Migrate from SQL Server to Oracle Database 10g (Self-Study)

 

Who should attend

  • Technical consultants
  • Database administrators

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of SQL Fundamentals
  • Basic knowledge of SQL Server

Course Objectives

  • Perform a database migration to Oracle Database 10g using Oracle Migration Workbench
  • Compare and contrast the database architecture and design between Oracle Database 10g and Microsoft SQL Server 2000
  • Install Oracle Database software and create a database
  • Configure and manage the Oracle Network environment
  • Manage database storage structures
  • Administer users and security
  • Backup and recover the Oracle Database 10g
  • Monitor the database and use advisors

Product Description

  • Installing Oracle Software and Creating the Oracle Database
    • Install the Oracle 10g database using Oracle Universal Installer
    • Create a database as part of the installation
  • Database Architecture Comparison
    • Compare SQL Server and Oracle Database 10g concepts at a high level
    • Explore Oracle Database 10g architecture (Control file, online redo log, tablespace, data file, segment, extent, block, Oracle instance, data dictionary, memory and processes)
    • Use Database Configuration Assistant to create an additional database
  • Managing the Oracle Instance
    • Use Windows Services to check the status of Oracle processes
    • Administer two databases using Oracle Enterprise Manager
    • Modify initialization parameters
    • Stop and start the Oracle Listener
    • Startup and shutdown the Oracle instance and explain the different stages of the start-up and shut-down operations
    • Compare automatic and manual memory management of the SGA
    • View the Alert log
    • Access databases with SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus
  • Managing Database Storage Structures
    • Define the purpose of tablespaces and data files
    • Create and manage tablespaces
    • Describe dictionary versus locally managed tablespaces
    • Obtain tablespace information
    • Understand the main concepts and functionality of Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
  • Administering Users
    • Create and manage database user accounts
    • Create and manage roles
    • Grant and revoke privileges (system privileges and object privileges)
    • Control resource usage by users
  • Managing Schema Objects
    • Compare Oracle Database 10g and SQL Server: data objects, data types and the use of temporary tables
    • Create and modify database schema objects: tables, columns, constraints, indexes, views and sequences
    • Remove schema objects: delete or truncate
  • Planning a Migration
    • Establish and follow a migration methodology
    • Plan how to migrate key components in a database migration
    • Select the appropriate Oracle migration tools
    • Assign key roles for a migration project
  • Getting Started with Oracle Migration Workbench
    • Identify key components of OMWB
    • Install Oracle Migration Workbench software
    • Configure OMWB to connect to SQL Server and Oracle Database 10g
    • Create database users with appropriate permissions to access SQL Server and Oracle databases
    • Create the OMWB repository to store migration information
  • Performing a Database Migration Using Oracle Migration Workbench
    • Identify the three stages in the OMWB workflow process
    • Capture the source database using the online and offline capture methods
    • Create and customize the Oracle Model
    • View the log file to correct errors and warnings
    • Use SQL*Loader to load data into the Oracle database
    • Identify objects migrated by Oracle Migration Workbench
    • Analyze the migration process using OMWB reports
  • Application Migration Overview
    • Identify incompatibilities between Oracle Database 10g and SQL Server that affect application migration
    • Explain the key features of Oracle jDeveloper Application Migration Assistant
  • Migrating SQL Statements and Managing Transactions and Data Concurrency
    • Describe SQL incompatibilities between Oracle Database 10g and SQL Server
    • Convert SQL statements to run in an Oracle database
    • Describe the Oracle transaction model and its differences to SQL Server
    • Describe the isolation level differences between Oracle database and SQL Server
    • Apply knowledge of the differences to plan for a database migration
    • Detect and resolve deadlocks
  • Migrating Stored Procedures and Triggers
    • Identify PL/SQL objects
    • Compare and contrast SQL Server and Oracle database triggers
    • Use Oracle Migration Workbench to migrate stored procedures and triggers
    • Identify manual conversion tasks to complete PL/SQL code migration
    • Identify configuration options that affect PL/SQL performance
  • Testing the Oracle Database
    • Use Oracle Migration Verifier to verify the schema and data migrated successfully
    • Apply guidelines to design and run test cases on the migrated Oracle database
  • Configuring the Oracle Network Environment
    • Describe the Oracle Network configuration
    • Control the Oracle Net Listener
    • Create a backup listener to support connect-time failover
    • Configure a client to access the database
    • Describe Oracle Shared and Dedicated Servers
  • Implementing Security
    • Compare security features between SQL Server and Oracle Database 10g
    • Apply the principal of least privilege
    • Manage default user accounts
    • Implement standard password security features
    • Describe Oracle database auditing
  • Monitoring and Tuning the Database
    • Set warning and critical alert thresholds
    • Collect and use baseline metrics
    • Use tuning and diagnostic advisors
    • Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
    • Manage the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
  • Managing Undo Segments
    • Monitor and administer undo segments
    • Configure and guarantee undo retention: Automatic versus Manual Undo Management
    • Use the Undo Advisor
  • Configuring for Recoverability
    • Identify the types of failure that may occur in an Oracle database
    • Describe ways to tune instance recovery
    • Identify the importance of checkpoints, redo log files, and archived log files
    • Configure ARCHIVELOG mode
    • Configure the flash recovery area
  • Performing Backups and Recovery
    • Create consistent database backups
    • Back up your database without shutting it down
    • Create incremental backups
    • Automate database backups
    • Recover from loss of a control file
    • Describe recovery tasklist for loss of: control file, redo log file, non-critical and system-critical data file in ARCHIVELOG mode and loss of a data file in NOARCHIVELOG mode
  • Preferring the Past: Flashback
    • Describe Flashback database
    • Manage the recycle bin
    • Describe Flashback versions query to recover from user errors
    • Describe Flashback Transaction query to perform transaction level recovery
    • Perform Flashback table operation
Price (excl. tax)

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