Incident and Event Response
Monitoring and Logging
Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code
This Role-Based Assessment is a general assessment of central areas of DevOps engineering in the AWS cloud.
The questions on this exam are intended for anyone currently employed as a DevOps engineer, as well as roles that combine application development and system administration. This exam is also for anyone interested in or studying to become a certified AWS DevOps engineer.
If you have a professional background in architecture, you are likely familiar with the concepts, mechanisms, best practices, and scenarios in this exam.
The general architecture areas covered within this exam are:
- Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Automation
- Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code
- Incident and Event Response
- Monitoring and Logging
- Design Resilience
There is no minimum score required to pass this exam because it is intended purely as an evaluation.
We only ask that you do your best to answer all the questions in the allotted time (60 minutes) so that we can personalize our suggestions as accurately as possible.
Once you begin your exam session:
You can spend as long as you wish on any particular question but must budget your time to complete all the questions. Any questions not completed in the allotted time will be scored as incorrect.
During the session, you may skip questions and return to them later in the session. You can also review your answers to previous questions, and change them at any point during the exam session.
You can end the exam session at any time by selecting “Submit Exam,” but this completes the entire session. All of your answers will be scored. All unanswered questions will be scored as incorrect. You cannot return later to complete any unanswered questions.
When you submit your exam, you will receive your total score, as well as your score for each exam domain.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or want to share your thoughts about the exam.