Advanced Tester Certification – Test Analyst
Prepare for the ISTQB Advanced Tester Certification for test analysts
Course Code : 1750
The Ansible Configuration Management Boot Camp discusses the flexibility and power of the Ansible configuration management system. It demonstrates how to use this system to build and scale highly reliable infrastructure for different environments and projects. The course discusses real-world examples to explain how Ansible can be used to manage environments as small as a couple of servers to massively distributed global infrastructure, by using a simple syntax. The course enables participants to have a thorough understanding and intensive hands-on experience of building reliable and easily reproducible infrastructure using Ansible, and teaches how to integrate Ansible into the operations workflow.
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The Advanced Tester certification is ideal for individuals who want to gain a deeper, advanced-level competency in test methodologies and approaches. The certification enables participants to further their existing skills and knowledge to increase test plan and execution proficiency while also providing the necessary qualification for expert-level certifications in test management and test processes.
After completing the prep course, participants need to appear for the ISQTB certification examination, which are organized consistently worldwide. The exam details are as below –
|Exam Name||ISQTB Advanced Tester Certification – Test Analyst|
|Number of questions||60|
|Exam duration in native language||180 minutes|
|Exam duration in non-native language||225 minutes|
|Exam format|| Multiple choice questions, where each question lists a problem and the options are a list of suggested solutions for the problem. It can be a single answer or multiple answer questions.|
The exam would also involve participants to consider a scenario and answer several questions based on it.
|Total exam score||120 (each question could be awarded 1, 2 or 3 marks depending on their difficulty|
|Passing score||Minimum 78 marks|