Study Tips for CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-003 Exam

I passed another certification exam, this time for CompTIA’s Cloud+.  It was harder than I expected, but I passed with a score of 777 out of 900.

The test was all single answer multiple choice, with a few PICK TWO questions.

The first question was the only Performance Based Question (PBQ), and it involved reviewing the configuration of a network diagram.  I had to review all the configuration information on several hosts, routers, firewalls, a DNS server, a load balancer, an application server, a sever cluster, and a VPN.  The first task was to identify the device or devices that were misconfigured, and the second task was to chose on or two corrections that would fix the misconfiguration.

I found an image from study material for the CV0-002 exam, but the layout is identical to what I saw on the CV0-003.


Other question topics included the different scenarios to use for migration techniques and backup types for Disaster Recovery and live migration, database replication, storage-level mirroring, full backups, or incremental backups.

There is a nice discussion happening on Reddit at 

And here is my Google dork for searching Reddit for more information: CV0-003 cloud+ PBQ


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