I’m delighted to report that Oracle provides free access to online learning materials and certifications for a broad variety of Oracle Cloud technology customers and Oracle Autonomous Network customers. The system will kick off on Monday 30 March 2020 and will be accessible until 15 May 2020.
Beginning now, every person, including developers, technological experts, architects, teachers, and professors, can have fast and simple access to over 50 hours of online training and 6 qualification tests.
Oracle University can provide students with free access to a large collection of Oracle Cloud Platform and Oracle Autonomous Database resources, as well as information relating to subjects such as computer analytics, artificial learning, and multi-cloud settings such as Microsoft Azure integration.
Oracle is scaling up its initiatives to help develop up vital digital technology expertise required to move innovation forward. They think certifications help employees build in-demand talents, reduce processing times for client ventures, enhance their experience and progress their employment whilst enhancing overall job results.
Start practicing, and gain certification in three simple steps:
Step 1: Get a single-sign-on (SSO) account free of charge for Oracle. If you have an SSO, just skip Step 2 Press Hello.
- Logging in. (See right-hand corner of this page).
- Select “Form an account” and then fill in the fields needed.
- Account verification via mobile.
Step 2: Navigate learning paths by following the links below:
- Oracle Autonomous Database Specialist
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations Associate
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Cloud Operations Associate
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer Associate
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architect Associate
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architect Professional
Step3: Sign in and take your free qualification test. When you have an account on Pearson Value, sign in.
- If not, on the right side of the tab, click “Create a web account,” then obey directions.
It program draws on a previous statement by Oracle that software developers would be provided free training tools. For more information on Oracle University and other accessible classes.