You received an email from your cloud team’s senior technical architect asking you to implement
snapshots in your cloud where it makes sense to do so. You ask the architect to clarify where in
your cloud it would make the most sense to use snapshots. Which of the following is the most
likely answer they would give you?
A. Catalogs: To back out any unauthorized changes
B. Production web servers: To provide a backup of each day’s changes
C. Development VMs: To roll back code updates
D. vApps: To roll back to their original deployment state
You are asked to explain to your company’s technical staff the vCloud feature used to logically
group users and resources so that each department can have its own virtual datacenter. Which of
the following are you describing to your staff?
You have Site Recovery Manager (SRM) in place to protect critical vCloud servers in the event of
a disaster. Over lunch, a manager asks you why SRM is configured to protect only the vCloud
servers and not the actual department workload VMs. What do you tell her?
A. The workload VMs are on fenced networks, which can’t be failed over.
B. SRM can’t fail over the workload VMs, but it is a simple matter to restart them once the vCloud
servers have failed over.
C. Workload VM failover is implied when you failover the vCloud infrastructure servers.
D. vCloud workloads can be migrated with vCloud Director once it has failed over and so are not
required to be protected with SRM.
An administrator is considering a private cloud solution. The existing environment contains a
number of print servers and a systems monitoring server. These applications are considered
which type of workload?
Your company has just undertaken a new research project where network security is critical. As
you are configuring your private cloud to support this new project, which vCloud Networking and
Security feature will you be setting up to provide the required security?
B. Private VLAN