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Understand Azure datacenter architecture, regional availability, and high availability
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- Design Azure virtual networks, networking services, DNS, DHCP, and IP addressing configuration<br/>
+ <a href="?1.2">Design Azure virtual networks, networking services, DNS, DHCP, and IP addressing configuration</a><br/>
Extend on-premises Active Directory, deploy Active Directory, define static IP reservations, understand Network Security Groups; design Resource Groups
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+<section class="quiz" data-title="Design Microsoft Azure infrastructure and networking" data-subtitle="Objective 1.1: Describe how Azure uses Global Foundation Services (GFS) datacenters">
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ Virtual Machines (VMs) in Azure can be accessed using which of the following methods?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">Physical access</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>Remote Desktop</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>SSH</section>
+ <section class="description">
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ What are VIPs used for in Azure?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>Used to reserve a static IP Address to be assigned to a Virtual Machine or Cloud Service</section>
+ <section class="answer">Defines a VM as a Very Important Process, so it gets the 99.99% SLA guarantee</section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ Are VIPs publicly (internet) or privately (internal) facing?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>Public</section>
+ <section class="answer">Private</section>
+ <section class="description">
+ VIPs are publicly facing Virtual IP Addresses that can be assigned to a Virtual Machine or Cloud Service.
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ What is a DIP?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>The internal facing Dynamic IP Address assigned to a Virtual Machine or Cloud Service.</section>
+ <section class="answer">The public facing Dynamic IP Address assigned to a Virtual Machine or Clou Service.</section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ How many Virtual IPs (VIPs) is a single Azure Subscription allowed to reserve?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">10</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>20</section>
+ <section class="answer">50</section>
+ <section class="answer">Unlimited</section>
+ <section class="description">
+ Currently, Azure Subscritions are limited to reserving a maximum of 20 VIPs.<br>
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ What Azure PowerShell cmdlet is used to reserve VIP?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">New-AzureVirtualIP</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>New-AzureReservedIP</section>
+ <section class="answer">Reserve-AzureIP</section>
+ <section class="answer">Reserve-AzureVIP</section>
+ <section class="description">
+
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ How is a DIP (Dynamic IP) assigned to a Virutal Machine?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">Manually through PowerShell</section>
+ <section class="answer">Manually within the VM configuration</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>Automatically via DHCP</section>
+ <section class="description">
+ The DIP for a VM is assigned automatically via DHCP.
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ When does a DIP (Dynamic IP) for a Virtual Machine change?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">Every 24 hours</section>
+ <section class="answer">Every 2 weeks</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>When the VM is stopped or deallocated</section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ Under what circumstances can the VM's of a Cloud Service reference one another by their hostname or fully qualified domain name (FQDN)?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">VMs across different networks or Cloud Services</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>VMs on the same network</section>
+ <section class="description">
+ Azure provides hostname / FQDN resolution for VMs within the same Cloud Service. With VMs from different Cloud Services a separate DNS server would need to be setup in order to support this.
+ </section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">
+ What DNS Domain Name is automatically given to a Virtual Machine or Cloud Service?
+ </section>
+ <section class="answer">{machine name}.vm.azurevm.net</section>
+ <section class="answer">{machine name}.azurevm.net</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>{machine name}.cloudapp.net</section>
+ <section class="answer">{machine name}.vm.cloudapp.net</section>
+ </section>
+ <section class="question">
+ <section class="text">What DNS records can be created to associate a custom domain name to a VM?</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>CNAME record</section>
+ <section class="answer" data-correct>A record</section>
+ <section class="answer">TXT record</section>
+ <section class="description">
+
+ </section>
+ </section>
+
+</section>

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