Oca Oracle Database 11g Database Administration I: A Real-World Certification Guide

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Feb 22, 2013 - Computers - 582 pages
Developed as a practical book, "Oracle Database 11g Administration I Certification Guide" will show you all you need to know to effectively excel at being an Oracle DBA, for both examinations and the real world. This book is for anyone who needs the essential skills to become an Oracle DBA, pass the Oracle Database Administration I exam, and use those skills in the real world to manage secure, high performance, and highly available Oracle databases.

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Database Administration I A RealWorld Certification Guide
Managing the Oracle Instance
Introducing the Oracle Relational Database System
Creating the Oracle Database
Understanding database diagnostic information
Understanding the Oracle Support model
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Steve Ries has been an Oracle DBA for 16 years, specializing in all aspects of database administration, including security, performance tuning, and backup and recovery. He is a specialist in Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) and has administered Oracle clustered environments in every version of Oracle since the creation of Oracle Parallel Server. Steve is the author of OCA Oracle Database 11g: SQL Fundamentals I: A Real World Certification Guide. He holds five Oracle certifications as well as the Security+ certification. He currently consults for the US Department of Defense, US Marine Corps, and holds a high level security clearance. Additionally, Steve has been an adjunct instructor of Oracle technologies at Johnson County Community College for 9 years where he teaches classes that prepare students for the Oracle certification exams. He was also a speaker at the 2011 and 2012 Oracle Open World conferences. Steve is a two-time award winning technical paper writer and the creator of the alt.oracle blog.

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