Do you want to pass the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer Certification Exam? There is no better way to prepare than to work with Google Cloud and the next best thing is to review exam guides and take practice tests. This set of two exams will help you understand how the exam is structured and what kinds of questions you can expect. Learn now what the exam is like so you can show what you know during the actual exam.
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is an increasingly popular public cloud and the demand for certified professionals is growing. In fact, the top-paying certification is one of Google’s cloud certifications—the Professional Cloud Architect. With that said, Google’s Associate Cloud Engineer certification is an ideal starting point for those new to cloud or GCP, and it can be used as a pathway to Professional-level certifications.
I’ve designed these practice exams to help prepare you for the Google Associate Cloud Engineer certification exam. You’ll be tested on the major GCP services covered on the test, including Compute Engine, App Engine, Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Functions, Cloud SQL, BigQuery, Bigtable, VPCs, VPNs, Cloud Monitoring, Cloud Logging, and more.
The Google Associate Cloud Engineer exam is two hours in length and contains 50 multiple-choice and multiple-select questions. Each of these exams includes 50 questions across all 5 major exam topics:
•Setting up a cloud solution environment
•Planning and configuring a cloud solution
•Deploying and implementing a cloud solution
•Ensuring successful operation of a cloud solution
•Configuring access and security
These exams can help identify areas that you need to study more. For those, see my course Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Get Certified. To learn more about how to prepare for certification exams and how to analyze exam questions, see my free course How to Pass Google Cloud Certification Exams.
Good luck with your exams!
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