We provide free online learning courses to cope with our rapid growth – these scale better than instructor-led training. Our courses are short and to-the-point: Exasol doesn’t need extensive training because it’s easy to work with. It delivers outstanding performance with very low maintenance. Our database is designed to take care of itself to a large degree. That’s why each of our few courses can be completed within one day.
Exasol certification exams are charged with 150 Euro per attempt. We decided now to grant one free attempt per course. For you, that means you can get fully Exasol certified for free – if you prepare well for the exams.
Good luck with that, we love to see you succeed 🙂
Some feedback we got from attendees:
“I liked the training very much. It was clearly structured, easy to follow and very interesting. I liked the quizzes and hands-on. Very good job.”
“With over 9 years of experience in Oracle technologies, Exasol was quite new for me but the precise course content and availability of Community Edition of Exasol made learning smooth.”
“Thank you #Exasol for offering free high-quality courses!”
“It was insightful to go deep into Exasol database architecture and perceive what makes Exasol world’s fastest analytics database. Kudos to the Exacademy team for awesome training content.”
“Thank you Exasol for offering this great (free!) training experience!”
“I enjoyed exploring distributed in-memory database Exasol. I liked comprehensive auto-tuning features those reduces maintenance hassles and let you focus on Analytics. It was a great learning experience, and I got the chance to sharpen distributed design skills and pick up a few new ones along the way.”
“Did Exasol Certified Associate!!! Great Experience… Thanks Exasol!”
“Successfully completed ‘Exasol 6 Certified Professional Administrator’. Proud to be an Exasol Certified Professional!! It was a great learning journey.”
“This time, I was learning about #Exasol – the high-performance, cloud-first analytics database. Why? Well, got the idea from my colleague, who did it first, and I thought – why not… it’s an opportunity to learn something new! It was fun learning, going through the nice material and especially doing the hands-on labs.”