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Demo Questions

Question 1
When considering the interface design for an enterprise-wide Service you have been guided by the SOA Reference Architecture to consider a document style data format first. Why is that?

  • A: Large amounts of data can be exchanged with document-style interfaces.
  • B: This will provide the greatest opportunity for re-use from the widest possible number of consumers.
  • C: Document-style interfaces provide for tight coupling between consumers and service providers.
  • D: Document-style interfaces tend to be quite fine-grained so that they can be re-composed in innovative ways.
  • E: Document-style interfaces provide for tight coupling between consumers and service providers.



Question 2
A key aspect of your SOA initiative includes a clear and consistent definition of a service. Which three statements are true in Oracle's definition of a Service?

  • A: A Service is a means of packaging reusable software building blocks to provide functionality to users, applications, or other Services.
  • B: A Service is comprised of Implementation code and a WSDL by which it is described.
  • C: A Service is only used for wrapping legacy systems to enable easier integration,
  • D: A Service is an independent, self-sufficient, functional unit of work.
  • E: A Service is discoverable, manageable, and measurable.
  • F: A Service is a Java-based component.



Question 3
What is the reason to have separate production, services, and maintenance networks in the product deployment of the service-oriented integration architecture?

  • A: The separate networks provide the necessary bandwidth to support the architecture. The production network is used exclusively by the applications in production. The service network is used exclusively for calling SOA Services- The maintenance network is dedicated to providing administration servers and operations terminals access to control applications, services, and Infrastructure.
  • B: The separate networks provide the necessary bandwidth to support the architecture. The production network Is used exclusively by the applications in production. The service network is used to test SOA Services before moving them to production. The maintenance network is used exclusively to perform maintenance tasks on the production applications, services, and infrastructure.
  • C: The separate networks provide the necessary security to support the architecture. The production network is connected to the intranet and internet. The service network provides connectivity to the SOA Services but no access to the internet. The maintenance network is dedicated to providing administration servers and operations terminals access to control applications, services, and infrastructure.
  • D: The separate networks separate different types of network traffic. The production network Is used exclusively by the systems in production. The service network is used to test SOA Services before moving them to production. The maintenance network is dedicated to providing administration servers and operations terminals access to control applications, services, and infrastructure in production and test
  • E: The separate networks separate different types of network traffic. The production network connects to the existing production environment and provides access to the service discovery and to the service bus. The service network provides connectivity between the service bus and SOA Services only; thereby preventing service consumers from bypassing the service bus. The maintenance network is dedicated to providing administration servers and operations terminals access to control applications, services, and infrastructure.



Question 4
While defining the SOA Requirements Management process, you have identified the need for a SOA repository. Which three items would you store against your Service?

  • A: Source code
  • B: Usage Agreements
  • C: Capacity Metrics
  • D: Security Policies
  • E: Build scripts



Question 5
Whenever an account is past due, the billing system will post an "account past due" event message to a JMS queue. How is the event handled in the service-oriented integration architecture?

  • A: The Business Process layer In the architecture listens for and handles the event.
  • B: The Mediation layer in the architecture listens for the event and then routes the event to the appropriate SOA Service.
  • C: There is a JMS listener for each layer in the architecture, so each layer In the architecture Is responsible for handling events as appropriate.
  • D: The architecture does not support events generated by a back-end system.
  • E: The Data Movement layer in the architecture is used to detect and handle events generated by the back-end systems.



Question 6
Which statement best describes SOA governance continuous improvement?

  • A: SOA governance continuous improvement enables your organization to define and deploy your own focused and customized SOA initiative.
  • B: SOA governance continuous improvement enables your organization to define and deploy your ownfocused and customized SOA governance model.
  • C: SOA governance continuous improvement enables your organization to make sure that Services are reused.
  • D: SOA governance continuous improvement enables your organization to achieve ROI on you SOA initiative.



Question 7
Which two statements describe SOA Governance relationships?

  • A: SOA Governance integrates with and extends IT Governance
  • B: SOA Governance directly aligns with Corporate Governance
  • C: SOA Governance ignores IT Governance
  • D: Cloud Computing Governance dictates SOA Governance
  • E: EA Governance Influences SOA Governance



Question 8
A project manager has come to you as the SOA architect asking why his Service Candidate has to be justified before he can build it. What two reasons are you going to give that it is important that Services must be justified before they are implemented?

  • A: The Services must be implemented by a single team and the Justification process prevents other teams from creating Services.
  • B: SOA Services incur greater costs over their full lifecycle than application components and therefore must justify the extra investment before they are built.
  • C: No control over Service creation can result in Service proliferation resulting in a complex and inconsistent SOA that is difficult to manage and maintain.
  • D: The release of the Service needs to be co-ordinated with other projects and therefore his project will not be delivering it because the timescales are incompatible.



Question 9
Which statement describes how complexity, effort, and benefit are used In the SOA Project Selection Framework?

  • A: Complexity measures the number of integrations that the project would require. Effort measures the amount of effort that existing shared services would save for the project. Benefit measures the amount of additional revenue that would result from the project, A top project for inclusion would have a larger benefit and effort with a lower complexity.
  • B: Complexity measures the number of integrations that the project would require. Effort measures the amount of effort that existing shared services would save for the project. Benefit measures the business benefit that would be delivered by the project. A top project for inclusion would have a larger benefit and effort with a lower complexity.
  • C: Complexity measures the technical complexity of the project. Effort measures the level of effort required to complete the project. Benefit measures the amount that the project would advance the SOA maturity of the organization. A top project for inclusion would have a larger benefit than the effort.
  • D: Complexity measures the technical complexity of the project. Effort measures the level of effort required to complete the project. Benefit measures the amount of business benefit that would be delivered by the project. A top project for inclusion would have a large benefit and lower complexity and effort.
  • E: Complexity measures the technical complexity of the project. Effort measures the level of effort required to complete the project. Benefit measures the amount of business benefit that would be delivered by the project. A top project for inclusion would have a large benefit and an effort that is lower than the complexity.



Question 10
Business users are asking for access to data that already exists in the enterprise but each back-end system is based on differing technologies making it challenging for the business users to access the data in a simple and expedited manner. How can the SOA conceptual architecture support this need?

  • A: Data is copied from the various source systems into an operational data store. This operational data store is then exposed to service consumers as common presentation services,
  • B: Existing data sources are service enabled and exposed as common reusable Data Services.
  • C: Existing data sources are service enabled and exposed as common reusable Business Activity Services, which in turn call the appropriate Data Services.
  • D: Existing data sources are exposed via the Service Bus.
  • E: Existing data sources are service enabled and exposed as common reusable Business Activity Services.








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