Parte 2

INFORMACIÓN
ESTADÍSTICAS
RÉCORDS
Título del test:
Parte 2

Descripción:
OJCS Part 2

Autor:
Carlos
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
09/01/2019

Categoría:
Informática
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Your administrator obtained a trial subscription to Oracle Java Cloud Service and created a user account for you. You are given your sign-in credentials. You are ready to begin using Oracle Java Cloud Service. You look through your checklist before you create a service instance. What three prerequisite steps should be on your checklist? (Choose three) A. Assign the Java Administrator role to yourself B. Create or obtain an SSH public/private key pair C. Add the SSH public key to Oracle Compute Cloud Service D. Create a storage volume in Oracle Compute Cloud Service for block storage backups E. Create a service instance in Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service F. Create an object storage container in Oracle Storage Cloud Service.
Before using Oracle Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension, you need to take into consideration its limitations. Which two statements are true about the limitations of Oracle Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension? (Choose two) A. You cannot integrate with any other Oracle Cloud solutions B. You can deploy web applications, but not JAR or EAR deployments C. Your application deployments may contain Java packages that are disallowed and are subject to a Whitelist check D. You have limited control over the environment because is fully managed by Oracle.
Your Oracle Java Cloud Service instance has one Managed Server, instance_server_1, which resides on the same VM as the Administration Server. The managed Server needs to be restarted to address processing errors. Which two options can you use to restart instance_server_1 without disrupting access to the Administration Server? (Choose two) A. Stop and start the Managed Server using WLST commands B. Stop and start the Managed Server using Oracle Traffic Director C. Stop and start the Managed Server using the Oracle Java Cloud Service REST API D. Stop and start the Managed Server using Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console E. Stop and start the Managed Server from the Topology page in the Oracle Java Cloud Service Console.
You have created an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance and you want to take advantage of the capabilities of the Node Manager. Which two statements about using Node Manager in Oracle Java Cloud Service are true? (Choose two) A. You can issue commands to the Node Manager with the WebLogic Server Administration Console B. You can migrate servers from a failed machine to another machine C. You can stop and start the Administration Server and Managed Servers D. You can start and stop the VM.
You want to restore an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, including its database, from a backup. Which two tasks must you perform before selecting Restore on the backup? (Choose two) A. Use Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service to restore the database from the associated database backup, which is identified by its RMAN tag B. Shut down the WebLogic Server Administration Server in the service instance C. Shut down the WebLogic Server Managed Servers in the service instance D. Disable traffic to the load balancer E. Shut down the load balancer.
You have just restored an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, including its database, from a backup. Which two tasks must you perform to return the service instance to service? (Choose two) A. Enable traffic to the load balancer B. Restart the WebLogic Server Administration Server in the service instance C. Restart the WebLogic Server Managed Servers in the service instance D. Remove the service instance’s transaction records E. Restart the load balancer.
You want to use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Which option should you use as a target? A. Administration Server B. Application server C. Individual Managed Servers D. Cluster E. Load Balancer.
You provision an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance with the following configuration: cluster size of 2 compute shape set to OC4 (2 OCPUs and 15 GB memory) load balancer enabled with a compute shape set to OC5 (4 OCPUs and 30 GB memory) Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service instance with a compute shape set to OC4 (2 OCPUs and 15 GB memory) How many Oracle Compute Units (OCPUs) will be consumed? A. 8 B. 5 C. 4 D. 6 E. 7 F. 9 G. 10.
You want to use WebLogic Server Scripting Tool (WLST) commands online to undeploy an application from an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. You specify the following command: undeploy (‘myApp’) Which statement about the effects of this command is true? A. The command does not undeploy the application. You must specify a Managed Server and repeat the command for each Managed Server where the application is deployed B. The command undeploys the application only from the Managed Server that resides on the same VM as the Administration Server C. The command does not undeploy the application. You must specify each Managed Server where the application is deployed D. The command undeploys the application from all Managed Servers where the application is deployed.
You are tasked with tuning your Oracle Java Cloud Service application environment. Identify the correct sequence of activities for Oracle’s recommended performance tuning methodology. A. Configure the Oracle Java Cloud Service compute shape and clusters, set up Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service, develop and deploy application, configure a Continuous Integration environment, and develop performance test cases B. Understand performance objectives, measure performance metrics, locate bottlenecks in the system, minimize impact of bottlenecks, and achieve performance objectives C. Tune the EJBs and message-driven beans, the JDBC data source, the WebLogic JMS components, the Resource Adapters, the Web Applications, and the Web Services D. Review the Oracle Java Cloud Service Console metrics, the Fusion Middleware Control metrics, the WebLogic Server console diagnostics, the Java Mission Control flight recordings, and the operating system performance monitoring console. E. Tune the database, the application, the Weblogic Server configuration, the JVM, and the operating system.
You want to use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Which two tasks must you accomplish for establishing a connection to the remote WebLogic Server for the first time? (Choose two) A. Use the SSL port to ensure a secure connection B. Create an SSH tunnel C. Specify the patch profile D. Create a new application server E. Specify port 22 as the remote port.
You have been provisioned with a Java Cloud Service instance. The WebLogic Server domain in this instance has an Administration Server and two Managed Servers. The Managed Servers are configured into a cluster.You plan to create an additional security realm to create and test custom security policies in the WebLogic Server domain of this instance. How many security realms can be active in a WebLogic Server domain of the Java Cloud Service instance? A. three: one for the Administration Server and one for each Managed Server B. two: one for the Administration Server and one for the cluster C. four one for the domain and one for each WebLogic Server D. one: for the domain only.
You want to deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Which two deployment methods require an SSH tunnel? (Choose two) A. WebLogic Server Scripting Tool (WLST) commands run remotely B. Fusion Middleware Control Console C. Integrated Development Environment (IDE) D. WebLogic Server Administration Console E. WebLogic Server Scripting Tool (WLST) commands run locally.
You want to deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance by using the WebLogic Server Administration Console. Which statement is true? A. You must use WLST commands to first upload the application from your local machine B. You can deploy the application the same way you would for an on-premises service C. You can access only a limited number of features in the console D. You must open a browser and type the URL, specifying the port as 9002, to access the console E. You must first create an SSH tunnel to the Administration Server’s VM.
You are examining the runtime state of your WebLogic Server. Which three are capable of providing details of this runtime state? (Choose three) A. custom JMX clients for accessing MBeans B. the WebLogic Domain Configuration utility C. WLST D. custom clients based on REST APIs E. JVM heap analyzers F. Linux Operating System tolos.
You have a Java EE application running on your premises that you want to migrate to your newly subscribed Oracle Java Cloud Service. What detail of the database on your premises should you consider in this migration? A. Database archive logs B. Database schema for the application data C. Database listener information D. Database snapshot files.
You plan to migrate a Java EE application from your premises to Oracle Java Cloud Service. Which two details of the application must you consider in this migration? (Choose two) A. JMS configuration B. Log files from Administration Server and Managed Servers C. Datasource configuration D. Load balancer configuration E. Node manager configuration.
You are developing Java EE applications for deployment to your Oracle Java Clou Service instance What three functions does Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) offer to support your development efforts? (Choose three) A. It includes templates and wizards to assist in creating projects B. It is a certified plug-in to the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) C. It generates executable code from multiple source languages D. It provides whitelist scanning to assess applications before deployment E. It includes both GUI and command-line F. It validates public and private URLs.
You want to use WebLogic Server Scripting Tool (WLST) commands online to deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance You specify the following commands: Which statement about the effects of the deploy command is true? A. If you had not specified targets, the application would have been deployed to the cluster B. You can only specify a .war file for the application C. You must specify the path to the location of the application on the Administration Server’s VM D. WLST deploys the application after waiting 120,000 ms.
You are an Oracle partner and want to take advantage of the distribution channel offered by Oracle Cloud Marketplace for your applications. Which statement is true? A. Customers cannot rate or review applications B. Available applications exclude channel management and lead generation C. Customers can browse but not search for applications D. Oracle Cloud Marketplace supports SaaS applications only.
You have created an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance using an Oracle Database as a Service instance named DBaaS. You deploy your application to the Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Given below is the code snippet within your application’s weblogic.xml deployment descriptor file. What does this entry indicate? A. An on-premise data source named DBaaS is configured for use by the application, but not when deployed to the cloud B. An on-premise data source named DBaaS is configured for use by the application that is deployed to the cloud C. An Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service instance named DBaaS is configured for the Oracle Java Cloud Service instance D. An Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service instance named DBaaS is configured as a data source for the application deployed to the cloud.
You want to add resources to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance by scaling out the service instance. Which statement correctly describes the resources that are added when you scale out a service instance? A. A Managed Server is added on the service instance’s existing VM that is running the load balancer B. A Managed Server is added on a new VM that is added to the service instance C. A Managed Server is added on the existing VM that is running the Administration Server D. A Managed Server is added on one of the existing VMs that is running a Managed Server.
You have created users, groups, and security policies in a security realm that you used in the best environment of a separate WebLogic Server domain. What must you do to bring the users, groups, and security policies from the test environment to the production environment? A. Re-assign the test environment as the production environment B. Export the security realm in the test environment by using the Administration Console and import in the production environment C. Copy the domain configuration files from the test environment to the production environment D. Reconfigure the security realm in the production environment to use the security realm of the test environment.
You are evaluating the security policy assignments in the WebLogic Server domain of an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Which statement about security policy is true? A. Individual-access permissions override any group member-access permissions B. Group member-access permissions: override any individual-access permissions C. You cannot configure security for groups D. You cannot configure security for individuals in a group.
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