Oracle Certified Master 11g

¿Qué hace aquí esta página? Durante mi preparación de la certificación de Oracle OCM 11g he realizado numerosas pruebas y ejercicios basados en los contenidos que entran en el examen. Podéis ver en esta entrada del blog podéis ver un resumen general de cómo ha sido mi preparación para poder aprobar.

Aquí tenéis la lista completa de objetivos que un candidato debe conocer “al dedillo” antes de presentarse al examen. Dentro de cada uno, hay una serie de ejercicios. Como os imaginaréis, estos ejercicios NO están sacados del examen. Son prácticas que realicé ANTES de obtener la certificación. Muchas de éstas están sacadas de la documentación de oficial de Oracle, sin duda, una de las mejores fuentes para aprender.

Estas prácticas no son suficientes para aprobar. Uno de los factores más importantes es la experiencia, ya que en el examen tienes un tiempo limitado y cuánto más experiencia de “batalla” tengas, mejor. Si tienes cualquier duda o sugerencia puedes contactar conmigo a través del correo raul (arroba) dbajunior (punto) com.

Prerrequisitos

Entorno del Examen
  • Oracle Linux Release 5.4 (32-bits)
  • Oracle Database 11g version 11.2.0.3 (32-bits)
  • Oracle Enterprise Management Grid Control 11g version 11.1.0.1 (32-bits)
  • La BD del Repositorio de Grid Control es 11.1.0.1 (32-bits)

Preparación Entorno de Trabajo

Exam Topics

Server Configuration
[  ] Create the database
[  ] Determine and set sizing parameters for database structures
[  ] Create and manage temporary, permanent, and undo tablespaces
[  ] Stripe data files across multiple physical devices and locations
[  ] Configure the database environment to support optimal data access performance
[  ] Create and manage database configuration files
[  ] Create and manage bigfile tablespaces
[  ] Create and Manage a tablespace that uses NFS mounted file system file
[  ] Create and manage multiple network configuration files
[  ] Create and configure a listener
[  ] Configure the database instance to support shared server connections
[  ] Set up network tracing
[  ] Manage Oracle network processes
[  ] Configure the network environment to allow connections to multiple databases
[  ] Use configurationless connections
[  ] Use OPatch to install a patch
[  ] Use Grid Infrastructure to manage oracle databases and other resources
[  ] Use Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant(EMCA) utility
Enterprise Manager Grid Control
[  ] Install and Patch Enterprise Manager Grid Control software
[  ] Configure the Enterprise Manager repository
[  ] Create Enterprise Manager Grid Control users
[  ] Use Enterprise Manager to modify a database configuration
[  ] Configure Enterprise Manager to modify a database availability
[  ] Create and manage jobs
[  ] Create and monitor alerts
[  ] Create notifications
[  ] Implement Grid Control and Database Control
[  ] Choose the appropriate tablespace type for the intended use
[  ] Create Scheduler jobs
[  ] Create schedules
[  ] Assign jobs to windows
[  ] Create programs
[  ] Create job classes
[  ] Install the Enterprise Manager Grid Control infrastructure
[  ] Deploy Enterprise Manager Grid Control Agents
[  ] Configure Grid Control for business requirements
Managing Database Availability
[  ] Mantain recovery catalogs
[  ] Configure Recovery Manager
[  ] Use Recovery Manager to perform database backups
[  ] Use Recover Manager to perform complete database restore and recovery operations
[  ] Configure RMAN
[  ] Create different types of RMAN backups to cater for different performance and retention requirements
[  ] Set Flashback Database parameters
[  ] Configure a Fast Recovery Area
[  ] Perform various recovery operations using Flashback technology
Data Management
[  ] Manage Materialized Views to improve rewrite and refresh performance
[  ] Configure and manage distributed materialized views
[  ] Create and Manage encrypted tablespaces
[  ] Manage Transport of tablespaces across platforms
[  ] Configure a schema to support a star transformation query
[  ] Administer external tables
[  ] Implement Data Pump export and import jobs for data transfer
[  ] Implement Data Pump to and from remote databases
[  ] Configure and use parallel execution for queries
[  ] Use SQL*Loader
[  ] Administer, manage and tune parallel execution
Data Warehouse Management
[  ] Administer partitioned tables and indexes using appropriate methods and keys
[  ] Perform partition maintenance operations
[  ] Maintain indexes on a partitioned table
[  ] Implement securefile LOB
[  ] Create and manage LOB segments
[  ] Implement fine-grained access control
[  ] Create and manage contexts
[  ] Administer flashback data archive and schema evolution
Performance Management
[  ] Administer Resource Manager
[  ] Use Result Cache
[  ] Use multi column statistics
[  ] Gather statistics on a specific table without invalidating cursors
[  ] Use partitioned indexes
[  ] Administer and tune schema object to support various access methods
[  ] Interpret execution plan
[  ] Use SQL tuning tools and features
[  ] Use SQL Tuning Advisor
[  ] Use SQL Access Advisor
[  ] Use SQL Performance Analyzer
[  ] Configure baseline templates
[  ] Use SQL Plan Management feature
[  ] Implement instance caging
Grid Infrastructure and ASM
[  ] Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure
[  ] Create ASM Disk Groups
[  ] Create and manage as ASM instance
[  ] Implement ASM failure groups
[  ] Creating ACFS File System
[  ] Start,Stop, Configure and Administer Oracle Grid Infrastructure
Real Application Clusters
[  ] <Install the Oracle Database 11gR2 software
[  ] Configure ASM for the shared disks and create a clustered database
[  ] Configure archiving
[  ] Configure Services using both Manual and Policy Managed Methods
Data Guard
[  ] Create Physical Standby Database with real-time apply
[  ] Configure the data guard environment to reduce overheads of fast incremental backups on the primary database
[  ] Configure the Observer
[  ] Switchover and switch back
[  ] Configure connect time failover
[  ] Convert the standby to a snapshot standby
[  ] Configure archivelog deletion policy for the dataguard configuration