What is DevOps? Introduction to DevOps 9
Q192) What testing is necessary to insure a new service is ready for production?
Q193) What is Continuous Testing?
It is the process of executing on tests as part of the software delivery pipelines to obtain can immediate for feedback is the business of the risks associated with in the latest build.
Q194) What is Automation Testing?
Automation testing or Test Automation is a process of the automating that manual process to test the application/system under test.
Q195) What are the key elements of continuous testing?
Q196) What are the Testing types supported by Selenium?
Regression testing and functional testing
Q197) What is Puppet?
It is a Configuration Management tool which is used to the automate administration of the tasks.
Q198) How does HTTP work?
The HTTP protocol are works in a client and server model like most other protocols. A web browser using which a request is initiated is called as a client and a web servers software which are the responds to that request is called a server. World Wide Web Consortium of the Internet Engineering Task Force are two importants spokes are the standardization of the HTTP protocol.
Q199) Describe two-factor authentication?
Two-factors authentication are the security process in which the user to provides two means of the identification from separate categories of credentials.
Q200) What is git add?
adds the file changes to the staging area
Q201) What is git commit?
Commits the changes to the HEAD (staging area)
Q202) What is git push?
Sends the changes to the remote repository
Switch branch or restore working files
Q204) What is git branch?
Creates a branch
Q205) What is git fetch?
Fetch the latest history from the remote server and updates the local repo
Q206) What is git merge?
Joins two or more branches together
Q207) What is git pull?
Fetch from and integrate with another repository or a local branch (git fetch + git merge)
Q208) What is git rebase?
Process of moving or combining a sequence of commits to a new base commit
Q209) What is git revert?
To revert a commit that has already been published and made public
Q210 What is git clone?
Ans: clones the git repository and creates a working copy in the local machine
Q211) What is the difference between the Annie Playbook book and the characters?
The characters are a restructured entity of a play. Plays are on playbooks.
Example: Common, Winners. Example: site.yml, fooservers.yml, webservers.yml.
Q212) How do I see all the ansible_ variables list?
Ansible -m system hostname
It will print a dictionary of all the facts available for that particular host.
Q213) What is Doctor?
Docax is a container technology that connects your application and all its functions into the form of containers to ensure that you are running uninterrupted in any situation of your use.
Q214) What is the Tagore film?
Tucker is the source of the dagger container. Or in other words, dagger pictures are used to create containers.
Q215) What is the tooger container?
Dogger Container is a phenomenon of the film.
Q216) Do we consider Dev Devils as a smart way?
Of course, we !! The only difference between dynamic algorithms and DevObs is that the dynamic process is implemented for the development section and activates both DevOps development and functionality.
Q217) What are the benefits of using Git?
Data personality and copy
only one. A directory directory in the repository
High disk usage and network performance
Git can use any kind of projects.
Q218) What is kernel?
A kernel, the software that can easily change the hardware interfaces of your computer.
Q219) What is the difference between grep -i and grep -v?
I accept this value
- ls | grep -i docker
ls | grep -v docker
You can not find anything with name docker.tar.gz
Q220) You can define a specific location for the file
dd if = / dev / zero = = / swapfile1 bs = 1G count = 1
Q221) What is the concept of sudo in Linux?
Pseudo is an application for Unix-and Linux-based systems that provide the ability to allow
Q222) What is Jenkins pipe?
continuous delivery tube in Jenkins.
Q223) How to stop and restart the toxin container?
Stop container: stop container container ID
Reboot the Tucker Container now: Docer Re-container ID
Q224) Which sites are running by Tagore?
Docax is running on Linux and Cloud platforms only:
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS +
Google Compute Engine
Since support is not supported, do not work on Windows or Mac for token production, yes, even on windows you can use it for testing purposes
Q225) What are the tools used for taxi networking?
We usually use karfs and taxi bear to do taxi networking.
Q226) What does Tucker write?
You would like to have a number of taxiers containers, and at that time you need to create a file that creates a docer and type the command to make a taxi-up. It runs all containers mentioned in the docer compose file.
Q227) What is a scrum?
Using scrime based on your complex software and product development task as small particles, it uses reboots and additional procedures. Each replay is two weeks. Scrum has three characters: product owner, scrum master and team
Q228) Purpose for SSH?
SSH is a secure shell that allows users to login to a secure, encrypted mechanism into computers and transmitting files.Exit the remote machine and work on the command line.
Q229) Are DevOps implemented?
Creating product feedback and its development
IT Activities Development.
Q230) Do you want to list the active modes of DevOps?
DevOps is a process
Like the active DevOps.
A separate group is configured.
This will solve the problem.
Manufacturers manufacturing production
DevOps is a development-driven output management
Q231) Do you list the main difference between active and DevOffice?
There is something about dynamic software development
DevOps is about software deployment and management.
DevOps does not replace the active or lean. By removing waste, by removing gloves and improving regulations, it allows the production of rapid and continuous products.
Q233) How does DevOps help developers?
To correct the defect and immediately make innovative attributes.
This is the accuracy of the coordination between the members of the group.
Q234) What is Vegand and its Uses?
Virtual virtual box has been used as a hyperversion for virtual environments and in the current scenario it supports KVM. Kernel-based virtual machine
Vegant is a tool for creating and managing the environment for making software and experiments. Tutorials Tutorial Free Demo
Q235) What is the main difference between Linux and Unix operating systems?
It belongs to the multitasking, multiuser operating system family.
These are often used on web servers and workstations.
It was originally derived from AT & T Unix, which was started by the Bell Labs Research Center in the 1970s by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and many others.
Operating systems are both open source, but the comparison is relatively similar to Unix Linux.
Linux may be familiar to each programming language.
These personal computers are used.
Q236) How can we ensure how to prepare a new service for the products launched?
Q237) What is the benefit of NoSQL?
Independent and schema-less data model
Low latency and high performance
Q238) What is the adoption of Devokos in the profession
- Use of active and other developmental processes and methods.
- An increased ratio of production output is required from use and business.
- Virtual and Cloud Infrastructure Transfers from Internal and Outdoor Providers;
- Increased use of data center, automation and configuration management tools;
- Focusing on testing automation and serial coordination systems;
- Best Practices in Important Problems
- ETL is very low
- Support for structured text is provided
- Changes in periods are handled
- Key Objectives Function.
- The ability to measure horizontally
- Many data structures are provided.
- Vendors may be selected.
Q240) The first 10 capabilities of a person in the position of DevOp should be.
The best in system administration
Good technical skills
Good development skills
Chef in the automation tool experience
Real-time cloud movement