Note: No hands-on lab environment for the Training On Demand course format
This This Oracle TimesTen and In-Memory Database Cache 11g training teaches you about the in-memory database architecture. You'll learn how to administer a TimesTen database, while configuring and administering a TimesTen database that caches data from an Oracle database.
- Configure and administer TimesTen databases and replication of data updates between TimesTen databases.
- Use the TimesTen database management utilities.
- Apply the various TimesTen features to produce an optimally-performing system.
- Define and create various types of cache groups.
- Define and create an active standby pair replication scheme.
Benefits to You
When you walk away from this course, you will have developed a conceptual understanding of the Oracle TimesTen 11g In-Memory Database architecture. You'll have the knowledge and skills to create an operational database and effectively manage the various elements, including connection configuration modes, user and privilege management and performance tuning.
Synchronize the TimesTen and Oracle Database
Taking this course will also teach you how to perform different types of operations on cache groups to keep the TimesTen database and Oracle database synchronized with each other. You'll gain a practical understanding of configuring a replicated system to provide high availability of a TimesTen database.
Participate in Hands-On Exercises
Expert Oracle University instructors will reinforce new concepts by taking you through hands-on exercises. These exercises will ensure you acquire the skills to productively use TimesTen.
- Create and access TimesTen database elements
- Perform operations on cache groups to keep the TimesTen and Oracle databases synchronized with each other
- Configure a cache grid to scale the workload of operations on cache data
- Configure a replicated TimesTen system by creating an active standby pair replication scheme
- Configure high availability of a TimesTen system using Oracle Clusterware
- Describe the TimesTen In-Memory Database architecture
- Configure a data source name
- Perform backup and restore of a TimesTen database
- Tune the performance of TimesTen database operations
- Configure direct and client/server connections to a TimesTen database
- Configure an Oracle In-Memory Database Cache system
Who Can Benefit
- Application Developers
- Database Administrators
- Database Designers
- Sales Consultants
- Support Engineer
- Relational database concepts and SQL
- Oracle database administration
- UNIX or Microsoft Windows operating system commands and concepts