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Need to practice your AWS skills for an upcoming job interview? Try solving these AWS interview questions that test knowledge of Amazon’s cloud infrastructure with topics like EC2, Route 53, Elastic Beanstalk, and others. We’ll provide feedback on your answers, and can use a hint if you get stuck.

These AWS interview questions are examples of real tasks used by employers to screen job candidates such as cloud architects, DevOps engineers, system administrators, and others that require knowledge of cloud infrastructure on the Amazon platform.

1. Git to Host


You want to use an EC2 instance to host a website. The code for your website is in a Git repository.

Select all of the actions you need to perform to host the website on EC2.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Launch an EC2 on demand instance (e.g. t2.medium).
Open port 3000 and 443 in the instance security group.
Clone the project repository and install it’s dependencies.
Install and configure a web server to serve the website.
Create a snapshot of the instance volume.

2. Internal Website

EC2 Route 53 S3

Your boss has requested that you create a simple and inexpensive AWS solution that would make an internal website publicly available.

Furthermore, because of security restraints, AWS resources are accessible from within the company, but AWS services cannot access the company network.

Which statements would allow you to implement a solution based on these constraints?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Copy the website to an EC2 instance and create the relevant Route 53 records.
Use the AWS Route 53 Service to extend the company network.
Create an account with AWS Simple Notification Services and provide your company website location.
Copy the website to an S3 bucket and create a Lamba application.
Create an AWS Elastic Beanstalk application and configure it to host the website.

3. Web Service

Elastic Beanstalk HTTPS

You are maintaining a Java web service that has been deployed into AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EBS), and want to enable HTTPS support.

Select the correct statements.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

EBS supports only Java applications running on Apache Tomcat.
SSL support can be enabled in AWS Elastic Load Balancing (ELB).
An SSL certificate named web_ssl.cer should be added root dir of the project.
HTTPS can also be enabled by adding configuration into .ebextensions.

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