server Metrics, Thresholds, and Alerts
  • Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR)
  • Enterprise Manager Grid Control
  • Enterprise Manager Database Control
  • Grid Control 11g to Monitor xadata Database Machine
  • Enterprise Manager Grid Control Architecture: Overview
  • Grid Control Monitoring Architecture for Exadata Database Machine
  • Configuring Grid Control to Monitor Exadata Database Machine
  • Deploying the Oracle Management Agent
  • Configuring ASM and Oracle Database Targets
  • Deployment Overview for System Monitoring Plug-ins
  • Recommended Plug-in Deployment Strategy
  • Switch
  • Exadata Metrics and Alerts Architecture
  • Monitoring Exadata Storage Server with Metrics
  • Monitoring Exadata Storage Server with Alerts
  • Monitoring Exadata with Active Requests
  • Monitoring Exadata Storage Server with Grid Control: Overview
  • Monitoring Hardware Failure and Sensor State
  • Monitoring Exadata Storage Server Availability
  • Comparing Metrics Across Multiple Storage Servers
  • Machine Database Servers
  • Monitoring Database Servers: Overview
  • Monitoring Hardware
  • Monitoring the Operating System
  • Monitoring Oracle Grid Infrastructure
  • Monitoring Oracle Database
  • Monitoring Oracle Management Agent
  • InfiniBand Network Monitoring: Overview
  • Manually Monitoring the InfiniBand Switches
  • Monitoring the InfiniBand Switches with Grid Control
  • Monitoring the InfiniBand Switch Ports
  • Monitoring the InfiniBand Ports on Database Machine Servers
  • Monitoring the InfiniBand Fabric: Subnet Manager Master Location
  • Monitoring the InfiniBand Fabric: Network Topology and Link Status
  • Database Machine Components
  • Monitoring the Cisco Catalyst Ethernet Switch
  • Monitoring the Sun Power Distribution Units
  • Monitoring the Avocent MergePoint Unity KVM Switch
  • Exachk: Overview
  • Running Exachk
  • Exachk Output
  • DiagTools: Overview
  • Using ADRCI on Exadata Storage Servers
  • Imageinfo: Overview
  • Imagehistory: Overview
  • OSWatcher: Overview
  • Using RMAN with Database Machine
  • General Recommendations for RMAN
  • Disk-Based Backup Strategy
  • Disk-Based Backup Recommendations
  • Tape-Based Backup Strategy
  • Tape-Based Backup Architecture
  • Connecting the Media Server Using Ethernet
  • Backup and Recovery of Database Machine Software
  • Database Machine Maintenance: Overview
  • Powering Database Machine Off and On
  • Safely Shutting Down a Single Exadata Storage Server
  • Replacing a Damaged Physical Disk
  • Replacing a Damaged Flash Card
  • Moving All Disks from One Cell to Another
  • Using the Exadata Cell Software Rescue Procedure
  • Patching and Updating: Overview
  • Maintaining Exadata Storage Server Software
  • Maintaining Database Server Software
  • Assisted Patching Using OPlan
  • Maintaining Other Software
  • Recommended Patching Process
  • Test System Recommendations

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