This post gives you the Roadmap of preparing for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect Associate exam (1Z0-932)
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The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect Associate exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation knowledge in architecting infrastructure using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. This certification validates a deep understanding of OCI services to spin up an infrastructure, such as identity and access management, VCN, Compute, Storage, and Databases. Up-to-date OCI training and hands-on experience are recommended. This certification is available to all professionals.
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- Certification Name: 1Z0-932 – Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2018 Architect
- Target Audience: Professionals responsible for designing infrastructure
solutions using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services
- Platform: Available on Oracle University and delivered via Pearson VUE
- Exam Duration: 105 minutes
- Exam Cost: $245 (25% discount on this list price if you are OPN (Oracle
Partner Network) and have the OPN number with you while registering for the
This exam is revised regularly to align with training and service release updates. The percentage provides the percentage of items of this objective that are found in the exam.
1.Getting Started with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) -> 3%
1.1 Describe the key features and components of OCI 2%1.2 Explain OCI concepts and terminology->2%
2 Working with the Identity and Access Management (IAM) Service ->8%
2.1 Understand IAM concepts->3%
2.2 Explain resource locations ->2%
2.3 Create compartments, users, groups, and policies-> 2%
2.4 Locate and view resource identifiers-> 2%
3 Creating a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN)->8%
3.1 Explain networking concepts and terminology-> 2%
3.2 Describe a VCN and its components ->3%
3.3 Create a VCN in OCI-> 3%
4 Launching Bare Metal and Virtual Compute Instances ->7%
4.1 Describe the components of Compute service, including shapes, images, and
custom images ->3%
4.2 Create and manage a Compute Virtual Machine (VM) instance ->3%
5 Creating and Managing Block Storage Volumes-> 5%
5.1 Explain the difference between block storage and object storage ->2%
5.2 Use and manage block storage volumes ->3%
6 Creating and Managing Object Storage ->3%
6.1 Describe the features and components of object storage-> 2%
6.2 Create and manage buckets and objects ->2%
7 Instantiating a Load Balancer-> 7%
7.1 Discuss Load Balancer terminology and concepts ->3%
7.2 Set up a Load Balancer-> 3%
8 Setting Up a Domain Name System (DNS)-> 5%
8.1 Discuss DNS concepts ->2%
8.2 Describe the features and benefits of setting up DNS in OCI ->2%
8.3 Create and manage DNS records ->2%
9 Launching a Database Instance ->7%
9.1 Describe the features, benefits, and use cases of the Database service ->3%
9.2 Create and manage a Database instance ->3%
10 Advanced Database-> 8%
10.1 Use advanced database features, such as Dataguard, BYOL, Data encryption,
RAC, and EXADATA ->5%
10.2 Migrate Database to Cloud-> 3%
11 Advanced Networking Concepts ->7%
11.1 Manage your cloud network components, such as Virtual Private Network (VPN),
Fast Connect, Multiple vNICs, and IP addresses ->3%
11.2 Evaluate the different options of connecting to the Internet ->3%
12 Automation Tools ->8%
12.1 Use Terraform, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI, and CHEF-> 3%
12.2 Configure Terraform, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI, and CHEF ->5%
13 Advanced Identity and Access Management (IAM) ->3%
13.1 Design federation with various identity providers-> 2%
13.2 Create instance principals with Dynamic Groups (DG)-> 2%
14 Architecting Best Practices ->12%
14.1 Architect High Availability (HA) using OCI ->5%
14.2 Architect Disaster Recovery (DR) using OCI-> 2%
14.3 Design for Security using OCI-> 3%
14.4 Identify use cases for OCI, OCIC, and Cloud at Customer (C@C) ->2%
15 File System Storage-> 5%
15.1 Explain the File Storage Service ->2%
15.2 Create, configure and mount a File Storage Service ->2%
15.3 Create and use Snapshot ->2%
16 Data Transfer Service ->3%
16.1 Describe the Data transfer service ->2%
16.2 Create Transfer Job, Transfer Device and Transfer package-> 2%
Exam Registration Process
Make certain that you have a login for Oracle exams delivered through Pearson VUE. To create
a login, go to www.pearsonvue.com/oracle.
To register for the certification exam:
• Go to Pearson VUE.
• Select Sign In under Oracle on the top right.
• Use your Pearson VUE account to log in.
• Select the Proctored Exam.
• Type 1Z0-932: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2018 Architect Associate and select Go.
• Select how you want to take the exam and follow the prompts
When you are ready to take your exam, please register with Pearson VUE.
Note: that it can take multiple weeks to sit for an exam, so be certain that you register for the exam multiple weeks
prior to when you plan to take the exam.
After you have taken your exam, you can view your results by visiting CertView.
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