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NEW QUESTION 1
You need to deploy the virtual machines to Azure.
Which four Azure PowerShell scripts should you run in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate scripts from the list of scripts to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
* In order to upload a VHD file to Azure, we need: References:
NEW QUESTION 2
You need to prepare the implementation of data storage for the contractor information app. What should you?
- A. Create a storage account and implement multiple data partitions.
- B. Create a Cloud Service and a Mobile Servic
- C. Implement Entity Group transactions.
- D. Create a Cloud Service and a Deployment grou
- E. Implement Entity Group transactions.
- F. Create a Deployment group and a Mobile Servic
- G. Implement multiple data partitions.
Explanation: * Scenario:
/ VanArsdel needs a solution to reduce the number of operations on the contractor information table. Currently, data transfer rates are excessive, and queue length for read/write operations affects performance.
/ A mobile service that is used to access contractor information must have automatically scalable, structured storage
* The basic unit of deployment and scale in Azure is the Cloud Service. References: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dd894038.aspx
NEW QUESTION 3
You need to recommend a technology for processing customer pickup requests. Which technology should you recommend?
- A. Notification hub
- B. Queue messaging
- C. Mobile Service with push notifications
- D. Service Bus messaging
Explanation: Service Bus queues are part of a broader Azure messaging infrastructure that supports queuing as well as publish/subscribe, Web service remoting, and integration patterns. Service Bus Queue support Push-style API (while Azure Queue messaging does not).
Not A: Notification Hub is only used to push notification, not for processing requests. Not B As a solution architect/developer, you should consider using Azure Queues when:
* Your application must store over 80 GB of messages in a queue, where the messages have a lifetime shorter than 7 days.
* Your application wants to track progress for processing a message inside of the queue. This is useful if the worker processing a message crashes. A subsequent worker can then
use that information to continue from where the prior worker left off.
You require server side logs of all of the transactions executed against your queues. Not C: To process the messages we do not need push notification.
Topic 6, Fourth CoffeeBackground
You are the new cloud architect for Fourth Coffee. I he company hosts an on-premises ASP.NET MVC web application to allow online purchases and to support their retail store operations.
The new chief information officer (CIO) has announced several initiatives for the new year, including a new mobile application, online training for retail store employees, and moving the current web application and other services to the cloud.
The marketing team hopes to see an increase in the up-time for the web application. The team would also like to allow users to use social-Nogms in addition to the current username and password system.
Fourth Coffee has chosen Microsoft Azure to support their initiatives.
In the Azure portal, you create an Azure Mobile App for the API. You create a Service Bus queue in Azure and install the Azure Storage SDK for Nodejs.
The mobile team attempts to use continuous deployment with the Azure App Service and the new API project. They receive the following error message: "Unable to access 'http://fourthcoffeeapi.azurewebsites.net/': Failed to connect to https://fourthcoffeeapi.scm.azurewebsites.net/"
Business requirement Web Application
*You must increase up-time for the application.
*The application must support additional regions and languages.
*Marketing must be able to validate the web application before updates to the application
are published to the production environment.
*The marketing team must be able to send frequent and timely updates to specific users
and devices including Apple iPad. iPhone, Android. Windows, and Windows Phone devices.
*Users must be able to use their social accounts to sign in to the application. You must support Linkedln, Facebook and Google logons.
*The application must remain responsive, even during peak periods.
Video streaming content must be made available and streamed to employee’s browsers. Training content must only include on-demand streaming. There will be no live content.
Technical requirement Web Application
*You must update the deployment process to support cloud deployments.
*All data must be formatted as JSON during transport.
*You must implement Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) as the version control system for the web application.
*Incoming messages to the API must be persisted to queue storage to ensure they are delivered and processed. You must restrict the size of messages between the mobile app and the API to no more than 5 gigabytes (GB).
*The web application must use geo-redundant replication.
*You must use Node.js as a technology platform. You must support all mobile initiatives when possible.
*You must implement Git as the version control system for the mobile app.
*You must develop a REST API by using Node.js. Express, and MongoDB. You must use the Mobile Apps feature of the Azure App Service to host the API in Standard mode.
*You must implement the following Push Notification Services by using Azure Media Services:
*Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) for iPad and iPhone devices
*Google Cloud Messaging service (GCM) for Android devices
*Windows Notification Service (WNS) for Windows devices
*Microsoft Push Notification Service (MPNS) for Windows Phone devices
Security and Disaster Recovery
*You must integrate the on-premises Active Directory Domain Services with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
*You must implement the latest federated identity standards to provide authentication and authorization to applications.
*You must implement Multi-Factor Authentication.
*The web application and the API must be able to recover from a disaster.
The web application and API must auto-scale according to the following rules:
*Scale up by one instance if CPU is above 70%.
*Scale down by one instance if CPU is below 50%.
*Streaming must include Content Delivery Network (CDN) capabilities to support global
*Content must be encrypted and protected by using AES and PlayReady.
*Streaming must include one gigabit (GB) per second of dedicated egress capacity.
*All videos must use adaptive bitrate MP4 encoded content and include a streaming manifest file
*You must support the following streaming formats for video files: MPEG DASH, HI_S, Smooth Streaming, HDS. You must not need to re-encode the content.
NEW QUESTION 4
You need to configure the deployment of the storage analysis application. What should you do?
- A. Create a new Mobile Service.
- B. Configure the deployment from source control.
- C. Add a new deployment slot.
- D. Turn on continuous integration.
Explanation: Scenario: Data analysis results:
The solution must provide a web service that allows applications to access the results of analysis.
NEW QUESTION 5
You manage an Azure subscription. You develop a storage plan with the following requirements:
* Database backup files that are generated once per year are retained for ten years.
* High performance system telemetry logs are created constantly and processed for analysis every month.
In the table below, identify the storage redundancy type that must be used. Make only one selection in each column.
Explanation: DB Backups: Geo-Redundant storage (GRS)
GRS is the same as LRS, plus multiple asynchronous copies to a second data center hundreds of miles away.
NEW QUESTION 6
You administer a DirSync server configured with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). You need to provision a user in Azure AD without waiting for the default DirSync synchronization interval.
What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
- A. Restart the DirSync server
- B. Run the Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync PowerShell cmdlet.
- C. Run the Enable-SyncShare PowerShell cmdlet.
- D. Run the Azure AD Sync tool Configuration Wizard.
- E. Replicate the Directory in Active Directory Sites and Services.
Explanation: References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/connect/active- directory-aadconnect
NEW QUESTION 7
You manage two solutions in separate Azure subscriptions. You need to ensure that the two solutions can communicate on a private network. Which three actions should you
perform in sequence?
Explanation: Step 1 - Plan your IP address ranges
* Step 2 - Create the virtual networks Step 3 - Configure the local site
* Step 4 - Create the virtual network gateway Step 5 - Configure TestVNet4 settings
Step 6 - Update the local sites
Step 7 - Retrieve values from the network configuration file
* Step 8 - Create the VPN gateway connections
NEW QUESTION 8
You are designing an Azure application. The application includes services hosted in different geographic locations. The service locations may change.
You must minimize the cost of communication between services.
You need to recommend an approach for data transmission between your application and Azure services. The solution must minimize administrative effort.
What should you recommend?
- A. Azure Table storage
- B. Service Bus queue
- C. Service Management API
- D. Azure Queue storage
Explanation: The cost of ACS transactions is insignificant when performing messaging operations against Service Bus queues. Service Bus acquires one ACS token per a single instance of the messaging factory object. The token is then reused until it expires, after about 20 minutes. Therefore, the volume of messaging operations in Service Bus is not directly proportional to the amount of ACS transactions required to support these operations.
NEW QUESTION 9
You administer an Azure Web Site named contosoweb that uses a production database. You deploy changes to contosoweb from a deployment slot named contosoweb-staging.
You discover issues in contosoweb that are affecting customer data. You need to resolve the issues in contosoweb while ensuring minimum downtime for users. You swap contosoweb to contosoweb-staging.
Which four steps should you perform next in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
NEW QUESTION 10
You need to assign permissions for the Virtual Machine (VM) workloads that you migrate to Azure.
The solution must use the principal of least privileges. What should you do?
- A. Create all VMs in the cloud service named Groupl and then connect to the Azure subscriptio
- B. Run the following Windows PowerShell command: New- AzureRoleAssignment -Mail firstname.lastname@example.org -RoleDefinitionName Contributor - ResourceGroupName group1
- C. In the Azure portal, select an individual virtual machine and add an owner.
- D. In the Azure portal, assign read permission to the user at the subscription level.
- E. Create each VM in a separate cloud service and then connect to the Azure subscriptio
- F. Run the following Windows PowerShell command:Get-AzureVM | New- AzureRoleAssignment -Mail email@example.com -RoleDefinitionName Contributor
Explanation: * Scenario: Permissions must be assigned by using Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
* Role-Based access control (RBAC) in the Azure Portal and Azure Resource Management API allows you to manage access to your subscription at a fine-grained level. With this feature, you can grant access for Active Directory users, groups, or service principals by assigning some roles to them at a particular scope.
Create a role assignment
Use New-AzureRoleAssignment to create a role assignment.
Example: This will create a role assignment for a group at a resource group level.
PS C:\> New-AzureRoleAssignment -ObjectID <group object ID> -RoleDefinitionName Reader -ResourceGroupName group1
NEW QUESTION 11
You are designing an Azure application that will use a worker role. The worker role will create temporary files.
You need to minimize storage transaction charges. Where should you create the files?
- A. In Azure local storage
- B. In Azure Storage page blobs
- C. On an Azure Drive
- D. In Azure Storage block blobs
Explanation: Local storage is temporary in Azure. So, if the virtual machine supporting your role dies and cannot recover, your local storage is lost! Therefore, Azure developers will tell you, only volatile data should ever be stored in local storage of Azure.
References: http://www.intertech.com/Blog/windows-azure-local-file-storage-how-to-guide- and-warnings/
NEW QUESTION 12
Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.
After you answer a question in this sections, you will NOT be able to return to it. As a result, these questions will not appear in the review screen.
You are designing a storage solution to support on-premises resources and Azure-hosted resources.
You need to provide on-premises storage that has built-in replication to Azure. Solution: You include Azure File Storage in the design.
Does the solution meet the goal?
- A. Yes
- B. No
NEW QUESTION 13
You need to implement resource security and authentication.
For each requirement, which solution should you implement? To answer, drag the appropriate solution to the correct requirement. Each solution may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
NEW QUESTION 14
You have an Azure website that runs on several instances. You have a WebJob that provides additional functionality to the website.
The WebJob must run on all instances of the website.
You need to ensure that the WebJob runs even when the website is idle for long periods of time.
How should you create and configure the WebJob object? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
Explanation: * You can run programs or scripts in WebJobs in your App Service web app in three ways: on demand, continuously, or on a schedule.
* For continuous WebJobs there is an important feature called "always on" which is only available for a Standard Website, this will make sure your Website and WebJob are always up.
References: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/web-sites-create-web- jobs/
NEW QUESTION 15
You manage several Azure virtual machines (VMs). You create a custom image to be used by employees on the development team.
You need to ensure that the custom image is available when you deploy new servers. Which Azure Power Shell cmdlet should you use?
- A. Update-AzureVMImage
- B. Add-AzureVhd
- C. Add-AzureVMImage
- D. Update-AzureDisk
- E. Add-AzureDataDis
Explanation: The Add-AzureVMImage cmdlet adds a new operating system image or a new virtual machine image to the image repository. The image is a generalized operating system image, using either Sysprep for Windows or, for Linux, using the appropriate tool for the distribution.
NEW QUESTION 16
You are converting an existing ASP.NET web application to use the Azure Active Directory (AD) Access Control service for authentication. The application will authenticate users by using their Yahoo account credentials. You need to determine the correct payload for each stage of the authentication process. What should you do? To answer, drag the appropriate payload format to the correct location on the dialog box. Each payload format may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
Explanation: Azure AD can support password-based single sign on for any cloud-based app that has an HTML-based sign-in page. By using a custom browser plugin, AAD automates the user’s sign in process via securely retrieving application credentials such as the username and the password from the directory, and enters these credentials into the application’s sign in page on behalf of the user.
Microsoft Azure Active Directory Access Control (also known as Access Control Service or ACS) supports federation with Yahoo! as an identity provider using the OpenID 2.0
NEW QUESTION 17
You need to persist the API messages.
Which five steps should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
NEW QUESTION 18
You are the administrator for a company that has an Azure Premium Storage account.
You receive a .vhdx file from the development team. You plan to create one unique Azure virtual machine (VM) from the file. You plan to run the VM as a domain controller.
You need to upload the .vhdx file to Azure.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
NEW QUESTION 19
You need to configure availability for the virtual machines that the company is migrating to Azure.
What should you implement?
- A. Traffic Manager
- B. Availability Sets
- C. Virtual Machine Autoscaling
- D. Cloud Services
Explanation: Scenario: VanArsdel plans to migrate several virtual machine (VM) workloads into Azure.
Topic 2, Trey ResearchBackground
Trey Research conducts agricultural research and sells the results to the agriculture and food industries. The company uses a combination of on-premises and third-party server clusters to meet its storage needs. Trey Research has seasonal demands on its services, with up to 50 percent drops in data capacity and bandwidth demand during low-demand periods. They plan to host their websites in an agile, cloud environment where the company can deploy and remove its websites based on its business requirements rather than the requirements of the hosting company.
A recent fire near the datacenter that Trey Research uses raises the management team's awareness of the vulnerability of hosting all of the company's websites and data at any single location. The management team is concerned about protecting its data from loss as a result of a disaster.
Trey Research has a portfolio of 300 websites and associated background processes that are currently hosted in a third-party datacenter. All of the websites are written in ASP.NET, and the background processes use Windows Services. The hosting environment costs Trey Research approximately S25 million in hosting and maintenance fees.
Trey Research also has on-premises servers that run VMs to support line-of-business applications. The company wants to migrate the line-of-business applications to the cloud, one application at a time. The company is migrating most of its production VMs from an aging VMWare ESXi farm to a Hyper-V cluster that runs on Windows Server 2012.
Trey Research has a web application named Distributiontracking. This application
constantly collects realtime data that tracks worldwide distribution points to customer retail sites. This data is available to customers at all times.
The company wants to ensure that the distribution tracking data is stored at a location that is geographically close to the customers who will be using the information. The system must continue running in the event of VM failures without corrupting data. The system is processor intensive and should be run in a multithreading environment.
The company has a human resources (HR) application named HRApp that stores data in an on-premises SQL Server database. The database must have at least two copies, but data to support backups and business continuity must stay in Trey Research locations only. The data must remain on-premises and cannot be stored in the cloud.
HRApp was written by a third party, and the code cannot be modified. The human resources data is used by all business offices, and each office requires access to the entire database. Users report that HRApp takes all night to generate the required payroll reports, and they would like to reduce this time.
Trey Research has an application named MetricsTracking that is used to track analytics for the DistributionTracking web application. The data MetricsTracking collects is not customer-facing. Data is stored on an on-premises SQL Server database, but this data should be moved to the cloud. Employees at other locations access this data by using a remote desktop connection to connect to the application, but latency issues degrade the functionality.
Trey Research wants a solution that allows remote employees to access metrics data without using a remote desktop connection. MetricsTracking was written in-house, and the development team is available to make modifications to the application if necessary. However, the company wants to continue to use SQL Server for MetricsTracking.
Business Requirements Business Continuity
You have the following requirements:
✑ Move all customer-facing data to the cloud.
✑ Web servers should be backed up to geographically separate locations,
✑ If one website becomes unavailable, customers should automatically be routed to websites that are still operational.
✑ Data must be available regardless of the operational status of any particular website.
✑ The HRApp system must remain on-premises and must be backed up.
✑ The MetricsTracking data must be replicated so that it is locally available to all Trey Research offices.
Auditing and Security
You have the following requirements:
✑ Both internal and external consumers should be able to access research results.
✑ Internal users should be able to access data by using their existing company credentials without requiring multiple logins.
✑ Consumers should be able to access the service by using their Microsoft credentials.
✑ Applications written to access the data must be authenticated.
✑ Access and activity must be monitored and audited.
✑ Ensure the security and integrity of the data collected from the worldwide distribution points for the distribution tracking application.
Storage and Processing
You have the following requirements:
✑ Provide real-time analysis of distribution tracking data by geographic location.
✑ Collect and store large datasets in real-time data for customer use.
✑ Locate the distribution tracking data as close to the central office as possible to improve bandwidth.
✑ Co-locate the distribution tracking data as close to the customer as possible based on the customer's location.
✑ Distribution tracking data must be stored in the JSON format and indexed by
metadata that is stored in a SQL Server database.
✑ Data in the cloud must be stored in geographically separate locations, but kept with the same political boundaries.
Technical Requirements Migration
You have the following requirements:
✑ Deploy all websites to Azure.
✑ Replace on-premises and third-party physical server clusters with cloud-based solutions.
✑ Optimize the speed for retrieving exiting JSON objects that contain the distribution tracking data.
✑ Recommend strategies for partitioning data for load balancing.
Auditing and Security
You have the following requirements:
✑ Use Active Directory for internal and external authentication.
✑ Use OAuth for application authentication.
You have the following requirements:
✑ Data must be backed up to separate geographic locations.
✑ Web servers must run concurrent versions of all websites in distinct geographic locations.
✑ Use Azure to back up the on-premises MetricsTracking data.
✑ Use Azure virtual machines as a recovery platform for MetricsTracking and HRApp.
✑ Ensure that there is at least one additional on-premises recovery environment for the HRApp.
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