The Oracle Applications DBA career track includes gaining knowledge of the architecture, database and file system used within Oracle Applications. It includes overview of Oracle Applications R12 architecture, installation of database, configuration of Oracle services, patch deployment strategies, Oracle Applications environment cloning, Oracle Applications System Administration and performance tuning. This course is intended for experienced Oracle DBAs. As such, the pre-requisite for this course is the successful completion of CareerStart’s Oracle DBA career track.
The R12 Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers course provides a prerequisite functional foundation for all R12 E-Business Suite Fundamentals offerings.
The following modules make up the CareerStart's Oracle Applications DBA career track:
The R12 Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers course provides a prerequisite functional foundation for all R12 E-Business Suite Fundamentals offerings. Demonstrations and hands-on practice activities reinforce the fundamental concepts. The following topics will be covered:
Course Pre-Requisite: Oracle DBA (Students are assumed to have working knowledge of Oracle database)
In this course students learn concepts and functions that are critical to the System Administrator role in implementing and managing the Oracle E-Business Suite. It provides the foundation needed to effectively control security and ensure smooth operations for an E-Business Suite installation. The topics include:
This course explains how to go about installing and maintaining an Oracle Applications Release 12 system. Both Standard and Express installation types are covered in detail.
Maintenance topics include a detailed examination of the standard tools and utilities, and an in-depth look at patching an Applications system.
After this course, students will be able to make informed decisions about how to install an Oracle Applications system that meets their specific requirements, and how to maintain the system afterwards.
The extensive hands-on practices include carrying out a Linux-based installation, navigating the file system to locate key files, running the standard maintenance tools and utilities, and applying patches to the system.