Software System Design
The Software Systems Design Test is a premium Cybrary assessment created by iMocha. The exam will access the candidate's design skills with a focus on System Design Principles and Considerations. Other topics covered include the Handling Design and Development of Software and Software Security.
The Software Systems Design Test is a 20-minute exam intended for students at the intermediate level. Students who know system design tools, methods, and techniques, as well as structured analysis principles, may find that the time required to complete and pass the exam is reasonable. Completing the lab will help students develop skills in analyzing the needs of users and the requirements to plan and conduct system development, including evaluating the accuracy of security designs. These skills are essential for the Systems Developer and Systems Designer work roles. The exam also ensures students can apply privacy principles such as confidentiality, integrity, availability, and authentication to organizational requirements as well as analyze design constraints, trade-offs, and life cycle support. These tasks are essential for the Software Developer, Information Systems Security Developer, System Software Engineer, and Enterprise Architect work roles.
Quick Info • Skills: System design tools, methods, and techniques, analysis of user needs and requirements, plan and conduct system development, evaluate security designs, apply privacy principles, and analyze design constraints, trade-offs, and life cycle support • Time limit: 20 min • Skill Level: Intermediate • Work roles: Systems Developer, Systems Designer, Software Developer, Information Systems Security Developer, System Software Engineer, and Enterprise Architect