CERTIFIED CLOUD DATABASE PROFESSIONAL
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CERTIFIED CLOUD DATABASE PROFESSIONAL
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Overview

It is time for companies of all sizes and IT developers to switch to new data management alternatives to migrate from traditional methods to cloud platform for ease of access and reliability. The 12C version of Oracle is an innovative cloud database that gives you all the flexibility you need. No matter you wish to develop a new application or migrate your existing data to cloud, oracle does all this for you with assured compatibility and security irrespective of which deployment option you choose. CCDBP certification logo on your resume boosts you with utmost confidence that you are the right resource for any employer.

Target Audience

Certified Cloud Database Professional certification is best suited for database developers (programmers) who design and build databases

Exam Information

The exam comprises of 50 Multiple Choice Questions out of which the candidate needs to score 70% (35 correct out of 50 Questions) to pass the exam. The total duration of the exam is 1 hour (60 Minutes). Exams are online and can be taken anywhere anytime. All you need is a reliable internet connection. The exam is conducted in a closed book manner. No external sources of information may be accessed during the exam. The certification is valid for life and does not require renewal.

Repeat attempt policy

If a candidate does not pass the exam in the first attempt, the candidate must wait for a period of at least fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of the attempt to retake the exam for second (2nd) time or any subsequent time. The exam can be taken any number of times.

Pre-requisites

Good exposure to earlier versions of any database is an added advantage.

Exam Topics

Course Contents:

Section 1INTRODUCTION
Section 2RETRIEVING DATA USING THE SQL SELECT STATEMENT
Section 3RESTRICTING AND SORTING DATA
Section 4USING SINGLE-ROW FUNCTIONS TO CUSTOMIZE OUTPUT
Section 5USING CONVERSION FUNCTIONS AND CONDITIONAL EXPRESSIONS
Section 6REPORTING AGGREGATED DATA USING THE GROUP FUNCTIONS
Section 7DISPLAYING DATA FROM MULTIPLE TABLES USING JOINS
Section 8USING SUB QUERIES TO SOLVE QUERIES
Section 9MANAGING TABLES USING DML STATEMENTS
Section 10INTRODUCTION TO DATA DEFINITION LANGUAGE