Oracle Communications User Data Repository OAM
Duration : 3 Days (24 Hours)
Oracle Communications User Data Repository OAM Course Overview:
The Oracle Communications User Data Repository (UDR) OAM certification focuses on mastering Oracle’s unified and scalable data management solution tailored for the communication industry. It enables efficient delivery of personalized customer experiences through real-time data access. Industries adopt UDR to centralize data management, simplify data layer complexities, and streamline operations, ensuring consistent customer data across multiple applications. This certification entails a comprehensive understanding of UDR systems, encompassing data collection, storage, organization, and access. It is valuable for industries seeking to enhance customer relations, personalize experiences, and comply with privacy regulations. By obtaining this certification, professionals demonstrate their proficiency in utilizing UDR to optimize customer experiences and support privacy compliance initiatives.
- Network engineers and administrators specializing in Oracle Communications User Data Repository.
- IT professionals looking for advanced knowledge in Oracle Access Management.
- Enterprise administrators responsible for managing Oracle Communications User Data Repository.
- Technical executives aiming to understand Oracle’s communication infrastructure.
- Oracle software experts seeking additional training for career advancement.
Learning Objectives of Oracle Communications User Data Repository OAM:
The learning objectives of the Oracle Communications User Data Repository (UDR) Operations and Maintenance (OAM) course are:
- Install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot UDR software.
- Effectively manage user data with data access and subscriber management.
- Enhance services with data modeling in UDR.
- Understand UDR’s high availability and disaster recovery options.
- Comply with data privacy and security standards while using UDR.
Module 1: Integrate – Plan User Data Repository Functions
- Define terms: UDR (User Data Repository), 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project), SPR (Subscriber Profile Repository)
- UDR in a mobile communications network architecture
- Providing subscriber records to UDR using REST and SOAP
- How UDR affects a subscriber session
- Fields in a subscriber profile record
- Maintain networks and communications to connected devices
Module 2: Integrate – Plan for Oracle’s Implementation of User Data Repository
- Multi-level Management (NOAMP and SOAM servers)
- High Availability using Active/Standby servers
- Geo-Redundant enhanced availability options using a Disaster Recovery site
- Diameter connections between UDR and PCRF (Policy and Charging Rules Function)
- Virtual systems – Network Functional Virtualization (NFV)
- Using UDR in Cloud architectures
Module 3: Configure – Using Multi-Level Interfaces
- Oracle Help Center (OHC)
- Using Help manuals
- Using the Graphical User Interface (GUI)
- NOAMP GUI (Northbound Administration and Management Protocol)
- SOAM GUI (Southbound Administration and Management Protocol)
- On-Line Help
Module 4: Configure – Manage System Components
- Analyze and change system component configuration
- Analyze product components
- Configure communications among components (Diameter, REST, SOAP, SNMP, etc.)
- VLANs, Bonds, and DSCP protocol (Differentiated Services Code Point)
- SNMP reporting
Module 5: Configure – Diameter Peers
- Making and preserving Diameter connections (CER/CEA – Capabilities Exchange Request/Answer)
- Configuring Diameter peers (Realm, Diameter ID)
- Create and verify Diameter peer configurations
- Export/Import Diameter configuration
Module 6: Provision Database
- Accessing the User Data Repository database with REST and SOAP
- Management menus for controlling database access
- Client permissions, whitelists, and blacklists
- Manage data entities (extend the UDR database)
- Create update and status reports about database changes
- Measurements related to the database
Module 7: System Administration
- Process for allowing permissions
Module 8: Monitor Components
- NOAMP network elements reports
- Monitor high availability and replication
- Monitor Diameter, REST, and SOAP connections
- Monitor components with measurements
Module 9: Monitor Alarms
- View alarms banner, alarms report, and alarms history
- Find alarm recovery actions in On-Line Help
Module 10: Monitor System
- Monitor key component processes
- Monitor Key Performance Indicator reports
- Isolate problems with measurements
Module 11: Corrective Maintenance
- Monitor and control system backup
- Control active servers with high availability controls
- Monitor and control ComAgent connections (Communication Agent)
Module 12: Corrective Maintenance – Remediation
- On-Line Help Center
- My Oracle Support – Service Requests (SRs) and knowledge base
- Troubleshooting Communications Agent (ComAgent) and signaling traffic
- Save log
- System Health Checks
Oracle Communications User Data Repository OAM Course Prerequisites:
- Basic knowledge of Oracle Communications User Data Repository (UDR) to understand data management concepts.
- Understanding of Oracle Access Manager (OAM) to grasp authentication and authorization mechanisms.
- Familiarity with database administration to manage data storage and retrieval efficiently.
- Knowledge of middleware concepts for seamless integration with other systems.
- Experience with Oracle Communications products to leverage existing expertise in the communication industry.
- Training in web and server administration to handle the deployment and maintenance of the Network Integrity solution.
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- Practice Labs.
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- Access to the recordings of your class sessions for 90 days.
- Digital courseware
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