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APMG ASL®2 Foundation Exam Simulator

multiple choice exam (ABCD)
one correct answer per question
# of questions: 40 | 65% to pass (26)
duration: 60 minutes

Copyright ┬ę Miros┼éaw D─ůbrowski

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1. By providing good examples of the implementation of application management processes, what kind of tool is ASL?

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2. What is the central subject of the Application Management Organization Strategy (AMOS) cluster?

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3. What type of threat to the continuity of an information system is fraud?

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4. Which of the following statements about the "Quality Management" process are TRUE?

  1. A quality plan is a plan for maintaining, improving or innovating the quality system
  2. Amongst other things, a quality system includes descriptions of the way of working, the production process, aids, methods, tools and techniques

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5. What process reports on the availability of an application?

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6. Which process is part of the Application Strategy (AS) cluster?

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7. In which sequence should the ASL processes be introduced, according to ASL?

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8. What sub-process of the IT operation management process gives an insight into the capacity means of the infrastructure concerning the needs of the application?

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9. To which process does "Change Management" process provide information about changes, for proactive communication to the customers?

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10. Which is an activity of the "Impact Analysis" process?

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11. Which is managed by "Planning and Control" process?

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12. What is the benefit of working with releases?

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13. Which is NOT monitored by the "Financial Management" process?

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14. Which describes a relationship between the "Impact Analysis" and the "Change Management" processes?

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15. In the context of application management, which information is held in the CMDB?

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16. What is the purpose of a cost-charging structure?

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17. What is the first step in the design cycle?

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18. What process would handle a problem defined within "Use Support" when multiple incidents are reported with the same cause?

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19. What process ensures that threats are determined?

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20. Which test verifies whether a renewed system conforms to the requirements concerning transaction times?

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21. Which two strategic processes should work together?

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22. Which is an application-oriented process cluster within the ASL framework?

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23. Which is an activity of the "Testing" process?

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24. Which is an example of proactive communication by the "Use Support" process to the user organization?

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25. What process designs and adapts the supply constellation?

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26. Which process within the Application sSrategy (AS) cluster determines strategy?

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27. What levels are identified within the ASL framework?

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28. What is the collection of objects to be distributed called in ASL?

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29. What process identifies the configuration items that are affected by proposed changes?

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30. On what topic focuses the "Quality Management" process next to the quality of product, process and organization?

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31. Which describes a relationship between the "Supplier Management" and "Configuration Management" processes?

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32. Which are management topics in the Management Processes (MP) cluster?

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33. What process is responsible for producing an emergency fallback plan?

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34. When implementing an application in a user organization, which type of application management organization will have to make most effort?

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35. Which is an example of "financial market conformity"?

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36. Which process does NOT form part of the Application Maintenance and Renewal (AMAR) cluster?

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37. What type of tool is the feature of the ASL framework that provides an unequivocal definition of concepts and activities?

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38. What process ensures that modified application documentation is secured for the processes within application management?

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39. What is the goal of the "Impact Analysis" process?

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40. Who or what process gives the order to the "Software Control and Distribution" process to distribute a new release?

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The APMG ASL®2 Syllabus

The document was created with training companies in mind, so-called Accredited Training Organizations (ATOs). It provides information on the scope of ASL®2 exams, thereby allowing for the design of training and training materials following the requirements of APMG so that the training and materials fully prepare candidates for Foundation and Practitioner exams.

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ASL®2: A Framework For Application Management

The official ASL®2 qualification/exams AND official, accredited ASL®2 courses are entirely based ONLY on the content covered in the publication below:

  • Title: ASL┬«2: A Framework For Application Management
  • Pages: 238
  • ISBN-10: 9087533136
  • ISBN-13: 978-9087533137
Remko van der Pols - The Author of the Application Services Library 2 (ASL®2)

Remko van der Pols,
ASL®2 Author

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ASL®2 Self-assessment - Diagnosis for Application Management

A comprehensive guide for organizations to self-assess their application management processes. The structure and approach detailed in the document are aimed at identifying strengths and weaknesses, determining maturity levels, and planning improvements. The handbook provides a detailed framework for organizations to evaluate their application management processes. It outlines a structured self-assessment approach aimed at identifying strengths, weaknesses, and maturity levels across various process clusters. These clusters include application support, application maintenance and renewal, connecting processes, management processes, application strategy, and application management organization strategy. The document emphasizes the importance of using the assessment results to pinpoint bottlenecks and plan targeted improvements. It also includes tools for analyzing the results and assigning responsibilities to ensure effective implementation of improvement actions.

  • Title: ASL┬«2: Self-assessment – Diagnosis for Application Management
  • Pages: 45
  • ISBN-10: 9087537409
  • ISBN-13: 978-9087537401

ASL®2 framework A3 poster variant #1 (clean design version)

The ASL┬«2 (Application Services Library 2) framework A3 poster, outlines a comprehensive structure for managing application services within an organization. I made this poster in vector format, a default A3 page size, so it can be easily printed and scaled as needed. Version #1 has a “cleaner” design, without background images.

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