Oracle has announced two new solution-centric certifications for application developers who are interested in learning more about using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to build modern enterprise workloads and high-performance applications: Enterprise Workloads and HPC and Big Data Solutions.
With these two additions, Oracle now offers seven distinct certifications, categorized by roles and solutions, according to Rohit Rahi, senior director, product management, OCI, who announced the new certifications in an Oracle blog post.
According to Oracle, the certifications enable developers to showcase their technical skills, get recognized by peers and employers, advance their careers, and take on more leadership roles at work.
The Enterprise Workloads certification course covers the following concepts:
- Techniques for migrating databases
- Tools and solutions for migrating enterprise applications, such as WebLogic, E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel, and Hyperion
- Data warehouse and analytics solutions
In essence, this course helps participants learn how to design and deploy solutions for running enterprise workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The Enterprise Workloads certification exam assesses hands-on experience and knowledge required to design, migrate, and implement enterprise applications.
The HPC and Big Data Solutions certification course covers the following areas:
- Scale-out solutions
- High performance computing solutions
- Big data solutions and data services
This course allows participants to learn more about HPC and big data services and solutions on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The HPC and Big Data Solutions certification exam assesses hands-on experience and knowledge required to design, implement, and operate scale-out, HPC, and big data solutions on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Each certification exam is 85 minutes long, contains 55 questions, and is currently available in English only. Oracle has provided a number of resources to help developers get started:
To access the blog post by Rohit Rahi, go here.