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    About this Course

    The multitenant architecture enables you to have many pluggable databases inside a single Oracle Database instance. Oracle Database 19c Multitenant Architecture is a three-day hands-on course that explores the multitenant architecture and the different types of pluggable databases (PDBs) in multitenant container databases (CDBs).

    Audience Profile

    This course is introductory-level, but technical in nature.

    At Course Completion

    This course is approximately 50% hands-on lab to lecture ratio, combining engaging expert lessons, demos and group discussions with real-world, skills-focused machine-based labs and exercises. Working in a hands-on learning environment led by our expert facilitator, you’ll explore:

    • Core concepts of regular PDBs
    • Creating a CDB, and then using different methods to create PDBs.
    • How to start and shut down a CDB and how to open and close a PDB.
    • Security aspects in CDBs and PDBs in various areas like privileges and roles, lockdown profiles, auditing, Database Vault, and encryption.
    • Availability through backup, duplicate, recovery, and flashback topics and then performance, monitoring, and resources allocation management in CDBs and PDBs.
    • How you can move data from a non-CDB environment to a PDB.
    • How to move data between PDBs by using utilities such as the export and import features of Oracle Data Pump, SQL*Loader, external tables, and Oracle Recovery Manager.


    1. Multitenant Architecture

    • CDB Basics
    • CDB and Regular PDBs
    • Application PDBs and Application Installation

    2. PDB Creation

    • PDB Creation
    • CDB and PDB Management
    • Storage

    3. Security

    • Security
    • Backup and Duplicate
    • Recovery and Flashback
    • Performance
    • Resources Allocation

    4. Data Movement

    • Data Movement
    • Upgrade Methods
    • Miscellaneous


    In order to participate in the hands-pon labs you should have a basic understanding of database principles, basic scripting skills (in relation to Oracle) and basic analytics skills.

    GSA Schedule: 47QTCA19D008F