Which of the following deployment environments is accessed by customers/end-users in a live or real-time fashion?
Which of the following commands can be used to lock a user’s account so that they cannot log into a Linux server without removing any files, folders, or data?
A company’s IT associate has been asked to switch to single-user mode on a running Linux server in order to perform some troubleshooting. Of the options below, which is the best way of doing this?
When using vi or vim to edit a file, how do you exit without saving?
Which of the following is a non-functional requirement?
Which of the following is a solution to providing Internet access to a private network using only a single public IPv4 address?
When working on a Linux system with firewalld enabled, how can other systems be allowed to access the HTTPS port on the system in the default firewall zone so that the access is granted immediately and persists across reboots?
Which is a common best practice to automatically reduce disk usage associated with the storage of log files?
An IT associate has a web application running on multiple servers, configured to scale based on CPU usage. The current configuration has a minimum size of 1 and a maximum size of 5 servers, designed to launch and spread the instances across 3 Availability Zones (AZ). During a low utilization period, an entire AZ went down, and the application experienced downtime. What can the IT associate do to increase the availability of the application?
What file is created to assemble a Docker image, which contains all the commands a user has to run to make the image from start to finish?
Which measures can be taken to prevent unauthorized access to cloud instances and services?
Which of the following authentication method types would include using a password in combination with a hardware token?
Which type of cloud computing combines on-premise infrastructure with a public cloud?
When using rsync to mirror a local directory to a remote server, what is the significance of the --delete option?
What does LVM stand for?
Which of the following best describes the technical term “Elasticity”?
What is the underlying technology that allows containers to be restricted to defined limits for system resource usage such as CPU, memory, and network bandwidth?
What is the Linux kernel?