A customer will use their vRealize Automation solution to provision and manage both production and development workloads.
During workshops, the customer has communicated the following information about the environment:
The production and development workloads are deployed to separate vCenter Servers.
Three different user groups have been identified for access to the solution: Application Developers, Application Owners, and Infrastructure Operators
The customer has communicated the following requirements:
Only Application Owners and Infrastructure Operators may be permitted to deploy production workloads.
A limit should be applied to the number of development workloads concurrently deployed by each user type.
Application Owners must not be able to view or modify another user’s deployment(s).
In addition to the creation of separate Production and Development Cloud Zones, which three design decisions meet the requirements? (Choose three.)
An architect is designing a private cloud solution for an organization and has been given the following information:
The organization already has a VMware Workspace ONE Access 3.3.2 cluster with external MSSQL server for their existing virtualized desktop environment.
Due to budget constraints, wherever possible, the architect needs to reuse the existing environment.
What should the architect recommend as an authentication solution for the private cloud?
Note: VMware Identity Manager has been renamed as VMware Workspace ONE Access.
An organization that extensively uses vRealize Orchestrator workflows for vRealize Automation integrations has the following challenges:
Each VM provisioning request executes 50 workflows for integration with various third-party tools.
Many developers from different teams, unaware of each other’s work, create and maintain the workflows.
Whenever vRealize Automation VM deployments fail, a lot of time and resources are spent debugging failures.
Which cloud management product will help speed up the organization’s troubleshooting effects?
A customer has asked to have a vSphere cluster and Cloud Zone dedicated for Cloud Template development. The customer is going use the Cloud.vSphere.Machine compute resource type and they have been unable to quantify values for Favor Mappings during a requirements gathering exercise.
Which Flavor Mapping decision should be made for the Cloud Zone?
A customer will use the vRealize Automation platform for production and development deployments to the same vSphere cluster. One of their vSphere templates will only be licensed for use in development and must not be used for production.
The customer has defined a tag category called “environment” with three possible values “development”, “test” and “production” to differentiate the environments.
Which two design decisions will ensure that the requirements are met? (Choose two.)
An architect is designing a greenfield Cloud Management solution. During the requirements gathering workshop with the customer, the following information was captured:
The log monitoring solution must be capable of collecting a minimum of 10,000 evets per second.
The automation solution must be capable of deploying at least 20 concurrent workloads.
When creating the design documentation, which design quality should be used to classify the requirements?