AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications Quiz Answers

AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications Week 01 Quiz Answers

Amazon Lex Quiz Answers

Q1. What is an “intent”?

  • A particular goal that the user wants to achieve.

Q2. What is a slot?

  • Data that the user must provide to fulfill the intent.

Q3. What service does Amazon Lex use for text-to-speech?

  • Amazon Poly

Amazon S3 Quiz Answers

Q1. Static websites created with Amazon S3 can be interactive.

  • True

Q2. From which of the following services can Amazon CloudFront retrieve content? Select all that apply.

  • Your own datacenter
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon S3

Q3. With Amazon CloudFront, your S3 bucket permissions must be Public Read Access.

  • False

Q4. AWS WAF allows you to specify restrictions on access to content based upon IP address.

  • True

AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications Week 02 Quiz Answers

Amazon CloudFront Quiz Answers

Q1. From which of the following services can Amazon CloudFront retrieve content? Select all that apply.

  • Your own datacenter
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon S3

Q2. With Amazon CloudFront, your 53 bucket permissions must be Public Read Access.

  • False

Amazon API Gateway Quiz Answers

Q1. Amazon API Gateway is used to create a content distribution network.

  • False

Q2. CORS is configured in which Amazon service?

  • Amazon API Gateway

AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications Week 03 Quiz Answers

IAM

Q1. IAM roles provide authentication to log in to your application.

  • False

Q2. IAM Roles are associated with a specific user or group.

Amazon Lambda Quiz Answers

Q1. What is AWS Lambda?

  • An event-driven, serverless computing platform that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the compute resources required by that code.

Amazon DynamoDB Quiz Answers

Q1. Amazon DynamoDB is what type of database solution?

  • Non-relational, NoSQL database

Q2. Select the two things that need to be provided when you are creating a table in DynamoDb.

  • Table Name
  • Primary Key

AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications End of Course Assessment Quiz Answers

Q1. What is an “intent”?

  • A particular goal that the user wants to achieve.

Q2. What is a slot?

  • Data that the user must provide to fulfill the intent.

Q3. What access do you need to provide on your Amazon S3 Bucket for Website Access?

  • Public Read Access

Q4. What service does Amazon Lex use for text-to-speech?

  • Amazon Poly

Q5. From which of the following services can Amazon CloudFront retrieve content? Select all that apply.

  • Your own datacenter
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon S3

Q6. AWS WAF allows you to specify restrictions on access to content based upon IP address.

  • True

Q7. Amazon API Gateway is used to create a content distribution network.

  • False

Q8. With Amazon CloudFront, your S3 bucket permissions must be Public Read Access.

  • False

Q9. CORS is configured in which Amazon service?

  • Amazon API Gateway

Q10. IAM roles provide authentication to log in to your application.

  • False

Q11. What is AWS Lambda?

  • An event-driven, serverless computing platform that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the compute resources required by that code.

Q12. Select the two things that need to be provided when you are creating a table in DynamoDb.

  • Table Name
  • Primary Key

Q13. IAM Roles are associated with a specific user or group.

  • False

Q14. Amazon DynamoDB is what type of database solution?

  • Non-relational, NoSQL database

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