Oracle BPM 12C Online Training

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Learners : 150
Reviews : 4.6

Get hands-on exposure in the creation of genuine Oracle Business Process Management applications with Oracle BPM by real-time experts. By the end of this training, you will get practical exposure to developing, monitoring, and optimizing the various business process

KITS Online Training Institute provides best Oracle BPM 12C Online Training Course by our highly professional certified trainers. Oracle Business Process Management is a member of the Oracle Business Process Management Suite. it is a complete set of tools for creating, executing and optimizing business processes. The suite enables unparalleled collaboration between business and IT to automate and optimize business processes. We are delighted to be one of the best leading IT online training with best experienced IT professionals and skilled resources. We have been offering courses to to consultants, companies so that they can meet all the challenges in their respective technologies. We also provide other related courses like Oracle OSB.

What is BPM
Why BPM
Real Time Examples
SOA Vs BPM Architecture
BPEL Vs BPM
BPM Life Cycle
Installing and Setting up the Oracle BPM suite environment
Types of BPM processes that can be created in Oracle BPM
MDS Configuration and Deployment and Usage
Business Catalogs and Business Objects
Using Data Associations
Using Script Tasks
Using Gateways – Complex, Exclusive, Inclusive and Parallel
Using a File Adapter
DB and JMS Data Source and Connection pooling
Using a DB Adapter
Using a JMS Adapter
XSLT
Using Send and Receive Tasks
Sub process,Reusable Sub process
event Sub-process
Business Rules, Decision Tables, Bucket sets
Events- Start, END, Catch, Timer, Error
SWIM Lane and User Mapping
Users and Groups Creation
Using BPM Workspace
Mapping BPM Swimlane Roles to WebLogic users
Human Work-flow/Human Tasks – Different User Tasks
Difference between Humanwork Flow and BPM work Flow
Auto Generating ADF User Interfaces for the Human Tasks
Process Tracking and Monitoring in BPM Workspace and Enterprise Manager
Deploying BPM and ADF applications from JDeveloper.
Creating a Pluggable Database Pool
Setting Up Quotas
Creating a Data Profile for PDB
Creating a Service Template from a PDB Profile
Creating a Service Template for an Empty PDB
Setting Up Request Settings
Configuring Chargeback
Self Service: Request and Create a PDB Service for SALES PDB
Self Service: Request and Create a PDB Service for Empty PDB
Viewing Chargeback Results
Administering the Cloud
Presetup for Hybrid Cloud
Testing the Hybrid Cloud
Installing the Cloud Agent
Discovering the Database and Listener on the Cloud Server
Comparing On-Premise and Cloud Database Configurations
Cloning PDBs from On-Premise to Cloud
Preserving the Agent Home When Patching the Cloud Database
Cloning to Oracle Cloud
Cloning from Oracle Cloud
Installing the REST Client
Presteps
Step 1: Viewing Details
Step 2: Creating a Database
Step 3: Refreshing the Database That Was Requested and Created
Step 4: Deleting the Database That Was Requested and Created
Step 5: Creating a Schema
Step 6: Deleting the Schema Service That Was Requested and Created
Step 7: Creating a Pluggable Database
Step 8: Deleting the Pluggable Database That Was Requested and Created
Importing Postman Collections from JSON Files (Optional)
Backups in the Past
RMAN Benefits
Initial Backup Steps
Backup Settings
Scheduling a Full Backup
Managing Backups
Scheduling an Incremental Backup
Backup Strategies
Database Group Backups
Backups of Oracle Database 12c
Creating Backup Reports
The Old Days of Oracle Disaster Recovery
Initial Steps
Adding a Standby Database
Menu Options for Data Guard
Data Guard Administration
Editing Standby Database Properties
Editing Primary Database Properties
Converting to Snapshot Standby
Switchover and Failover
Far Sync in Oracle Database 12c
Data Guard via Self Service
Using a File Adapter
DB and JMS Data Source and Connection pooling
Using a DB Adapter
Using a JMS Adapter
XSLT
Using Send and Receive Tasks
Sub process,Reusable Sub process
event Sub-process
Business Rules, Decision Tables, Bucket sets
Events- Start, END, Catch, Timer, Error
SWIM Lane and User Mapping
Users and Groups Creation
Using BPM Workspace
Mapping BPM Swimlane Roles to WebLogic users
Human Work-flow/Human Tasks – Different User Tasks
Difference between Humanwork Flow and BPM work Flow
Auto Generating ADF User Interfaces for the Human Tasks
Process Tracking and Monitoring in BPM Workspace and Enterprise Manager
Deploying BPM and ADF applications from JDeveloper.
What is DBA?
Why a Company needs a DBA?
Roles & Responsibilities of DBA
Identify the oracle product
Oracle Architecture
Physical and Logical Phase of Database
System requirements.
Redhat Linux Installation
Install software with the Oracle Universal Installer on Linux Platform
Identify System Requirements
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)
Discuss Oracle Base
Discuss Oracle Home
Prerequisite Checks and Fixup Utilit
Describe the multitenant architecture
Describe the root and pluggable database containers
Differentiate the root from a pluggable database
Explain pluggable database plugging
List impacts in various areas
Initialization Parameter Files
Starting Up Oracle Databases
Shutting Down Oracle Databases
Opening and Closing PDBs
Working with the Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR)
Querying Dynamic Performance Views
Methods and Tools to Create PDBs
Creating PDBs from Seed with SQL*Plus
Cloning PDBs with SQL*Plus
Unplugging and Pluggin In PDBs with SQL*Plus
Dropping PDBs with SQL*Plus
Configure and create a CDB, Create a PDB from PDB$SEED
Plug or clone a non-CDB into a CDB
Clone a local or remote PDB into a CDB
Unplug and plug a PDB from one CDB to another CDB
Explore the instance and structure of PDBs
Migrate a pre-12.1 non-CDB database to CDB
How Table Data is Stored
Creating Tablespaces in SQL*Plus
Altering and Dropping Tablespaces in SQL*Plus
Viewing Tablespace Information in SQL*Plus
Implementing Oracle Managed Files
Moving and Renaming Online Data Files in SQL*Plus
Permanent & temporary tablespaces in CDB and PDBs
Oracle Database Space Management Features
Block Space Management
Row Chaining and Migration
Free Space Management Within Segments
Types of Segments
Allocating Extents
Understanding Deferred Segment Creation
Space-Saving Features
Undo Data: Overview
Transactions and Undo Data
Storing Undo Information
Comparing Undo Data and Redo Data
Managing Undo
Local Undo Mode Versus Shared Undo Mode
Configuring Undo Retension
Categories of Undo
Creating Users
Granting Privileges
Creating and Granting Roles
Revoking Privileges and Roles
Creating and Assigning Profiles
Authenticating Users
Assigning Quotas to Users
Applying the Principal of Least Privilege
Common and local users, roles and privileges
New Administrative Privileges
New Administrative Privilege SYSBACKUP
New Administrative Privilege SYSDG
New Administrative Privilege SYSKM
OS Authentication and OS Groups
Password Authentication for SYSBACKUP
Password Authentication for SYSDG
New System Privilege PURGE DBA_RECYCLEBIN 10-19
Creating Policies Database and Role Analysis
Creating Policies Context Analysis
Analyzing and Reporting
SYSTEM and OBJECT Used Privileges
Used Privileges Results
Compare Used and Unused Privileges
Oracle Net Services
How Listeners Work
Configuring Listeners for Dynamic Service Registration
Configuring Listeners for Static Service Registration
Configuring Local Naming for Connections
Testing Oracle Net Connectivity with tnsping
Configuring Communication Between Databases
Dedicated Versus Shared Server Configurations
Moving Data: General Architecture
Oracle Data Pump: Overview
Oracle Data Pump: Benefits
Full Transportable Export/Import Overview
Full Transportable Export/Import Usage
Full Transportable Export/Import Example
Plugging a Non-CDB into CDB Using Data Pump
Plugging a Non-CDB into CDB Using Replication
Transporting a Database over the Network Example
Disabling Logging for Oracle Data Pump Import Overview
Disabling Logging for Oracle Data Pump Import Usage
Disabling Logging for Oracle Data Pump Import Command-Line Examples
Exporting Views as Tables Overview
Exporting Views as Tables Usage
Exporting Views as Tables Command-Line Examples
Specifying the Encryption Password
Compressing Tables during Import
DBA Responsibilities
Categories of Failure
Understanding Instance Recovery
Understanding Types of Backups
Comparing Complete and Incomplete Recovery
Duplicating a Database ( Database Cloning )
Use Table Recovery
Backup and Recovery Concepts
Perform basic backup and recovery
Configure and manage RMAN settings, Configure FRA
Describe the use of the RMAN recovery catalog, Create Catalog
Register a database in the RMAN recovery catalog
Perform full and incremental backups
Configure Block Change tracking, Perform incremental level backups
Recover an incremental level 0 backup with level 1 incremental
Perform automated TSPITR, Perform table recovery from backups
Perform CDB and PDB backups
Recover CDB and PDB from essential file loss
Media Failure: CDB or PDB Temp File Recovery
Media Failure: PDB Temp File Recovery
Media Failure: Control File Loss
Media Failure: Redo Log File Loss
Media Failure: Root SYSTEM or UNDO Data File
Media Failure: Root SYSAUX Data File
Media Failure: PDB SYSTEM Data File
Media Failure: PDB Non-SYSTEM Data File
Describe Flashback Database architecture
Understand flashback technologies from various types of errors
Configure your database to use flashback technologies
Perform flashback query, version query, transaction backout
Perform flashback table, recyclebin, flashback data archive
Database Patch Management Introduction
Applying Interim and Patch set Patches
Patch History & Documentation
SQL Tuning Process
Oracle Optimizer
Optimizer Statistics
SQL Plan Directives
Adaptive Execution Plans
SQL Tuning Advisor
SQL Access Advisor
SQL Performance Analyzer
Managing Performance Activities
Performance Planning Considerations
Database Maintenance
Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor
Performance Monitoring
Performance Tuning Methodology
Database Server Statistics and Metrics

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  • Grab the practical exposure of the course through high-quality videos
  • Learn from basic to advanced level of the course led by real-time instructors

Online

  • Get a live demonstration of every topic by our experienced faculty
  • Get LMS Access of every session after the completion of the course
  • Gain the stuff to get certified

Corporate

  • Can enroll for Self paced, Live (or) the class mode of training
  • Engage in online training lecture by an industry expert at your facility
  • Learn as a full day schedule with discussions, exercises, and practical use cases
  • Design your own syllabus based on the project requirements
The trainer is a real-time expert and has a significant amount of technology
Irrespective of your class attendance, every session will be recorded. Soon after the completion of the class, you can able to access the videos
During the course, the trainer will provide the environment to execute the practical's.
Once you contact us, our support team will offer you great discounts.
Yes! we do accept the fee in installments, depending on the mode of training you take.
We offer the best training on different modes like self-paced, one-one, batch as well as corporate training.
Yes! Our support team will take your resumes and forward to the firms for placement assistance
During the course, the trainer will provide the probable certification question to make you certified.
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Beginner Level To Advance Level

Real-Time Scenarios With Projects

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