Course Code: O12CSPT
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This Oracle 12c 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 12c 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.
Excellent and happy to respond to questions trainer, and pointedly happy to field questions about individual course attendees production environments, this means that the course is more relevant and people can use real world scenarios to further learning. Excellent skillset and very knowledgeable. I will return for another course when my career requires it.
Gregg - Infrastructure Manager - IT
Great course. I always wanted to know more about Tuning and know I feel I know the full breadth of the subject. I look forward to going back to the office and examining my SQL queries with more confidence.
Paul - Analyst / Programmer - Finance
Very good course that has been taught very well
Lee - Application Programmer - Utilities
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I compared courses in Belgium to the one offered by StayAhead, and SA definitely had my preference. I really liked the flexibility of the lecturer concerning extra exercises that had a bit more challenge to them than written down in the course itself.Nicola - Software Developer - Postal/Distribution - June 2018