TALEND certification exams measure the skills of candidates in order to ensure they have the knowledge to successfully implement quality projects. Preparation is critical to passing.
Certification Exam Details
Exam content is updated over time. The number and difficulty of questions may change. The passing score is adjusted to maintain a consistent standard – for example, a new exam version with more difficult questions may have a lower passing score.
These details are provided as a guideline only:
- Approximate number of questions: 60
- Estimated exam duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Types of questions:
- Multiple choice
- Multiple response
- True/false formats
- Matching concepts with definitions
- Sortable Drag and Drop questions
Experience with Talend Data Integration 6.x and Talend Studio including: creating Jobs; creating Metadata; transforming data; joining data sources; using context variables; handling errors; working with web services; configuration and troubleshooting; and exposure to Talend Administration Center.
To prepare for the certification exam, we recommend the following
- Attend the Data Integration Basics and Data Integration Advanced training courses
- Study in detail the training material
- Acquire experience using the product for at least 6 months
- Read the product documentation
Certification Exam Topics
Defining and using context variables
Transforming and cleansing data
Documenting Business Models
Creating and using an SVN connection
Running a Job remotely
Monitoring Job execution
- In the Studio, where can you browse to find the components you need to create your job?
- Select the procedure to create a new job:
- How can you change the name of a component, in the Component view?
- How do you see a configuration error message for a component?
- How do you join two input columns in the tMap configuration window?
Choose all that apply.
a. In the Repository
b. In the Run view
c. In the Designer view
d. In the Palette
a. In the Repository, right-click Job Designs and then click Create Standard Job
b. Right-click in the Designer view and the click Create Job
c. In the Repository, right-click Contexts and then click Create Jobs
d. In the File menu, click New... and then click New Job
a. In the Basic settings tab, enter the name in the Name box
b. In the Advanced settings, enter the name in the Label box
c. In the Documentation tab, enter the name in the Label box
d. In the View tab, enter the name in the Label format box
a. Right-click the component and then click "Show Problems"
b. Place the mouse pointer over the error symbol in the Designer view
c. From the Errors view
d. From the Jobs view
a. Drag a column from one input table to a column in another input table
b. Right-click one column in the input table, and then click Join
c. Select two columns in two distinct input tables, right-click and then click Join
d. Select two columns in two distinct input tables and then drag them to the output table