Nginx is an open-source web server that, since its initial success as a web server, is now also used as a reverse proxy, HTTP cache, and load balancer, as well as an IMAP/POP3 proxy server. It is most pronounced as “Engine-Ex,” and Nginx has emerged as the third most popular Web server behind the Apache Web server and Microsoft’s IIS. Nginx uses a much more scalable, event-driven (asynchronous) architecture.
Nginx online test helps tech recruiters and hiring managers to assess a candidate’s ability to build a proxy server, load balancing server with Nginx. Nginx assessment test is created & validated by experienced industry experts to assess & hire job-fit Nginx admin as per the industry standards.
Online Nginx test helps to screen the candidates who possess traits as follows:
1. Excellent experience of working on CDN systems, Load balancer configurations with Nginx 2. Ability to administer, troubleshoot, backup/restore, scripting Nginx server 3. Strong knowledge of administration of caching technologies 4. Good Knowledge on Linux administration 5. Experience with supporting Nginx
You can also get a customized test with questions based any product provided by Nginx.
Nginx skills test enables employers and recruiters to identify potential hires by evaluating their working skills and job readiness. For this reason, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.
Using role-based access control you can allocate system access rights (such as test creator, interviewer, evaluator etc.) based on responsibilities of team members. This feature will help you to make the recruitment process more secure and unbiased. You can use our cheating prevention function to avoid malpractices during the test.
Nginx assessment test is designed with consideration of EEOC guidelines for candidate assessment. It will help recruiters to assess and hire diverse talent without any bias.
Nginx pre-employment test may contain MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, LogicBox (AI-based Pseudo-Coding Platform), Coding Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.
Assume you are configuring nginx as a reverse proxy. Whenever you access the application using nginx, the page fails to load. When you attempt to access it directly via the backend it works, which log should you check in this scenario?
Suppose a web portal is running on several Weblogic application servers in the backend and you are required to configure nginx to perform a health check on each application server before forwarding the request by using a health test location on the backend. If the backend returns an HTTP response of 200, nginx may forward the request. Which block/ parameter will be used to describe the valid response of the health check?