DevOps Quiz Questions and Answers

How much do you know about DevOps? DevOps is a set of practices that combines Development and Operations to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality. Test your knowledge with our 10-question DevOps Mini Quiz
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Question 1 ID: 271

The adoption of DevOps is being driven by factors such as:

A) Use of Agile and other development processes and methodologies
B) Demand for an increased rate of production releases from application and business unit stakeholders
C) Wide availability of virtualised and cloud infrastructure from internal and external providers
D) Increased usage of data centre automation and configuration management tools

Which factors are correct?

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Question 2 ID: 267

Which of these statements are correct about DevOps?

A) DevOps and ITIL® don’t mix

B) DevOps won’t work in regulated industries

C) DevOps won’t work with Outsourced Development

D) You must use cloud technologies

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Question 3 ID: 264

Which benefits of adopting a DevOps approach could be included in a business case to adopt a DevOps approach?

A) Improved deployment frequency, which can lead to faster time to market

B) Lower failure rate of new releases

C) Shortened lead time between fixes

D) Faster mean time to recovery in the event of a new release crashing or otherwise disabling the current system

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Question 4 ID: 265

DevOps means…

A) Developers taking over all Operations tasks.

B) Automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes.

C) The collaboration and communication of both software developers and other information-technology (IT) professional while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes.

D) The collaboration and communication of just software developers and operations staff while automating the process software delivery and infrastructure changes.

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Question 5 ID: 263

Is this statement correct? “DevOps is more than just a tool or a process change, it inherently requires an organisational culture shift”

A) Yes, there needs to be cultural shift within the organisation across all stakeholders to ensure a successful adoption of a DevOps approach.

B) Yes, but the most up to date tools and LEAN processes need to be in place to drive an organisational culture shift.

C) No, DevOps is all about the tools.

D) No, cultural shift will occur when staff are using the most up to date tools and LEAN processes.

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Question 6 ID: 262

Which statement best describes the goal of DevOps?

A) One goal of DevOps is to establish an environment where Change Management does bot control application releases.

B) One goal of DevOps is to establish an environment where releasing more reliable applications faster and more frequently can occur.

C) One goal of DevOps is to establish an environment where application development perform all operations tasks.

D) One goal of DevOps is to establish an environment where releasing applications is valued over the quality of the released application.

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Question 7 ID: 269

Agile and DevOps are similar but differ in a few important aspect.Which statement is correct?

A) Agile is a change of thinking whereas DevOps is actual organisation cultural change

B) Agile is actual organisational cultural change whereas DevOps is a change of thinking.

C) Agile is process driven whereas DevOps is role driven.

D) Agile is role driven whereas DevOps is process driven.

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Question 8 ID: 266

Which statement best describes the relationship between DevOps and Continuous Delivery?

A) DevOps and Continuous Delivery are the same thing.

B) DevOps and Continuous Delivery are not related and are mutually exclusive.

C) DevOps and Continuous Delivery share a background in Agile methods and LEAN thinking.

D) DevOps and Continuous Delivery share common processes.

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Question 9 ID: 268

Which statement best describes the role of Change Management within a DevOps environment?

A) Nothing changes as a risk adverse Change Management approach is paramount to IT and business success.

B) The moment an app change is asked for, the request should go to the Developers to authorise. Once authorised it goes to Operations for implementation.

C) The moment an app change is asked for, the request should go out to everyone on the team, no matter which IT discipline they work in.

D) DevOps does not need Change Management?

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Question 10 ID: 270

The development teams that support the Agile approach to DevOps must include staff from the operations teams to ensure:

A) That stability is prioritised over creativity

B) Operational considerations are prioritised over stability

C) Operational considerations are taken into account

D) The resultant designs of the systems will fit nicely into the business as usual environment

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