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  • January 30, 2018

Advance Your Oracle Database Career and Save Money

Brandye Barrington
Sr. Program Manager

You have passed your SQL exam and created a strong foundation on which to begin building your Oracle Database career. What now? If you are looking for the next steps on your blueprint for a lasting career, look no further. This post will guide you on what to do next.

Continue building your career by earning the Oracle Database 12c R2 Administrator Certified Associate (OCA) certification. 

The Oracle Database 12cR2 Administration | 1Z0-072 exam is currently in beta for the deeply discounted price of $50USD. That's nearly $200USD off the regular price of an Oracle Certification Exam! This opportunity is only available for a limited time. Register now.

Earning an Oracle Database Administrator OCA certification exposes you to the fundamental concepts and skills DBAs need for daily operational management and maintenance. Earning this certification positions you to seamlessly move forward to the Oracle Certified Professional level when you're ready. 

While training is not required for this certification, the Oracle Database 12c R2: Install and Upgrade Workshop (coming soon) and the Oracle Database 12c R2: Administration Workshop courses from Oracle University, can propel you towards certification.

Visit pearsonvue.com/oracle and register for exam 1Z1-072. Get all preparation details, including exam objectives, number of questions, time allotments, and pricing on the Oracle Certification Website.

Be among the first to obtain this new Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) certification by registering for the beta exam today.



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