|Kategori:||Oracle Database 12C|
|Eğitim Adı:||Oracle Database Implement Partitioning Eğitimi|
|Eğitim Süresi:||2 gün|
This Oracle Database 12c: Implement Partitioning training 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. In this course, you will be introduced to Oracle Database Cloud Service.
- 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.
- Gain an understanding of the Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Benefits to You
Taking this course will introduce you to several new partitioning enhancements, including partition maintenance operations on multiple partitions, heat maps, partial indexes for partitioned tables, interval-reference partitioning and online move partition capabilities. When the new enhancements are added to all the existing methods of partitioning, this large range of choices and capabilities requires that database administrators and data architects understand each partitioning method and it’s appropriate uses. Proper use of partitioning can greatly benefit many types of applications including data warehouses, information life cycle management and very large databases.
- 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?
Oracle Database Cloud Service: Overview
- Database as a Service Architecture, Features and Tooling
- Software Editions: Included Database Options and Management Packs
- Accessing the Oracle Database Cloud Service Console & Automated Database Provisioning
- Managing the Compute Node Associated With a Database Deployment
- Managing Network Access to Database as a Service & Scaling a Database Deployment
- Patching Database as a Service & Using the Oracle Database Cloud Service Console to Manage Patches
- Migrating from On-premises to Oracle Cloud Database
- Gather Information for Migration