Oracle Database Modeling and Relational Database Design Self-Study CBT

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Seller: elearning4u (12) 100%, Location: DOCKLANDS, LONDON, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 273632798163 START THE DAY SMART. LEARN AND SKILL UP - MOVE ON & EARN MORE.. HONE YOUR SKILLS AND UPGRADE YOUR STATUS AND INCOME. EARN MINIMUM £50K WITH YOUR ORACLE DATABASE SKILLS. VERY GOOD TRAINING MATERIAL (SELF-STUDY CBT TRAINING). CBT IS INTERACTIVE WITH EXCELLENT SOFTWARE SIMULATIONS USING HANDS-ON REAL-LIFE BASED STEP-BY-STEP SCENARIOS PERFECT INTERACTIVE SELF-TEACH TRAINING COURSE FOR THOSE WHO WORK IN THE FIELD PLUS THOSE PREPARING FOR ORACLE DATABASE 11/12c OCA/OCP CERTIFICATION EXAMS; AS WELL AS THOSE WHO WORK WITH OTHER DATABASE TOOLS OR WISH TO UPSKILL TO AN ORACLE SERVER ENVIRONMENT. GOOD FOR ORACLE DATABASE 9i/10g/11g/12c ENVIRONMENTS. ORACLE DATABASE MODELLING AND RELATIONAL DATABASE DESIGN SELF-STUDY CBTHow This Course Is Organised 800x600 The Oracle Modelling and Relational Database Design course provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform a variety of Data Modeling and Database Development process tasks for activities based on real-life work scenarios. The WebLearning hands-on series reduces the time spent investigating what steps are required to perform a task. Because the step-by-step solutions are built for practical real world situations, not only is knowledge gained through valuable hands-on experience, but also the solutions presented may then be used as the foundation for production implementation, dramatically reducing time to deployment. This covers the Data Modelling and Database Development process and the models that are used at each phase of the lifecycle. Learn through interactive instruction and hands-on exerciseses. By taking this course, you will develop an understanding of the data modeling and database development process, as well as the models used in each phase of the development lifecycle. You'll develop the skills to model and understand the database development lifecycle based on real life examples, while mapping the objects and engineer the logical model to a relational model. You will also learn techniques to validate these data models. Once the Relational Design has been validated, you can create physical models to add all physical properties and finally generate a DDL to create the database objects for your database. You will also better understand how you can work as a team on developing a model using Subversion. Certification This course will assist in preparation for the Oracle Database Administration and Application Development OCP Certification exams. Duration N/A Audience Business Analysts Functional Implementer Semantic Layer Modellers Database Administrators Technical Consultant Business Intelligence Developer Application Developers Prerequisites: Familiarity with data processing concepts and techniques Course Objectives: Understand Relational Database ConceptsUnderstand Types of Databases ModelsUnderstand Gathering Requirements for Database DesignICreate an Entity Relationship Diagram by identifying entities, attributes, relationships and constraints from a set of requirementsNormalize the Entity Relationship Diagram to third Normal formEnhance the Entity Relationship Diagram to utilize several data modeling techniquesCreate a Data Flow Diagram by identifying processes, external agents, information stores and information flows that show how the information flows and how it is being transformedEngineer the Entity Relationship Model into an initial relational database designOptimize the Relational Database DesignComplete the Physical Model and generate the DDL Course Topics: Introduction to the Relational Model Understanding What to Model Why Model?Why Model: A Practical ExampleDatabase and Application Development Life CycleProcess ModelingLogical Data ModelingDatabase DesignDatabase GenerationData Type Model Documenting the Business BackgroundDocumenting the Business DirectionComponents of a Business Direction StatementBusiness ObjectivesAssumptionsCritical Success FactorsKey Performance IndicatorsProblemsDevising Business Direction Objectives and Actions Building a Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)What Is a Process Model?Why Create a DFD?Components of a Data Flow DiagramEventsAnalyzing Event Responses Using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to Create Your Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)Downloading and Installing Oracle SQL Developer Data ModelerOracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Main Window ComponentsBuilding a Data Flow DiagramEditing the Diagram LayoutAdding and Reusing Process EventsSaving Your ModelOpening a Saved Model Validating Your Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)DFD RulesDesign Rules in Oracle SQL Developer Data ModelerTypes of ProcessesProcess DecompositionDecomposition Guidelines Identifying Entities and AttributesWhat Is a Logical Data Model?Why Create an ERD?Components of an Entity Relationship DiagramAttributesAttribute Characteristics Identify RelationshipsRelationshipsComponents of a RelationshipRelationships: Additional ExamplesRelationship TypesUsing a Relationship MatrixDetermining a Relationship’s ExistenceNaming the RelationshipDetermining the Relationship’s Cardinality Assign Unique IdentifiersUnique IdentifiersUnique Identifier ExamplesIdentifying RelationshipsIdentifying Relationships with Multiple EntitiesNon-Identifying RelationshipsPrimary and Secondary Unique IdentifiersSearching for Unique Identifiers Using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to Create the Entity Relationship DiagramBuilding an Entity Relationship DiagramSpecifying Logical Model General OptionModifying Model PropertiesNotation TypesEditing a Diagram LayoutWhat Is a Subview?Creating a SubviewWhat Is a Display? Validating your Entity Relationship DiagramERD ChecklistAttribute RulesDistinguishing Attributes and EntitiesAttribute OptionalityAdding Additional Information to the ERDCreating Reports Normalizing your Data ModelWhat Is Normalization?First Normal Form (1NF)Second Normal Form (2NF)Third Normal Form (3NF)Normalization Example Validating RelationshipsResolving M:M RelationshipsModeling Hierarchical DataExamining Recursive RelationshipsResolving a M:M Recursive RelationshipsModeling Exclusive RelationshipsCreating an Exclusive Relationship in Oracle SQL Developer Data ModelerEntity Type HierarchiesModeling Subtypes in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Adding and Using Data TypesAttribute Data TypesLogical TypeTypes AdministrationDomainAdding a Check Constraint to a DomainAdding Ranges or Value Lists to a DomainPreferred Logical Types and DomainsCreating Domains from Logical Types Put It All TogetherBuild an ERD from a Case Study Map Your Entity Relationship Diagram to a Relational Database DesignWhy Create a Relational Model?Review: Database DesignRelational Database OverviewTerminology MappingNaming ConventionsNaming Restrictions with OracleEnsuring That Your Logical Data Model Is CompleteMapping Simple Entities Engineering Your Entity Relationship Diagram to a Relational Database Design in Oracle SQL Developer Data ModelerRelational Model and Relational Model Diagram PreferencesReviewing Table PropertiesPreviewing the DDL for a TablePreferences: Classification TypesAssigning a Classification Type to One TableChanging the Color for Classified TablesChanging the Prefix for Classified TablesAssigning Classification Types to Multiple Tables Defining Your Physical ModelWhat Is a Physical Model?Creating a Physical ModelRDBMS AdministrationRDBMS Administration: Changing the Default RDBMS SitesCreating Physical Model ObjectsAdding a UserAdding Segment Templates (Storage)Associating Physical Objects with Your Table Generating Your DatabaseDatabase GenerationGenerating DDLDDL PreferencesDDL/Migration General OptionsDesign RulesWorking With Rule SetsWorking With Custom RulesWorking With Libraries Altering an Existing DesignApproaches to ModellingUsing Import to Create a ModelImporting an Existing DatabaseImporting DomainsCreating a Logical Data Model from Your Relational ModelReviewing and Making Changes to Your Logical ModelChecking the Design RulesForward Engineering to a New Relational Model NOTE: THIS COURSE IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN SELF-STUDY CBT FORMAT OR DISTANCE LEARNING. 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