Oracle India Interview Experience : Cloud Analyst(Selected)
The recruiter connected with me based on my Naukri.com profile. The profile was for Cloud Analyst at Oracle India. I strongly recommend having an updated profile on both Naukri.com & LinkedIn if looking actively for a job change
We had a telephonic discussion where she was kind enough to answer all my queries related to the profile. Further, she shared the JD and we proceeded with the application
ROUND 1: TECHNICAL INTERVIEW
The interview was scheduled via zoom call. After my introduction and understanding of my existing developer profile, the interviewer questioned me on some technical challenges I faced and resolved previously. Then I was asked two questions on DSA & ALGO(only the brute force & optimal approach)
Since my work expertise was on Java, I was asked some of the frequently visited java queries :
- Usage of StringBuilder vs StringBuffer
- Features of Java8: Lambda functions, functional interface
- The background behind the usage of Annotations
- Comparator vs Comparable
- A sample program on multi-threading concepts & synchronize functions
- Spring Container & annotations.
ROUND 2: TECHNO-MANAGERIAL ROUND
It was scheduled on the same day as tech interview 1. The interviewers were from the leadership team and were sound in Cloud-Based Architecture. After my detailed introduction & work experience discussion, we jumped on Cloud concepts. I was asked to provide AWS Cloud solutions for 2–3 case studies (AWS was my preferred cloud knowledge domain). Apart from AWS, questions were also from oracle cloud-native services. Also, they asked me questions on my tech skills mentioned and each project I worked on. Another interviewer questioned me on the geeks for geeks articles I wrote. From the tech point of view, you can expect questions on React/Java/Cloud/System Design
Managerial part: Panel described to me the role & common challenges faced. They were keen to understand if I was willing to move from AWS cloud to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, and how will I re-skill myself. We had a similar discussion for the next 10–15 mins.
After the interviews, the result was communicated to me through email. I had a clear discussion about my preferences, expected salary & notice period. After two weeks I received the final offer letter.
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