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Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning
Duration: 5 Days
What you will learn
In the Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning course, learn about the performance analysis and
tuning tasks expected of a DBA: proactive management through built-in performance analysis features and tools,
diagnosis and tuning of the Oracle Database instance components, and diagnosis and tuning of SQL-related
performance issues. In this course, you will be introduced to Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Use the Oracle tuning methodology.
Use Oracle-supplied tools for monitoring and diagnosing SQL and instance performance issues.
Use database advisors to proactively correct performance problems.
Identify and tune problem SQL statements.
Monitor instance performance by using Enterprise Manager.
Tune instance components.
Gain an understanding of the Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Benefits To You:
The DBA will analyze the SQL performance with available tools. The DBA will be introduced to various methods of
identifying the SQL statements that require tuning and the diagnostic tools used to find ways to improve performance.
This will include the use of statistics, profiles to influence the optimizer, and using the SQL Advisors.
Maintain SQL Performance
A major task of DBAs is to maintain SQL performance across changes. This course introduces Database Replay and
SQL Performance Analyzer which help the DBA test and minimize the impact of change.
Influence Instance Behavior
Instance tuning uses the same general method of observing a problem, diagnosing the problem, and implementing a
solution. The instance tuning lessons cover the details of major tunable components and describe how you can
influence the instance behavior. For each lesson, we will examine the relevant components of the architecture.
The course only discusses the architecture to the level required to understand the symptoms and solutions. More
detailed explanations are left to other courses, reference material, and the Oracle documentation.
AudienceData Warehouse AdministratorDatabase Administrators
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Oracle Database 12c: Administration Workshop Ed 2
Suggested PrerequisitesOracle Database 12c: Install and Upgrade Workshop
Course ObjectivesUse the Oracle Database tuning methodology appropriate to the available tools
Utilize database advisors to proactively tune an Oracle Database Instance
Use the tools based on the Automatic Workload Repository to tune the database
Diagnose and tune common SQL related performance problems
Diagnose and tune common Instance related performance problems
Use Enterprise Manager performance-related pages to monitor an Oracle Database
Gain an understanding of the Oracle Database Cloud Service
IntroductionCourse ObjectivesCourse OrganizationCourse AgendaTopics Not Included in the CourseWho Tunes?What Does the DBA Tune?How to TuneTuning Methodology
Basic Tuning DiagnosticsPerformance Tuning DiagnosticsPerformance Tuning ToolsTuning ObjectivesTop Timed EventsDB TimeCPU and Wait Time Tuning DimensionsTime ModelDynamic Performance Views
Using Automatic Workload RepositoryAutomatic Workload Repository OverviewAutomatic Workload Repository DataEnterprise Manager Cloud Control and AWRSnapshotsReports
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Defining the Scope of Performance IssuesDefining the ProblemLimiting the ScopeSetting the PriorityTop SQL ReportsCommon Tuning ProblemsTuning During the Life CycleADDM Tuning SessionPerformance Versus Business Requirements
Using Metrics and AlertsMetrics and Alerts OverviewLimitation of Base StatisticsBenefits of MetricsViewing Metric History InformationViewing HistogramsServer-Generated AlertsSetting ThresholdsMetrics and Alerts Views
Using BaselinesComparative Performance Analysis with AWR BaselinesAutomatic Workload Repository BaselinesMoving Window BaselineBaselines in Performance Page SettingsBaseline TemplatesAWR BaseslinesCreating AWR BaselinesManaging Baselines with PL/SQL
Using AWR-Based ToolsAutomatic Maintenance TasksADDM Performance MonitoringUsing Compare Periods ADDMActive Session HistoryNew or Enhanced Automatic Workload Repository ViewsEmergency MonitoringReal-time ADDM
Real-Time Database Operation MonitoringOverviewUse CasesDefining a Database OperationScope of a Composite Database OperationDatabase Operation ConceptsIdentifying a Database OperationEnabling Monitoring of Database OperationsIdentifying, Starting, and Completing a Database Operation
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What is a Service?Service AttributesService TypesCreating ServicesManaging Services in a Single-Instance EnvironmentWhere are Services Used?Using Services with Client ApplicationsServices and Pluggable Databases
Identifying Problem SQL StatementsSQL Statement Processing PhasesRole of the Oracle OptimizerIdentifying Bad SQLTop SQL ReportsSQL MonitoringWhat is an Execution Plan?Methods for Viewing Execution PlansUses of Execution Plans
Influencing the OptimizerFunctions of the Query Optimizer SelectivityCardinality and CostChanging Optimizer BehaviorOptimizer StatisticsExtended StatisticsControlling the Behavior of the Optimizer with ParametersEnabling Query Optimizer Features
Reducing the Cost of SQL OperationsReducing the CostIndex MaintenanceSQL Access AdvisorTable Maintenance for PerformanceTable Reorganization MethodsSpace ManagementExtent ManagementData Storage
Using SQL Performance AnalyzerReal Application Testing: OverviewReal Application Testing: Use CasesSQL Performance Analyzer: ProcessCapturing the SQL WorkloadCreating a SQL Performance Analyzer TaskSQL Performance Analyzer: TasksParameter ChangeSQL Performance Analyzer Task Page
SQL Performance ManagementMaintaining SQL PerformanceMaintaining Optimizer Statistics
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Automated Maintenance TasksStatistic Gathering OptionsSetting Statistic PreferencesRestore StatisticsDeferred Statistics PublishingAutomatic SQL Tuning
Using Database ReplayUsing Database ReplayThe Big PictureSystem ArchitectureCapture ConsiderationsReplay Considerations: PreparationReplay ConsiderationsReplay OptionsReplay Analysis
Tuning the Shared PoolShared Pool ArchitectureShared Pool OperationThe Library CacheLatch and MutexDiagnostic Tools for Tuning the Shared PoolAvoiding Hard ParsesReducing the Cost of Soft ParsesSizing the Shared Pool
Tuning the Buffer CacheOracle Database Architecture: Buffer CacheBuffer Cache: HighlightsDatabase BuffersBuffer Hash Table for LookupsWorking SetsBuffer Cache Tuning Goals and TechniquesBuffer Cache Performance SymptomsBuffer Cache Performance Solutions
Tuning PGA and Temporary SpaceSQL Memory UsagePerformance ImpactAutomatic PGA MemorySQL Memory ManagerConfiguring Automatic PGA MemorySetting PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET InitiallyLimiting the size of the Program Global Area (PGA)SQL Memory Usage
Automatic MemoryOracle Database ArchitectureDynamic SGAGranuleMemory Advisories
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Manually Adding Granules to ComponentsIncreasing the Size of an SGA ComponentAutomatic Shared Memory Management: OverviewSGA Sizing Parameters: Overview
Performance Tuning Summary with WaitsCommonly Observed Wait EventsAdditional StatisticsTop 10 Mistakes Found in Customer SystemsSymptoms
Oracle Database Cloud Service: OverviewDatabase as a Service Architecture, Features and ToolingSoftware Editions: Included Database Options and Management PacksAccessing the Oracle Database Cloud Service Console & Automated Database ProvisioningManaging the Compute Node Associated With a Database DeploymentManaging Network Access to Database as a Service & Scaling a Database DeploymentPerformance Management in the Database Cloud EnvironmentPerformance Monitoring and TuningWhat Can be Tuned in a DBCS Environment?
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Oracle Database 12c: RAC Administration Ed 1
Duration: 4 Days
What you will learn
This Oracle Database 12c: RAC Administration training will teach you about Oracle RAC database architecture. Expert
Oracle University instructors will deep dive into Global Resources and Cache Fusion. In this course, you will be
introduced to Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service.
Install Oracle RAC software.
Create cluster databases.
Administer both administrator and policy-managed Oracle RAC databases.
Monitor and address performance issues.
Learn about services in a RAC environment as well as highly available connection features including Application
Continuity and Transaction Guard.
Create and administer a RAC One Node Database.
Create and manage multitennant RAC databases.
Gain an understanding of the Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service.
Benefits to You
Ensure fast, reliable, secure and easy to manage performance. Optimize database workloads, lower IT costs and deliver
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