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Tableau Server Certified Professional

This exam is being officially retired on July, 31 2021. 

The Tableau Server Certified Professional exam is being officially retired on July, 31 2021. While we will no longer be issuing new titles for this exam, Tableau will continue to endorse, support and promote existing Tableau Server Certified Professional titles through their full duration. See our FAQ for more details.  

Exam Details

This exam is for those who have a comprehensive understanding of Tableau Server functionality in a singlemachine and enterprise configuration. You should have at least nine months of hands-on Tableau Server experience. Typical roles include System Administrator, System Architect, IT Representative, Implementer or Consultant. Be sure to review the full Server Certified Professional Exam Prep Guide before registering.


To be eligible to take this exam, you must be an active Tableau Server Certified Associate. Everyone learns differently and every day use of Tableau varies. Recommendations for learning resources and experience with the product are guidelines, not requirements.

Learning Resources

The best preparation is experience and time with the product. During the exam, you will have access to public, online resources aside from private websites that require a login or websites & applications allowing for communication with others. We also encourage you to complete the following training course which is available as a live virtual course:

Server Architecture

We also recommend exploring these additional resources:


Exam Format

  • Time Limit: 7 hours
  • Question Format: Application mastery: hands-on, short essay
  • Grading: By committee
  • Passing Score: Pass/Fail based on a detailed scoring rubric and Tableau Server best practices
  • Language(s) Offered: English
  • Delivery Platform: In-person delivery only with Windows Virtual Machines

For more information, download the full Server Certified Professional Exam Prep Guide.


This exam is being officially retired on July 31, 2021. See our FAQ for more details.