What happens when a user initiates an application start? (Choose two)

A.    ctld, the controller daemon, controls the start process.
B.    The application is added to the grid by the grid controller.
C.    The start procedure follows the pattern you specify in the Q-obj file.
D.    Application scheduling determines which components in an application will be started on which servers.

Answer: AD

To create a custom appliance, you can use the image2class utility to: (Choose two)

A.    Instantiate a singleton
B.    Install from an ISO image directly to a CA AppLogic appliance
C.    Convert an Open Virtualization Format (OVF) VM image to a CA AppLogic assembly
D.    Import an OVF VM image directly to a CA AppLogic appliance

Answer: A

Which statement about CA AppLogic applications is TRUE?

A.    They are secondary entities and must be combined with other components to run as end-to-end services.
B.    They are multi-system objects that require multiple components to run them as a distributed application.
C.    They are hardware dependent and normally contain references to hardware such as servers, IP addresses, and host names.
D.    They are complete N-tier virtual business services, which include everything, from firewalls to data sources, needed to provision the service to a customer.

Answer: D

You want to integrate a CA AppLogic grid with an external directory service. To provide an encrypted connection to the global directory server, which protocol can you select?

A.    Secure Shell (SSH)
B.    Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
C.    Transport Layer Security (TLS)
D.    Internet Protocol Security (IPsec)

Answer: C

Several older servers have been freed up after a hardware refresh. What is the BEST way to use these for your CA AppLogic solution?

A.    Create a storage grid.
B.    Create a high availability (HA) grid.
C.    Use them as standby grid controllers.
D.    Use them for testing resource-intensive applications.

Answer: A

An example of a grid access level (role) in CA AppLogic is:

A.    App creator
B.    App developer
C.    Grid backup operator
D.    Backbone Fabric Controller (BFC) architect

Answer: B

Which statement MOST accurately describes the Distributed Kernel?

A.    Handles the infrastructure for each CA AppLogic application
B.    Provides a central point for managing and monitoring the grid
C.    Provides an easy way to package multiple appliance classes into a library
D.    Abstracts and virtualizes the grid hardware, and provides core system services

Answer: D

Traditional application backups are less satisfactory than CA AppLogic export and migration backup methods. Why are traditional application backups less satisfactory?

A.    They copy application data only.
B.    They need to be performed manually.
C.    They involve stopping the application before you make the copy.
D.    They frequently fail due to bad disk sectors or poorly designed backup applications.

Answer: A

Which statement about role-based access control (RBAC) in CA AppLogic versions before r3.0 is TRUE?

A.    There is no RBAC functionality.
B.    The RBAC model is identical to the latest model.
C.    Objects have access control lists (ACLs) but they are not compatible with the latest version of CA AppLogic.
D.    Unlike the latest version, the local admin group does not have an explicit list of members, but rather implicitly includes all users as members.

Answer: A

Which statement about selecting an IP address for your grid controller is TRUE?

A.    Best practice is to use the last address in the range.
B.    Best practice is to use the first address in the range.
C.    Your grid controller’s IP address is automatically assigned.
D.    Because there is no best practice, select any address in the range.

Answer: B

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