Wednesday, September 20, 2017

EXADATA Essentials For Oracle DBAs: Hands-on 4-Week Saturday Workshop by Gavin Soorma (OCM)

My friend and fellow Oracle Certified Master Gavin Soorma, after his recent popular Oracle RAC workshop (over 100 registrants) is now offering a new hands-on 4-week Saturday workshop on "Exadata Essentials For Oracle DBA’s", so you can fast track your path towards becoming an Oracle Database Machine (DMA) administrator.

In this new workshop, instructions will be provided by Gavin on how to install and configure an Exadata Storage Server on your own individual VirtualBox platform.

You will learn about the architecture, key features and capabilities of Exadata Database Machine as well as how to administer, monitor and manage the Exadata Storage Server using the CELLCLI command line interface. Attendees will learn how to use CELLCLI to create and manage celldisks, grid disks and flash disks as well as how to configure alerts and monitoring of storage cells on their own individual Exadata Storage Server environments.

The 4-week online workshop commencing on Saturday, 30th September will include hands-on lab exercises for each module (for which remote support will be provided) and cover a wide variety of topics (the full list can be seen in the registration URL given below). Recordings of sessions  will be made available for future reference.

The course curriculum is based on topics in the Exadata Database Machine: 12c Administration Workshop course offered by Oracle University, the latter  costs over US$5000 whereas Gavin's workshop is only $499.00 USD which is about 1/10th of the cost.

Kindly use the link below to register and pay for the Exadata Essentials for Oracle DBA’s training course.

Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9089152838780579075

For any related queries or clarifications kindly drop an email to prosolutions@gavinsoorma.com

Regards,

Porus Homi Havewala.

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