AWS SysOps Associate 2022: AWS Reliability and Business Continuity Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 25m
  • 25 questions
The AWS Reliability and Business Continuity Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your knowledge of AWS disaster recovery, backup and restore, and multi-AZ deployments. You will be evaluated on your ability to maintain the stability, security, and performance of AWS-based applications and infrastructure. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they have the skills to implement scalability, elasticity, high availability, resilient environments, and backup and restore strategies for AWS-based systems.

Topics covered

  • automate incident response
  • configure a backup plan
  • configure S3 bucket lifecycle rules
  • configure SNS topics and subscriptions
  • create an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) from an existing EC2 instance
  • create an Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume snapshot, recreate a volume from the snapshot, and copy it to an alternate region
  • create EC2 images using Image Builder
  • deploy and configure a Windows Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) instance using the console
  • deploy a target group and network load balancer
  • describe how AWS Backup provides availability for AWS services
  • enable file versioning within an S3 bucket
  • enable S3 CRR for increased data availability
  • ensure data immutability with S3 object lock
  • execute an on-demand backup
  • install and run Docker on a Linux virtual machine
  • install and run Docker on a Windows virtual machine
  • list the differences between application, network, and classic load balancers
  • manage Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume lifecycle settings using Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM)
  • manage the AWS DRS service
  • outline application containerization and application migration using app2container
  • outline the benefits of using ECS
  • restore from an AWS backup
  • use the CLI to hibernate an EC2 instance for quick future resumption
  • use the GUI to deploy a message queue
  • use the Secrets Manager console to examine how app code can retrieve centrally stored secrets