Oracle Database 12c: Oracle Certified Master Upgrade (OCM) (D87071GC10)
An Oracle Certified Master is a top-level Oracle expert who has in depth technical knowledge of the Oracle data server and industry experience managing mission critical Oracle database systems and applications. An OCM is looked upon as an expert within their organization, amongst their peers and across the industry. It is important to keep your Oracle Certified Master certification up-to-date with the latest technology.
The OCM upgrade exam is conducted at designated Oracle University facilities in each global region.
Prerequisites for Registration
- 12c OCM Upgrade candidates must hold an Oracle Database 10g or Oracle Database 11g Administrator Certified Master (OCM) credential
- View the OCM Upgrade exam details, including minimum recommended skills.
- It is highly recommended that participants have a minimum of 3 – 4 years of Oracle database administrator experience
- OCM participants have to complete a series of skillsets and solve technical and failure problems within an Oracle Database 12c environment.
- Skillsets are timed and require a high degree of Oracle database knowledge with hands-on experience to successfully complete them.
Oracle Testing ID
You must provide your 9-character Oracle Testing ID to initiate the OCM exam. The Oracle Testing ID is the unique identifier associated with your Oracle exam history at Prometric and Pearson VUE. We strongly recommend that OCM candidates locate their Oracle Testing ID at least one week prior to their exam date. To set up a web account with Pearson VUE and confirm an Oracle Testing ID, visit http://www.pearsonvue.com/oracle
- Technical Consultant
- Database Administrators
- Advanced knowledge and use of Oracle Enterprise Server technology and features
- Proficiency in Oracle 12c SQL
- Working knowledge of LINUX commands
- Oracle Database 10g or Oracle Database 11g OCM Certification
- To test the participants with a series of skill sets and determine their ability to resolve technical problems within a live Oracle 12c database environment