Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations

Beginner
Free Course
1 weeks duration

Develop foundational knowledge of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Cloud Services.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations is a comprehensive course on Udacity that provides an overview of OCI architecture and its various components. The course covers topics such as Identity & Access Management, Networking, Compute, Storage, Database, Application Development, Observability & Management, Analytics and AI, Security, Hybrid Cloud, and Governance & Administration. Students will learn about the different services and features offered by OCI, including autonomous databases, object storage, network security groups, and monitoring services. The course also includes preparation for the OCI Foundations Associate Certification, with practice exam questions provided. Whether you are new to OCI or looking to enhance your skills, this course will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate and utilize Oracle Cloud Infrastructure effectively.

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