This Relational Database and Oracle Data Modeling Design training program covers the Database Development process as well as Data Modeling and the models that are used at each phase of the lifecycle. Learn from expert Oracle University instructors through hands-on exercisese as well as interactive instruction.

Radiant Teachlearning offers the Oracle Data Modeling and Relational Database Design Training Program in Classroom and Virtual instructor Led/Online mode.


Duration: 4 days


Learning Objectives

  • Identify the types of models.
  • Develop a process model (Data Flow Diagram).
  • Use advanced data modeling techniques.
  • Create the Physical Model, add several Physical Model objects, and generate the DDL.
  • Use several real life examples to document business requirements.
  • Work with design rules that can be applied to check and enforce the integrity and consistency of your designs.
  • Work in a collaborative environment using Subversion.
  • Create an Entity Relationship Diagram by identifying entities, attributes, relationships and constraints from a set of requirements
  • Normalize the Entity Relationship Diagram to third Normal form
  • Enhance the Entity Relationship Diagram to utilize several data modeling techniques
  • Create a Data Flow Diagram by identifying processes, external agents, information stores and information flows that show how the information flows and how it is being transformed
  • Engineer the Entity Relationship Model into an initial relational database design
  • Optimize the Relational Database Design
  • Complete the Physical Model and generate the DDL
  • Use Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to document all the concepts learned throughout the course


Benefits to You

By taking this course, professionals will develop an acknowledging of the data modeling and database development process, as well as the models used in each phase of the development lifecycle. Professionals will develop the skills to model and acknowledge the database development lifecycle based on real life examples, while mapping the objects and engineer the logical model to a relational model.


Validate Data Models

Professionals will also learn techniques to validate these data models. Once the Relational Design has been validated, professionals can create physical models to add finally generate as well as all physical properties DDL to create the database objects for your database. Professionals will also better acknowledge how professionals can work as a team on developing a model using Subversion.


Audience Profile

  • Analyst
  • Architect
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer
  • Systems Administrator

Course Content

  • Acknowledging What to Model
  • Documenting the Business Background
  • Building a Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)
  • Using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to Create Your Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)
  • Validating Your Process Model (Data Flow Diagram)
  • Identifying Entities and Attributes
  • Identify Relationships
  • Assign Unique Identifiers
  • Using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to Create the Entity Relationship Diagram
  • Validating your Entity Relationship Diagram
  • Normalizing your Data Model
  • Validating Relationships
  • Adding and Using Data Types
  • Put It All Together
  • Map Your Entity Relationship Diagram to a Relational Database Design
  • Engineering Your Entity Relationship Diagram to a Relational Database Design in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler
  • Defining Your Physical Model
  • Generating Your Database
  • Altering an Existing Design
  • Working in a Collaborative Environment


Q: What kind of audience is expected for this training?


A: This training is beneficial to the following professionals: –

  • Analyst
  • Architect
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer
  • Systems Administrator


Q: What is meant by process?


A: A process is somewhat like a mechanism in an operating system that has the ability run a series of steps. The mechanism is dependent on the operating system.


Q: What is meant by process model?


A: Process models are procedures of the same nature that are compiled together into a model.


Q: What are the types of background processes?


A: Some of the processes are listed below: –

  • Database Writer Process (DBWn)
  • Log Writer Process (LGWR)
  • Checkpoint Process (CKPT)
  • System Monitor Process (SMON)
  • Process Monitor Process (PMON)
  • Recoverer Process (RECO)


Q: What is meant by tablespaces?


A: The database consists of one or more logical storage units called tablespaces, which are responsible for the storage all of the database’s data.


Q: What is .DBF file in Oracle?


A: Every tablespace in the database consists of multiple files called data files, which are nothing but physical structures that confirm to the operating system in which Oracle is being implemented.


Q: Why one should prefer Radiant Techlearning ?


A: Radiant believes in practical and creative approach to training and development which distinguishes it from the other training and developmental platforms. Moreover training courses are undertaken by some of the experts who are having vast range of experience in their domain.


Q: What if I/we have doubts after attending your training program?


A: Radiant team of experts would be available on the e-mail to answer your technical queries even after the training program.


Q: Does this training program include any project?


A: Yes, Radiant will provide you most updated high value and relevant real time projects and case studies in each training program.


Q: If I face technical difficulty during the session then is there any remedy for that?


A: Technical issues are unpredictable and might occur with us as well.   Participants have to ensure that they have access to the required configuration with good internet speed.


Q: What is schedule of training program?


A: Radiant Techlearning offers training programs on weekday, weekend and combination of weekday and weekend.  We provide you complete liberty to choose the schedule that suits to your need.

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