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service costs and adhere to Google best practices. What should you do? A. Utilize free tier and sustained use discounts. Provision a staff position for service cost management. B. Utilize free tier and sustained use discounts. Provide training to the team about service cost management. C. Utilize free tier and committed use discounts. Provision a staff position for service cost management. D. Utilize free tier and committed use discounts. Provide training to the team about service cost management. Answer: A Question: 60
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Questions & Answers PDF P-37 You are building a continuous deployment pipeline for a project stored in a Git source repository and want to ensure that code changes can be verified deploying to production. What should you do? for 10% of users before doing a complete rollout. After testing, tag the repository for production and deploy that to the production environment. Reference: - kubernetes/blob/master/ README.md Question: 61 You have an outage in your Compute Engine managed instance group: all instance keep restarting after 5 seconds. You have a health check configured, but autoscaling is disabled. Your colleague, who is a Linux expert, offered to look into the issue. You need to make sure that he can access the VMs. What should you do?
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Question: 62 Your company is migrating its on-premises data center into the cloud. As part of the migration, you want to integrate Kubernetes Engine for workload orchestration. Parts of your architecture must also be PCI DSScompliant.
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