Cloud for Engineering Leaders Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 13m
  • 13 questions
The Cloud for Engineering Leaders Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your ability to identify the value and best practices of cloud computing and services. You will be evaluated on your ability to outline and use cloud infrastructure and services. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have good experience with cloud computing frameworks.

Topics covered

  • compare private, public, and hybrid cloud models
  • differentiate between on-premises data centers and cloud-based services
  • identify common methods used by organizations to migrate workloads to the cloud
  • identify key identity management services used to authenticate and authorize access to cloud services
  • list container-based solutions and services for providing microservices
  • list popular public cloud providers, including AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud
  • name cloud storage types and backup options
  • name developing trends and opportunities for deploying solutions to cloud providers
  • outline best practices and trends for deploying workloads to the cloud
  • outline sample success stories from a customer perspective
  • outline virtual machine compute technologies
  • recognize how to build event-driven applications using serverless compute functions
  • recognize the benefits of cloud-native patterns and anti-patterns when deploying workloads to the cloud