The Kubernetes test evaluates a candidate’s ability to deploy, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Kubernetes based on real-world scenarios. This test will help you identify candidates with strong Kubernetes admin skills.
Workloads & Storage
Services and Networking
Administration and Troubleshooting
Kubernetes administrators and any other role that requires a good grasp of Kubernetes.
For companies working with a service-oriented application infrastructure for cloud-native applications, Kubernetes has become an indispensable tool. Created by the engineers at Google, Kubernetes enables the orchestration of containerized apps by managing traffic and microservices and allows you to scale up without immense engineering resources.
This Kubernetes test evaluates candidates’ skills in the four core areas: cluster architecture, works and storage, services and networking, and administration and troubleshooting. The test uses real-world scenarios that evaluate candidates’ practical skills in coming up with solutions rather than just their theoretical knowledge of the software.
Candidates who perform well on this test have hands-on experience with Kubernetes and understand how to achieve goals and solve issues that regularly come up in development. These candidates are able to identify the best solutions for simplicity, efficiency, maintainability, and alignment to best industry practices.
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