Oracle Private Database Cloud using Cloud Control 13c

Learn Oracle's Database as a Service, Snap Clone as a Service, Schema as a Service, PDB as a Service, & Cloud REST API
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  • Length 2.5 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
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Published 6/2016 English

Course Description

This course will introduce you to the concepts of the Oracle Private Database cloud, using Oracle's Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c.

You will be taught techniques for building, configuring, and managing a private database cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud ControlLearn best practices for a wide variety of different approaches--Database as a Service, Snap Clone as a Service, Schema as a Service, and Pluggable Database as a Service. The course also explains how to use the Oracle Cloud REST API for performing Database as a Service.

You will gain a reasonable understanding of how to architect, configure, and manage every component in a private database cloud lifecycle. Learn from an Oracle Certified Master, previous Oracle ACE Director, and experienced computing writer (three books published on Oracle Enterprise Manager).


What are the requirements?

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c installed on a sandbox server - Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is the main driving engine for the Oracle private database cloud
  • Oracle Database Enteprise Edition Homes installed for 11g and 12c
  • Oracle Databases created - 11g for SChaaS and 12c container database for PDBaaS
  • Optionally, students can set up an Enterprise Manager VBOX for practice. A VBOX with Enterprise Manager pre-installed, can be optionally downloaded from the Oracle Technical Network
  • Oracle Licensing required: Please discuss with your local Oracle Sales person.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the concepts and requirements of the Oracle Private Database Cloud
  • Learn techniques and best practices for building, configuring, and managing a private database cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control
  • Set up the foundation of the Oracle Private Database Cloud - including the Enterprise Manager Software Library, Enterprise Manager Self update, User Privileges and Roles for self-service, and the PaaS Infrastructure Zones
  • Set up and Configure Database as a Service and Snap Clone as a Service - Database Pools, Quotas, Database Profiles, Database sizes, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See Database as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • See Snap Clone as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Set up and Configure Schema as a Service - Schema Pools, Quotas, Schema Profiles, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See Schema as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Set up and Configure PDB as a Service - PDB Pools, Quotas, PDB Profiles, Service Templates, Request Settings
  • See PDB as a Service in action using the Enterprise Manager Self-Service console
  • Understand how to use the Cloud REST API for performing Database as a Service, using the REST client in Google Chrome, and why you would use the Cloud REST API instead of the Enterprise Manager Self Service Console
  • Understand the next course of action and further reading material

What is the target audience?

  • Students who want to get a basic understanding of the setup, configuration and actual use of the capabilities of the Oracle Private Database Cloud
  • Students who want to understand the use of Oracle Enterprise Manager for Database as a Service, Snap clone as a Service, Schema as a Service and PDB as a Service
  • Students who want to use the Cloud REST API for self-service in their own customized orchestration engine
  • Students should have a basic understanding of Oracle Database install/administration concepts, and Oracle Enterprise Manager adminstrator concepts

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
04:11

This is the Introduction to my new Udemy course on the Oracle Private Database Cloud. After touching briefly on my professional credentials, I’ll go over the broad Private Database Cloud topics we’ll cover in the course, and also touch on why the course will help students, and what they’ll get out of it once they’ve completed it. I will also talk about who is suitable for the course, and what kind of technical background is required. Then we will get started on the Oracle Private Database Cloud journey.

Section 2: Setup
00:26

In this talking head video, I will explain what topics are covered in the next lecture, the setup of the Oracle Database Cloud. Let's get started.

16:18

This is Part I of the setup and configuration of the Oracle Private Database Cloud by the Self-Service Application (SSA) administrator, for the purpose of allowing the SSA user to perform Database as a Service and Snap Clone as a Service. In this lecture, we will do the following:

• Note the pre-existing assumptions for setting up the Private Database Cloud
 Set up the Enterprise Manager Software Library
• Set up Enterprise Manager Self update
• Create User Privileges and Roles for the self-service users
• Create the PaaS Infrastructure Zones
• Create Database Pools
• Specify Quotas for self-service users 


10:27

This is Part II of the setup and configuration of the Oracle Private Database Cloud by the Self-Service Application (SSA) administrator, for the purpose of allowing the SSA user to perform database as a service and snap clone as a service. In this lecture, we will see  how to:

• Create Database Profile for Single Instance database
• Create Database Profile for Snap Clone database
• Create Database sizes using EMCLI (Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface)


17:28

This is Part III of the setup and configuration of the Oracle Private Database Cloud by the Self-Service Application (SSA) administrator, for the purpose of allowing the SSA user to perform database as a service and snap clone as a service. In this lecture, we will see  how to:

• Create Service Template for Single Instance database
• Create Service Template for Snap Clone database
• Modify Request Settings - Global level or Role Level


7 questions

Test your knowledge of the set up of Database as a Service/Snap Cone as a Service

Section 3: Database as a Service and SnapClone as a Service
15:43

In this lecture I will demonstrate Database as a Service in action, via the Enterprise Manager self service console and logged in as the self-service user. We will create a single instance database via self-service.

11:41

In this lecture I will demonstrate Snap Clone as a Service in action, via the Enterprise Manager self service console and logged in as the self-service user. We will create a Snap Clone database via self-service, using the CloneDB capability of the Oracle Database on a copy-on-write dNFS file system.

Section 4: Schema as a Service
15:00

This lecture explains the setup and configuration of the Oracle Private Schema Cloud by the Self-Service Application (SSA) administrator, for the purpose of allowing the SSA user to perform Schema as a service. In this lecture, we will do the following:

• Note the pre-existing assumptions for setting up the Private Schema Cloud
• See which common tasks have already been completed in the Setup of the DB Cloud in previous lectures
• Create Schema Pools 
• Specify Quotas for self-service users 
• Create Database Profile for Schema
• Create Service Template for Schema
• Modify Request Settings - Global level or Role Level

08:47

In this lecture I will demonstrate Schema as a Service in action, via the Enterprise Manager self service console and logged in as the self-service user. We will create a new schema via self-service, on an 11g target database which is used in the schema pool.

5 questions

Test your knowledge of the set up of Schema as a Service

Section 5: PDB as a Service
16:43

This lecture explains the setup and configuration of the Oracle Private PDB Cloud by the Self-Service Application (SSA) administrator, for the purpose of allowing the SSA user to perform Pluggable Database as a service. In this lecture, we will do the following:

• Note the pre-existing assumptions for setting up the Private PDB Cloud
• See which common tasks have already been completed in the Setup of the DB Cloud in previous lectures
• Create PDB Pools
• Specify PDB Quotas for self-service users
• Create Database Profile for PDB
• Create Service Template for PDB
• Modify Request Settings - Global level or Role Level

07:36

In this lecture I will demonstrate PDB as a Service in action, via the Enterprise Manager self service console and logged in as the self-service user. We will create a new PDB via self-service, on a 12c Container Database (CDB) which is used in the PDB pool.

3 questions

Test your knowledge of the set up of PDB as a Service

Section 6: Cloud REST API
12:38

In this lecture I will demonstrate Database as a Service in action, via the Cloud REST API instead of the Enterprise Manager self service console and logged in as the self-service user. We will create a single instance database via self-service from a REST client in our Google Chrome browser. I will also explain why many companies would choose to do this.

3 questions

Test your knowledge of the Cloud REST API

Section 7: Final Words
03:18

My final words for this course. I will also guide you as to where to get further detailed technical reading material, such as my upcoming Oracle Private Database Cloud cookbook to be published by Oracle Press (August 2016) which looks at all the private database/schema/PDB services in detail, shows you how to set up chargeback, and also explains how to set up the Hybrid Cloud Gateway of Enterprise Manager so you can manage both your on-premise and Oracle Public Cloud databases. 

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Instructor Biography

Porus Homi Havewala, Oracle Certified Master, ex-Oracle ACE Director, Author

Porus Homi Havewala is a Double Oracle Certified Master (OCM) in 10g and 11g, and an Oracle ACE / ACE Director Alumni. He was awarded the prestigious "Oracle ACE Director" title by Oracle USA in 2008. He has worked as the Strategic Program Advisor at Oracle Corporation Singapore, and is a regional SME on Oracle Enterprise Manager technology, specifically concentrating on private/hybrid Database cloud capabilities on Oracle systems.

Porus has worked prominently for a number of years at the largest telecommunications company Telstra in Australia, where he personally set up and managed the first production Enterprise Manager Grid Control 10g project in the world in the early 2000s, controlling thousands of Data Center targets with multiple Administrator teams around Australia. He has 26+ years of experience in the IT industry, and 18+ years of experience with Oracle Technology, including as an Oracle Developer and Oracle Senior DBA.

He is the creator and manager of the Enterprise Manager blog with Oracle Press Credentials, and the "Oracle Senior DBA" group on LinkedIn with 59,000+ members. Porus is the author of thirteen published technical articles and three white papers on Enterprise Manager in the Oracle Technical Network (OTN), and has authored a number of Enterprise Manager Books. He started his technical writing with a book on Microsoft Foxpro as early as 1994. His recent Enterprise Manager books are as follows: Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Managing Data Center Chaos published by PACKT Publishing, and the latest book Oracle Database Cloud Cookbook with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control published by Oracle Press.

Dedication: I dedicate my pen and all its output to my beloved parents in heaven, they are the ones that have taught me the good values in life.

Disclaimer: My writings in blog entries, articles or books express my views and opinions in my personal capacity and not that of Oracle Corporation.

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