Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning Training Ed 1

Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning Training Ed 1 (D85572GC10)

Introduction:

Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning Training Ed 1 Course Description

This Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning Training Ed 1 course teaches you how to manage partitioning using Oracle Database 12c. Expert Oracle University instructors will demonstrate the benefits of partitioning for different types of workloads and learn the syntax for partitioning maintenance operations.

Learn To:

Apply partitioning strategies to enhance application performance.
Use partitioning techniques to reduce impact of table and index maintenance.
Use partitioning to decrease the time to refresh materialized views.
Partition lob segments, nested tables and object tables.
Understand the Oracle Partitioning methods for tables, index and materialized views available in Oracle Database 12c Release 1.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience/Target Group

Database Administrators
Database Designers
Systems Architects

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Duration: 2 days

Class Prerequisites:

SQL Fundamentals
Basic Data Modeling and Relational Database Design
Basic SQL Tuning
Basic knowledge of Data Warehousing Design
Basic Database Administration

Skills Gained:

Describe the partitioning architecture, uses, and advantages
Describe the partition types supported by the Oracle RDBMS
List all of the options for creating partition tables
Create partitioned tables
Describe the table and index partition relationships
List all the options of partitioned indexes
Create partitioned indexes
List all of the alterable partitioned table and index attributes
Describe the overhead associated with each maintenance command
Use the data dictionary to verify partitioning structure
Create Materialized Views that are partitioned
Explain the benefits of partitioning materialized views
Show performance enhancements of partitioned materialized views
Choose appropriate partition attributes for various application requirements
Understand partitioning options with other database features
Describe Oracle Enterprise Manager support of partitioned objects

Course Content:

Partitioning Concepts

VLDB Manageability and Performance Constraints
Manual Partitions Versus Partitioning
Partitioned Tables and Indexes
Table Versus Index Partitioning
Partitioned Indexes
Partitioning Strategies: Single-Level Partitioning
Partitioning Strategies: Composite Partitioning
Oracle Partitioning History

Implementing Partitioned Tables

Table, Partition, and Segment Relations
Creating Partitions with Enterprise Manager
CREATE TABLE Statement with Partitioning
Logical and Physical Attributes
Partition Strategy Declaration: Single-Level Partitioning
Specifying Partition Attributes
Range Partitioning
Interval Partitioning

Implementing Partitioned Indexes

Partitioned Indexes
Partitioned Index Attributes: Global or Local
Partitioned Index Attributes: Prefixed or Nonprefixed
Global Indexes
Local Prefixed Indexes
Local Nonprefixed Index
Index Partitioning and Type Matrix
Specifying an Index with Table Creation

Maintenance of Partitioned Tables and Indexes

Maintenance: Overview
Table and Index Interaction During Partition Maintenance
Modifying the Logical Properties of Tables and Indexes
Modifying Partition Properties on the Table
Using the ALTER TABLE and ALTER INDEX Commands
Renaming a Partition
Partition Storage Changes
Moving a Partition

Partitioning Administration and Usage

Using Partitioned Tables
Pruning Rules
Static and Dynamic Pruning
Pruning Tips
Static Partition Pruning and Star Query
Dynamic Partition Pruning and Star Query
Collecting Statistics for Partitioned Objects
ANALYZE and Partitioned Objects

Partitioning and Workload Types

Partitioning in Data Warehouses
Using Materialized Views for Summary Management
Partitioning and Materialized Views
Maintaining Partitions of a Materialized View
Partition Change Tracking (PCT) Refresh
PCT Refresh: Requirements
When Is PCT Refresh Used?
Partition Key or Partition Marker?

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