Final Exam: Chaos Engineer
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Final Exam: Chaos Engineer will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Chaos Engineer track of the Skillsoft Aspire Network Admin to Site Reliability Engineer Journey.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
describe challenges for maintaining data integritydescribe CRON and how to use it for scheduling jobsdescribe CRON Jobs and its componentsdescribe deterministic and non-deterministic algorithms and how they relate to distributed systemsdescribe frontend load balancing and the importance of using them to increase performancedescribe how engineers think differently to "novices" when it comes to troubleshootingdescribe how load balancing needs to be performed taking into consideration virtualization, the cloud, and containersdescribe how loads can be balanced using External HTTPS Load Balancingdescribe how loads can be balanced using SSL Proxy Load Balancingdescribe how loads can be balanced using TCP Proxy Load Balancingdescribe how server overloads can lead to cascading failuredescribe load balancing techniques and algorithmsdescribe operational loads and how they related to optimal performancedescribe steps to ensure efficient queue managementdescribe the benefits of client-side throttlingdescribe the characteristics and purpose of blackbox monitoringdescribe the characteristics and purpose of whitebox monitoringdescribe the CRON syntax and provide syntax examplesdescribe the importance of incident response trainingdescribe the mean time between failures metricdescribe the meantime to respond metricdescribe the system models that can be used with distributed systemsdescribe when to use acceptance testingdifferentiate between idempotent and two-phase mutationsdifferentiate between the various pipeline featuresdiscuss software testing at scaleidentify the system models that can be used with distributed systemslist characteristics of machine learning (ML) applicationslist CPU considerations as it relates to failures and overutilizationlist data integrity requirements
list potential pitfalls to avoid, such as looking for symptoms that are not relevantlist the main roles in incident response (Incident Commander, Communications Lead, Operations Lead)outline an idealized troubleshooting model (e.g., report, triage, examine, diagnose, test/treat, and cure.)outline best practices and approaches to troubleshooting and how to keep those skills sharpoutline the benefits of using ticketsoutline the process and purpose of logging and name the benefits of text logsprovide a general overview of the six steps involved in developing a planprovide an overview of a typical development lifecycleprovide an overview of backup and recovery methodsprovide an overview of business continuity and describe why business continuity planning mattersprovide an overview of data integrityprovide an overview of Google Workflowprovide an overview of key principles SREs need to be familiar with for emergency response and recognize key steps to take when a system breaksprovide an overview of pagesprovide an overview of resources exhaustionprovide an overview of the checkpointing techniqueprovide an overview of the maturity matrixprovide an overview of the meantime to failure metricprovide an overview of the production readiness review processrecognize aspects of the SRE engagement modelrecognize best practices for handling unmanaged incidentsrecognize how to create and maintain pipeline documentationrecognize how to create a test and build an environmentrecognize how to develop a launch checklistrecognize how to identify cascading failuresrecognize key factors to ensuring business continuityrecognize the importance of encouraging proactive testingrecognize the importance of incident response planningrecognize the importance of testing SRE-developed toolsrecognize the pitfalls of the queries per second metric
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