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Google Professional Cloud Architect Exam

Certification Provider: Google
Exam: Professional Cloud Architect on Google Cloud Platform
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 273
Exam Version: Sept. 25, 2022
Exam Topics:
  • Topic 1: Question Set 1
  • Topic 2: Testlet 1
  • Topic 3: Testlet 10
  • Topic 4: Testlet 11
  • Topic 5: Testlet 2
  • Topic 6: Testlet 3
  • Topic 7: Testlet 4
  • Topic 8: Testlet 5
  • Topic 9: Testlet 6
  • Topic 10: Testlet 7
  • Topic 11: Testlet 8
  • Topic 12: Testlet 9
Google Professional Cloud Architect Comments:
hongha
Highly Voted 1 year, 4 months ago
As I passed exam two weeks ago with updated usecases and questions, I will start sharing my experience with you. Here is part 1. https://youtu.be/Npc3ZmuftUQ
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Dordeuan
1 year, 4 months ago
So in here it valid or not?
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hongha
1 year, 4 months ago
Questions and Discussion here are very helpful if you know how to get most out of it.
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hongha
1 year, 4 months ago
Please visit our playlist for more information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGDmIpNsrc3tOl-95mzKqXaHc3KoMblW
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Hit1979
Highly Voted 2 years, 9 months ago
Hello Guys, I passed my exam today and mostly all of the questions were from this forum. Not all answers are correct so be mindful and check comments from other contributors.
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Sbgani
Most Recent 1 week, 5 days ago
Just got all from here..the below one from discussion Your company has an application running on App engine that allows users to upload music files and share therm with other people .You want to allow users to upload files directly into Cloud storage from their browser session.The payload should not be passed through the backend. What should you do? A. Set a CORS configuration in the target Cloud storage bucket where the base URL of the App Engine application is an allowed origin.Use the Cloud Storage signed URL feature to generate a POST URL. B. Set a CORS configuration in the target cloud storage bucket where the base URL of the App Engine application is an allowed origin. Assign the Cloud Storage WRITER role to users who upload files. C. Use the Cloud Storage Signed URL feature to generate a POST URL.Use App Engine default credentials to sign requests against Cloud Storage. D. Assign the Cloud Storage WRITER role to users who upload files; use App Engine default credentials to sign requests against Cloud Storage.
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sravyasambaturu
2 weeks ago
This website is really helpful.
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norgourmets
2 weeks, 3 days ago
I passed this exam on 12th, sep, 2022. 49 questions from here. Amazing. options are bi different in some question, but answer was anyway correct. really thanks for all discussion.
upvoted 8 times
Top3K
1 week, 1 day ago
Congratulations. Just one question-- mostly voted answers were right or the dumps answers
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khadar
2 weeks, 5 days ago
I passed my recertification exam today as Google has given me the 50% voucher for since i passed it 2 years back. Earlier too i went through the same forum but ensured carefully read all the explanations as most of them are very good and also searched the Google itself to make self very clear including my practical experience by doing some experiments on my own. I recommend that same as mentioned by others in these comments that you need to understand the explanation very well before you decide the options. All the best.
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Kosaraju_Harish
3 weeks, 1 day ago
Useful exam content
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MaryGalanP
3 weeks, 1 day ago
I passed the exam today. All the questions were from Exam Topics. Pay special attention to Mountkirk and Helicopter case study, and also to questions 260-270 (11 new questions added to the pool). Review the comments for select the correct answer. Good luck. If i can, you too.
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rorz
3 weeks, 1 day ago
Congrats and glad to know the questions are valid !
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Jiballs
1 month ago
Passed today - Questions still valid. Same new questions as posted before: I saw just a few new questions on: 1. 200Kbps connection to on-premise...have one VPN....what is a cost effective solution and can provide almost 100% uptime. I choose Cloud VPN HA and didnt choose two HA VPN (Looking at Cost optimization) 2. You have Win 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 on premise. what do you need to do in GCP to bring those OSes up as part of a migration. I choose BYOL option maybe 3-4 others. Please read forum discussion to solidify the correct response
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desertlotus1211
1 month, 1 week ago
Passed exam a few weeks back... I saw just a few new questions on: 1. 200Kbps connection to on-premise...have one VPN....what is a cost effective solution and can provide almost 100% uptime. 2. You have Win 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 on premise. what do you need to do in GCP to bring those OSes up as part of a migration. maybe 3-4 others. But almost came from the forum and chat. Please read forum discussion to solidify the correct response
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iloveanyujin
1 month, 1 week ago
I passed my exam today and 90% of the questions were from this forum. Make sure go through discussion thread. Thank you discussion here of the question. Good Luck.
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AMohanty
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam few hours back. Around 10 new questions, though not much of depth. Examtopics cover most of the question that came up HLR AND mountkirk came up with combined 15 questions.
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kuszner
1 month, 2 weeks ago
I've just passed the PCA exam and must admit these questions were super useful for me to settle my understanding and get in the exam-mode ;) The value for "controvesial" questions and a wide-range of comments below is also quite interesting. Highly recommended addition to the overall exam prep journey.
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Philipp2209
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Passed today. Questions are totally valid. Got 45/50 from the dumb. EHR and Mountkirk (FPS) case studies. Additionally, I would recommend scrolling through this discussion. Got 3 questions mentioned here: 1Q: While travelling... -> picked Cloud Shell 2Q: Compute Engine memory usage exceeds 80%... -> picked the Delta 3Q: Deploying an application to Google Cloud.The application in Google Cloud must communicate to private network with applications in a non-Google cloud environment The expected average throughput is 200 kbps... -> picked HA Cloud VPN. The remaining two were about real time monitoring users of BQ while having pay per use active and GKE where you have a big cluster and want to minimize costs (Cant remember the last one correctly). Good luck!
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satamex
1 month, 3 weeks ago
I passed the exam yesterday, and around 70% questions were from this portal.
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DrishaS4
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Cleared my exam today, 80% questions were from this forum. go through the discussion for the answers, Examtopics questions really helped a lot.
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Yabaji
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hi all.. I just took the exam.. And I cleared.. The exam topics is really helpful.. However as most of you cautioned, its must to go through the discussions to judge and decide on the correct answer..All the best for your preparation..
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Professional Cloud Architect - New Case Studies

Update regarding GCP Professional Cloud Architect certificate case studies:

↣ Two new master case studies were added: Helicopter Racing League & EHR Healthcare
↣ Two master case studies were updated: TerramEarth & Mountkirk Games
↣ One master case study was removed

These master case studies are provided in long text paragraphs and high technical level and make it difficult to understand and remember even after reading hundreds of times, while you lack in time during the exam to look at them.

Further information regarding the new case studies:

EHR Healthcare
Helicopter Racing League
TerramEarth SHORT version & Exam tips

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