Oracle Database 12c: The Complete Reference (Anglais) Relié – 1 octobre 2013
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Master the Cutting-Edge Features of Oracle Database 12c
Maintain a scalable, highly available enterprise platform and reduce complexity by leveraging the powerful new tools and cloud enhancements of Oracle Database 12c. This authoritative Oracle Press guide offers complete coverage of installation, configuration, tuning, andadministration. Find out how to build and populate Oracle databases, perform effective queries, design applications, and secure your enterprise data. Oracle Database 12c: The Complete Reference also contains a comprehensive appendix covering commands, keywords, features, and functions.
- Set up Oracle Database 12c or upgrade from an earlier version
- Design Oracle databases and plan for application implementation
- Construct SQL and SQL*Plus statements and execute powerful queries
- Secure data with roles, privileges, virtualization, and encryption
- Move data with SQL*Loader and Oracle Data Pump
- Restore databases using flashback and the Oracle Database Automatic Undo Management feature
- Build and deploy PL/SQL triggers, procedures, and packages
- Work with Oracle pluggable and container databases
- Develop database applications using Java, JDBC, and XML
- Optimize performance with Oracle Real Application Clusters
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Bob Bryla has more than 20 years of experience in MIS, ranging from database and data warehouse design to system administration on multiple hardware platforms. He is currently lead designer and data analyst for Land’s End's online store database and handles the DBA activities on Land’s End Oracle Internet databases.
Kevin Loney was named Consultant of the Year by Oracle Magazine in 2002. He is an internationally recognized expert in the design, development, and administration and tuning of Oracle databases. An Oracle developer and database administrator since 1987, Loney has designed and implemented both transactional processing systems and data warehouses.
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The chapters cover the material you would think they would cover. Including the new CDB and PDB concepts in 12c. Also important newer - but not new - topics like VPD, TDE, SQL Replay. I was happy to find sections on Tuning but saw little on Data Guard and RMAN. As a DBA, I am not that interested in topics such as XML, Object-SQL, and Java. I would like to see the RAC section be larger. But overall, it is a very important addition to the library of EVERY Oracle professional. Keep the book at home, but keep the electronic copy of the book (on an include CD) with you everywhere.
1 - This book does not contain recipes for database administrators.
Although it contains many chapters explaining architecture and features, such as how to deploy ASM, Data Guard, etc. It cannot be used by a DBA to learn how to do day to day administration. If that is your goal, I recommend searching another book, like Oracle Press' Install and Administrate Oracle 12c.
2- It is perfect as a reference, but the text is not boring and anyone willing to know about a new concept will be very satisfied with this book. The appendix contains a complete commands reference in alphabetical order like ORACLE OTN guides (SQL REFERENCE AND PL/SQL REFERENCE), full of examples and text explaining them.
3- The textual part is very creative. In it one can find real classess on each topics. The language is simple and enthusiastic. The examples are simple to follow and well commented and the name of the chapters are amazing. For example, instead of saying "Chapter 12 - Grouping functions", they decided to name it "Chapter 12 - Grouping things together", instead of Subqeueries, "When one query depends on another" and so forth.
In final words, as a DBA, this book is an excellent reference and will allow me to learn new concepts. As a Developer, this book is perfect and gives real classes in SQL and PL/SQL as well as a very important chapter on how to use SQL PLUS properly.
P.S. I don't know if the kindle edition will be helpful since this book is REALLY BIG and heavy so kindle edition may be too small for a good reading.