Infrastructure and apps event processing Use Streaming as a unified entry point

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Question #:43You are currently working for a public health care company based in the United Stats. Their existing patientrecords runs in an on-premises data center and the customer is sending tape backups offsite as part of theirrecovery planning.You have developed an alternative archival solution using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) that will save the
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A. B. C. D. E. company a significant amount of mom on a yearly basis. The solution involves storing data in an OCI Object Storage bucket After reviewing your solution with the customer global Compliance (GRC) team they have highlighted the following security requirements: • All data less than 1 year old must be accessible within 2 hour. • All data must be retained for at least 10 years and be accessible within 48 hours • AH data must be encrypted at rest • No data may be transmitted across the public Internet Which two options meet the requirements outlined by the customer GRC team? Provision a FastConnect link to the closest OCI region and configure a private peering virtual circuit. Create an OCI Object Storage Standard tier bucket Configure a lifecycle policy to archive any object that Is older than 365 days Create a VPN connection between your on premises data center and OCI. Create a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) along with an OCI Service Gateway for OCI Object Storage. Provision a FastConnect link to the closest OCI region and configure a public peering virtual circuit Create an OCI Object Storage Standard tier bucket. Configure a lifecycle policy to delete any object that is older than 7 years Answer: B D Explanation The Oracle Services Network is a conceptual network in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure that is reserved for Oracle services. These services have public IP addresses that you typically reach over the internet. However, you can access the Oracle Services Network without the traffic going over the internet. There are different ways, depending on which of your hosts need the access: Hosts in your on-premises network: - Private access through a VCN with FastConnect private peering or VPN Connect: The on-premises hosts use private IP addresses and reach the Oracle Services Network by way of the VCN and the VCN's service gateway. - Public access with FastConnect public peering: The on-premises hosts use public IP addresses. regarding which Fastconnect Public peering: To access public services in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure without using the internet. For example, Object Storage, the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console and APIs, or public load balancers in your VCN. Communication across the connection is with IPv4
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