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Oracle Infrastructure as a Service 2018 Implementation Essentials

Question No: 21

You have used orchestrations to specify security lists, security rules, security IP lists, IP reservations, and storage volumes. You are now creating instances.

Which three relationships (dependencies) must you define to ensure that the entire topology can be started and stopped without errors?

  1. from instances to IP reservation

  2. from instances to security rules

  3. from instances to storage volumes

  4. from security IP lists to security rules

  5. from security rules to security lists

Answer: A,C,E

Question No: 22

A customer using Oracle Compute Cloud Service for a critical application has experienced intermittent performance issues. By moving the customer to a Dedicated Compute account, what capability would you use to help resolve the problem?

  1. You can create more VMs for increased processing power.

  2. You can split or span multiple domains.

  3. You can isolate applications, resources, and virtual machines (VMs) at the hardware level so there is no impact from other customers.

  4. You can configure the memory at the hardware level to 256 bit for application optimization and caching.

Answer: D

Question No: 23

What explanation would you provide to a customer who wants to set up a container in Oracle Storage Cloud Service and needs to understand how objects in the two container classes (Storage and Archive) are downloaded?

  1. Objects in Standard containers can be downloaded directly, whereas objects in Archive containers must be restored before they can be downloaded.

  2. There is no difference how objects in containers are downloaded.

  3. Users need to be assigned different roles to download data from Archive and Standard containers.

  4. Data cannot be downloaded from an Archive container.

  5. The REST API interface for Archive storage is entirely different from that for Standard storage.

Answer: A

Question No: 24

After successfully creating an Oracle Linux instance, which two tasks could you perform to validate that it is working?

  1. Ping the instance from an external host by using the public IP address of the instance.

  2. Ping the instance from an instance in another security list in the same domain, using the private IP address of the instance.

  3. Log in to the instance with its public IP address from an external host by using SSH.

  4. Log in to the instance with its private IP address from an instance in the same security list by using SSH.

Answer: B,D

Question No: 25

Identify two ways in which data can be stored and retrieved from Oracle Storage Cloud Service.

  1. using a SOAP web service

  2. using SQL*Net

  3. using XSFTP

  4. using the Java library

  5. using a RESTful web service

Answer: D,E

Question No: 26

Four steps must be completed in order to prepare Oracle Compute Cloud Service before provisioning Oracle Storage Cloud Service Appliance – Cloud Distribution.

  1. Create the security rules for permitting HTTPS traffic, NFS traffic, NFS access, and SSH connections to the appliance instance.

  2. Generate the necessary SSH key pairs and add the public keys to Oracle Compute Cloud Service.

  3. Identify (or create) a security list in Oracle Compute Cloud Service for the appliance instance.

  4. To enable NFS access to the appliance instance, create a security application in Oracle Compute Cloud Service.

In what order do you execute them?

  1. bcda

  2. bacd

  3. abcd

  4. acdb

Answer: A

Question No: 27

After subscribing to an Oracle Cloud service, what is your next step?

  1. E-mail your Oracle representative for the activation key.

  2. Log in to My Oracle Support (MOS) and verify that the service has been added to your account and has been activated.

  3. On the Oracle Cloud My Services page, verify that the subscribed service is active.

  4. Start using the service.

  5. Deploy the service.

Answer: B

Question No: 28

Identify two applicable use cases for Oracle Compute Cloud Service – Compute Capacity.

  1. running instances on hardware shared with other tenants

  2. moving an application to the public cloud and maintaining hardware isolation from other tenants in the cloud

  3. performance management of applications that are moved to the public cloud

  4. small-scale provisioning and tearing down of virtual machines for test and development environments in the public cloud

  5. backupand disaster recovery of Oracle-packaged applications and SaaS applications

Answer: A,B

Question No: 29

You have requested and received an authentication token from Oracle Storage Cloud Service by sending your user credentials to the service. What is your next step?

  1. Activate your token.

  2. Perform your operations against your service instance by using your token within 30 minutes.

  3. Perform your operations, so idle time does not invalidate your token.

  4. Start moving your data to the Cloud. Tokens are valid as long as your subscription is active.

Answer: B

Question No: 30

Which three attributes of a virtual machine (VM) can be set in Oracle Compute Cloud Service?

  1. the physical server on which the VM should be hosted

  2. the amount of RAM allocated to the VM

  3. Oracle Storage Cloud Servicecontainers attached to the VM

  4. the number of Oracle Compute Units (OCPUs) allocated to the VM

  5. VM image (operating system and disk size)

Answer: B,D,E

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