1)Which two statements are true about an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Virtual Cloud Network(VCN)? A.A VCN can reside in multiple Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions and Availability Domains.B.A VCN covers a single contiguous IPv4 CIDR block of your choice.C.An allowable VCN size range is: /16 to /30.D.A VCN creates the dynamic routing gateway by default. 2)Which option lists Virtual Cloud Networks (VCNs) that can be peered? Which three are default Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) components?
Which is a customer’s responsibility on an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure database? Which three methods can you use to manage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services? A.Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Desktop ClientB.Oracle Cloud Infrastructure ConsoleC.SSH or RDPD.Command-line Interface
E. REST API Your company has decided to move a few applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and you have been asked to design it for Disaster Recovery (DR). One of the items of your design is to deploy the DR at least 300 miles from the home site and minimize the network latency as much as possible. A. Deploy applications in two separated VCNs in different Availability Domains and use VCN Remote Peering B. Deploy applications in different regions and have them connected using VCN Remote Peering C. Deploy applications in two separated VCNs in different regions and use VCN Local Peering D. Deploy applications on the same region splitting workloads across Availability Domains. %20Remote%20Peering What is the possible reason for ‘Critical’ warning? You are an administrator with an application running on OCI. The company has a fleet of OCI compute virtual instances behind an OCI Load Balancer. The OCI Load Balancer Backend Set
health check API is providing a ‘Critical’ level warning. You have confirmed that your application is running healthy on the backend servers.What is the possible reason for this ‘Critical’ warning?
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