Red Hat Certifications:
JBoss Certified Developer in PersistenceTM
Red Hat is pleased to announce a new addition to its line of performance-based certifications — JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence. The new JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence has demonstrated the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to use the Java™ Persistence API (JPA) with Hibernate® to create, modify, and maintain persistent objects in business applications. As with all of Red Hat certification exams, the JBCD - Persistence Exam (EX297) continues the practice of evaluating knowledge and skills through hands-on, lab-based exam.
About the Certification
The JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence credential demonstrates an individual's readiness for the real-world tasks associated with using the Java Persistence API with Hibernate. The JPA is a Java programming language framework for managing relational data, and Hibernate is a high-performance object-relational persistence and query service that implements the JPA. JPA with Hibernate allows application developers to create, modify, and extend applications more efficiently by developing persistent classes in an object-oriented idiom, speeding up development and maintenance time and providing more long-term flexibility in the applications underlying infrastructure.
A JBoss Certified Developer in Persistence is able to perform the following tasks:
- Configure JPA/Hibernate
- Map Java objects to relational tables
- Map object associations to relationships
- Manage transactions
- Create and retrieve persistent objects
- Manipulate persistent objects
All JBCD certifications have a 'current' window for 3 calendar years. See re-certification policies for more information.
About the JBCD - Persistence Exam
The JBCD - Persistence exam tests whether candidates are ready for the real-world responsibilities of creating and maintaining Java applications that use the Java Persistence API (JPA) with Hibernate. Learn more about the JBCD — Persistence Exam.