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Making the Most of Oracle Cloud Certifications

Posted On: October 25, 2018

Topics:: Cloud & Hosting Solutions,

ERP Application Management

2018-10_BijuBlogImageWhen it comes to Oracle cloud certifications, there are three broad categories says Oracle ACE Director Biju Thomas, who is also a Principal Solutions Architect at OneNeck. He recently discussed the categories and his insights on Oracle cloud certifications with Alan Earls of TechTarget noting that, “Within each category, you’ll find a variety of choices requiring an array of skill sets.”

Thomas, an author for several Oracle Database & SQL Certification Study Guides (published by Sybex & Wiley), believes in taking certification exams to learn new technologies. It is possible to upgrade your existing certifications to cloud certifications. In fact, when it comes to Oracle database certification levels, Thomas says Oracle Database OCA or OCP are required to earn the “Oracle Database Cloud Administrator Certified Associate” or “Oracle Database Cloud Certified Administrator” certifications. He adds, “There are also a few SaaS certifications, especially Enterprise Resource Planning, which helps one achieve the equivalent cloud certification.”

When it comes to navigating your options and selecting the Oracle certification best-suited for your interest and skillsets, Thomas recommends newbies take time to review the cloud tracks and tests. He says, “There are a ton of choices, so pay attention to the area of expertise you are interested in.”

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