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Exam Name – GCP Compute Assessment.
Total Questions and Time Limit – 30 Questions and there is no time limit.
(A) The infrastructure-centric solution
(B) The platform-centric solution
(C) The serverless logic solution
(D) In the middle (cluster)
(A) A container is a fully managed database service.
(B) A container imitates a computer.
(C) A container answers queries of very large datasets.
(D) A container makes it easier for teams to package, manage, and ship their code.
(A) Kubernetes Engine is a managed environment for deploying containerized apps.
(B) Kubernetes Engine is a solution meant to help organizations achieve zero ops.
(C) Kubernetes Engine provides practically unlimited computing power using virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud.
(D) Kubernetes Engine is built on the closed-source Kubernetes system, making it easy to orchestrate container clusters or groups of containers.
(A) Cloud Functions lets organizations that really value time to market build apps quickly.
(B) Cloud Functions lets organizations deploy and maintain a fleet of VMs through a series of containers.
(C) Cloud Functions lets organizations make changes to the kernel by providing their own network or graphics drivers to squeeze out the last drop of performance.
(D) Cloud Functions lets organizations build and deploy services at the level of a single function, not at the level of entire applications, containers, or VMs.
(A) Compute Engine is a type of software-as-a-service (SaaS).
(B) Compute Engine provides innovative storage solutions using an open source container-orchestration system.
(C) Compute Engine is a computing platform provided as a service, called a “platform-as-a-service” (PaaS).
(D) Compute Engine provides practically unlimited computing power using virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud.
(A) Need to connect and extend cloud services.
(B) Need a fully managed database service.
(C) Don’t want to touch a server or infrastructure.
(D) Need complete control over the virtual-machine infrastructure.
(A) Build their own infrastructure.
(B) Control over the virtual-machine infrastructure.
(C) Grow the app as their computing needs increase.
(D) Make sure it’s available night and day.
(A) User authentication
(B) Machine learning
(C) Serverless economics
(D) Relational database
(A) App Engine routes packets across the globe and stores data at the edge of the network closest to the user so that the organization’s data is where their users need it.
(B) App Engine allows organizations to manage a server or runtime environment.
(C) App Engine saves organizations time and cost in software application development by eliminating the need to buy, build, and operate computing hardware and other infrastructure.
(D) App Engine deploys and maintains a fleet of VMs that enable organizations to create containerized workloads.
(D) Serverless Logic
(A) Compute Engine makes it easy to create and configure high-performance VMs that will quickly and easily scale to any size workload.
(B) Compute Engine provides better kernel-level control and encryption.
(C) Compute Engine stores and serves object (or BLOB) data.
(D) Compute Engine automates with event-driven functions that respond to cloud events.
(A) More rapid application development
(B) Content delivery network
(C) Monitor app stability and performance
(D) Worldwide autoscaling and load balancing
(A) Cloud Interconnect
(B) Cloud CDN
(C) Virtual Private Cloud
(D) Cloud DNS
(A) Maximize resource utilization.
(B) Scaling without downtime.
(C) Improve application reliability through integrated health checking.
(D) Seamlessly migrate code from development to production.
(A) A “network” is an SDK available across most popular mobile platforms.
(B) A “network” is a container deployed regionally via the cloud.
(C) A “network” is a series of instances deployed at the global network level.
(D) A “network” is an isolated, global resource holding configuration.
(A) Portability achieved by using Docker and Kubernetes
(B) User authentication, versioning, and robust security tools like Cloud Security Scanner
(C) TensorFlow for machine learning models and algorithms
(D) Messaging service to pass data from gathering and processing systems
(A) When every millisecond of latency counts, Google Cloud networking ensures that content is delivered with high throughput.
(B) Google Cloud networking only operates outside of GCP.
(C) Organizations benefit from Google’s superb networking.
(D) For the past 15 years, GCP has been building out a fast, powerful, high quality cloud infrastructure.
(A) control of virtual machines
(B) time to market
(C) patching zero-day exploits
(D) testing datasets for machine learning
(A) It adds files to a storage system.
(B) It provides a layer of logic so that organizations can write code to access other services.
(C) It patches operating systems.
(D) It removes unnecessary data from a container.
(A) Will scale up to handle massive computing loads quickly and efficiently.
(B) Are highly secure and reliable and backed by Google’s service level agreement.
(C) Can connect to and extend cloud services.
(D) Have high availability without a complex architecture.
(A) Transfer data from on-premises to the cloud.
(B) Route packets across the globe and store data closest to the user.
(C) Eliminate the need to buy, build, and operate computing hardware.
(D) Develop faster and easier with cloud backend services.
Q.22 – Mobile app teams can integrate their mobile apps with one of the available __________ and manage the integrated Firebase services via _____________ which includes tools from Google for developing apps, engaging with users, and earning more through mobile ads.
(A) VMs (virtual machines), App Engine
(B) containers, Docker
(C) data kits, the interface
(D) SDKs (software development kits), the console
(A) Google can capture up to a petabyte of data on one Transfer Appliance without impacting the outbound network.
(B) Google-grade data centers give you scale and security that would be very expensive to achieve on-premises.
(C) Google bills in per-second increments, so you only pay for the compute time you use. With sustained use discounts, Google automatically gives discounted prices for long-running workloads with no up-front commitment required.
(D) Google’s global private network is superior in performance to other clouds that route your traffic over the internet.
Q.24 – Firebase is GCP’s mobile extension. Several of Firebase’s products are built on top of GCP products, providing mobile-optimized SDKs and capabilities. Which of these products can be amplified via Firebase?
(A) Cloud Spanner
(B) Cloud Engine
(C) Cloud Storage
(D) Cloud SQL
(A) Cloud DNS
(B) Cloud Interconnect
(C) Cloud CDN
(D) Virtual Private Cloud
(A) “With Cloud Functions, I can write simple, single-purpose functions that are attached to events emitted from my cloud infrastructure and services.”
(B) “Cloud Functions saves me time and money in software application development by eliminating the need to buy, build, and operate computing hardware and other infrastructure.”
(C) “Thanks to Cloud Functions, I finally have a platform to build my apps, allowing me to focus on fine-tuning the customer experience rather than on maintaining my infrastructure.”
(D) “I now have practically unlimited computing power by using virtual machines (VMs) through Cloud Functions.”
(A) By improving quality and time to market.
(B) By reducing costs.
(C) By using virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud.
(D) By focusing on writing code and not touching a server, cluster, or infrastructure.
(A) Monitor app stability and performance
(B) More rapid application development
(C) Content delivery network
(D) Worldwide autoscaling and load balancing
(A) Development agility
(B) Insufficient storage
(C) Big data complexity
(D) App infrastructure
(A) developer productivity
(B) ease of use
(C) saving time and cost
(D) SDKs and consoles available
About GCP Compute Assessment
This assessment is conducted by Google via the Skillshop platform. This assessment tests your understanding of the Google Cloud Platform Compute Engine. You are tested on various aspects of GCP Compute like Compute Engine, App Engine, Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Functions, Firebase App, and Google Networking.
This Assessment contains a total of 30 questions and there’s no time limit. You cannot edit and review questions that you’ve already answered. You need to score 80% or above to pass the Assessment. If you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam after 24 hours.
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