Below are the self study approach to start learning oracle OCI…
Study Guide for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2018 Architect Associate | 1Z0-932
Chapter 1 Identity and Access Management (IAM) 10%
1.1 Apply core Identity and Access Management components
Users, groups and policies, instance principals and dynamic groups
1.2 Explain resource locations
IAM resource component
1.3 Design federation with various identity providers
ADFS, IDCS, SAML
Active Directory Federation Services
Oracle Identity Cloud Service
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard protocol for web browser Single Sign-On (SSO) using secure tokens.
1.4 Apply IAM, governance, and security best practices
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Identity and Access Management FAQ
Chapter 2 Networking 30%
2.1 Apply design concepts related to VCN components
Including subnets, route tables, security lists,and DNS options
2.2 Describe Public and Private IP addresses and virtual NICs
Reserved Public and Private IP
2.3 Apply VCN connectivity options
Internet gateway, remote peering connections,and local peering gateways, NAT and service gateway
2.4 Understand remote network connectivity
VPN and FastConnect using Dynamic Routing Gateway (DRG), connecting to on-premises
2.5 Apply OCI Load Balancer concepts
Listeners, backend sets, health checks, public and private load balancers, high availability design practices
2.6 Understand OCI Edge services
DNS service and internet intelligence
2.7 Apply OCI networking best practices
Load balancing, VCN peering, VPN, FastConnect, fault tolerance
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure VCN – FAQ
Chapter 3 Compute 15%
3.1 Understand compute and sizing
Best practices, available OCI shapes, network bandwidth, SLA, NVMe, performance
3.2 Troubleshoot options using console connections and boot volume
Console connection options and boot volume management
3.3 Architect High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions
Fault domain, availability domains, cross regions
3.4 Describe image options
Oracle provided, customer provided, custom images, BYOI
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute FAQ
Chapter 4 Storage 20%
4.1 Understand OCI Storage options
Storage best practices, storage performance metrics, block volumes, object storage, file storage service
4.2 Designing storage solutions for applications and database
Based on use case, performance, scalability
Chapter 5 Database 25%
5.1 Describe OCI Database options
Best practices, sizing, Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP), Database
Systems, Autonomous Data Warehouse(ADW)
5.2 Explain OCI Database Operations
Backup/restore, patching and Migration, Data Loading for ATP and ADW
5.3 Architect HA and DR solutions
RAC, Data Guard
5.4 Managing Autonomous Database
Training by Deepak Brahmbhatt
Finally I cleared the exam 🙂
I have provided enough information about the OTN Yathra, In my previous artical “about-otnyatha”
In this artical I have decided to sharing my experiences about the sessions which i have been attended.
I have choose the Mumbai location because it is near to Ahmedabad.
I had attended below sessions at OTN Yathra 2017 @Mumbai organized by AIOUG / OUAG
1.) “High Performance Database in Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services” by Vivek Sharma
This session was mainly focus on Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services offering and options by Oracle.
2.) “Oracle and Docker – Everything you want to know to run your workload in docker container” by Umesh Tanna
I was really impress by Umesh, the way he is explaining the docker and oracle offering was quite good.
3.) Oracle GoldenGate – IRCTC by Veeratteshwaran
This session has change my perception about the replication technology.
4.) Building Private Cloud with Open Infrastructure by Nitin Gupta
This is the best session that actually I’m interested to know what is offering and differce option of oracle in Open Infrastructure.
5.) 12 things DBA’s will love about 12.2 by Connor McDonald
I’m feeling lucky that i choose this session because Connor is great presentation skills and sharing his experience with different examples
These all sessions were really helpful and it’s help me lots to to fill with new angle of thinking amount the upcoming technologies
I’m really greatfull to all the volunteers of AIOUG and specific to Mumbai Local Chepter volunteers who had nicely organized this event.
I’m also thankful to all the sponsors.
If you have any quesions or queries please comment here, I’m happy to share my own views and experiences about these new technologies.
Happy Learning …
Amazon Relational Database Service
The basic building block of Amazon RDS is the DB instance. A DB instance is an isolated database environment in the cloud. A DB instance can contain multiple user-created databases, and you can access it by using the same tools and applications that you use with a stand-alone database instance. You can create and modify a DB instance by using the Amazon RDS command line interface, the Amazon RDS API, or the AWS Management Console.