The Docker Test evaluates a candidate’s ability to deploy, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Docker based on real-world scenarios. This test helps you hire candidates with practical Docker experience who can work independently.
Installation, configuration, storage
Networking & security
DevOps managers, DevOps engineers, IT admins, IT engineers, and other roles that require a strong knowledge of Docker.
Developing applications is no longer as straightforward as writing code. The sophistication of modern applications requires different languages, frameworks, architectures, and interfaces for the different tools used at each stage of an app’s lifecycle. Using containers, Docker allows developers to isolate applications from their environment to simplify workflows, move faster, and collaborate better.
This Docker test evaluates candidates’ practical skills in Docker by assessing their skills in the three core areas of the software. The first area deals with managing installation, configuration, and storage; the second one with images; and the third one with network and security.
Candidates who perform well at this screening test have the ability to find the best solutions to problems by considering important parameters, such as simplicity, efficiency, maintainability, and alignment with best industry practices.
Raymond has been in the IT industry for 13 years, and his expertise includes web, mobile, cloud, security, DevOps, big data, startups, and Agile. In 2010, he founded his own startup which specialized in audio fingerprinting and he took on the CTO role until it got acquired in 2017. Since then, he has been working with companies as a software architect and technology consultant in the US healthcare, banking, media, advertising, retail and fintech industries.
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