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Oracle Cloud 1Z0-1072-20 Practice Test 1-13

QUESTION 1
Which service is NOT supported by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI?
A. load balancer
B. compute
C. database
D. block volumes
Correct Answer: D
References: https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/API/Concepts/cliconcepts.htm#services


QUESTION 2
Why are two subnets required to create a public load balancer when additional subnets are often used for back-end
servers? (Choose two.)
A. Routing is simpler when the load balancer is not in the same subnet as the back-end server.
B. Performance is higher when more subnets are used.
C. Additional subnets for back-end servers allow for separate route tables for these servers.
D. Additional subnets for back-end servers allow for separate security lists for these servers.
Correct Answer: BD
References:
http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/obe/cloud/ocis/load-balancer/load-balancer.html


QUESTION 3
Which two choices are true for Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW)? (Choose two.)
A. Billing stops only when the ADW is terminated
B. Billing stops for both CPU usage and storage usage when ADW is stopped
C. Billing for computing stops when ADW is stopped
D. Billing for storage continues when ADW is stopped
Correct Answer: CD
When Autonomous Database instance is stopped, CPU billing is halted based on full-hour cycles of usage Billing for storage continues as long as the service instance
exists. and When the Autonomous Database instance is started, the CPU billing is initiated

QUESTION 4
You have the following compartment structure in your tenancy. Root compartment->Training- >Training-subl ->Trainingsub2 You create a policy in the root compartment to allow the default admin for the account (Administrators) to manage
block volumes in compartment Training-sub2.
What policy would you write to meet this requirement?
A. Allow group Administrators to manage volume-family in the root compartment
B. Allow group Administrators to manage volume-family in compartment Training-sub1: Training- sub2
C. Allow group Administrators to manage volume-family in compartment Training: Training-sub 1 : Training-sub2
D. Allow group Administrators to manage volume-family in compartment Training-sub2
Correct Answer: C
a policy statement must specify the compartment for which access is being granted (or the tenancy). Where you create
the policy determines who can update the policy. If you attach the policy to the compartment or its parent, you can
simply specify the compartment name. If you attach the policy further up the hierarchy, you must specify the path. The
format of the path is each compartment name (or OCID) in the path, separated by a colon::: . . . For example, assume
you have a three-level compartment hierarchy, shown here:

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You want to create a policy to allow NetworkAdmins to manage VCNs in CompartmentC. If you want to attach this policy
to CompartmentC or to its parent, CompartmentB, write this policy statement:
Allow group NewtworkAdmins to manage virtual-network-family in compartment CompartmentC However, if you want to
attach this policy to CompartmentA (so that only administrators of CompartmentA can modify it), write this policy
statement that specifies the path:
Allow group NewtworkAdmins to manage virtual-network-family in compartment CompartmentB:CompartmentC
To attach this policy to the tenancy, write this policy statement that specifies the path from CompartmentA to
CompartmentC:
Allow group NewtworkAdmins to manage virtual-network-family in compartment
CompartmentA:CompartmentB:CompartmentC

 

QUESTION 5
Which five are the required parameters to launch an instance in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure? (Choose five.)
A. subnet
B. Availability Domain
C. Virtual Cloud Network
D. host name
E. instance shape
F. image operating system
G. private IP address
Correct Answer: ABCEF
References: https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/Compute/Concepts/computeoverview.htm


QUESTION 6
A company currently uses Microsoft Active Directory as its identity provider. The company recently subscribed to Oracle
Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to leverage the cloud platform for test and development. As the administrator, you configured
the OCI tenancy to be federated with Microsoft Active Directory. Now you need to give access to developers so that
they can start creating resources in their OCI accounts.
Which step will you perform to make sure you are not duplicating user creation inside of OCI tenancy?
A. Create a group for developers on OCI and map the group to a similar group in Microsoft Active Directory during the
federation process.
B. Create a new user account in OCI for each user, and then create policies to provide access to developers.
C. Create a group for developers on OCI, export all the developers from Microsoft Active Directory, and then import
them into the Identity and Access Management (IAM) group.
D. Create a single user account in OCI, and then create policies to provide access to developers to this single account.
Correct Answer: A
When working with your IdP, your administrator defines groups and assigns each user to one or more groups according
to the type of access the user needs. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure also uses the concept of groups (in conjunction with
IAM policies) to define the type of access a user has. As part of setting up the relationship with the IdP, your
administrator can map each IdP group to a similarly defined IAM group, so that your company can re-use the IdP group
definitions when authorizing user access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources.

QUESTION 7
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Volume service lets you expand the size of the block and boot volumes. Which three
options below can you use to increase the size of your block volumes?
A. Clone an existing volume to a new, larger volume
B. You can only expand block volumes and not boot volumes
C. Expand an existing volume in place with offline resizing
D. Take a backup of your existing volume and restore from the volume back up to a larger volume
E. Expand an existing volume in place with online resizing
Correct Answer: ACD
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Volume service lets you expand the size of block volumes and boot volumes. You
have three options to increase the size of your volumes:
Expand an existing volume in place with offline resizing. See Resizing a Volume Using the Console for the steps to do
this.
Restore from a volume backup to a larger volume. See Restoring a Backup to a New Volume and Restoring a Boot
Volume.
Clone an existing volume to a new, larger volume. See Cloning a Volume and Cloning a Boot Volume.

QUESTION 8
A company currently uses Microsoft Active Directory as its identity provider. The company recently purchased Oracle
Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to leverage the cloud platform for its test and development operations. As the administrator,
you are now tasked with giving access only to developers so that they can start creating resources in their OCI
accounts. Which step will you perform to achieve this requirement?
A. Create a group for developers on OCI and map the group to a similar group in Microsoft Active Directory during the
federation process.
B. Federate all Microsoft Active Directory groups with OCI to allow users to use their existing credentials.
C. Create a new user account for each user and then create policies to provide access to developers.
D. Create a group for developers on OCI, export all the developers from Microsoft Active Directory, and then import
them into the Identity and Access Management (IAM) group.
Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 9
You want an instance in your compartment to make API calls to other services within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure without
storing credentials in a configuration file. What do you need to do?
A. No action is required. By default, all VM instances are created with an Instance Principal.
B. Instances cannot access services outside their compartment.
C. VM instances are treated as users. Create a user and assign the user to that VM instance.
D. Create appropriate matching rules in the Dynamic Group to create an Instance Principal.
Correct Answer: D
References: https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/Identity/Tasks/managingdynamicgroups.htm

QUESTION 10
You want an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) compute instance in your compartment to make API calls to other
services within OCI without storing credentials in a configuration file. What do you need to do?
A. Create a dynamic group with appropriate matching rules to include the instance, and reference this group in your IAM
policy statement
B. Instances cannot access services outside their compartment
C. VM instances are treated as users. Create a user, assign the user to that VM instance, and reference the instance in
your Identity and Access Management (IAM) policy statement
D. By default, all VM instances are created with an instance principal. Reference this instance principal in your IAM
policy statement
Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 11
Your company decided to move a few applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in the US West (us-phoenix-1)
region.
You need to design a cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) solution with a requirement to deploy the DR resources in the
US East (us-ashburn-1) region to minimize network latency.
What is the recommended deployment?
A. Deploy production and DR applications in two separate virtual cloud networks (VCNs), each in different regions, and
then use VCN local peering gateways for connectivity.
B. Deploy production and DR applications in two separate VCNs, each in different regions. Connect them using a VCN
remote peering connection.
C. Deploy production and DR applications in the same VCN. Create production subnets in one AD, and DR subnets in
another AD (assume a multi-AD region).
D. Deploy production and DR applications in two separate VCNs in different availability domains (ADs) within the
primary region, and then use a VCN remote peering connection for connectivity.
Correct Answer: A
Remote VCN peering is the process of connecting two VCNs in different regions The peering allows the VCNs\\’
resources to communicate using private IP addresses without routing the traffic over the internet or through your onpremises network.

QUESTION 12
Which statement is true about Data Guard Implementation in DB systems?
A. Both DB systems must be in the same compartment, and they must be the same shape
B. You can define the backup window and set custom backup retention period for the automatic database backup
schedule.
C. You cannot manage Oracle database initialization parameters at a global level.
D. You cannot manage the database as sys/sysdba.
Correct Answer: A
An Oracle Data Guard implementation requires two DB systems, one containing the primary database and one
containing the standby database. When you enable Oracle Data Guard for a virtual machine DB system database, a
new DB
system with the standby database is created and associated with the primary database. For a bare metal DB system,
the DB system with the database that you want to use as the standby must already exist before you enable Oracle Data
Guard.
Requirement details are as follows:
-Both DB systems must be in the same compartment.

The DB systems must be the same shape type (for example, if the shape of the primary database is a virtual machine,
then the shape of the standby database can be any other virtual machine shape).

If your primary and standby databases are in different regions, then you must peer the virtual cloud networks (VCNs)
for each database. See Remote VCN Peering (Across Regions).

Configure the security list ingress and egress rules for the subnets of both DB systems in the Oracle Data Guard
association to enable TCP traffic to move between the applicable ports. Ensure that the rules you create are stateful
(the default).

QUESTION 13
You must implement a backup solution for your Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) that will enable you to restore
data as old as one year with a recovery point objective (RPO) of 10 days. Which database backup strategy would you
select?
A. Take weekly manual backups to supplement the automated backups and preserve them for 12 months.
B. Use the automated backups.
C. Take monthly manual backups to supplement the automated backups and preserve them for 12 months.
D. Take quarterly manual backups to supplement the automated backups and preserve them for 12 months.
Correct Answer: B
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure automatically backs up your Autonomous Databases and retains these backups for 60 days.
Automatic backups are weekly full backups and daily incremental backups. You can also create manual backups to
supplement your automatic backups. Manual backups are stored in an Object Storage bucket that you create, and are
retained for 60 days The retention period for manual backups is the same as automatic backups which is 60 days. So
we cannot preserve the backup for 12 months https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/autonomous-data-warehousecloud/user/backup-manual.html#GUID-D95E5D6A-C470-4A68-9545-CC99D937E7D1

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