Course Code: O11GSPT
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This Oracle 11g Release 2 SQL Performance Tuning course introduces the delegate to the main concepts of Oracle SQL performance tuning. It is designed to give delegates practical experience in analysing and tuning the performance of SQL. This course is suitable for users of Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Database 12c.
The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:
The Oracle 11g Release 2 SQL Performance Tuning course is designed for SQL programmers, application developers, designers and technical support professionals who are required to tune the performance of an Oracle application running under Oracle Database 11g or 12c.
To provide the skills needed to monitor and tune an Oracle database application.
A working knowledge of SQL is required. This can be obtained by attendance on the pre-requisite Oracle SQL course.
NOTE: Course technical content is subject to change without notice.
The instructor was a delight from beginning to end, experienced, patient and went out of her way to create a full examples or fully answer a question whenever the need arose, including printing out researched answers. I can't recommend her enough.
Charles - Finance - May 2017
Instruction and material was good. It is useful to understand what our DBAs can do.
Ben - Analyst Developer - Finance
Very good, would recommend. Trainer was very good!
Gareth - Associate Developer - Finance
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Extremely happy with the course. The material are all well presented and tutor is just great, very knowledgeable and no questions left unanswered.Zak - System Administrator - Professional Services - November 2017