Copado Fundamentals I Certification is designed for users who don’t have a lot of knowledge about Copado. This certification introduces you to Copado and how Copado integrates with your repository, and covers basic Copado features such as commits, deployments and promotions.

1. What is Copado?

Copado is an end to end dev-ops solution built natively on Salesforce. Copado helps customer manage every part of the development lifecycle.

Copado key features:

  • Version Control & Backup – Identify changes in every release, schedule backups of metadata, and quickly restore previous versions
  • Connect Any Org – Deploy metadata between any sandbox, production, testing, or scratch org—and connect git repositories
  • Continuous Integration & Automation –  Setup CI processes and deploy automatically on a schedule or by a webhook trigger
  • Team Collaboration & Sharing – Share changes with team members and ensure everyone is aligned with in-app chat and notifications

Copado supports dev-ops for:

  • Salesforce
  • Vlocity
  • Mulesoft
  • Heroku
  • Veeva
  • Ncino
  • Salesforce CPQ
  • Google Cloud
  • Cloudcraze
  • Clariti
  • Conga

2. About Copado Fundamentals I Certification Exam

  • Content: 30 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions
  • Time allotted to complete the exam: 60 minutes
  • Passing Score: 70% (21 Questions out of 30)
  • Prerequisites: none
  • Allowed Attempts: 2
  • Retake Registration fee: USD 250

Note: Copado’s Fundamentals I certification is an open book exam

3. Copado Fundamentals I Certification Exam Topics

TopicWeightage
What is Copado16%
Commit Changes36%
Branching Strategy13%
Promotion20%
Back Promotion15%

4. Important Topics for Copado Fundamentals I Certification Exam

4.1 What Is Copado – 16% (5 Questions)

  • Copado features
    • Agile Implementation – helps leverage Agile methodologies to compose your releases and plan your sprints. 
    • Quality Check – use the inbuilt set of quality and compliance features to implement quality checks right from the start of the development lifecycle
    • Integration with Git – implement seamless and effortless integration with Git.
    • Easily Customisable – Salesforce native app
  • Value Stream Maps enables you to visualize your entire team as a flow and easily identify bottlenecks in your DevOps process
  • Static Code Analysis is a type of quality check that allows you to analyze your code to find inefficiencies and detect common errors in the code. Code analysis can be performed using PMD, CodeScan, or SonarQube.
  • Copado Compliance Hub – allows you to scan all the metadata changes made in your environments in order to spot and identify security breaches
  • Copado Data Deploy – create point-and-click data templates with no technical knowledge in order to build relational queries
  • Pipelines – a unidirectional flow that defines the order in which changes will be migrated, starting with the development orgs and finishing in a production org
  • Standard Development Lifecycle vs. Development Lifecycle with Copado

4.2 Commit Changes – 36% (11 Questions) 

  • Credential: A credential is a connection between a user and a Salesforce environment. To work with Copado, you need to create a credential with your user in the org where Copado is installed. When creating a credential, the level of access is the same as the username used to authenticate the credential
  • User story: A user story is the smallest unit of work in an Agile framework. It’s an informal, general explanation of a software feature written from the perspective of the end-user or customer. In Copado, a user story is also used as a container object to develop, commit, promote, and deploy development work
  • Environment: An environment in Copado represents a Salesforce organization or instance of an application in other clouds such as Heroku or MuleSoft
  • Commit: A commit is a process used in Copado to link changes to a user story and record these changes in a Git repository. These committed changes will be later deployed to the different environments in your pipeline. Therefore, it is essential to commit just what you need
  • project is a container of your user stories
  • release lets you group user stories to promote them together and keep track of the version of changes that your application experiences after every deployment
  • pipeline is a list of connections defining a path in which components will move through the release management process. Whenever you work with user stories under a project linked to a pipeline, Copado will know the next environment where to deploy
  • Commit changes
  • Commit incremental changes
  • Commit full profiles

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