Linux Foundation Kubernetes Certifications Now Include Exam Simulator

New tool will enable those registered for a certification exam to experience the test environment before sitting for their exam.

SAN FRANCISCO June 2 2021 The Linux Foundation the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation CNCF which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software have announced that their three Kubernetes certification exams will now include access to an exam simulator enabling those registered for an exam to experience the exam environment before actually sitting for the exam.

Those registered for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator CKA Certified Kubernetes Application Developer CKAD and Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist CKS exams will have access to two attempts provided by Killer.sh. Each attempt grants 36 hours of access starting from the time of activation. The exam simulations include 20-25 questions similar to the ones candidates can expect to encounter on the real exam.

The questions presented in the simulator are the same for every attempt and every user unlike those found on the actual exams but are graded to give candidates an idea of how they are performing. The expectation is this offering will help candidates become comfortable and familiar with the environment in which they will sit for their certification.

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