AWS Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) Practice Question – Part – 1

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These are few CLF-C01 exam practice question. We will update more question as we will get it.

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Questions:

Question 1: What is cloud computing?

  1. Backing up files that are stored on desktop and mobile devices to prevent data loss
  2. Deploying applications connected to on-premises infrastructure
  3. Running code without needing to manage or provision servers
  4. On-demand delivery of IT resources and applications through the internet with pay-as-you-go pricing

Question 2: What is another name for on-premises deployment?

  1. Private cloud deployment
  2. Cloud-based application
  3. Hybrid deployment
  4. AWS Cloud

Question 3: How does the scale of cloud computing help you to save costs?

  1. You do not have to invest in technology resources before using them.
  2. The aggregated cloud usage from a large number of customers results in lower pay-as-you-go prices.
  3. Accessing services on-demand helps to prevent excess or limited capacity.
  4. You can quickly deploy applications to customers and provide them with low latency.

Question 3: Which AWS service is the best choice for publishing messages to subscribers?

  1. Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS)
  2. Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling
  3. Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS)
  4. Elastic Load Balancing

Question 5: Which statement best describes an Availability Zone?

  1. A geographical area that contains AWS resources
  2. A single data center or group of data centers within a Region
  3. A data center that an AWS service uses to perform service-specific operations
  4. A service that you can use to run AWS infrastructure within your own on-premises data center in a hybrid approach

Question 6: Which statement is TRUE for the AWS global infrastructure?

  1. A Region consists of a single Availability Zone.
  2. An Availability Zone consists of two or more Regions.
  3. A Region consists of two or more Availability Zones.
  4. An Availability Zone consists of a single Region.

Question 7: Which factors should be considered when selecting a Region? Select TWO.

  1. Access to 24/7 technical support
  2. Ability to assign custom permissions to different users
  3. Access to the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI)
  4. Proximity to your customers
  5. Compliance with data governance and legal requirements

Question 8: Which statement best describes Amazon CloudFront?

  1. A service that enables you to run infrastructure in a hybrid cloud approach
  2. A serverless compute engine for containers
  3. A service that enables you to send and receive messages between software components through a queue
  4. A global content delivery service

Question 9: Which site does Amazon CloudFront use to cache copies of content for faster delivery to users at any location?

  1. Region
  2. Availability Zone
  3. Edge location
  4. Origin

Question 10: Which action can you perform with AWS Outposts?

  1. Automate actions for AWS services and applications through scripts.
  2. Access wizards and automated workflows to perform tasks in AWS services.
  3. Develop AWS applications in supported programming languages.
  4. Extend AWS infrastructure and services to your on-premises data center.

Question 11: Which statement best describes an AWS account’s default network access control list?

  1. It is stateless and denies all inbound and outbound traffic.
  2. It is stateful and allows all inbound and outbound traffic.
  3. It is stateless and allows all inbound and outbound traffic.
  4. It is stateful and denies all inbound and outbound traffic.

Question 12: Which statement best describes DNS resolution?

  1. Launching resources in a virtual network that you define
  2. Storing local copies of content at edge locations around the world
  3. Connecting a VPC to the internet
  4. Translating a domain name to an IP address

Question 13: Your company has an application that uses Amazon EC2 instances to run the customer-facing website and Amazon RDS database instances to store customers’ personal information. How should the developer configure the VPC according to best practices?

  1. Place the Amazon EC2 instances in a public subnet and the Amazon RDS database instances in a private subnet.
  2. Place the Amazon EC2 instances and the Amazon RDS database instances in a public subnet.
  3. Place the Amazon EC2 instances in a private subnet and the Amazon RDS database instances in a public subnet.
  4. Place the Amazon EC2 instances and the Amazon RDS database instances in a private subnet.

Question 14: Which component can be used to establish a private dedicated connection between your company’s data center and AWS?

  1. AWS Direct Connect
  2. Private subnet
  3. DNS
  4. Virtual private gateway

Question 15: Which statement best describes security groups?

  1. They are stateful and deny all inbound traffic by default.
  2. They are stateful and allow all inbound traffic by default.
  3. They are stateless and deny all inbound traffic by default.
  4. They are stateless and allow all inbound traffic by default.

Question 16: Which component is used to connect a VPC to the internet?

  1. Security group
  2. Edge location
  3. Public subnet
  4. Internet gateway

Question 17: Which service is used to manage the DNS records for domain names?

  1. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
  2. AWS Direct Connect
  3. Amazon CloudFront
  4. Amazon Route 53

Question 18: What are the scenarios in which you should use Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)? Select TWO.

  1. Running a serverless database
  2. Using SQL to organize data
  3. Storing data in a key-value database
  4. Scaling up to 10 trillion requests per day
  5. Storing data in an Amazon Aurora database

Question 19: You want to store data that is infrequently accessed but must be immediately available when needed. Which Amazon S3 storage class should you use?

  1. Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering
  2. Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive
  3. Amazon S3 Standard-IA
  4. S3 Glacier Flexible Retrieval

Question 20: Which Amazon S3 storage classes are optimized for archival data? Select TWO.

  1. Amazon S3 Standard
  2. Amazon S3 Glacier Flexible Retrieval
  3. Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering
  4. Amazon S3 Standard-IA
  5. Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive

Question 21: Which statement or statements are TRUE about Amazon EBS volumes and Amazon EFS file systems?

  1. EBS volumes store data within a single Availability Zone. Amazon EFS file systems store data across multiple Availability Zones.
  2. EBS volumes store data across multiple Availability Zones. Amazon EFS file systems store data within a single Availability Zone.
  3. EBS volumes and Amazon EFS file systems both store data within a single Availability Zone.
  4. EBS volumes and Amazon EFS file systems both store data across multiple Availability Zones.

Question 22: You want to store data in an object storage service. Which AWS service is best for this type of storage?

  1. Amazon Managed Blockchain
  2. Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS)
  3. Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
  4. Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)

Question 23: Which statement best describes Amazon DynamoDB?

  1. A service that enables you to run relational databases in the AWS Cloud
  2. A serverless key-value database service
  3. A service that you can use to migrate relational databases, nonrelational databases, and other types of data stores
  4. An enterprise-class relational database

Question 24: Which service is used to query and analyze data across a data warehouse?

  1. Amazon Redshift
  2. Amazon Neptune
  3. Amazon DocumentDB
  4. Amazon ElastiCache

Answers:

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Check-Out AWS CLF-01 Questions Part – 2

Summary:

  • The AWS Cloud offers three cloud deployment models: cloud, hybrid, and on-premises.
  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) is a message queuing service. It does not use the message subscription and topic model that is involved with Amazon SNS.
  • Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling enables you to automatically add or remove Amazon EC2 instances in response to changing application demand.
  • Elastic Load Balancing is the AWS service that automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances.
  • AWS Outposts is a service that enables you to run infrastructure in a hybrid cloud approach.
  • AWS Fargate is a serverless compute engine for containers.
  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) is a service that enables you to send, store, and receive messages between software components through a queue.
  • Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery service. It uses a network of edge locations to cache content and deliver content to customers all over the world.
  • subnet is a section of a VPC in which you can group resources based on security or operational needs. Subnets can be public or private.
  • A virtual private gateway enables you to create a VPN connection between your VPC and a private network, such as your company’s data center. Although this connection is private and encrypted, it travels through the public internet, not through a dedicated connection.
  • An edge location is a site that Amazon CloudFront uses to store cached copies of your content for faster delivery to customers.
  • A security group is a virtual firewall that controls inbound and outbound traffic for an Amazon EC2 instance.
  • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) is a service that enables you to provision an isolated section of the AWS Cloud. In this isolated section, you can launch resources in a virtual network that you define.
  • AWS Direct Connect is a service that enables you to establish a dedicated private connection between your data center and VPC.  
  • Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery service. It uses a network of edge locations to cache content and deliver content to customers all over the world.
  • Amazon S3 Standard is a storage class that is ideal for frequently accessed data, not archival data.
  • Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering monitors access patterns of objects and automatically moves them between the Amazon S3 Standard and Amazon S3 Standard-IA storage classes. It is not designed for archival data.
  • Amazon S3 Standard-IA is ideal for data that is infrequently accessed but requires high availability when needed.
  • EBS volumes store data within a single Availability Zone. Amazon EFS file systems store data across multiple Availability Zones.
  • An EBS volume must be located in the same Availability Zone as the Amazon EC2 instance to which it is attached.
  • Amazon Managed Blockchain is a service that you can use to create and manage blockchain networks with open-source frameworks. Blockchain is a distributed ledger system that lets multiple parties run transactions and share data without a central authority.
  • Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) is a scalable file system used with AWS Cloud services and on-premises resources. It does not store data as object storage.
  • Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) is a service that provides block-level storage volumes that you can use with Amazon EC2 instances.
  • A service that enables you to run relational databases in the AWS Cloud describes Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).
  • A service that you can use to migrate relational databases, nonrelational databases, and other types of data stores describes AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS).
  • An enterprise-class relational database describes Amazon Aurora.
  • Amazon Neptune is a graph database service. You can use Amazon Neptune to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets, such as recommendation engines, fraud detection, and knowledge graphs.
  • Amazon DocumentDB is a document database service that supports MongoDB workloads.
  • Amazon ElastiCache is a service that adds caching layers on top of your databases to help improve the read times of common requests.
  • Amazon Redshift is a data warehousing service that you can use for big data analytics. Use Amazon Redshift to collect data from many sources and help you understand relationships and trends across your data.
  • Amazon DynamoDB is a key-value database service.

Source: Coursera

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