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HP0-J64 HP Designing HP Enterprise Storage Solutions
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QUESTION: 113 Which storage trend is directly connected to the concept of return on information? A. Big Data B. Cloud-based storage C. Flash-based storage D. Thin Provisioning Answer: D Explanation: VP/CIO, Regional US Healthcare Provider 3PAR’s thin provisioning alone has saved me around 50% of planned capacity, allowing me to reclaim space and defer expenditure. QUESTION: 114 How can server performance degradation be avoided during backup in a large virtualized environment with HP Data Protector? A. Utilize VMware ESX Server Snapshots B. Use HP StoreOnce D2DBS generic library emulation C. Configure target side deduplication D. Implement zero downtime Backup Answer: D QUESTION: 115 What does the 4-port Converged SAN Controller provide in the HP MSA 2040? A. IP ports for Asynchronous and Synchronous replication B. SFP modules support for FC and iSCSI C. Support for FCoE direct connect D. 6GB SAS and 16GB FC Combo support Answer: B Explanation: 73
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The HP MSA 2040 can also replicate data between arrays (P2000 G3 and/or MSA 2040 SAN Model only using FC or iSCSI protocol) with the optional Remote Snap feature. QUESTION: 116 Which feature in HP StoreVirtual Lefthand OS is ideal in VMware based VDI environment it stores all the virtual machines on a single volume once, without replicating data? A. Thin Provisioning snapshots B. Adaptive Optimization C. SmartClone volume D. Network RAID Answer: D Explanation: Network RAID is a per volume setting which can be adjusted to meet data protection and replication requirements on the fly. There are a variety of Network RAID levels to choose from, but for most production environments it is recommended to use Network RAID 10, which stores two copies of the data on the cluster. With this setting, the volumes remain online if you lose any single node in the cluster. From a capacity standpoint, you would need to take your capacity estimate based on your assessment of applications and workloads above and multiply it by the numbers of copies you want. For Network RAID 10, this is a factor of 2, as you store two copies of the data on this volume. More information on the other Network RAID levels and their respective use cases can be found in the HP StoreVirtual User Guide. QUESTION: 117 The chief information officer (CIO) of a company with 2500 employees is considering a VDI implementation to lower costs. The IT department is not interested in high storage capacity, but instead wants as many IOPS as possible. Which system meets the customer needs? A. HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 B. HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 C. HP 3PAR StoreServ 10400 D. HP 3PAR StoreServ 10800 Answer: A Explanation: 74
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HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 In the world of data center storage, the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 modular array is royalty. Setting the HP 3PAR StoreServ apart from the competition is an underlying architecture designed specifically to eliminate the performance bottlenecks and failure modes of traditional block storage systems. Tight integration with VMware and
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