This Skills Test is designed to empower employers to evaluate their employee's and candidate’s IBM DataPower expertise effectively. These tests can be customized for various positions, including DataPower Administrator, Integration Architect, and others.
It is a system gateway that gives enterprises greater control over their business channels, including security, integration, optimized access, and workload management. In addition, it offers capabilities for handling XML, JSON, Application Programming Interfaces (API), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), cloud, data transformation, routing, and policy enforcement.
Why use iMocha’s DataPower skills test?
Using our customizable Skills Tests, hiring managers and talent professionals can quickly assess the proficiency of job-ready candidates. It also enables employers to test the technical skills of their employees, including knowledge of XML and JSON transformation, gateway deployment, integration capabilities, security protocols, and more.
With ready-to-use modules, these tests can also help with skills benchmarking, identify skills gaps, and improve interview to selection ratio by 70%.
The test helps assess candidates and employees based on various skills, such as:
Companies can leverage these tests to benchmark employee and potential hires based on skills, knowledge, and expertise using the IBM DataPower assessment. It can even provide insights into areas of development, ensuring a secure and reliable evaluation.
When it comes to understanding the DataPower skills of an employee, the tests need to be customized based on the role, expertise required, and seniority. For example, DataPower Administrators are tested for their understanding of DataPower management and security protocols. L&D managers and recruiters can use this test on the iMocha platform to customize it per their needs to ensure adequate screening.
The most common questions that can be asked when interviewing developers or administrators include the following:
When hiring for a developer or administrator, look out for these technical and non-technical skills: