Above and Beyond with SkillBuilders’ Oracle Database Manager (SBODM)
June 3 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC
Another Free Webinar from SkillBuilders
Learn the powerful and extensive features in SkillBuilders’ Oracle Database Manager (SBODM) and how easy they are to use. See demonstrations of job scheduling with a GUI for parameters, setting thresholds, alerts and notifications (yes, compliant, even with SE2) and much more. Dave and Garry will also compare SBODM to OEM DB Express, the no-extra-cost database manager many people use with Oracle Database Editions XE and SE2.
This session is primarily product demonstrations.
What is SBODM?
SBODM is a lightweight, easy-to-use database management tool for Oracle Database. It is free, written in Oracle APEX and manages a single database – the database on which it is installed. ODM is a potential replacement for OEM DB Express (or the old DB Console). However, SBODM has several powerful features that DB Express does not.
Topics (Subject to Change)
- Introduction – What is ODM
- Demonstrations follow…
- Everyday Tasks with ODM
- Backup and Recovery
- Above and Beyond the Usual with ODM
- Scheduling custom PL/SQL blocks, Procedures and OS executables
- Scheduling any OS Script with a GUI for Parameters
- Scheduling APEX exports and Includes Exports of the Parsing Schema(s)
- Defining Metric Threshold Alerts and Notifications on SE2
- Viewing the Execution Plan of executing SQL statements
Garry Lawton, SkillBuilders Super+ Technologist and Debugger
Dave Anderson SkillBuilders Founder, President and Oracle Techy
John Watson, SkillBuilders Super+ Oracle DBA, Oracle Certified Master
The webinar is designed for DBA’s and Oracle Database Power Users or Developers who are responsible for managing an Oracle Database. IT Database Management can also benefit.
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June 3rd, 2020 at 1:00 pm ET
All dates are in Eastern Time (ET).