Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has ~100 services and it can be difficult for architects to identify how services map between OCI and other cloud vendors. In this session, you will learn Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) fundamentals and its mapping to Azure services. We’ll cover key concepts, core service comparisons including identity, compute, storage, networking and databases and OCI differentiators. After this session, you will get a good understanding of OCI services and how to map architectures from Azure to OCI.
Our featured guest is Rohit Rahi, Senior Director, OCI Competitive Intelligence team.
This Oracle infrastructure and Azure session will cover:
- OCI Fundamentals
- Service comparisons to Azure:
- OCI Identity
- OCI Compute services
- OCI Storage services
- OCI Networking services
- OCI Database services
- Higher-layer services
- OCI differentiators
Dia 04 de Novembro de 2020 o GUOB Webinar terá o Webinar OCI – AMBIENTE DR COM O MESMO IP com Diego Mariano, as 20:00h BRT.
Como participar? Basta se ligar no canal do GUOB no youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GUOBOficial
Not long ago the was a program by Oracle which gave access to PCI training and certification for free. As several people still wanted to take their chance on the exams, there were an extension on with more openings. I blogged about it here
During the last days studying for the OCI free certifications. Well, let´s say that I procrastinated a bit and along with moving countries with my family, COVID the lockdown and all that comes with it, I managed to pass on 5 out of the 6 OCI certifications that are available, I did not enroll on the Dev one once I knew that Kubernetes and OCI Functions were the type of beast that I was not planning to tackle.
Here are they in order:
And yes I did the Architect Professional prior the Architect Associate, let´s call a miss on schedule from my part – to say the least.
I did all video trainings and some more than one time and read a lot of the documentation. Also asked to collegues and peers how the exams were as soon as I saw they passed in the exams that I was aamin to.
While not working with cloud nor with OCI every day I knew that I needed to put a few extra hours but it not that big of a deal. so if you dont work with cloud and want to get in the game, you sure can do it. Oracle has the free trial and the always free tier that you can levarage from. Mine expired in the middle of the studing so I needed to get creative with the demos that are avaliable and on the last day prior my last exam I was able to get access to my corp´s tenancy (thanks a lot guys) to resolve some cases which I still needed.
The demos from the trainings are not 100% specialy on the Database service side. I was expecting more, there are great demos from Rohit Rahi and Flávio Pereira and others. So I strong recommand that you follow along. My tip goes to increasing the video speed to 1.5x That really helped my to get focus and to move a bit faster to get all done prior each exam.
My scores ranged from 74% upt to 92% and in my opnion the Architect Associate was the most dificult due its questions type not the content it self. As most of the questions were specific to OCI features and services and not related to desing, some trick questions- To me these make the exams less enjoyable. I had no OCI CLI questions which I though It would be also covered.
I would like to thank my family to put up with me for the last week of testing and to Oracle and Oracle Cloud teams which providded the trainings and the exams vouchers.
Porto Alegre and region, stay sharp: Free event promoted by GUORS/GUOB, Oracle and Aggrandize, next 21th and 22th at PUCRS!
First day is addressed to Academic and Second one for Companies/Market.
See you there!
Hi all, this one is a quick one 🙂
I’m starting the Oracle Cloud journey, a bit late but still have time right?
The Oracle cloud has being improving and adding new features lately.
To get started on it, you can, as I am :-), watching these youtube series
Hope it helps on the your Oracle cloud journey!