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Oracle Books To Become an Oracle DBA in Eighty Days
By: Fly Balloon
Paperback: 51 pages (February 16, 2007)
Infinity Publishing

The book To Become an Oracle DBA in Eighty Days explains the concepts of oracle database using the stories from Jules Verne's novel Around the World in 80 Days: One Oracle Database Architecture Two Oracle Network Configuration 2.1. Client Request 2.2. Network Configuration Files 2.3. Listener Static and Dynamic Register 2.4. Listener Failover and Load Balance Three Database Grid Control 3.1. Grid Control Structure 3.2. Event and Notification 3.3. Scheduled Job Four Backup, Recovery and RMAN 4.1. System Change Number (SCN) 4.2. Online Backup 4.3. Recovery 4.4. Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) Five Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC) 5.1. Physical Structure 5.2. Resource Coordination 5.3. Cache Fusion Six Performance Tuning.

Oracle Books Oracle Essentials, 3e: Oracle Database 10g
By: Rick Greenwald, Robert Stackowiak, Jonathan Stern
Paperback: 368 pages (February 1, 2004)
O'Reilly & Associates

The new edition of this classic book, Oracle Essentials 3rd Edition: Oracle Database 10g, distills a vast amount of knowledge into an easy-to-read volume covering every aspect of the Oracle database. Readers of all levels will learn about Oracle's features and technologies, including the product line, architecture, data structures, networking, concurrency, tuning, and much more. Featuring focused text, abundant illustrations, and helpful hints, the new edition offers a valuable overview of Oracl e's Database 10g--the industry's first database to support grid computing. Recent releases such as Oracle 9i and 8i are also covered. More comprehensible than a large reference, and more detailed than mot primers, this book covers all the information you'll need to install and run the Oracle databases, as well as the conceptual background you'll want to understand how they work. If you're new to Oracle or upgrading to Oracle 10g, you'll find this all-in-one guide essential.

Oracle Books Oracle in a Nutshell
By: Rick Greenwald, David C. Kreines (Editor)
Paperback: 912 pages 1st Edition edition (December 1, 2002)
O'Reilly & Associates

Introduced a quarter-century ago, the Oracle database remains the leading enterprise relational database management system (RDBMS) in the world. Oracle is a complex system, offering a myriad of products, languages, and tools. Frequent updates, releases, and editions complicate the ability of Oracle users to keep up with the huge amounts of frequently changing information about the database and its capabilities. The goal of Oracle in a Nutshell is to bring order to the chaos of Oracle informatio n -- to pull together the most essential information on Oracle architecture, syntax, and user interfaces. The content and format of this book, an admirable addition to O'Reilly's respected In-a-Nutshell line, combine to boil down vital Oracle commands, language constructs, parameters, and file formats in a succinct and highly accessible desktop reference. Oracle in a Nutshell covers the information that database administrators PL/SQL and Java developers, and system, network, and security admini strators need as they manage Oracle databases and write code for these databases.

Oracle Books Special Ops: Host and Network Security for Microsoft, UNIX, and Oracle
By: Erik Pace Birkholz
Paperback: 784 pages (December 2002)
Syngress Media Inc

This book is designed to be the "one-stop shop" for security engineers who want all their information in one place. Content includes the newest vulnerabilities and exploits, assessment methodologies, host review guides, secure baselines, and case studies to bring it all together. Several security experts offer guidance on both technical and strategic subjects.

Oracle Books Oracle Net8 Configuration & Troubleshooting
By: Hugo Toledo, Jonathan Gennick
Paperback - 450 pages 1st edition (December 2000)
O'Reilly & Associates

Net8 is the fundamental Oracle technology that allows Oracle services and clients to communicate with each other over a network. Net8 is most often used to connect client software to Oracle database servers. It may also be used to connect database servers to one another, allowing communication between distributed databases. This practical guide provides the information that readers, especially database administrators, need to know in order to install configure, tune, and troubleshoot Net8.

Oracle Books Oracle8i Networking 101
By: Marlene L. Theriault
Paperback - 553 pages 1st edition (August 25, 2000)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Teaches beginners the essentials of running Oracle8i on a network, and advises IT managers and security administrators on a full complement of industry-compliant features designed to protect against security hazards. The only title yet published explicitly on Oracle8i Networking. Integrates Oracle servers with network services and Internet services, including advanced networking and security options. Covers integration of Oracle into the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE). (Osborne) Explain s how interactions over a network take place. Describes the hardware and software required, and how all the components interface to produce successful communications between computers and databases. Contains step-by-step procedures illustrated by screen shots. Details on Internet protocols and network encryption are included.