5.DRAG DROPYou are developing an Azure web app named WebApp1. WebApp1 uses an Azure App Service plan named Plan1 that uses the B1 pricing tier.You need to configure WebApp1 to add additional instances of the app when CPU usage exceeds 70 percent for 10 minutes.Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer,
Explanation: Box 1: From the Scale out (App Service Plan) settings blade, change the pricing tier The B1 pricing tier only allows for 1 core. We must choose another pricing tier. Box 2: From the Scale out (App Service Plan) settings blade, enable autoscale - Log in to the Azure portal at - Navigate to the App Service you would like to autoscale. - Select Scale out (App Service plan) from the menu - Click on Enable autoscale. This activates the editor for scaling rules. Box 3: From the Scale mode to Scale based on metric, add a rule, and set the instance limits. Click on Add a rule. This shows a form where you can create a rule and specify details of the scaling. References: - service/windows/
-azure-web-apps/6.A web developer creates a web application that you plan to deploy as an Azure web app.Users must enter credentials to access the web application.You create a new web app named WebAppl1 and deploy the web application to WebApp1.You need to disable anonymous access to WebApp1.What should you configure? References: - resolving-iis-permissions-problems 7.You are building a custom Azure function app to connect to Azure Event Grid.You need to ensure that resources are allocated dynamically to the function app. Billing must be based on the executions of the app.What should you configure when you create the function app?
scaling of your function app. References: - create-first-azure-function
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