– You connect to an existing service over the network by using HTTP. The service listens on HTTP port 80.
– You plan to create a test environment for this existing service by using an Azure virtual machine (VM) that runs Windows Server. The service must be accessible from the public Internet over HTTP port 8080.
– You need to configure the test environment.
Which two actions should you take? Continue reading “You connect to an existing service over the network by using HTTP….”
You have an existing virtual network with a gateway that is deployed to Azure. You delete all objects that are deployed to the virtual network.
You use the Azure portal to delete the virtual network, but the deletion fails. You need to determine the cause of the error.
What should you do first? Continue reading “You have an existing virtual network with a gateway..”
You have an on-premises Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) application. A section of the application uses resources that are hosted in Azure.
The application uses Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to control access to the section of the application that accesses Azure resources. You synchronize all user principals to Azure Active Directory.
The application has the following requirements: Use Windows integrated credentials for single sign-on (SSO). Use Azure Active Directory as an identity provider. You need to create an endpoint to use for web sign-in to the secured section of the application.
Which endpoint should you use? Continue reading “You have an on-premises Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) application.”
You have an existing classic virtual network. You need to export the virtual network settings to an XML file to make modifications.
Which Azure PowerShell cmdlet should you use? Continue reading “Which Azure PowerShell cmdlet should you use?”
You deploy several virtual machines (VMs) to Azure by using the Azure Service Manage (classic).You must deploy new VMs by using the Azure Resource Manager (ARM).You need to ensure the new VMs can communicate with the existing Vms.
What should you do? Continue reading “You deploy several virtual machines to Azure by using the Azure Service Manage..”
You purchase an Azure subscription. You plan to deploy an application that requires four Azure virtual machines (VMs). All VMs use Azure Resource Management (ARM) mode.
You need to minimize the time that it takes for VMs to communicate with each other.
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You have an Azure subscription that has five virtual machines (VMs). You provision the VMs in an availability set to support an existing web service. You anticipate additional traffic. You identify the following additional requirements for the VMs:
I. disk size 500 GB
II. IOPS per disk: 2000
III. throughput per disk 100 MB per second
IV. number of highly utilized disks: 40
V. You need to scale the service.
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– Your development team has created a new solution that is deployed in a virtual network named fab Dev VNet.
– Your testing team wants to begin testing the solution in a second Azure subscription.
You need to create a virtual network named fabTestVNet that is identical to fab Dev VNet.
– You want to achieve this goal by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which three steps should you perform in sequence? Continue reading “Which three steps should you perform in sequence?”