This page represents practice test consisting of objective questions on Kubernetes. The practice test can prove to be very helpful if you are preparing to take Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) certification examination in near future. It covers the Core Concepts from CKA certification exam syllabus.
Those preparing for interviews in relation with Kubernetes or cloud-native apps would find these questions to be useful enough. These questions can prove to be useful for interns / freshers / beginners.
These questions are related with some of the following topics:
- Introduction to Kubernetes
- Kubernetes objects
- Kubernetes controllers
Below are other practice tests on Kubernetes concepts such as Pods, Pods lifecycle, Container hooks lifecycle, Kubernetes 1.8 release concepts such as taints and tolerations.
- Practice test on Pods, Taints and Tolerations
- Practice test on Pods, Container hooks
- Practice test on Pods Lifecycle
- Practice test on Services
Practice Test on Kubernetes
Which of the following process runs on Kubernetes master node?
Which of the following process runs on Kubernetes non-master node?
Which of the following validates and configures data for the api objects such as pods, services?
Which of the following embeds the core control loop which is a non-terminating loop that regulates the state of the system.
Which of the following forms the core Kubernetes objects?
Which of the following is a Kubernetes controllers?
Which of the following represents Kubernetes command line interface?
Kubernetes cluster data is stored in which of the following?
Which of the following is responsible for assigning a node to newly created pods?
Which of the following runs as a node agent and watches for the pods that have been assigned to its node?
Kubernetes supports which of the following container runtime(s)?
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