The Salesforce Certified Technical Architect program is designed for technical architects who want to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and capabilities to assessing customer architecture; designing secure, high-performance technical solutions on the Force.com platform; communicating technical solutions and design tradeoffs effectively to business stakeholders; and providing a delivery framework that ensures quality and success. Here are examples of the concepts you should understand to pass the exam:
The Salesforce Certified Technical Architect program has three components: (1) self-evaluation, (2) multiple-choice exam, and (3) review board presentation. To earn the Salesforce Certified Technical Architect credential, you must successfully complete all three components in this order. Successful completion of each component is required to move on to the next step.
Recommend training, reference materials and full exam outlined in the Study Guide.
Registration for New York review boards for January 18-29 is now open. Please visit Webassessor to register. If all exam sessions are full, please check back periodically as cancellations will allow for additional registrations. Please see the schedule below for details.
The review board schedule for 2015/2016 is below. We will publish additional dates later in the year. We encourage candidates to attend the review board in person, however, we do provide the option to present remotely. For additional information Open a Case with the Salesforce.com Certification team.
|Additional Registration Opens||Review Board Dates||Location|
|CLOSED||October 5-16, 2015||New York|
|CLOSED||December 7-16, 2015||Japan*|
|OPEN||January 18-29, 2016||New York|
The samples below are representative of the questions on the Salesforce Certified Technical Architect exam, and are designed to help you become familiar with the types of questions on the exam. The actual exam questions may be more or less difficult than the questions below.
For more sample questions, click here for the Study Guide.
Universal Containers uses custom security tokens to allow employees to access internally hosted applications. The company would like to integrate with Salesforce, but does not want to change the existing security mechanism.
Which option should be considered?
(There are two correct answers)
The Answer is B,C.
Universal Containers is building an Order Management System (OMS) in Salesforce and designing the order entry data model, which will require multiple data lookup relationships. The company has decided to use a third normal form (3NF) data model.
Which performance impact should an architect communicate to Universal Containers related to this design?
The Answer is D.