DBA625 - Database Administration
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This subject will review the purpose and responsibilities of the Database Administrator. The student will learn how the DBMS manages the data and controls such as recovery, locking and transaction logging and performance tuning. Through hands on Database Adminstration using Oracle, the student will practice much of the theory presented.
1 Credit for CPA/CPAC Diploma Students
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the utilities of the DBMS in use
2. Describe in detail the functions performed by a DBA
3. Demonstrate an understanding of the architecture and functions of the DBMS(s) in use
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of DBA administrative tasks and basics of backup and recovery and performance tuning
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