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Question No 1Cloud Service A requires access to Cloud Storage Device A, which contains LUNs A and B. Cloud
Service A is hosted by Virtual Server A, which resides on Hypervisor A on Physical Server Virtual Server B hosts Cloud Service B and Cloud Service C.
Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A (1), which then accesses LUN A or B on Cloud Storage Device A (2). After receiving the requested data from Cloud Service A, Cloud Service Consumer A forwards the data to Cloud Service B (3), which then writes it to Cloud Storage Device B (4).
Cloud Service Consumer A belongs to Organization A,
Organization A uses LUN A and LUN B on Cloud Storage Device A to store their important client account data. Cloud Storage Device A is a low-performance cloud storage device, which begins to cause performance issues as more data is added to LUNs A and B and as Cloud Service Consumer A performs data access requests more frequently. Organization A asks that its cloud architecture be upgraded to process increased quantities of data and higher volumes of data requests.
Organization A has been leasing a PaaS environment that it used to build Cloud Service A, which it would like to make available to the general public. Organization A needs to establish a system capable of monitoring usage of Cloud Service A for billing purposes.
The cloud provider is using a usage data collection and reporting system that gathers information on Organization A's hosted IT resources approximately ten hours after the time of usage. One day, Organization A attempts to retrieve information on whether Virtual Server B has available Cloud Service C instances. They discover that they are unable to obtain the current status of Virtual Server B. Organization A demands a system that provides instant availability reporting.
Which of the following statements lists the patterns that can be applied to solve these three requirements and problems?
Question No 2Cloud Service A is hosted by Virtual Server Cloud Storage Device A contains LUN Cloud Storage Device A is a multi-tiered cloud storage device with different types of disk groups that perform at different levels. LUN A is located in the disk group with the highest performance level.
Cloud Service B is hosted by Virtual Server B. Virtual Servers A and B are hosted by Hypervisor A,
which is installed on a physical server (not shown) that resides in Cloud A redundant implementation of LUN A is replicated synchronously to Cloud Storage Device C. Cloud Storage
Device C does not support multiple types of disk groups and resides in Cloud B, which is located in a different geographic region than Cloud Requests that cloud service consumers send to Cloud Services A and B are intercepted by an automated scaling listener responsible for initiating scaling activities.
Cloud Service Consumer A issues a request to Cloud Service A (1). To process the request, Cloud Service A accesses LUN Aon Cloud Storage Device A (2). Cloud Service Consumer B issues a request to Cloud Service B (3). To process the request, Cloud Service B accesses LUN B on Cloud Storage Device B (4).
When Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A, there is usually no noticeable performance fluctuation, even during peak usage periods. However, recently, Cloud Storage Device A became unexpectedly unavailable, requiring that Cloud Service A access LUN A on Cloud Storage Device C instead. During the following outage period for Cloud Storage Device A,
Cloud Service Consumer A encounters inconsistent performance from Cloud Service A, including unusual delays that occur whenever the data requested by Cloud Consumer A isn't cached and Cloud Service A is required to retrieve the data from LUN
Which of the following statements describes a solution that can address this problem?
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