Oracle Training Overview|
This courseware training guide book will pull together into one cohesive unit an explanation of all the major technologies which comprise the enterprise computing architecture for organizations today. This course was formerly known as the ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TOUR.
Oracle Training Prerequisites
No specific prerequisites are mandatory for this course. A general understanding of computing principles and computer hardware and software is helpful
Oracle Training Audience
This course is appropriate for any systems professional or business professional who wishes to obtain an overall understanding of the varied computing technologies. Both practitioners and management personnel will benefit from this presentation.
Oracle Training Demonstration Note
Live demonstrations of various components are done using Oracle, Microsoft and other common vendor products.
Oracle Training Objectives
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Major subject areas to be explored and reviewed are:
Oracle Training Course duration
Oracle Training Course outline
MULTI-TIERED COMPUTING ARCHITECTURES
- Consider the evolution of client/server architectures into web based computing topologies, including 2-tier, 3-tier and multi-tiered application architectures.
- Discuss the role played by client devices, web servers, application servers, database servers and other specialized devices.
- Review the physical hardware and software components which comprise server-based systems. Subjects include RISC chip technology, SMP-architectures and multi-tasking operating systems.
- Discuss database technologies, including relational and object databases, transactional databases and data warehouses. Consider both the logical and physical architecture of such database systems.
- Consider message-based application service architectures, including service-oriented application protocols.
- Review network architectures, including broadband vs. baseband, local area, metropolitan area and wide area networks. Consider private and Internet network services.
- Understand logical models and CASE tools, including process modeling, function modeling and data modeling methodologies.
- Understand object oriented theory and its practical application in application design and programming.
- 2-TIER CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING MODEL
- Application Partitioning
- Database Server-Side Program Unit Example
- Peering Into The Architectural Components
- 3-TIER COMPUTING MODEL
- About Application Servers
- N-TIER COMPUTING MODEL
- THE JAVA COMPUTING PLATFORM
- WEB & APPLICATION SERVERS
- DATABASE SERVERS
- COMPUTING GRIDS & FARMS
- PARALLELIZATION TECHNOLOGIES
- SERVER PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURES & PERFORMANCE
- HTTP & URLS
- BROWSERS & CLIENT-SIDE PROCESSING
- ENTERPRISE & CORPORATE PORTALS
- DASHBOARDS & PORTLETS
- ABOUT WEB CACHES
- The Need For Web Caches
- How A Web Cache Works
- Oracle AS Web Cache Features
- HTTP SERVERS
- Server Components
- Oracle HTTP Server Mods Illustrated
- ABOUT THE APPLICATION SERVER ARCHITECTURE
- ABOUT THE SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
- IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
- Oracle Internet Directory
- Oracle AS Single Sign-On
- Oracle AS Certificate Authority
- BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SERVICES
- WHAT IS DATA MODELING?
- ABOUT SYSTEM DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
- Additional Methodologies
- About Version Control
- BUILD A DATA MODEL
- More About Relationships
- ABOUT RELATIONAL DATABASES
- MORE ABOUT THE SQL LANGUAGE
- RELATIONAL DATABASE TABLES
- DATABASE SERVER SOFTWARE COMPONENTS
- DATABASE OBJECTS
- ABOUT THE DATA DICTIONARY
- DATA WAREHOUSES
- NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES
- Baseband Vs. Broadband
- Wireless Communication
- LAN ARCHITECTURES
- About Ethernet
- About Token Ring
- Special Network Devices
- ANSI/ISO OSI 7 NETWORK LAYERS
- WHAT IS AN OBJECT?
- CLASSIFICATION & INHERITANCE
- Inheritance and Classification Illustrated