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Some people say the 12c is better. Others claim that 11g is the way to go. Here’s how to determine which Oracle cert to take. Let’s first take a look at the technologies and skills these certifications support.
Both databases are, well, databases. Microsoft and Oracle database administrators use a flavor of SQL. But there are a few big differences between the two — technically, functionally, and where you’ll find them.
Bart Castle’s latest AWS training focuses on securing your data using AWS. Learn how S3 plays a crucial role in keeping data locked down.
Oracle is the sweetheart of big corporations and government agencies, which should tell you something. But at heart, it’s like any other relational database operating on SQL. Oracle isn’t necessarily harder to learn than Microsoft Server — it’s just different.
This week, we took a wider look at the Ph.D. of Cisco certifications, including how many are there in the world, what it actually costs to earn the certification, and what happens after earning CCIE.
Find out everything you need to know about Microsoft’s MCSA certification. Learn about course requirements, salary information, exam costs and much more!
Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is an automatic backup system for Cisco systems. Learn how to set up standby groups, configure timers, read an HSRP MAC address, and enable interface tracking and preempt.
The CCIE is often considered the Ph.D. of Cisco certifications. It’s an amazing accomplishment, but there’s also the inevitable question — what do you do next? Here are a few things to do for career progression (and your sanity) once you’ve accomplished CCIE greatness.
There’s no doubt the CCIE is a difficult exam. There’s also no arguing that the CCIE is expensive. But, it’s also an investment. As with any investment, it’s important to know how much it costs in order to determine whether it’s worth pursuing.
The answer to this question isn’t quite as straightforward as one would think. The Cisco Hall of Fame is a good starting point. However, we took a deeper dive to find the most conclusive number of CCIEs in the world.