Oracle Linux 7 Training (Packaged Course) – Full Purchase
Oracle Linux 7 Training Course
Welcome to Oracle Linux 7. This course is design for users who have never used Linux before. The following course is not just any Linux course, this covers Oracle Linux 7 from a DBA’s perspective. Online DBA Academy designed this course with aspiring Oracle Database Administrators in mind. If you are looking to become a DBA and don’t know where to start, this is where you start, with Oracle Linux 7.
Oracle Linux 7 Training Course Overview
I have seen so many instructors in classrooms and online teaching Oracle Database Administration, but the instructors skip all over Linux. Linux is foundation to Oracle Database Administration. I believe Oracle Linux should be the first thing an aspiring DBA purpose to learn when learning Database Administration. Again, this is the foundation, and if your foundation is not solid starting out, you are bound to fail in your career.
This course will hold your hand and teach you. We will teach you, not just the basics, but everything you need to know, concerning Linux. Our teaching will be from a DBA’s perspective. Oracle does not offer a certification course for Linux, but from experience this is the operating systems that 99% of major companies use to run their databases on. And, if you don’t have this foundation knowledge, you will not make it as an Oracle DBA. You must know Linux, more specifically, Oracle Linux.
Oracle Linux 7 Training Course: What to Expect?
This Linux course is like no other. You will get your hands dirty in the very beginning of this course. In this Linux Course, we start off by creating a test system in Oracle Virtual Box. We create the test system first that you will use all throughout your training courses, Oracle Linux, Oracle SQL, and Oracle Database Administration. You will learn very soon, on your own, if troubleshooting and being a Database Administrator is for you or not.
After installs, we dive into the basics of learning what exactly is Oracle Linux and navigating on the command line. We learn about users and passwords, how to use vi editor, just to name a few lessons that are covered.
Furthermore, this course is not for anyone looking to learn Linux for system administrators (sysadmin). Although, in this class, you will act as a system administrator and have to perform certain tasks of a sysadmin, our primary focus will be learning to use this Operating System from an Oracle Database Administrator perspective. Therefore, the majority of the lessons we cover will be based on the job duties of a DBA, not the sysadmin.
Also, to all of our members we offer weekly study groups, webinars, interviews with real DBA’s, and much more. This is truly a community that sole purpose is to help you become an Oracle DBA. Although this course is intense, if you stick with us, you will be an Oracle DBA
And so much more.
|1. Oracle Linux Course Ovierview|
|1.1. Linux Course Overview||00:14:37|
|1.2. Introduction to Linux||00:16:56|
|2.1.1. Installation of Oracle Virtual Box Overview||00:08:37|
|2.1.2. Installation of Oracle Virtual Box||00:08:59|
|2.2.1. Installation of Oracle Linux on Oracle Virtual Box Overview||00:06:14|
|2.2.2. Download Oracle Linux 7||00:07:30|
|2.2.3. Installing Oracle Linux||00:23:33|
|2.2.4. Installing Guest Additions||00:20:57|
|2.2.5. Setting Up Shared Folders Within Virtual Box||00:09:46|
|2.3.1. Installing Putty Overview||00:04:31|
|2.3.2. Installing Putty||00:14:57|
|3. Linux Basics|
|3.1.1. Understanding Linux Directory Structure Overview||00:04:51|
|3.1.2. Understanding Linux Directory Stucture||00:08:43|
|3.2. Navigating in Linux||00:17:33|
|3.3. User Management||00:11:05|
|4. All About Files and Directories|
|4.1. Create, Delete, Copy, Rename, & Find Files||00:23:21|
|4.2. Using VI Editor||00:20:23|
|4.3.1. Group Management, Permissions, & Wildcards Overview||00:08:19|
|4.3.2. Group Management||00:14:19|
|4.4. Create, Delete, Copy, and Delete Directoires||00:14:00|
|4.5. Standard Output, Error, and Redirection||00:12:04|
|5. All about the Environment|
|5.2. Which Command & Environment Variables||00:13:38|
|5.3. Bash and Custom Profiles||00:11:25|
|6.1 Linux Management|
|6.1. Processes Management and Top Command||00:12:48|
|6.2. Space Management||00:11:40|
|6.3. Software Repository Management||00:19:03|
|7. Learning Oracle Linux Course Project|
|7.1 Learning Oracle Linux Course Project||00:06:52|
|8. Backup, Automate Jobs and Transferring Files|
|8.1. Tar, Transfer, & Untarring Files||00:21:10|
|8.2. The Cron Tab||00:27:23|
|9.1. Oracle Linux 7 Conclusion||00:00:50|