Multi-cloud Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 13m
  • 13 questions
The Multi-cloud Literacy benchmark measures whether a learner has had exposure to cloud operations and multi-cloud technologies, practices, and principles. This benchmark tests a learner's vocabulary level. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates an ability to participate in technical discussions regarding CloudOps and multi-cloud projects.

Topics covered

  • classify the benefits of multi-cloud and hybrid cloud and identify the challenges faced by enterprises when transforming to hybrid and multi-cloud architectures
  • compare the differences between hybrid, on-premises, and single cloud deployment solutions
  • describe standard use cases and common scenarios involving hybrid deployment
  • describe the critical services provided by multi-cloud management systems to simplify next-generation firewall insertion and operations and secure VPC egress by filtering outbound traffic to the internet
  • describe the prominent use cases that illustrate how hybrid cloud solutions can help solve business challenges faced by enterprises
  • describe the role of orchestration in managing the multi-cloud environment
  • describe typical use cases and common scenarios involving multi-cloud deployment
  • differentiate between support mechanisms for traditional technical systems and support systems for hosted or cloud platforms and applications
  • list the essential components of Cloud Infrastructure and the various Service Models that a Support Engineer must be familiar with in order to be able to provide Technical Support to Cloud Consumers
  • name the critical hybrid and multi-cloud design principles and drivers used when setting up multi-cloud environments
  • recognize the benefits of modernizing traditional or legacy systems to multi-cloud architecture using CloudOps best practices
  • recognize the various multi-cloud architecture designs that form part of an effective cloud deployment strategy
  • specify strategies that can be employed to migrate from legacy to CloudOps and recognize best practices and principles that can be adopted for productive legacy system upgrades