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Site Reliability Test
Test duration:
20
min
No. of questions:
10
Level of experience:
Entry/Mid/Senior

Site Reliability Test

Our Site reliability test is the preferred pre-employment test for recruiters and hiring managers to hire job-fit candidates for roles such as Site Reliability Engineer. The Site Reliability assessment evaluates candidates on SLI, SLA, and SLO topics. This pre-hire assessment can reduce hiring time by 45% and improve the interview-to-selection ratio by 62%.

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Site Reliability Test

Site reliability engineering (SRE) is a discipline that incorporates aspects of software engineering and applies them to infrastructure and operations problems. The main goals are to create scalable and highly reliable software systems. SRE essentially involves creating a bridge between development and operations. SRE’s approach is applying a software engineering mindset to system administration areas.  

iMocha’s online Site reliability test has a unique set of questions. You can also create or ask us to customize a test with questions specific to your job requirement.  

Site reliability assessment is designed considering EEOC guidelines. It will help you to assess and hire diverse talent without any bias.

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Test Summary

Site Reliability Engineer skills test helps to screen the candidates who possess traits as follows:

  • Good knowledge of SLAs (Scalable Link Interfaces)
  • Experience in handling service-level objective (SLO) elements in the SLA process
  • Familiarity with SLIs (Scalable Link Interface) in site reliability engineering

Site Engineer test has a robust reporting feature that will help you get instant results and an option to share this result with your recruiting team. You can analyze section wise performance of the candidate to gauge his strengths and weaknesses. Features like window violation and webcam proctoring help detect cheating during the test. 

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  • Site Reliability Engineer
Test Duration
20
min
No. of Questions
10
Level of Expertise
Entry/Mid/Senior
Topics Covered
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SLI

Site Reliability test assesses candidate's knowledge of Scalable Link Interface- a multi-GPU technology. It is based on the principle of parallel processing, where two or more GPUs share the load of game or graphics application

SLO

Site Reliability skills test checks knowledge of Service-Level Objective (SLO), a key element of a service-level agreement (SLA) between a service provider and a customer
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SLA

The test evaluates candidates based on understanding of the Service-Level Agreement. It is an agreement between a party that offers some services and users of those services
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Sample Question
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Question type
Multiple Option
Topics covered
SRE
Difficulty
Hard

Question:

You're working on a pipeline with a series of stages, where you defined an SLO per stage. You've noticed end-to-end data corruption, which wasn't detected, where the user isn't seeing the data being passed from an upstream job. The cause for this is:


Options

  • You should implement multiple SLOs per stage instead of using only one, which would allow detection for such bugs.
  • The SLOs must be incorrectly defined since this type of SLO measurement should capture the end-to-end health of your system.
  • There is nothing wrong with the measured SLOs and the way of detecting the errors.
  • The upstream stage is passing data that a downstream job isn't expecting and just omits it. Since you were using per-stage SLOs, there was no way the system could detect this as both stages believed they were performing correctly. You should only measure the SLO for the sum of all stages.
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