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ISS-003 Intel Intel(R) Server Specialist Certification
Answer: F QUESTION: 171 Your customer has called you with the following question and would like to know what (if any) are the headline differences between a traditional server virtualisation model and the cloud. (Select ALL that apply). A. There is no difference. B. The cloud model has one large virtualized, orchestrated resource pool allowing for addition of capacity on demand. C. In the cloud, applications and services are automatically and intelligently orchestrated within a single physical resource pool. D. The cloud has compute and storage resources connected to the same local area network. E. The server virtualisation model has no automation. F. Only a private cloud offers the intelligence and automation for applications with “always - on” elastic services. Answer: B, C QUESTION: 172 The Intel® Server Board S2600WT has two Front Panel headers through which front panel signals can be routed.Which of the following documents would an Intel® Server Specialist use to identify the headers used in a particular chassis? A. The Spare Parts and Configuration Guide B. The Quick Start Guide C. The Service Guide D. The Technical Product Specification Answer: C QUESTION: 173 You have been asked to explain to your customer some of the differences in the server that you are suggesting they purchase. Inparticular they have requested more information on some elements of the DRAM within the server. They would like to know the defin ition of “UDIMM”, “RDIMM” and “LRDIMM” and what the differences would mean to the suggested server configuration. (Select ALL that apply). A. RDIMM means reduced speed dynamic inline memory module as these are
much slower than normal, double the memory is required B. LRDIMM means load reduced dual inline memory module which reduces the electrical load on the server and thus allows for higher memory densities per module than RDIMM. C. LRDIMM means low voltage registered (or buffered) dual inline memory module which is more energy efficient than a regular RDIMM. D. UDIMM means unregistered (or unbuffered) dual inline memory module which is a cost optimized memory solution.

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