• Post category:Udemy (Mar 2022)
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25 Essential Questions – Tests your knowledge on the cloud native area, and knowledge of a different set of tools – 2022

What you will learn

CNCF’s governance system, projects, tools, and relevant actors

The fundamentals of cloud computing and cloud native, including containers, pods, microservices, and orchestration

Start your exploration of cloud native technologies, regardless of your academic or professional background

Discuss relevant cloud native terms for internal adoption of containerization and other kinds of tools


Note : These are practice questions only !

The new KCNA exam from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is an entry-level cloud native certification, so it’s the logical first step for developers who currently work with cloud native technologies or whose professional goals require them to.

Test your foundational knowledge and skills in Kubernetes and the wider cloud native ecosystem.

Kubernetes Fundamentals 46%

  • Kubernetes Resources
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Kubernetes API
  • Containers
  • Scheduling

Container Orchestration22%

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  • Container Orchestration Fundamentals
  • Runtime
  • Security
  • Networking
  • Service Mesh
  • Storage

Cloud Native Architecture16%

  • Autoscaling
  • Serverless
  • Community and Governance
  • Roles and Personas
  • Open Standards

Cloud Native Observability8%

  • Telemetry & Observability
  • Prometheus
  • Cost Management

Cloud Native Application Delivery8%

  • Application Delivery Fundamentals
  • GitOps
  • CI/CD

The KCNA is a pre-professional certification designed for candidates interested in advancing to the professional level through a demonstrated understanding of kubernetes foundational knowledge and skills. This certification is ideal for students learning about or candidates interested in working with cloud native technologies. A certified KCNA will confirm conceptual knowledge of the entire cloud native ecosystem, particularly focusing on Kubernetes. The KCNA exam is intended to prepare candidates to work with cloud native technologies and pursue further CNCF credentials, including CKA, CKAD, and CKS. KCNA will demonstrate a candidate’s basic knowledge of Kubernetes and cloud-native technologies, including how to deploy an application using basic kubectl commands, the architecture of Kubernetes (containers, pods, nodes, clusters), understanding the cloud-native landscape and projects (storage, networking, GitOps, service mesh), and understanding the principles of cloud-native security.

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