The more agressive, the more likely to live migrate VMs even for small gain. Last, you can also configure the resource treshold for when optimization should kick in. Default it`s set to 30% CPU and 512 MB RAM. To test and verify, right click on your cluster, and click "optimize hosts". VMM will check if it`s anything to gain, on demand, and eventually live migrate VMs to balance the load. QUESTION 11 Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 Operations Manager infrastructure. The network contains two network segments that are separated by a firewall. You have a management server named OM1. You create a discovery rule and configure the rule to discover SNMP devices. You discover that only the devices on the network segment that contains OM1 are discovered. You need to ensure that the devices supporting SNMP on both network segments are discovered. Which firewall port should you allow on the firewall? A. TCP 125 B. TCP 22 C. UDP 162 D. UDP 161 Correct Answer: D Section: [none] Explanation Explanation/Reference: SNMP uses the default UDP port 161 for general SNMP messages and UDP port 162 for SNMP trap messages.
- Download A+ VCE (latest) free Open VCE Exams - VCE to PDF Converter - VCE Exam Simulator - VCE Online - IT Certifications QUESTION 12 Your company has a private cloud that is managed by using a System Center 2012 infrastructure. You deploy an application visualization solution. You deploy a server named Server1, and then you install the Remote Desktop Services server role. Server1 is monitored by using Operations Manager. You deploy a virtualized application named App1 to Server1. You need to set the state of Server1 to critical if CPU utilization by App1 exceeds 80 percent for five minutes. What should you create? A. a rule B. a monitor C. a service level objective (SLO) D. an event subscription E. a synthetic transaction Correct Answer: B Section: [none] Explanation Explanation/Reference: Monitor is the correct answer Service level Objectives Service level objectives are measurements to ensure that you are meeting defined service level commitments. In Operations Manager, you define a service level objective - the set of monitors that you need to track (such as performance or availability) - and then run reports against that service level objective to ensure that you are meeting your goals. SLO’s are agreed as a means of measuring the performance of the Service Provider. SLO’s are specific measurable characteristics of the SLA such as availability, throughput, frequency, response time, or quality. This concept is part of SLM in SCSM 2012.
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