You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
Earlier this year we reviewed SAP Press’ certification guide to the C_TS4FI_1511 and C_TS4FI_1610 exams. We’re happy to report that they’ve released another exam prep guide, and if you’re studying for certification with SAP Hana 2.0, you’ll want to read on.
What will you learn?
SAP Hana 2.0 Certification Guide: Application Associate Exam covers everything you’ll need to know to pass the C_HANAIMP_13 exam. There are a lot of changes with SAP Hana 2.0, and this book is up to date for all of them. Fourteen chapters long, the book begins with a look at SAP’s certification structure and supplemental learning materials, and then moves on to cover 12 key sections of the exam. Dive into concepts such as SQLScript, data provisioning, SAP Vora, SAP Hana XSA, and more.
But you won’t just get information about what’s on the test. You’ll become familiar with the structure of the test itself, and learn tips for answering questions that might stump you. Even more important, you’ll get access to hundreds of practice questions and answers that you might expect to find on the exam.
Here’s an example of just one of the questions the book covers:
Which of the following are reasons you should use Core Data Services (CDS) to create a schema? (There are 2 correct answers.)
- The database administrator might type the name wrong.
- The database administrator should not get those privileges in the production system.
- The focus is on the business requirements.
- The focus is on the database administration requirements.
Author Rudi de Louw has been helping prepare SAP Hana certification exams since their inception in 2010, so you can be confident that you’re getting real exam questions and thoughtful (and true) answers.
Here’s Rudi’s answer and explanation for the above question:
“Correct answers: B, C. You should use CDS to create a schema because the database administrator should not get those privileges in the production system, and the focus should be on the business requirements”
Who is this book for?
Anyone looking into the Hana certification will find this book extremely helpful. But more specifically, information modelers, developers, database administrators, architects, data integration and data provisioning specialists, report-writing professionals, data scientists, and technical performance tuning experts will all find useful content designed specifically for them.
In today’s competitive job market, certifications can be an invaluable addition to your resume, putting you a step above the rest. Anyone working with SAP Hana would be doing themselves a huge favor in getting certified. And SAP Press’ book is the best study material currently out there.