Number of questions: 60
Number of questions to pass: 36
Time allowed: 75 mins
The test consists of three sections containing a total of approximately 56 multiple-choice questions. The percentages after each section reflect the approximate distribution of the total question set across the sections.
Section 1 – Basic Awareness 8%
Describe service virtualization
Describe when to use service virtualization
Describe continuous integration
Explain service virtualization ROI
Section 2 – Rational Integration Tester 25%
Configure RIT and the Library Manager
Create and edit a project
Model the system under test
Generate a system model
Section 3 – Rational Test Virtualization Server 67%
Create and edit basic stubs
Publish and deploy stubs
Use HTTP stubs
Use tags and guards in stubs
Use parameterized stubs from recorded events
Use data driven stubs from MEP
Use input tags
Use database virtualization
Use data model stubs
Use stateful stubs
Green Hat session 3 Successfully Implementing SV in a project.mov
Integration Testing Learning Circle
Green Hat session 2 Introduction to Service Vitualization.mov
PartnerWorld Code: 38004501
Replaces PW Code: 38004501
This certification targets entry-level developers and testers.
This certification involves a stand-alone foundation level test. It is intended for developers and integration testers with distributed, message-based testing experience using IBM Rational Test Virtualization Server V8.0.
These Service Virtualization Engineers design, develop, debug, profile, and deploy virtual services against various middleware technologies. The certification will primarily focus on the applicability to IBM WebSphere MQ and web services environments.
To attain the IBM Certified Associate Developer – Rational Test Virtualization Server certification, candidates must pass 1 test.
Recommended Prerequisite Skills
Has taken the Introduction to Rational Integration Tester course
Has taken the Virtualization with Rational Test Virtualization Server course
Has practical experience in the field with both tools
Has exposure to and a good understanding of middleware messaging technologies