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Cloud Service A is installed on Virtual Server A and the database it accesses is located on Cloud Storage Device A. Both Virtual Servers A and B are hosted by Hypervisor A. Requests from cloud
service consumers are intercepted by an automated scaling listener that automatically routes subsequent requests to additional instances of Cloud Service A whenever the given usage of an instance exceeds two concurrent requests.
Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A (1), which either sends a query or a read/write request to a database on Cloud Storage Device A (2). A usage and administration portal is available, enabling Cloud Consumer A to view the billing and usage history of Virtual Servers A and B (3).
Cloud Service Consumer A and Cloud Consumer A are owned by Organization A. which performs several tests on the cloud architecture that produce the following results:
A stress test is performed to generate workloads on Virtual Servers A and B to gauge their load capacity. This test reveals that both virtual servers have firm workload thresholds. If the workload capacity on either virtual server reaches its threshold, further processing requests are rejected.
An availability test shows that Cloud Service A becomes unavailable whenever Hypervisor A crashes.
A security test is carried out during which the cloud architecture is accessed by a malicious cloud consumer that disables the path used by Cloud Service A to access Cloud Storage Device A, thereby causing all subsequent cloud service consumer requests to be replied to with data access errors.
Which of the following statements describes a solution that addresses the concerns raised by the three tests?
Physical Server A hosts Hypervisor A which hosts Virtual Server A, Virtual Server B and an active cluster comprised of three virtual servers. Virtual Server A hosts Ready-Made Environment A. Ready-Made Environment A uses Cloud Storage Device A to store data related to the ready-made environment and its users. Cloud Service A is hosted by a high-availability (HA) virtual server cluster. Hypervisor A is a cluster-enabled hypervisor.
Developers access Ready-Made Environment A to work on the development of a new solution (1).
During this usage. Ready-Made Environment A regularly reads and writes data to Cloud Storage Device A (2). Cloud Service Consumer B accesses Cloud Service A (3). Cloud Service A queries data residing in Cloud Storage Device A in response to processing requests from Cloud Service Consumer B (4).
Hypervisor A is made part of a cluster of hypetvisors. Ready-Made Environment A, which is still hosted by Virtual Server Aon Hypervisor A, subsequently becomes unexpectedly unavailable. It then takes twenty minutes to pass before Virtual Server A and Ready-Made Environment A become available again on Hypervisor B (a hypervisor that is also part of the hypervisor cluster). This delay is considered unacceptable by Cloud Consumer A. Furthermore, after being relocated
to Hypervisor B, Virtual Server A is unable to connect to the network. By the time the cloud provider rectifies this second problem, Cloud Consumer A experiences a total of two hours of downtime.
Which of the following statements describes a solution that can minimize or entirely avoid a delay for the runtime relocation of Ready-Made Environment A?
Cloud Service A requires access to Cloud Storage Device A and Cloud Storage Device B. Cloud Service A is hosted by Virtual Server A. Virtual Server A and Virtual Server B are hosted by Hypervisor A, which resides on Physical Server A.
Cloud Service Consumer A sends a request to access Cloud Service A (1). Cloud Service A retrieves data from Cloud Storage Device A and Cloud Storage Device B (2). Cloud Consumer A uses the usage and administration portal to access resource usage reports for Cloud Service A (3).
Cloud Service Consumer A and Cloud Consumer A belong to Organization A, which is leasing an laaS environment from the cloud provider.
The cloud provider makes Cloud Service A available to several new cloud service consumers.
Additionally, new LUNs are created on Cloud Storage Devices A and B for new cloud consumers to perform regular data access functions. This increase in workload causes Virtual Server A to fail during peak usage periods. Organization A and the new cloud consumer organizations request that the cloud provider find a way to dynamically support the higher usage workloads.
Organization A keeps its master files and data in LUN B in Cloud Storage Device B. One day, a cloud resource administrator accidentally changes the path used to access LUN B. The original path cannot be retrieved. The cloud resource administrator informs Organization A's IT department that it must change any systems or tools it uses to access LUN B to the new path.
This causes significant challenges, as well as a costly period of disruption. Organization A asks the cloud provider to create a system that would help avoid disruption in access to LUN B, if this was to ever happen again.
The cloud provider has made Cloud Storage Device A part of a resource pool of synchronized cloud storage devices. Organization A is sharing Cloud Storage Device A with another cloud consumer organization. When cloud consumers from both organizations access Cloud Storage Device A at the same time, they encounter a resource constraint condition that causes Cloud Storage Device A to fail. Organization A requests that the cloud provider extend the existing cloud architecture to prevent this situation from happening again.
Which of the following statements provides a solution that can address all of these problems?
Cloud Service A is hosted by Virtual Server A, which is hosted by Hypervisor A that resides on Physical Server A. Cloud Storage Device A is used to store media library data that is continuously replicated with a redundant, secondary implementation of Cloud Storage A (not shown). Access to Cloud Service A is monitored by Pay-Per-Use Monitor A. Access to Cloud Storage Device A is monitored by Pay-Per-Use Monitor B. Pay-Per-Use Monitors A and B capture billing-related usage data that is forwarded to a billing management system that is hosted by Physical Server B.
Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A and the usage data is captured by Pay-Per-Use Monitor A (1). Cloud Consumer B accesses Cloud Storage Device A via a usage and administration portal that it uses to upload media data (2). This usage is captured by Pay-Per-Use Monitor B (3). Pay-Per-Use Monitors A and B store collected usage data in the billing management system (4), which is later used by the cloud provider to bill for the usage of Cloud Service A and Cloud Storage Device A.
Each service instance of Cloud Service A requires a virtual server with 2 virtual CPUs and 4 GBs of RAM at a package price of $2.00 for each initial invocation and an additional $0.50 for each consecutive 60 seconds of usage. Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A twice in one day. The two exchanges with Cloud Service A last 60 seconds and 120 seconds. For that one day, the organization that owns Cloud Service Consumer A is billed $6.50, which it determines is incorrect. After complaining to the cloud provider, it is discovered that the rapid provisioning system responsible for provisioning instances of Cloud Service A is not de-provisioning Cloud Service A when Cloud Service Consumer A indicates it has completed an exchange. Instead, Cloud Service A is de-provisioned after a 60 second timeout that occurs after Cloud Service Consumer A is completed with an exchange.
Storage space on Cloud Storage Device A can only be purchased in units of terabytes (TBs), with each TB costing $1 per day. Cloud Consumer B purchases 5 TBs of storage space on day 1 and stores 5 TBs of data on days 6 and 7. Cloud Consumer B was expecting to be billed $10.00, but is billed $35. After raising a complaint, Cloud Consumer B is informed by the cloud provider that cloud consumers are billed based on the allocation of storage space, regardless of how much storage space they actually use.
Which of the following statements describes a solution that can update the cloud architecture to avoid these billing-related problems and discrepancies?
Cloud Service A and Cloud Service B perform different functions but both share access to Cloud Storage Device A when fulfilling requests from cloud service consumers that require data access.
Cloud Services A and B are hosted by Virtual Server A, which is hosted by Hypervisor A on Physical Server A.
Cloud Service Consumer A accesses Cloud Service A to issue a request for data (1). Cloud Service A queries a database in Cloud Storage Device A to retrieve the data (2). Upon receiving the requested data, Cloud Service Consumer A combines it with additional data to form a new collection of data. Cloud Service Consumer A then accesses Cloud Service B and provides it with the new data (3). Cloud Service B accesses a different database in Cloud Storage Device A to store the new data (4). Cloud Consumer B accesses the usage and administration portal to upload new data (5). The data is uploaded to Cloud Storage Device B (6).
Cloud Service Consumer A belongs to Organization A. Cloud Consumer B belongs to Organization B.
Cloud Service A is a SaaS product offered by the cloud provider to the general public, and is therefore used by numerous cloud consumers from different organizations at different times. Cloud Service B is also a SaaS product as part of the same overall solution as Cloud Service A.
However, because a given cloud service consumer only needs to access Cloud Service B when the data it receives from Cloud Service A meets certain criteria, it is not used nearly as much as Cloud Service A. Cloud Service A currently has a hard threshold allowing no more than 10 concurrent instances of it to exist at once. One day, Cloud Service Consumer A attempts to access Cloud Service A as the eleventh cloud service consumer, and is predictably rejected.
Cloud Service Consumer A belongs to Organization A, one of the cloud provider's most important customers. Therefore, when Organization A complains about not being able to access Cloud Service A during peak usage times, the cloud provider agrees to provide a solution.
As a result of a natural disaster, the cloud provider's data center that houses Physical Server A becomes unexpectedly unavailable. Physical Server A subsequently becomes unavailable for nearly two days. This outage exceeds what the cloud provider guaranteed in its original SLA and the cloud provider agrees to not charge Organization for usage fees for an entire month as compensation. However, the unavailability of Physical Server A had a significant impact on Organization As business, resulting in financial loss and loss of confidence of its clients.
Organization A informs the cloud provider that it cannot continue working with this cloud unless the cloud provider can guarantee that the availability of Physical Server A will no longer be dependent on a single data center or a single geographic region.
Organization B receives its latest monthly invoice from the cloud provider and discovers that the charges are identical to the invoice it received last month, even though the usage and administration portal shows that its data usage is a third less. They bring this issue to the attention of the cloud provider and are informed that they are currently subscribed to a fixed-allocation plan.
The cloud provider explains that in order to get them on a plan whereby they are charged only for actual data usage, Cloud Storage Device B would need to be upgraded and a system capable of tracking runtime usage would need to be established. Organization B asks the cloud provider to make these changes.
Which of the following statements provides a solution that can address Organization A's and Organization B's issues?