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Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate Exam

Certification Provider: Amazon
Exam: AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate (SOA-C02)
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 123
Exam Version: Oct. 2, 2022
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Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate Comments:
doggiecai
Highly Voted 5 months ago
Took the exam on 30th of April which was yesterday, only 12 questions came from this dump. A few questions I remembered that not came from this dump are: 1. Customer gateway with a NAT device, answer should be use the public IP address of the NAT device 2. Trust Advisor, answer should be can see root MFA details 3. InsufficientInstanceCapacity error, answer should be not specify Availability Zone and change Instance type 4. Detect sensitive personal information in S3, I think the answer is AWS Macie 5. What to use to show both Instance IDs and their Tags, I'm not sure about the answer 6. Question about Cost Allocation Tags Labs: ALB with Auto-Scaling WAF Web ACL
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AMohanty
Highly Voted 1 year ago
Anyone apeared for SysOps-02 after Lab introduction
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GeordiLaForge
7 months, 1 week ago
Took the exam. This is enough to pass the actual exam. Just few new questions.
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jydo
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Thank you for the update
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haxaffee
Most Recent 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Took the exam yesterday. 65 questions with 0 labs. many questions were from here and learning them with the discussion / reading the docs helped a lot.
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Minhlaptop2023
1 week, 1 day ago
Can you show more information about no labs? I just have token this exam with 03 labs and 50 questions multiple choice
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andrerkn
3 weeks, 2 days ago
No labs? This is strange.
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KJ7
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam 5 Aug. I'd say around most of the questions I saw on my exam were from here. Labs: WAF EC2 CloudWatch Metrics
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bamishr
1 month, 4 weeks ago
Took the exam today 07-08-2022 and only 4-5questions were not from here. examtopic thank you.
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gondohwe
2 months ago
took the exam on 21 july...most qstns from here just different wording but this database helps even for newer qstns never seen before Labs: 1.creation of S3 buckets with different needs 2.creation of VPC etc 3.Lambda proxy etc
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AWS_SJ
2 months, 4 weeks ago
I took the exam on June 26th. 39 out of 50 multiple questions appeared from here. Labs from - VPC - private, public subnets, SG - S3 bucket - life cycle policy - loggings etc - Lambda function - modify the function, roles, access to RDS MySQL DB, Proxy settings
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AWS_SJ
2 months, 4 weeks ago
Correction - Only 19 questions appeared.
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patsurjay
2 months ago
in the labs section will you receive General Instructions TAB? please help
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jaullo
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Take this exam today, many questions from here. A lot of questions about: -Load Balancing -Cloudwatch -Route 53 3 Labs: 1-Configure CloudWatch 2-Set public access for an index.html file in an s3 bucket. Change bucket policies 3-Set high availabilty for an A record in Route 53, add a second DNS record with failover to S3 bucket
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ultrium
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Take the exam yesterday. Most questions came from here. Lab: Aws Backup Update a CloudFormation Stack Create a static S3 web site + route 53 failover
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Lukaseffen
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Just took my exam. About 80% of the questions in this 88 answer dump came out.
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spd
4 months ago
Does anyone know, How the lab marks are calculated ? if we do 4 steps correct out of 5 steps provided in Lab, we will get points for the 4 correct steps ?? Typically, Labs are 20% of the exam.
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dontcomplain
4 months, 3 weeks ago
Took Exam Today, 40 Questions appeared from here, Labs: 1) Amazon Eventbridge 2) ASG with target groups, ALB and Launch templates 3) Configuring Ip sets & WEB ACL and then attaching the web ACL with ALB (ALB already provisioned) Labs are only 18% of your Final Grade.
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Shriraj32
4 months, 3 weeks ago
Took the exam on the 12th of May 2022. About 40-50 questions came up from here. The labs were kinda simple. 1) Amazon Eventbridge 2) ASG with target groups, ALB and Launch templates 3) Configuring Ip sets & WEB ACL and then attaching the web ACL with ALB (ALB already provisioned)
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sak12
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Appeared on 21st April 2022. Only 15-20 questions from these set. The rest of the questions were all new. There were 3 lab scenarios . One S3 Bucket creation , one was a VPC Creation with subnets and SG. The third one was setting up a few parameters Lambda function with some RDS Proxy settings.
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rsrn
6 months, 1 week ago
I took this exam on March 2022, and passed. Out of 50 questions, 30 - 35 are from these set. Get more preparation on system manager. Labs are not difficult.
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CHRIS12722222
6 months, 2 weeks ago
Took exam on Mar 5th, had some new questions not in this dump. However, if go through these questions & discussions in the questions here and watch a video course to prepare you will pass easily.
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GatorGrad929
7 months ago
Took the exam on 3/5..thought I would have to wait the 5 days to get the results, but got an email this morning saying I passed! Almost all questions on the exam were straight from here. The labs weren't bad at all. On to the next.
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