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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations Associate - what next

4234994
4234994 Member Posts: 1

Hi all,

I have previously been a DBA (99.99% SQL and a little bit of Oracle), SSIS developer and SQL developer.  On creation of the cloud exams for free - i thought it was worth a shot.

So i went through the training for "Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations Associate" and passed.  I am not sure if i have the skills to do any of the other exams.  I started the training for Autonomous database and it got into the code to set up Golden gate and that was beyond me.

Are any of the other exams suitable for a new user to Oracle?  I would like to take this opportunity to understand as much as a can.

Dan

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  • Prateek Konduru-Oracle
    Prateek Konduru-Oracle Member Posts: 4
    edited April 2020

    Hi Dan,

    Congrats on clearing the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations exam.

    Now that you are familiar with the cloud basics, I would recommend you to take up the OCI architect associate training. The architect training consists of more hands-on of concepts that you have studied for OCI Foundations.

    Prateek

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