The Oracle-1Z0-062 Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands on skills in Oracle. By completing the lab tasks you will improve your practical skills in Database Management Tools, Database instances, Configuring Oracle Network Environments, Managing Database Storage Structures, Administering User Security, Managing Space, Undo Data and Data Concurrency, implementing Database Audits, Performing Database Maintenance, Configuring Backup and Recovery, Installing Oracle and Creating and Upgrading Oracle Databases.
These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the Oracle 1Z0-062 certification exam.
About Practice Labs
In today’s world of complex computer systems and technologies it’s essential that both those new to IT and seasoned professionals alike gain hands on experience. Our state-of-the-art platform brings training theory to life giving the user greater depth of technology ensuring their ability to demonstrate how to use and understand vendor products and software.
Get the hands on learning you need without spending significant amounts of money on your own equipment. We deliver real equipment with the ease and convenience of your web browser, allowing you to develop real world IT skills.
- Risk free platform to develop practical IT skills in all the latest technologies
- Real world and exam related practical tasks
- Real equipment NOT simulations
- Simply accessed from a web browser, anytime, anywhere – 24/7
Oracle Database Instances
Configuring an Oracle Network Environment
Managing Database Storage Structures
Administering User Security
Managing Data Concurrency and Undo
Implementing Oracle Database Auditing
Using Backup and Recovery Concepts
Performing Database Recovery
Managing Database Performance
Managing Resource Using Database Resource Manager
Automating Tasks Using Oracle Scheduler
Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Using Oracle Restart
Installing Oracle 12c
Creating an Oracle Database Using DBCA
Upgrading to Oracle 12c
Migrating Data Using Oracle Data Pump