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Google Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer Exam Actual Questions

The questions for Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer were last updated on June 18, 2024.
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Question #1 Topic 1

You support a Node.js application running on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) in production. The application makes several HTTP requests to dependent applications. You want to anticipate which dependent applications might cause performance issues. What should you do?

  • A. Instrument all applications with Stackdriver Profiler.
  • B. Instrument all applications with Stackdriver Trace and review inter-service HTTP requests.
  • C. Use Stackdriver Debugger to review the execution of logic within each application to instrument all applications.
  • D. Modify the Node.js application to log HTTP request and response times to dependent applications. Use Stackdriver Logging to find dependent applications that are performing poorly.
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Correct Answer: B 🗳️

Question #2 Topic 1

You created a Stackdriver chart for CPU utilization in a dashboard within your workspace project. You want to share the chart with your Site Reliability Engineering
(SRE) team only. You want to ensure you follow the principle of least privilege. What should you do?

  • A. Share the workspace Project ID with the SRE team. Assign the SRE team the Monitoring Viewer IAM role in the workspace project.
  • B. Share the workspace Project ID with the SRE team. Assign the SRE team the Dashboard Viewer IAM role in the workspace project.
  • C. Click ג€Share chart by URLג€ and provide the URL to the SRE team. Assign the SRE team the Monitoring Viewer IAM role in the workspace project.
  • D. Click ג€Share chart by URLג€ and provide the URL to the SRE team. Assign the SRE team the Dashboard Viewer IAM role in the workspace project.
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Correct Answer: A 🗳️

Question #3 Topic 1

Your organization wants to implement Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) culture and principles. Recently, a service that you support had a limited outage. A manager on another team asks you to provide a formal explanation of what happened so they can action remediations. What should you do?

  • A. Develop a postmortem that includes the root causes, resolution, lessons learned, and a prioritized list of action items. Share it with the manager only.
  • B. Develop a postmortem that includes the root causes, resolution, lessons learned, and a prioritized list of action items. Share it on the engineering organization's document portal.
  • C. Develop a postmortem that includes the root causes, resolution, lessons learned, the list of people responsible, and a list of action items for each person. Share it with the manager only.
  • D. Develop a postmortem that includes the root causes, resolution, lessons learned, the list of people responsible, and a list of action items for each person. Share it on the engineering organization's document portal.
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Correct Answer: B 🗳️

Question #4 Topic 1

You have a set of applications running on a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster, and you are using Stackdriver Kubernetes Engine Monitoring. You are bringing a new containerized application required by your company into production. This application is written by a third party and cannot be modified or reconfigured. The application writes its log information to /var/log/app_messages.log, and you want to send these log entries to Stackdriver Logging. What should you do?

  • A. Use the default Stackdriver Kubernetes Engine Monitoring agent configuration.
  • B. Deploy a Fluentd daemonset to GKE. Then create a customized input and output configuration to tail the log file in the application's pods and write to Stackdriver Logging.
  • C. Install Kubernetes on Google Compute Engine (GCE) and redeploy your applications. Then customize the built-in Stackdriver Logging configuration to tail the log file in the application's pods and write to Stackdriver Logging.
  • D. Write a script to tail the log file within the pod and write entries to standard output. Run the script as a sidecar container with the application's pod. Configure a shared volume between the containers to allow the script to have read access to /var/log in the application container.
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Correct Answer: B 🗳️
Reference:
https://cloud.google.com/solutions/customizing-stackdriver-logs-fluentd

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