WSO2 Certification

WSO2 Certified Enterprise Integrator 6

Target Audience

This certification is designed for Developers who have a thorough knowledge of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator.

A WSO2 Certified Enterprise Integrator Developer should be able to:
  • Deliver a pre-sales pitch and lead a discussion using generic product concepts and features.
  • Deliver a standard pre-sales demos, POCs, and samples.
  • Understand a given business problem and evaluate the feasibility to use WSO2 products in the solution.
  • Deliver high-level solution and deployment architecture.

We recommend that candidates have at least three months of practical experience working on the product.

Exam Content

This exam is based on the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator 6.5 version.

Knowledge on standards and technologies related to the product, features of the product, deployment and configuration management, and extensions and customization of the product will be tested.

Candidates should have a working knowledge of:

  • Enterprise integration patterns
  • ESB profile architecture
  • Message mediation
  • Message builder/formatter
  • Connectors
  • Extending the ESB profile (handlers)
  • Tasks, inbound endpoints, proxy services, APIs
  • Transports
  • Integrating with other technologies
  • Web service/REST integration
  • Security
  • Deployment best practices
  • ESB profile clustering
  • Error handling, server debugging
  • Data services and data integration


Approximate % of Questions

Standards and Technology

The standards and technology used in WSO2 Enterprise Integrator such as EIP patterns, JMS support, and ESB architecture.



Features in WSO2 Enterprise Integrator such as message mediation, message builders and formatters, transports, tasks, integrations, and security.


Deployment and Configuration Management

Deployment and configuration management topics such as deployment best practices, custom mediators, clustering, and debugging.


Extensions and Customization

Extensions and customization topics such as connectors, handlers, and data integration.


Examination Format

Examination Format

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