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C2160-667 IBM IBM Test667, Architectural Design of SOA Solutions
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QUESTION: 98 The IT organization for a government information office follows ITIL best practices. They use WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) to manage the lifecycle of a service in their SOA. A mandate has been passed for the IT organization to manage and control the service environment, including relationships and configuration. Where should this new information be stored? A. All services and endpoint locations should be in the Service Registry and Repository. B. All services and endpoint locations should be in the configuration management database. C. Services and related configuration data should be in the Service Registry and Repository. D. Services and related configuration data should be in the configuration management database. Answer: D QUESTION: 99 In an organization that is adding services and has an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), the plan is to charge for the usage of those services. What should the Solution Designer recommend to capture the usage data?
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  • Fall '16
  • Mohammad Alizadeh
  • Service-oriented architecture, Service level agreement, IBM WebSphere

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