Microsoft 70-533 ExamImplementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions

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Q51. DRAG DROP 

You administer a virtual machine (VM) that is deployed to Azure. The VM hosts a web service that is used by several applications. 

You need to ensure that the VM sends a notification In the event that the average response time for the web service exceeds a pre-defined response time for an hour or more. 

Which three 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. 

Answer: 


Q52. DRAG DROP 

Your development team has created a new solution that is deployed in a virtual network named fabDevVNet. 

Your testing team wants to begin testing the solution in a second Azure subscription. 

You need to create a virtual network named fabTestVNet that is identical to fabDevVNet. You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort. 

Which three 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. 

Answer: 


Q53. You administer a Windows Server virtual machine (VM). 

You upload the VM to Azure. 

You need to ensure that you are able to deploy the BGInfo and VMAccess extensions. 

What should you do? 

A. Select the Install the VM Agent checkbox while provisioning a VM based on your uploaded VHD. 

B. Select the Enable the VM Extensions checkbox while provisioning a VM based on your uploaded VHD. 

C. Install the VM Agent MSI and execute the following Power Shell commands: $vm = Get-AzureVM -serviceName $svc -Name $name $vm.VM.ProvisionGuestAgent = $true Update-AzureVM -Name Sname -VM $vm.VM -ServiceName $svc 

D. Install the VM Agent MSI and execute the following Power Shell commands: $vm = Get-AzureVM -serviceName $svc -Name $name Set-AzureVMBGInfoExtension -VM $vm.VM Set-AzureVM Access Extension -VM $vm.VM Update-AzureVM -Name Sname -VM $vm.VM -ServiceName $svc 

Answer:

Explanation: The VM Agent can be enabled by manually downloading and installing the VM Agent (either the Windows or Linux version) on an existing VM instance and then setting the ProvisionGuestAgent value to true using Powershell or a REST call. (If you do not set this value after manually installing the VM Agent, the addition of the VM Agent is not detected properly.) The following code example shows how to do this using PowerShell where the $svc and $name arguments have already been determined. 

$vm = Get-AzureVM –serviceName $svc –Name $name $vm.VM.ProvisionGuestAgent = $TRUE Update-AzureVM –Name $name –VM $vm.VM –ServiceName $svc 

Reference: VM Agent and VM Extensions Overview 


Q54. You manage an application running on Azure Web Sites Standard tier. The application uses a substantial amount of large image files and is used by people around the world. 

Users from Europe report that the load time of the site is slow. 

You need to implement a solution by using Azure services. 

What should you do? 

A. Configure Azure blob storage with a custom domain. 

B. Configure Azure CDN to cache all responses from the application web endpoint. 

C. Configure Azure Web Site auto-scaling to increase instances at high load. 

D. Configure Azure CDN to cache site images and content stored in Azure blob storage. 

Answer:

Explanation: You can configure a custom domain for accessing blob data in your Azure storage account. The default endpoint for the Blob service is https://<mystorageaccount>.blob.core.windows.net. If you map a custom domain and subdomain such as www.contoso.com to the blob endpoint for your storage account, then your users can also access blob data in your storage account using that domain. 

Reference: Configure a custom domain name for blob data in an Azure storage account 

URL: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/storage-custom-domain-name/ 


Q55. HOTSPOT 

Your company network has two branch offices. Some employees work remotely, including at public locations. You manage an Azure environment that includes several virtual networks. 

All users require access to the virtual networks. 

In the table below, identify which secure cross-premise connectivity option is needed for each type of user. Make only one selection in each column. 

Answer: 


Q56. You administer an Azure subscription with an existing cloud service named contosocloudservice. Contosocloudservice contains a set of related virtual machines (VMs) named ContosoDC, ContosoSQL and ContosoWeb1. 

You want to provision a new VM within contosocloudservice. 

You need to use the latest gallery image to create a new Windows Server 2012 R2 VM that 

has a target IOPS of 500 for any provisioned disks. 

Which PowerShell command should you use? 

A. Option A 

B. Option B 

C. Option C 

D. Option D 

Answer:

Explanation: This example creates a new Windows virtual machine configuration with operating system disk, data disk and provisioning configuration. This configuration is then used to create a new virtual machine. 

C:\\PS> $image = (Get-AzureVMImage).ImageName C:\\PS>New-AzureVMConfig -Name "MyVM1" -InstanceSize ExtraSmall -ImageName $image ` | Add-AzureProvisioningConfig -Windows -Password $adminPassword ` | Add-AzureDataDisk -CreateNew -DiskSizeInGB 50 -DiskLabel 'datadisk1' -LUN 0 ` | New-AzureVM –ServiceName "MySvc1" 

Reference: New-AzureVMConfig 

URL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn495159.aspx 


Q57. DRAG DROP 

You manage an Azure Web Site named contososite. 

You download the subscription publishing credentials named Contoso-Enterprise.publishsettings. 

You need to use Azure Power Shell to achieve the following: 

Connect to the Contoso-Enterprise subscription. 

Create a new App Setting named CustomSetting with a value of True. 

Restart the website. 

Which commands should you use? To answer, drag the appropriate Azure PowerShell command to the correct location in the solution. Each command 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. 

Answer: 


Q58. You administer an Azure solution that uses a virtual network named fabVNet. FabVNet has a single subnet named Subnet-1. 

You discover a high volume of network traffic among four virtual machines (VMs) that are part of Subnet-1. 

You need to isolate the network traffic among the four VMs. You want to achieve this goal with the least amount of downtime and impact on users. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a new subnet in the existing virtual network and move the four VMs to the new subnet. 

B. Create a site-to-site virtual network and move the four VMs to your datacenter. 

C. Create a new virtual network and move the VMs to the new network. 

D. Create an availability set and associate the four VMs with that availability set. 

Answer:

Explanation: Machine Isolation Options 

There are three basic options where machine isolation may be implemented on the Windows Azure platform: 

* Between machines deployed to a single virtual network Subnets within a Single Virtual Network 

* Between machines deployed to distinct virtual networks 

* Between machines deployed to distinct virtual networks where a VPN connection has been established from on-premises with both virtual networks 

Windows Azure provides routing across subnets within a single virtual network. 

Reference: Network Isolation Options for Machines in Windows Azure Virtual Networks 

Incorrect: 

not B: A site-to-site VPN allows you to create a secure connection between your on-premises site and your virtual network. 

Use a site-to-site connection when: 

* You want to create a branch office solution. 

* You want a connection between your on-premises location and your virtual network that’s available without requiring additional client-side configurations. 


Q59. DRAG DROP 

You have an Azure Virtual Network named fabVNet with three subnets named Subnet-1, Subnet-2 and Subnet-3. You have a virtual machine (VM) named fabVM running in the fabProd service. 

You need to modify fabVM to be deployed into Subnet-3. You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of time and while causing the least amount of disruption to the existing deployment. 

What should you do? To answer, drag the appropriate Power Shell cmdlet to the correct location in the Power Shell command. Each cmdlet 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. 

Answer: 


Q60. You administer a Microsoft Azure SQL Database database in the US Central region named contosodb. Contosodb runs on a Standard tier within the SI performance level. 

You have multiple business-critical applications that use contosodb. 

You need to ensure that you can bring contosodb back online in the event of a natural disaster in the US Central region. You want to achieve this goal with the least amount of downtime. 

Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution. 

A. Upgrade to S2 performance level. 

B. Use active geo-replication. 

C. Use automated Export. 

D. Upgrade to Premium tier. 

E. Use point in time restore. 

F. Downgrade to Basic tier. 

Answer: B,D 

Explanation: B: The Active Geo-Replication feature implements a mechanism to provide database redundancy within the same Microsoft Azure region or in different regions (geo-redundancy). One of the primary benefits of Active Geo-Replication is that it provides a database-level disaster recovery solution. Using Active Geo-Replication, you can configure a user database in the Premium service tier to replicate transactions to databases on different Microsoft Azure SQL Database servers within the same or different regions. Cross-region redundancy enables applications to recover from a permanent loss of a datacenter caused by natural disasters, catastrophic human errors, or malicious acts. 

D: Active Geo-Replication is available for databases in the Premium service tier only. 

Reference: Active Geo-Replication for Azure SQL Database 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn741339.aspx 


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