Managing The Database Environment – it265 (3 credits)
This course provides an introduction to the installation, configuration, support, availability and recovery of databases. The considerations for database administration addressing the requirements for user access, security, backup and recovery will be covered in this course.
Describe how database design affects application design.
Explain physical and logical design.
Define database transactions.
Database Change Management
Explain database change management requirements.
Recognize types of database change.
Explain effects of database change.
Explain database optimization.
Explain database performance monitoring and tuning.
Determine database security strategies.
Describe user access to the database.
Define database availability.
Determine cost of database availability.
Database Backup and Recovery
Identify database availability procedures.
Identify database backup and recovery procedures.
The Role of the DBA
Describe DBA Tasks.
Explain types of DBAs.
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