Welcome to the Oracle Trivia! Test your knowledge about Oracle, the leading computer technology corporation that specializes in developing and marketing hardware systems and enterprise software products. Oracle was founded in 1977 and has since become one of the world's largest and most influential software vendors. With its cutting-edge technology and products, Oracle has had a huge impact on the IT industry. In this trivia, we'll challenge you on Oracle's history, products, and more-- can you ace it? Put your Oracle knowledge to the test and let's get started!
1) What does the Oracle DBA manage?
2) What is the output of the SQL query SELECT MAX(salary) from employees?
3) What is an Oracle instance
4) When using Oracle client software, what type of authentication is most often used?
5) What can be used to monitor the performance of an Oracle database?
6) What is a schema in Oracle?
7) What is the purpose of a transaction in Oracle?
8) What does the Oracle recovery manager (RMAN) do?
9) What is the Oracle data dictionary?
10) When creating an Oracle database, what is a tablespace?
11) What is an Oracle trigger?
12) What is the purpose of Oracle PL/SQL?
13) What is a database link in Oracle?
14) What does Oracle terminate with a DDL statement in a database?
15) What type of database is Oracle?
16) How can data be retrieved from an Oracle database?
17) What is Oracle Data Pump?
18) What does Oracle Linux offer?
19) What is an Oracle index?
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