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DevOps Institute DevOps Foundation Sample Questions:
01. What impact will decreasing the number of services have on complexity as well as on quality of the service?
a) Complexity will go down, and quality will go up
b) Complexity and quality will go down
c) Complexity will go up, and quality will go down
d) Complexity and quality will go up
02. The business ‘why’ of the Golden Circle represents an organization’s
a) Purpose, cause and belief
b) Products and services
d) Competitive advantage
03. Which is the possible focus area of DevOps Business Service teams?
a) Formal processes to manage services
b) Common strategy and governance
c) Process Manager for ITIL processes
d) Close integration with the customers
04. Why is reducing the fragility of a business system difficult?
a) Because doing so will increase the number of incidents that occur temporarily
b) Because of the high risks of business disruption when integrating large numbers of systems
c) Because it is difficult to deliberately introduce chaos into the Production environment
d) Because doing so will disrupt the current product and service timelines
05. How can you implement experimentation and learning in your work environment?
a) Rotate your employees to attend conferences and share vital information with their colleagues.
b) Force your employees to return to college to learn a new programming language and new computer methodologies.
c) Decrease your employees’ pay when they do not exemplify any new languages in their coding.
d) Increase competition between the development and operational teams and reward them with incentives.
06. DevOps culture can be illustrated as _______.
a) An effective one-way communication from the top down
b) A recognizing the best and brightest for their successes
c) A shared vision, goals and incentives
d) All of these
07. What are the characteristics of resources in a DevOps based, product-focused organization?
a) Resources are assigned to multiple projects at once, for reasons related to resource optimization.
b) Resources are functionally organized.
c) Resources know about business and IT and deliver work, thereby appealing to use any of a person’s skills and/or talents.
d) Resources are specialist-oriented.
08. In typical IT organizations why is there a typical conflict between development and operations teams?
a) Because operations team knows more about test and production environments.
b) Because they come from different backgrounds.
c) Because development team knows more about software products and services.
d) Because they have conflicting business goals and priorities.
09. A company has continuous deployments. Whose decision should it be when to release the new functionalities?
a) The user
b) The business
c) The customer
d) The IT department
10. When should you move to the Improve phase of the DMAIC method?
a) After ensuring whether a particular solution works
b) After defining potential solutions to the problem
c) After understanding the causes of the problem
d) After collecting the related data and facts about the variables that can influence the problem
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