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Q31. HOTSPOT - (Topic 2) 

You need to design a data storage strategy for each application. 

In the table below, identify the strategy that you should use for each application. Make only one selection in each column. 

Answer: 


Q32. - (Topic 1) 

You are designing a plan to deploy a new application to Azure. The solution must provide a 

single sign-on experience for users. 

You need to recommend an authentication type. 

Which authentication type should you recommend? 

A. SAML credential tokens 

B. Azure managed access keys 

C. Windows Authentication 

D. MS-CHAP 

Answer:

Explanation: A Microsoft cloud service administrator who wants to provide their Azure Active Directory (AD) users with sign-on validation can use a SAML 2.0 compliant SP-Lite profile based Identity Provider as their preferred Security Token Service (STS) / identity provider. This is useful where the solution implementer already has a user directory and password store on-premises that can be accessed using SAML 2.0. This existing user directory can be used for sign-on to Office 365 and other Azure AD-secured resources. 

Reference: Use a SAML 2.0 identity provider to implement single sign-on 

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn641269.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 


Q33. - (Topic 6) 

You have several virtual machines (VMs) that run in Azure. You also have a single System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager (SCCM) primary site on-premises. 

You have the following requirements: 

All VMs must run on the same virtual network. 

Network traffic must be minimized between the on-premises datacenter and Azure. 

The solution minimize complexity. 

You need to use SCCM to collect inventory and deploy software to Azure VMs. 

What should you do first? 

A. Configure client push for the Azure virtual network. 

B. Enable and configure Operations Insights in Azure. 

C. Install a cloud distribution point on an Azure VM. 

D. Install a secondary site underneath the primary site onto an Azure VM. 

Answer:

Explanation: Cloud-based distribution Point, a Configuration Manager Site System Role in the Cloud 

Much of the Configuration Manager topology is made up of distribution points, they are very helpful in many situations where bandwidth and geographical separation are the facts of life, but also hard to manage if you have hundreds or even thousands of them. 

This feature started with the vision that it makes perfect sense to have big distribution points in the Windows Azure cloud where one should not worry about things like (but not limited to) size, performance, reliability, security, access from all around the world, hardware/software update issues etc. 

Note: Content management in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager provides the tools for you to manage content files for applications, packages, software updates, and operating system deployment. Configuration Manager uses distribution points to store files that are required for software to run on client computers. These distribution points function as distribution centers for the content files and let users download and run the software. 

Clients must have access to at least one distribution point from which they can download the files. 

Reference: New Distribution Points in Configuration Manager SP1 

http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2013/01/31/new-distribution-points-in-configuration-manager-sp1.aspx 


Q34. - (Topic 6) 

You design an Azure web application. The web application is accessible by default as a standard cloudapp.net URL. 

You need to recommend a DNS resource record type that will allow you to configure access to the web application by using a custom domain name. 

Which DNS record type should you recommend? 

A. SRV 

B. MX 

C. CNAME 

D. A 

Answer:

Explanation: A CNAME record maps a specific domain, such as contoso.com or www.contoso.com, to a canonical domain name. In this case, the canonical domain name is the <myapp>.cloudapp.net domain name of your Azure hosted application. Once created, the CNAME creates an alias for the <myapp>.cloudapp.net. The CNAME entry will resolve to the IP address of your <myapp>.cloudapp.net service automatically, so if the IP address of the cloud service changes, you do not have to take any action. 

Incorrect: Not D: 

Since an A record is mapped to a static IP address, it cannot automatically resolve changes to the IP address of your Cloud Service. 

An A record maps a domain, such as contoso.com or www.contoso.com, or a wildcard domain such as *.contoso.com, to an IP address. In the case of an Azure Cloud Service, the virtual IP of the service. So the main benefit of an A record over a CNAME record is that you can have one entry that uses a wildcard, such as *.contoso.com, which would handle requests for multiple sub-domains such as mail.contoso.com, login.contoso.com, or 

www.contso.com. 

Reference: Configuring a custom domain name for an Azure cloud service 

http://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/cloud-services-custom-domain-name/ 


Q35. - (Topic 4) 

You need to ensure that the website scales. What should you do? 

A. Deploy Traffic Manager and configure it to route user traffic to specified endpoints to other Azure datacenters. 

B. Enter multiple DNS entries in each virtual network to route requests to other Azure datacenters. 

C. Set up a new Azure datacenter to Azure datacenter VPN to enable the solution to communicate across regions. 

D. Use a virtual network to route network traffic in a single Azure datacenter. 

Answer:

Explanation: Scenario: The customer-facing website must automatically scale and replicate to locations around the world. Azure ExpressRoute enables you to create private connections between Azure datacenters and infrastructure that’s on your premises or in a colocation environment. ExpressRoute connections do not go over the public Internet, and offer more reliability, faster speeds, lower latencies and higher security than typical connections over the Internet. In some cases, using ExpressRoute connections to transfer data between on-premises and Azure can also yield significant cost benefits. 

Reference: ExpressRoute, Experience a faster, private connection to Azure 

http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/expressroute/ 

Topic 5, Northwind traders

Background

Overview

Northwind Electric Cars is the premier provider of private, low-cost transportation in Denver. Northwind drivers are company employees who work together as a team. The founding partners believe that by hiring their drivers as employees, their drivers focus on providing a great customer experience. Northwind Electric Cars has a reputation for offering fast, reliable, and friendly service, due largely to their extensive network of drivers and their proprietary dispatching software named NorthRide.

Northwind Electric Cars drivers depend on frequent, automatic updates for the NorthRide mobile app. The Northwind management team is concerned about unplanned system downtime and slow connection speeds caused by high usage. Additionally, Northwind's inhouse data storage solution is unsustainable because of the new influx of customer data that is retained. Data backups are made periodically on DVDs and stored on-premises at corporate headquarters.

Apps

NorthRide App

Northwind drivers use the NorthRide app to meet customer pickup requests. The app uses a GPS transponder in each Northwind vehicle and Bing Maps APIs to monitor the location of each vehicle in the fleet in real time. NorthRide allows Northwind dispatchers to optimize their driver coverage throughout the city.

When new customers call, the dispatcher enters their pickup locations into NorthRide.

NorthRide identifies the closest available driver. The dispatcher then contacts the driver with the pick-up details. This process usually results in a pick-up time that is far faster than the industry average.

Drivers use NorthRide to track the number of miles they drive and the number of customers they transport. Drivers also track their progress towards their established goals, which are measured by using key performance indicators (KPIs).

NorthRide App 2.0

Northwind Electric Cars is growing quickly. New callers often wait for their calls to be answered because the dispatchers are contacting their drivers to arrange pickups for other customers.

To support the growth of the business, Northwind's development team completes an overhaul of the NorthRide system that it has named NorthRide 2.0. When a dispatcher enters a customer's pickup location, the address and driving directions are automatically sent to the driver who is closest to the customer's pickup location.

Drivers indicate their availability on the NorthRide mobile app and can view progress towards their KPI's in real time. Drivers can also record customer ratings and feedback for each pickup.

Business Requirements

Apps

NorthRideFinder App

Northwind Electric Cars needs a customer-facing website and mobile app that allows customers to schedule pickups. Customers should also be able to create profiles that will help ensure the customer gets a ride faster by storing customer information.

Predictor App

Northwind Electric Cars needs a new solution named Predictor. Predictor is an employeefacing mobile app. The app predicts periods of high usage and popular pickup locations and provides various ways to view this predictive data. Northwind uses this information to better distribute its drivers. Northwind wants to use the latest Azure technology to create this solution.

Other Requirements

On-premises data must be constantly backed up.

Mobile data must be protected from loss, even if connectivity with the backend is lost.

Dispatch offices need to have seamless access to both their primary data center and the applications and services that are hosted in the Azure cloud.

Connectivity needs to be redundant to on-premises and cloud services, while providing a way for each dispatch office to continue to operate even if one or all of the connection options fail.

The management team requires that operational data is accessible 24/7 from any office location.

Technical Requirements

Apps and Website

NorthRide / NorthRideFinder Apps:

The solution must support on-premises and Azure data storage.

The solution must scale as necessary based on the current number of concurrent users.

Customer pickup requests from NorthRideFinder must be asynchronous.

The customer pickup request system will be high in volume, and each request will have a short life span.

Data for NorthRideFinder must be protected during a loss of connectivity.

NorthRide users must authenticate to the company's Azure Active Directory.

Northwind Public Website

The customer website must use a WebJob to process profile images into thumbnails

The customer website must be developed with lowest cost and difficulty in mind.

The customer website must automatically scale to minimize response times for customers.

Other Requirements

Data Storage:

The data storage must interface with an on-premises Microsoft SQL backend database.

A disaster recovery system needs to be in place for large amounts of data that will backup to Azure.

Backups must be fully automated and managed the Azure Management Portal.

The recovery system for company data must use a hybrid solution to back up both the on-premises Microsoft SQL backend and any Azure storage.

Predictive Routing:

An Azure solution must be used for prediction systems.

Predictive analytics must be published as a web service and accessible by using the REST API.

Security:

The NorthRide app must use an additional level of authentication other than the employee's password.

Access must be secured in NorthRide without opening a firewall port.

Company policy prohibits inbound connections from internet callers to the onpremises network.

Customer usernames in NorthRideFinder cannot exceed 10 characters.

Customer data in NorthRideFinder can be received only by the user ID that is associated with the data.

25. - (Topic 5) 

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements for data storage for the NorthRide app. 

What should you include in the recommendation? 

A. Azure Remote App 

B. Azure Service Bus 

C. Azure Connect 

D. Azure SQL Database 

Answer:

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). 

Reference: Azure Queues and Service Bus Queues - Compared and Contrasted 

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/hh767287.aspx 


Q36. DRAG DROP - (Topic 5) 

You need to design the notification service for the customer-facing mobile app. 

Which three 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. 

Answer: 



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