HashiCorp Consul Associate (Networking Automation) Certification Exam Syllabus

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It is recommended for all the candidates to refer the Consul Associate objectives and sample questions provided in this preparation guide. The HashiCorp Networking Automation certification is mainly targeted to the candidates who want to build their career in Networking Automation domain and demonstrate their expertise. We suggest you to use practice exam listed in this cert guide to get used to with exam environment and identify the knowledge areas where you need more work prior to taking the actual HashiCorp Certified Consul Associate exam.

HashiCorp Consul Associate Exam Summary:

Exam Name
HashiCorp Certified Consul Associate (Networking Automation)
Exam Code Consul Associate
Exam Price $70 USD
Duration 60 minutes
Number of Questions 57
Passing Score Pass / Fail (Approx 70%)
Recommended Training / Books Prepare for the exam
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Sample Questions HashiCorp Consul Associate Sample Questions
Recommended Practice HashiCorp Certified - Consul Associate Practice Test

HashiCorp Networking Automation Syllabus:

Section Objectives
Explain Consul architecture - Identify the components of Consul datacenter, including agents and communication protocols
- Prepare Consul for high availability and performance
- Identify Consul's core functionality
- Differentiate agent roles
Deploy a single datacenter - Start and manage the Consul process
- Interpret a Consul agent configuration
- Configure Consul network addresses and ports
- Describe and configure agent join and leave behaviors
Register services and use service discovery - Interpret a service registration
- Differentiate ways to register a single service
- Interpret a service configuration with health check
- Check the service catalog status from the output of the DNS/API interface or via the Consul UI
- Interpret a prepared query
- Use a prepared query
Access the Consul key/value (KV) - Understand the capabilities and limitations of the KV store
- Interact with the KV store using both the Consul CLI and UI
- Monitor KV changes using watch
- Monitor KV changes using envconsul and consul-template
Back up and restore - Describe the content of a snapshot
- Back up and restore the datacenter
- [Enterprise] Describe the benefits of snapshot agent features
Use Consul service mesh - Understand Consul Connect service mesh high level architecture
- Describe configuration for registering a service proxy
- Describe intentions for Consul Connect service mesh
- Check intentions in both the Consul CLI and UI
Secure agent communication - Understanding Consul security/threat model
- Differentiate certificate types needed for TLS encryption
- Understand the different TLS encryption settings for a fully secure datacenter
Secure services with basic access control lists (ACL) - Set up and configure a basic ACL system
- Create policies
- Manage token lifecycle: multiple policies, token revoking, ACL roles, service identities
- Perform a CLI request using a token
- Perform an API request using a token
Use gossip encryption - Understanding the Consul security/threat model
- Configure gossip encryption for the existing data center
- Manage the lifecycle of encryption keys
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