Certification Exams take place at the end of each training course. Attending a course is not a requirement for attempting the course exam. However, course attendence as preparation is encouraged. If the Certification Exam is attempted immediately after the course, 87% of students pass the first time. Prices are "una tantum" (good for one time) and the certification never expires. If you'd like to be an Orient Technologies Consultant, certification is required.
For more information regarding training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the specific course you're interested in, a brief description of your use case, the attendees' skills, the requested location and availability time-frame.
|OrientDB Java Developer||Certifies that the user has deep knowledge of OrientDB concepts and is able to write Java applications that work against the Graph API.||Java Developer||£ 99 + VAT*|
|OrientDB Web Developer||Certifies that the user has deep knowledge of OrientDB concepts and is able to interact with the database via HTTP/REST API.||Web Developer||£ 99 + VAT*|
|OrientDB YODA||Certifies the user has very deep knowledge of OrientDB internals and fine tuning. The user can change the source code providing patches and improvements. All Orientdb committers are certified “YODA”.||Java Developer||£ 199 + VAT*|
|OrientDB DBA 1st Level||Certifies that the user has knowledge of OrientDB basics and is able to work with the database(s) as DBA using the Console and Web Studio.||DBA, System Administrator, Security expert||£ 199 + VAT*|
|OrientDB DBA 2nd Level||Certifies that the user has deep knowledge of OrientDB and is able to configure a cluster of nodes, backups, the spanning of multiple disks and can optimize common use cases. OrientDBA 1st level certification is a prerequisite to certifying at the OrientDBA 2nd level.||DBA, System Administrator, Security expert||£ 199 + VAT*|
* VAT 20% is applied only to individuals or companies based in the UK. In all other cases, VAT services are subject to the reverse charge. VAT to be accounted for by the recipient as per article 196 of Council Directive 2006/112/EC.