Oracle Certification Courses
Oracle Entry-Level Training
Like most entry-level database training, this Oracle training covers both Oracle database operations and SQL training. Both are equally important for new database administrators. Oracle SQL training at this level covers basic to advanced topics, including database schema, joins, merges, and queries. The Oracle database operations training portion covers how to plan, configure, and monitor Oracle databases. Learners should also expect to learn topics like managing storage space, user security, and the Oracle Database Cloud Service. These online oracle training courses prepare learners for job roles including data analyst, database administrator, database developer, and database designer.
- Oracle Database SQL Certified Associate - 1Z0-071 - Oracle Certification Training
Certification Course1 skill6 hrs 5 mins6 Virtual labs1 Practice exam
- Oracle Database 12cR2 Administration - 1Z0-072 - Oracle Training
Certification Course11 skills5 hrs 51 mins8 Virtual labs1 Practice exam
- Oracle Database 12c Administrator Certified Associate - 1Z0-071 - 1Z0-072 - Oracle Certification Training
Certification Course12 skills11 hrs 56 mins14 Virtual labs2 Practice exams
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Oracle is particularly popular among the largest companies in the world, but you’ll find Oracle databases in organizations of all sizes across industries. Oracle database administrators must know how to access and properly store data in Oracle databases, and also troubleshoot the database when problems arise.
While it may be convenient to think of Oracle database as a singular monolithic application, but it's really comprised of a bunch of different processes and servers and features. As an Oracle database administrator, you’ll need to know how they interact with each other, the users, and the network. Database administrators need to know how an Oracle database operates inside and out. This Oracle training offers a deep dive both into Oracle and Oracle’s flavor of SQL — Oracle SQL.
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