GCP Architect: Analyzing and Optimizing Technical and Business Processes Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 16m
  • 16 questions
The Analyzing and Optimizing Technical and Business Processes Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your knowledge and skills in analyzing and optimizing technical and business processes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of a cloud solution. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates competency in analyzing technical and business processes, designing monitoring and logging solutions, and designing for scalability and elasticity, high availability and reliability, and cost optimization.

Topics covered

  • describe how lessons learned from incident post-mortems are related to effective troubleshooting and use root cause analysis best practices
  • describe the purpose and process of implementing Google software catalog
  • identify appropriate business continuity strategies for data and applications
  • identify appropriate disaster recovery strategies for data and applications
  • identify key tools and techniques used to assess team and individual readiness to engage in a project
  • identify the benefits of using tools like Google Looker to use business intelligence to manage customer success
  • identify the differences between SDLC methodologies and reasons for selecting a specific SDLC methodology
  • identify the elements of infrastructure testing and reasons for performing infrastructure testing regularly
  • identify the elements of software testing and reasons for performing software testing regularly
  • identify the key characteristics that are associated with developing using a CI/CD model
  • identify the key stages that will be used when developers are using the software development life cycle (SDLC)
  • identify the key stakeholders and relationship models needed to keep a cloud software development project going
  • outline the process and elements that will help support clear decision making throughout the software development project lifecycle
  • outline the transition for businesses from investing heavily in capital expenses (CapEx) to focusing on operational expenses (OpEx), and the ways that these costs can be managed for financial success
  • recognize how change management can be done to support operating and developing software in the cloud
  • recognize how to identify primary, secondary, and key stakeholders and list benefits of engaging stakeholders throughout the development process