This page is about the skill Data Management, which is one of more than 40 technical skills you can assess on Alooba. The Data Management skill is a broad catch-all skill covering data wrangling, data governance, master data management, data pipelines etc. It involves showing an understanding of the process of preparing data in order to analyse it, how to push and pull data from different places, including basic concepts of APIs, scraping, importing/exporting data from databases, cleaning data, ELTs, ETLs etc.
The Data Management skill assesses knowledge of topics like Data Ingestion, Data Lakes, Data Pipelines, Data Storage, Data Sychronisation, Data Transformations, Design Patterns, ELTs/ETLs, Event Tracking, Feature Store, Matching Datasets & Scheduling Tasks.
Data Management is a commonly assessed skill for roles such as Data Engineer, SQL Developer, DBA and Data Governance Manager.
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So, if your role requires a candidate to know Data Management well, you can validate that with Alooba Assess.
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Data Management can be assessed through the Concepts & Knowledge test & Free Response test. The Free Response Test includes different answer options like written responses, video answers and diagram answers.
Yes, you can add your own Data Management questions via the question bank.
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