Introduction to Oracle Database Backup and Security

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Introduction to Oracle Database Backup and Security
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2.5 Hours | Lec: 23 | 283 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

A Practical hands-on guide to backing up and restoring Oracle Databases and Implementing security
SQL Server is a relational database management system -RDBMS that is widely used by a lot of organisations
to store and manage their data.
Database backup and recovery as well as securing the database from unauthorized access are key tasks performed by
Database administrators or anyone that closely works with or looks after databases.
if you are new to using SQL Server, this introductory course is where you want to begin. In
this course , we'll cover the basics of how backup and recover databases. We will also cover how to implement security
measures that will protect the database from unauthorized access.
One of the things that separate mediocre DBAs from exceptional ones is that exceptional DBAs know how to use the tools available to them effectively.
This course is a practical hands-on that will teach you how to:
Perform a full database backup
Perform a database restore and recovery
View and retrieve historical data using Flashback technology
Recover and retrieve dropped tables
Establish security measures to protect the database
Manage user roles and privileges to the database
Enabling Archive log mode
Auditing Oracle Database users
Predefined Oracle user accounts
After the end of this course , you will know how to :
Backup and restore a database
Manage database user access and security
Recover dropped tables
Use Oracle flashback technology.

Introduction to Oracle Database Backup and Security

Download link :
(If you need these, buy and download immediately before they are delete)

Links are Interchangeable - Single Extraction - Premium is support resumable
Introduction to Oracle Database Backup and Security
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2.5 Hours | Lec: 23 | 283 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

A Practical hands-on guide to backing up and restoring Oracle Databases and Implementing security
SQL Server is a relational database management system -RDBMS that is widely used by a lot of organisations
to store and manage their data.
Database backup and recovery as well as securing the database from unauthorized access are key tasks performed by
Database administrators or anyone that closely works with or looks after databases.
if you are new to using SQL Server, this introductory course is where you want to begin. In
this course , we'll cover the basics of how backup and recover databases. We will also cover how to implement security
measures that will protect the database from unauthorized access.
One of the things that separate mediocre DBAs from exceptional ones is that exceptional DBAs know how to use the tools available to them effectively.
This course is a practical hands-on that will teach you how to:
Perform a full database backup
Perform a database restore and recovery
View and retrieve historical data using Flashback technology
Recover and retrieve dropped tables
Establish security measures to protect the database
Manage user roles and privileges to the database
Enabling Archive log mode
Auditing Oracle Database users
Predefined Oracle user accounts
After the end of this course , you will know how to :
Backup and restore a database
Manage database user access and security
Recover dropped tables
Use Oracle flashback technology.

Introduction to Oracle Database Backup and Security

Download link :
(If you need these, buy and download immediately before they are delete)
Links are Interchangeable - Single Extraction - Premium is support resumable
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