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NEW QUESTION 228
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You have a web app that is deployed to Azure. You need to download a compressed collection of the diagnostic logs. What should you use?

A.    Azure PowerShell
B.    File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
C.    Application Insights
D.    Microsoft Visual Studio

Answer: A
Explanation:
Diagnostic information stored to the web app file system can be accessed directly using FTP. It can also be downloaded as a Zip archive using Azure PowerShell or the Azure Command-Line Interface. The directory structure that the logs are stored in is as follows:
– Application Logs
– Failed Request Traces
– Detailed Error Logs
– Web Server Logs
– Deployment Logs
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/web-sites-enable-diagnostic-log#download

NEW QUESTION 229
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You are developing a new Azure Logic App. The Logic App requires a custom action to evaluate data from an internal, proprietary system. You create a custom ASP.NET Web API to retrieve data from the system and update the Logic App to use the API. The Logic App generates a timeout error when it requests data from the API. You need to eliminate the timeout error and allow the Logic App to retrieve data by using the API. What should you do?

A.    Update the API to immediately return an HTTP `102 PROCESSING’ response when a request is received and an HTTP `205 RESET CONTENT’ response when the data is returned from the system.
B.    Update the Logic App to use a new HTTP Webhook trigger to call out to the API’s newly-created subscribe and unsubscribe methods.
C.    Update the API to immediately return an HTTP `202 ACCEPTED’ response when a request is received and an `200 OK’ response when the data is returned from the system.
D.    Update the Logic App adding a wait action to include the interval object’s unit and count properties set to valid values.

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 230
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You deploy a Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS) named CorpWebVMSS to Azure by using Azure PowerShell and set the instance count to 1. The VMSS includes a storage account, load balancer, public IP address, and six Standard_A1 Windows virtual machines (VMs) that run Internet Information Services (IIS). All components are deployed to a resource group named CorpWebRG. You must increase the instance count to support the increased load on IIS. You need to manually scale out the number of VMs in the scale set to 5.
Solution: You run the following Azure PowerShell commands:
$vmss = Get-AzureRmVmss -ResourceGroupName CorpWebRG -VMScalesSetName CorpWebVMSS
$vmss.sku.capacity = 5
Update-AzureRmVmss -ResourceGroupName CorpWebRG -Name CorpWebVMSS -VirtualMachineScaleSet $vmss
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: B

NEW QUESTION 231
You are developing an Azure-hosted application that processes request messages for multiple office locations. You create an Azure Service Bus topic named Requests. The topic has a maximum size of 5 gigabytes (GB) and a default message time to live (TTL) of 5 minutes. You also create subscriptions named PriorityRequest and StandardRequest and include appropriate logic to route the messages. Users report that the application has not processed messages from PriorityRequest in several days. You need to retrieve the number of messages in the PriorityRequest subscription. Which metric should you use?

A.    Subscription Length
B.    Subscription Incoming Requests
C.    Topic Incoming Messages
D.    Topic Size

Answer: D

NEW QUESTION 232
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You deploy a Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS) named CorpWebVMSS to Azure by using Azure PowerShell and set the instance count to 1. The VMSS includes a storage account, load balancer, public IP address, and six Standard_A1 Windows virtual machines (VMs) that run Internet Information Services (IIS). All components are deployed to a resource group named CorpWebRG. You must increase the instance count to support the increased load on IIS. You need to manually scale out the number of VMs in the scale set to 5.
Solution: You run the following command by using the Azure Command-Line Interface (CLI):
azure vmss scale -g CorpWebRG -n CorpWebVMSS -c 5
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 233
You manage an on-premises server that runs Windows Server 2016. The server has a disk that contains 4 terabytes (TB) of data and thousands of files. None of the individual files are larger than 1 TB. You plan to create a virtual machine (VM) in Azure to process the workload currently handled by the on-premises server. You need to create a storage location for the data. What should you do?

A.    Create premium storage account. Use a D-series VM.
B.    Configure a StorSimple virtual array. Configure the VM to use the array with the SMB protocol.
C.    Add a new table storage account. Update the VM workload to use the table storage.
D.    Add a single le share to the VM. In the VM operating system, assign a drive letter.

Answer: D

NEW QUESTION 234
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You develop an enterprise application that will be used only by the employees of a company. The application is not Internet-facing. You deploy instances of the application to Azure datacenters on two continents. You must implement a load balancing solution that meets the following requirements:
– Provide network-level distribution of traffic across all instances of the application.
– Support HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
– Manage all inbound and outbound connections.
Any back-end virtual machine (VM) must be able to service requests from the same user or client session.
Solution: You implement Traffic Manager.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: B
Explanation:
A Traffic Manager works at the DNS level. It uses DNS responses to direct end-user traffic to globally distributed endpoints. Clients then connect to those endpoints directly. An application manager, which works at the Application level (Layer 7), is also required.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/application-gateway/application-gateway-introduction

NEW QUESTION 235
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You develop an enterprise application that will be used only by the employees of a company. The application is not Internet-facing. You deploy instances of the application to Azure datacenters on two continents. You must implement a load balancing solution that meets the following requirements:
– Provide network-level distribution of traffic across all instances of the application.
– Support HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
– Manage all inbound and outbound connections.
Any back-end virtual machine (VM) must be able to service requests from the same user or client session.
Solution: You implement Traffic Manager and Application Gateway.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: A
Explanation:
Application Gateway works at the application layer (Layer 7 in the OSI network reference stack). It acts as a reverse-proxy service, terminating the client connection and forwarding requests to back-end endpoints. It supports the HTTP, HTTPS, and WebSockets protocols. Application Gateway is useful for applications that require requests from the same user/client session to reach the same back-end virtual machine. Examples of these applications would be shopping cart applications and web mail servers. Traffic Manager works at the DNS level. It uses DNS responses to direct end-user traffic to globally distributed endpoints. Clients then connect to those endpoints directly. Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager allows you to control the distribution of user traffic for service endpoints in different datacenters.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/traffic-manager/traffic-manager-overview

NEW QUESTION 236
You manage API management policies in Azure. You attempt to add a policy that is marked as unavailable. You need to ensure that you can add the desired policy. What should you do?

A.    Modify the API Management policy definition.
B.    Enable custom caching for the API Management service.
C.    Modify the scope of the API policy.
D.    Integrate the API Management service with the Azure Event Hub service.

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 237
You develop an Azure App Service Mobile App. The Azure App Service must use Twitter as an authentication provider. You start by registering your application with Twitter. You need to update your app’s authentication and authorization in the Azure Portal. Which two values should you provide? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A.    API Key
B.    Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Bearer Token
C.    JSON Web Token (JWT)
D.    API Secret
E.    Mobile App gateway URL

Answer: AD

New Case Study – ProseWare, Inc.
NEW QUESTION 238
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You need to ensure that moderators can be added to the system. Which authentication approach should you use?

A.    Microsoft Office 365 Directory
B.    Azure AD Self-Service Signup
C.    Azure AD Organizational Units (OU)
D.    Active Directory Federation

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 239
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You need to implement the infrastructure for the Interaction Agents.
Solution: Create an Azure Container Service cluster and create a container for running Service Fabric.
Does the solution meet the goal?

A.    Yes
B.    No

Answer: A

More……

New Case Study – LitWare, Inc.
NEW QUESTION 245
You need to trigger the EmailPlayer Azure Function when a point generator is claimed. What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    Insert code after line PC35 to create a Queue trigger and send a queue message.
B.    Create a trigger based on the primary data store.
C.    Create a trigger based on the reporting data store.
D.    Insert code after line PC14 to create a Service Bus trigger and send a message.

Answer: BD

NEW QUESTION 246
You need to write an Azure Search Query to return data for the first subsection of the Daily Sponsor Report. Which query string should you use?

A.    facets=currentOwner&sort=dateLastClaimed
B.    $filter=sponsor&sort=dateLastClaimed
C.    search=currentOwner&sort=dateLastClaimed
D.    group=sponsor&sort=dateLastClaimed
E.    facets=sponsor&sort=dateLastClaimed

Answer: C

More……

NEW QUESTION 254
You administer an Azure-based solution that performs image processing. You have four Standard D3 Azure Resource Manager (ARM) virtual machines (VMs). All VMs are deployed in a Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS). The servers must scale up or down as the workload increases or decreases. You need to configure auto-scaling to scale the VMSS when the server workload is above 95 percent or below 5 percent. What should you do?

A.    Navigate to the VM’s Size panel and increase the instance count.
B.    Navigate to the VMSS Metric panel and add a new alert for the CPU Percentage Metric.
Configure the alert to notify via email.
C.    Navigate to the VM’s Metric panel and enable diagnostics for basic metrics.
D.    Navigate to the VMSS Metric panel and add a new alert for the CPU Percentage Metric.
Configure the alert to notify via webhook.

Answer: D
Explanation:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machine-scale-sets/virtual-machine-scale-sets-vertical-scale-reprovision


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