Oracle DBA

Oracle Database Administration and Management Books

Easy Oracle Jumpstart: Oracle Database Management Concepts and Administration

Targeted at Oracle professionals who need fast and accurate working examples of complex issues, Oracle In-focus books target specific areas of Oracle technology in a concise manner. Plenty of working code is provided without a lot of theory, allowing database managers to solve their problems quickly without reviewing data that they already know. All code scripts are available for instant download from a companion web site.

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Beginning Oracle Database 11<em>g</em> Administration: From Novice to Professional (Beginning from Novice to Professional)

Open the door to a career as an Oracle database administrator as you learn to plan for and install the Oracle Database software. Then learn the rudiments of database administration from longtime Oracle expert Iggy Fernandez. Take advantage of the high demand for Oracle expertise and use Beginning Oracle Database 11g Administration to launch you on the right track to Oracle DBA career success.

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Snappy Interviews: 100 Questions to Ask Oracle DBAs

The questions in this guide have been selected using this framework: (1) Questions should reflect understanding of concepts (2) Questions should reflect actual hands-on experience (3) Questions should not be based on memorization of arcane names or syntax (4) Questions should reflect issues seen by the majority of DBAs of that skill level. The intent of the questions is that most DBAs, for a given skill level, can successfully answer most of the interview questions. Naturally, no one person could be expected to flawlessly answer all of the senior-level questions.

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Oracle 11g New Features: Get Started Fast with Oracle 11g Enhancements (Oracle In-Focus series)

Tackling some of the more than 500 updates to Oracle 11g that are intended to automate the inherent complexity of the Oracle engine, this guidebook explores all of the new features from the perspective of a working Oracle professional. This valuable resource examines only the important Oracle 11g enhancements and includes expert discussion about each new feature, why the new feature is important, and how to use the new 11g functionality.

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Oracle 11g Grid & Real Application Clusters: Oracle 11g Grid Computing with RAC

Covering all areas of Oracle Grid computing, this guide is indispensable for any Oracle DBA who is charged with configuring and implementing Oracle11g Grid with server blades. This comprehensive manual presents a complete method for the installation, configuration and design of Oracle Grid and 11g RAC. It supplies expert internals of shared disk technology, raw devices and RAID, and exposes the internal configuration methods for server blades. Also demonstrated is the use of Oracle Grid using the Enterprise Manager Grid control utility.

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Oracle 10g Database Administration Concepts & Implementation Made Simple

.:|:. The Topics Covered In This Book Are: Visualizing the Complete Oracle Environment, SQL: Structured Query Language, Oracle Database Concepts, Oracle Instance Concepts, Oracle in Action, Complete Oracle System Design: Steps of Implementation, Oracle Database Design, Oracle Network Administration, Oracle Database Management, Oracle Backup & Recovery Techniques, Oracle Performance Tuning .:|:. Everything in this book is covered in a step by step manner by first building reader s concept using analogies, real world examples and then taking him/her to the steps of design implementation.

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Expert Oracle Database 11<em>g</em> Administration (Expert's Voice in Oracle)

Sam Alapati’s Expert Oracle Database 11g Administration is a comprehensive handbook for Oracle database administrators (DBAs) using the latest release of the Oracle Database (Oracle Database 11g). All key aspects of database administration are covered, including backup and recovery, day–to–day administration and monitoring, performance tuning, and more. This is the one book to have on your desk as a continual reference. Refer to it frequently. It’ll help you get the job done.

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Linux Recipes for Oracle DBAs (Recipes: a Problem-Solution Approach)

Linux Recipes for Oracle DBAs is an example–based book on managing Oracle Database in a Linux environment. Covering commonly used distributions such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle Enterprise Linux, the book is written for database administrators who need to get work done and lack the luxury of curling up fireside with a stack of Linux documentation. The book is task–oriented: Look up the task to perform. See the solution. Read up on the details. Get the job done.

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Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control Implementation Guide (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)

Install and Configure Grid Control to Manage Your Oracle Landscape

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