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SnowPro Core Certification COF-C01 Exam Dumps

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SnowPro Core Certification COF-C01 Exam Dumps

SnowPro Core Certification(COF-C01)Exam

The SnowPro Core Certification demonstrates an individual's knowledge to apply specific core expertise implementing and migrating to Snowflake. A SnowPro Core Certified individual has a thorough understanding of Snowflake as a cloud data warehouse and has the knowledge necessary to design, develop and manage secure, scalable Snowflake solutions to drive business objectives. This exam covers Snowflake principles and best practices including: Data Loading/Unloading, Performance and Concurrency, Scaling, Security, Data types, Connectors, and Account Management.

SnowPro Core Exam Information

Total Number of Questions: 100
Question Types: Multiple Select, Multiple Choice, True/False
Time Limit: 115 minutes
Languages: English & Japanese
Registration Fee: $175 USD
Passing Score: 750 + Scaled Scoring from 0 - 1000
Unscored Content: Exams may include unscored items to gather statistical information. These items are not identified on the form and do not affect your score, and additional time is factored in to account for this content.
No Prerequisites
Delivery Options:Online Proctoring/Onsite Testing Centers

SnowPro Core Exam Objectives

1.0 Domain: Account and Security

1.1 Explain how to manage Snowflake accounts.
1.2 Outline security principles.
1.3 Define the entities and roles that are used in Snowflake.
1.4 Explain the Security capabilities associated with each Snowflake edition.
1.5 Outline Data Governance capabilities in Snowflake

2.0 Domain: Virtual Warehouses

2.1 Outline compute principles.
2.2 Explain Virtual Warehouse best practices.

3.0 Domain: Data Movement

3.1 Outline different commands used to load data and when they should be used.
3.2 Define bulk as compared to continuous data loading methods.
3.3 Define best practices that should be considered when loading data.
3.4 Outline how data can be unloaded from Snowflake to either local storage or cloud storage locations.
3.5 Explain how to work and load semi-structured data.

4.0 Domain: Performance Management

4.1 Outline best practices for Snowflake performance management on storage.
4.2 Outline best practices for Snowflake performance management on virtual warehouses.

5.0 Domain: Snowflake Overview & Architecture

5.1 Outline key components of Snowflake's Cloud data platform.
5.2 Outline Snowflake data sharing capabilities.
5.3 Explain how Snowflake is different compared to legacy warehouse solutions.
5.4 Outline the different editions that are available, and the functionality associated with each edition.
5.5 Identify Snowflake's Partner Ecosystem
5.6 Outline and define the purpose of Snowflake's three distinct layers.
5.7 Outline Snowflake's catalog and objects.

6.0 Domain: Storage and Protection

6.1 Outline Snowflake Storage concepts.
6.2 Outline Continuous Data Protection with Snowflake.

Share SnowPro Core Certification COF-C01 Sample Questions

What are two ways to create and manage Data Shares in Snowflake? (Choose two.)
A.Via the Snowflake Web Interface (Ul)
B.Via the data_share=true parameter
C.Via SQL commands
D.Via Virtual Warehouses
Answer : A, C

Which statement best describes Snowflake tables?
A. Snowflake tables are logical representations of underlying physical data
B. Snowflake tables ate the physical instantiation of data loaded Into Snowflake
C. Snowflake tables require that clustering keys be defined to perform optimally
D. Snowflake tables are owned by a user
Answer: A

Which of the following statements are true of Snowflake releases: (Choose two.)
A.They happen approximately weekly
B.They roll up and release approximately monthly, but customers can request early release application
C.During a release, new customer requests/queries/connections transparently move over to the newer version
D.A customer is assigned a 30 minute window (that can be moved anytime within a week) during which the system will be unavailable and customer is upgraded
Answer : C, D

Which of the following statements is true of Snowflake?
A. It was built specifically for the cloud
B. It was built as an on-premises solution and then ported to the cloud
C. It was designed as a hybrid database to allow customers to store data either on premises or in the cloud
D. It was built for Hadoop architecture
E. It's based on an Oracle Architecture
Answer: A

What is the recommended method for loading data into Snowflake?
A. Load row by row
B. Load data in batch
C. Load data by writing it In the Snowflake Web Interface (UI)
D. Load data via frequent, angle row DML's
Answer: B

Which are true of Snowflake roles?
A. All grants to objects are given to roles, and never to users
B. In order to do DML/DOL, a user needs to have selected a single role that has that specific access to the object and operation
C. The public role controls at other roles
D. Roles are a subset of users and users own objects In Snowflake
Answer: A,B

Which of the following are main sections of the top navigation of the Snowflake web Interface (UI)?
A. Database
B. Tables
C. Warehouses
D. Worksheets
Answer: A,C,D

What are the three layers that make up Snowflake’s architecture? Choose 3 answer
A. Compute
B. Tri-Secret Secure
C. Storage
D. Cloud Services
Answer: A,C,D

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