Your company has chosen to go serverless to enable developers to focus on writing code without worrying about infrastructure. You have been asked to identify a GCP Serverless service that does not limit your developers to specific runtimes. In addition, some of the applications need WebSockets support. What should you suggest?
You have a web application deployed as a managed instance group based on an instance template. You modified the startup script used in the instance template and would like the existing instances to pick up changes from the new startup scripts. Your web application is currently serving live web traffic. You want to propagate the startup script changes to all instances in the managed instances group while minimizing effort, minimizing cost and ensuring that the available capacity does not decrease. What would you do?
Your finance department wants you to create a new billing account and link all development and test Google Cloud Projects to the new billing account. What should you do?
A mission-critical application running on a Managed Instance Group (MIG) in Google Cloud has been having scaling issues. Although the scaling works, it is not quick enough, and users experience slow response times. The solution architect has recommended moving to GKE to achieve faster scaling and optimize machine resource utilization. Your colleague containerized the application and provided you with a Dockerfile. You now need to deploy this in a GKE cluster. How should you do it?
You want to migrate a public NodeJS application, which serves requests over HTTPS, from your on-premises data centre to Google Cloud Platform. You plan to host it on a fleet of instances behind Managed Instances Group (MIG) in Google Compute Engine. You need to configure a GCP load balancer to terminate SSL session and pass HTTP traffic to the VMs. Which GCP Load balancer should you use?
You host a production application in Google Compute Engine in the us-central1-a zone. Your application needs to be available 24*7 all through the year. The application suffered an outage recently due to a Compute Engine outage in the zone hosting your application. Your application is also susceptible to slowness during peak usage. You have been asked for a recommendation on how to modify the infrastructure to implement a cost-effective and scalable solution that can withstand zone failures. What would you recommend?
Your colleague updated a deployment manager template of a production application serving live traffic. You want to deploy the update to the live environment later during the night when user traffic is at its lowest. The git diff on the pull request shows the changes are substantial and you would like to review the intended changes without applying the changes in the live environment. You want to do this in the most efficient way possible. What should you do?
You have been asked to create a new Kubernetes Cluster on Google Kubernetes Engine that can autoscale the number of worker nodes as well as pods. What should you do? (Select 2)
You developed a web application that lets users upload and share images. You deployed this application in Google Compute Engine and you have configured Stackdriver Logging. Your application sometimes times out while uploading large images, and your application generates relevant error log entries that are ingested to Stackdriver Logging. You would now like to create alerts based on these metrics. You intend to add more compute resources manually when the number of failures exceeds a threshold. What should you do in order to alert based on these metrics with minimal effort?
You created an update for your application on App Engine. You want to deploy the update without impacting your users. You want to be able to roll back as quickly as possible if it fails. What should you do?
You want to migrate a mission-critical application from the on-premises data centre to Google Cloud Platform. Due to the mission-critical nature of the application, you want the application to scale up and scale down efficiently based on demand, but you do not wish to scale down any lower than 3 instances to ensure the application always has enough resources to handle sudden bursts in traffic. How should you configure the scaling to meet this requirement?
Your company stores sensitive user information (PII) in three multi-regional buckets in US, Europe and Asia. All three buckets have access logging enabled on them. The compliance team has received reports of fraudulent activity and has begun investigating a customer care representative. It believes the specific individual may have accessed some objects they are not authorized to and may have added labels to some files in the buckets to enable favourable discounts for their friends. The compliance team has asked you to provide them with a report of activities for this customer service representative on all three buckets. How can you do this efficiently?
You want to list all the compute instances in zones us-central1-b and europe-west1-d. Which of the commands below should you run to retrieve this information?
You have a collection of audio/video files over 80GB each that you need to migrate to Google Cloud Storage. The files are in your on-premises data center. What migration method can you use to help speed up the transfer process?
You are migrating a mission-critical application from your on-premises data centre to Google Cloud, and you need to ensure unhealthy compute instances within the autoscaled managed instances group are recreated automatically. What should you do?
You recently deployed a new application in Google App Engine to serve production traffic. After analyzing logs for various user flows, you uncovered several issues in your application code and have developed a fix to address the issues. Parts of your proposed fix could not be validated in the pre-production environment by your testing team as some of the scenarios can only be validated by an end-user with access to specific data in your production environment. In the company's weekly Change Approval Board meeting, concerns were raised that the fix could possibly take down the application. It was unanimously agreed that while the fix is risky, it is a necessary change to the application. You have been asked to suggest a solution that minimizes the impact of the change going wrong. You also want to minimize costs. What should you do?
Your company wants to move 200 TB of your website clickstream logs from your on-premise data center to Google Cloud Platform. These logs need to be retained in GCP for compliance requirements. Your business analysts also want to run analytics on these logs to understand user click behavior on your website. Which of the below would enable you to meet these requirements? (Select Two)
You deployed a number of services to Google App Engine Standard. The services are designed as microservices with several interdependencies between them. Most services have few version upgrades but some key services have over 20 version upgrades. You identified an issue with the service pt-createOrder and deployed a new version v3 for this service. You are confident this works and want this new version to receive all traffic for the service. You want to minimize effort and ensure the availability of service. What should you do?
Your company owns a mobile game that is popular with users all over the world. The mobile game backend uses Cloud Spanner to store user state. An overnight job exports user state to a Cloud Storage bucket. The app pushes all time-series events during the game to a streaming Dataflow service that saves them to Cloud Bigtable. You are debugging an in-game issue raised by a gaming customer, and you want to join the user state information with data stored in Bigtable to debug. How can you do this one-off join efficiently?
You have annual audits every year and you need to provide external auditors access to the last 10 years of audit logs. You want to minimize the cost and operational overhead while following Google recommended practices. What should you do? (Select Three)