Informatica PowerCenter Data Integration 10 Developer, Professional Certification

So, I’m trying to put some study together in order to get Powercenter Data Integration certified. I have done some searching in the past and Informatica documentation is not like Microsoft’s one, it looks like a bit more complicated.

Link: https://now.informatica.com/PowerCenter-Data-Integration-10-Developer-Professional-Certification.html

Note: here’s a guide on Informatica Powercenter first steps, including installation. https://powerbixpert.com/tag/powercenter/

Test Topics

Here are all the test topics layered in the official website. I will see if I can get a post on each of them.

Basic Mapping Design

Optimal Mapping Design

Parameters and Variables

  • Variable Assignment
  • Parameter Files

Expression syntax

  • Transformation Functions

Troubleshooting

  • Practical Experience
  • PowerCenter Workflow Monitor
  • Log Management

Workflows and Worklets

  • Workflows
  • Worklets
  • Workflow Tasks

Architecture

  • Domain and Node Architecture
  • Informatica PowerCenter Commands

More Information

The test is comprised of 70 questions, that you need to answer in 90 minutes and a score of 70% is needed to pass.

  • Multiple choice, Multiple response and True/False questions are presented.
  • If you book a test and you fail you can re-take it after 2 weeks. All tests grants a re-test, if needed.
  • There is a forum/community where people can share knowledge: https://network.informatica.com/s/

How much does it cost?

At the writing of this post the fee would be R$ 1.160,00, approximately 215 Euros.

Publicado por Pedro Carvalho

Apaixonado por análise de dados e Power BI

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