Final Exam: Site Reliability Engineer

SRE
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Final Exam: Site Reliability Engineer will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Site Reliability Engineer track of the Skillsoft Aspire Network Admin to Site Reliability Engineer Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe available conferencing software that can be used for virtual meetings
    describe how early engagement can be used to evolve the Simple PRR model
    describe how knowledge sharing can help teams plan for emergencies and recover from failures
    describe how pair programming can be an effective collaboration tool for an SRE
    describe how SRE teams perform planning and execution
    describe how to classify software defects
    describe how to measure and calculate toil
    describe how to measure the impact of the SRE engagement
    describe how to set ground rules for SRE teams
    describe manual testing and how it compares to automated testing
    describe the API Monitoring tools and their strengths and weaknesses
    describe the benefits of using software metrics and how to monitor and track them
    describe the best practice when defining API Monitoring Strategies
    describe the best practice when running meetings for SREs
    describe the components on the ELK Stack and how it works together    
    describe the different types of automated testing, including web applications, mobile devices, web service and data testing
    describe the engagement phase of Production Readiness Review (PRR)
    describe the importance of communication and collaboration and running effective meetings
    describe the importance of communication and collaboration and running effective virtual meetings
    describe the keys to sustaining an effective ongoing relationship with other SREs and developers
    describe the level of SRE engagement during the service life cycle
    describe the onboarding phase of Production Readiness Review (PRR)
    describe the Production Readiness Review (PRR) and how it is used to identify the reliability needs of a service
    describe the purpose and benefits of Elasticsearch
    describe the SRE engagement model and how to use it to manage software projects
    describe the SRE service lifecycle and how It compares to the traditional software development life cycle
    describe the steps for ending the SRE engagements
    describe the steps that should be followed when onboarding a new site reliability engineer
    describe the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it compares to the SRE engagement model
    describe the technical skills required for managing a production service
  • describe the term ops mode and differentiate between ops mode and nonlinear scaling
    Describe the tools that can be used to perform fault tree analysis
    describe the training patterns and tactics for onboarding a site reliability engineer
    describe the types of meetings that useful for an SRE
    describe the various types of software bugs and why they occur
    describe types of automated testing and goal of each test type
    describe useful SRE data analysis metrics, and they can be effectively used to monitor and control the project
    describe what is meant by operational load and outline the three general categories of operational load
    describe what is meant by toil and provide examples of toil, such as applying schema changes to a database
    differentiate between types of toil, including; automated, manual, repetitive, and tactical
    explain how to classify software defects
    identify available conferencing software that can be used for virtual meetings
    identify factors that contribute to team moral and stress such as financial and managerial impact
    identify how to select meaningful software project metrics and understand why some metrics have minimal value
    identify key factors of a high-quality post-mortem
    identify some of the pitfalls encountered when using software project metrics and how to avoid them
    Identify the metrics to track when performing CI/CD
    identify the skills and best practices used for reverse engineering a production service call
    list details to include in an IT emergency plan
    list the skills that a software reliability engineer needs to acquire to perform on-call support
    name the tools that can be used for onboarding a new site reliability engineer
    outline factors that contribute to team moral and stress such as financial and managerial impact
    outline how on-call engineers depend on pages to respond to incidents and outages
    outline steps to track and identify toil and describe why less toil is better
    outline the process and best practices for onboarding a new site reliability engineer
    outline the purpose of customer request support tickets and provide examples of simple and complex tickets
    outline the steps involved in responding to emergency incidents
    recognize how to use service level objectives (SLO) ensure timely responses and resolutions
    recognize key factors of a high-quality post-mortem
    Simple PRR Model: Early Engagement

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