Wednesday, June 8, 2016

My New Udemy course "Oracle Private Database Cloud"


Friends,


Happy to announce that I have created and published my very first Udemy course on the "Oracle Private Database cloud" as an Udemy Premium Instructor. In this course, I am explaining the set up of the private database cloud and actually demo'ing the different "database/snapclone/schema/pdb-as-a-service" capabilties in action. I hope you find this course beneficial.

About This Course:

Published 6/2016 English




Course Description:

This course will introduce you to the concepts of the Oracle Private Database cloud. You will be taught techniques for building, configuring, and managing a private database cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control. Learn best practices for a wide variety of different approaches--Database as a Service, Snap Clone as a Service, Schema as a Service, and Pluggable Database as a Service. The course also explains how to use the Oracle Cloud REST API for performing Database as a Service.

You will gain a reasonable understanding of how to architect, configure, and manage every component in a private database cloud lifecycle. Learn from an Oracle Certified Master, previous Oracle ACE Director, and experienced computing writer (three books published on Oracle Enterprise Manager).

What are the requirements? 
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c installed on a sandbox server - Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is the main driving engine for the Oracle private database cloud
  • Oracle Database Enteprise Edition Homes installed for 11g and 12c
  • Oracle Databases created - 11g for SChaaS and 12c container database for PDBaaS
  • Alternatively, you can follow the lectures without an actual install of the software

What are you going to get from this course?
  • Understand the concepts and requirements of the Oracle Private Database Cloud
  • Learn techniques and best practices for building, configuring, and managing a private database cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control
  • Set up the foundation of the Oracle Private Database Cloud - including the Enterprise Manager Software Library, Enterprise Manager Self update, User Privileges and Roles for self-service, and the PaaS Infrastructure Zones
  • Set up and Configure Database as a Service and Snap Clone as a Service - Database Pools, Quotas, Database Profiles, Database sizes, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See Database as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • See Snap Clone as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Set up and Configure Schema as a Service - Schema Pools, Quotas, Schema Profiles, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See Schema as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Set up and Configure PDB as a Service - PDB Pools, Quotas, PDB Profiles, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See PDB as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Understand how to use the Cloud REST API for performing Database as a Service, using the REST client in Google Chrome, and why you would use the Cloud REST API instead of the Enterprise Manager Self Service Console
  • Understand the next course of action and further reading material

What is the target audience?
  • Students who want to get a basic understanding of the setup, configuration and actual use of the capabilities of the Oracle Private Database Cloud
  • Students who want to understand the use of Oracle Enterprise Manager for Database as a Service, Snap clone as a Service, Schema as a Service and PDB as a Service
  • Students who want to use the Cloud REST API for self-service in their own customized orchestration engine
  • Students should have a basic understanding of Oracle Database install/administration concepts, and Oracle Enterprise Manager adminstrator concepts

I hope this course is beneficial to you and your careers. Please do recommend to your friends and colleagues as well. All the Best.

Regards,

Porus Homi Havewala (OCM).

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