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Exam Code: 2V0-31.23
Exam Name: VMware Aria Automation 8-10 Professional
Date: Mar 18, 2024
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Question 1
What is the purpose of a cloud zone?
  1. A cloud zone is used to segregate resources for provisioning within a cloud account.
  2. A cloud zone is a method of connecting to a type of resource provider.
  3. A cloud zone is used for organizing users and groups.
  4. A cloud zone is a simplified user interface for users who do not need full access to developing and building VMware Aria Automation templates.
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
A cloud zone in VMware Aria Automation is used to segregate resources within a cloud account, defining where workloads can be provisioned. This allows administrators to organize and manage resources effectively, ensuring that workloads are deployed in the desired locations within the cloud infrastructure.
A cloud zone in VMware Aria Automation is used to segregate resources within a cloud account, defining where workloads can be provisioned. This allows administrators to organize and manage resources effectively, ensuring that workloads are deployed in the desired locations within the cloud infrastructure.
Question 2
An administrator must assign an existing role to a group of users who should be able to create VMware Aria Automation templates. Which role should be assigned following the least privilege rule?
  1. VMware Aria Automation Assembler Administrator
  2. VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator Workflow designer
  3. VMware Aria Automation Organization Owner
  4. VMware Aria Automation Assembler User
Correct answer: D
Explanation:
Following the principle of least privilege, the role that should be assigned to a group of users who need to create VMware Aria Automation templates is the VMware Aria Automation Assembler User. This role provides enough permissions to work with templates without granting unnecessary administrative privileges, thus enhancing security and minimizing potential risks.
Following the principle of least privilege, the role that should be assigned to a group of users who need to create VMware Aria Automation templates is the VMware Aria Automation Assembler User. This role provides enough permissions to work with templates without granting unnecessary administrative privileges, thus enhancing security and minimizing potential risks.
Question 3
Within VMware Aria Automation Assembler, what would an administrator configure to allow a flavor mapping to be selected?
  1. VMware Aria Automation Cloud zones
  2. VMware Aria Automation Templates
  3. VMware Aria Automation Custom forms
  4. VMware Aria Automation Projects
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
Within VMware Aria Automation Assembler, an administrator would configure a flavor mapping to be selected in the VMware Aria Automation Cloud zones. A flavor mapping groups a set of target deployment sizings for a specific cloud account/region in VMware Aria Automation using natural language naming. Flavor mapping lets you create a named mapping that contains similar flavor sizings across your account regions. For example, a flavor map named standard_small might contain a similar flavor sizing (such as 1 CPU, 2 GB RAM) for some or all available account/regions in your project. When you build a cloud template, you pick an available flavor that fits your needs. You can organize flavor mappings for your project by deployment intent. You can also select a pre-configuration option when you add a new cloud account, which will select the most popular flavor mapping and image mapping for the specified region. The other options, VMware Aria Automation Templates, VMware Aria Automation Custom forms, and VMware Aria Automation Projects, are not the places where you can configure the flavor mapping for VMware Aria Automation Assembler.Reference:Learn more about flavor mappings in VMware Aria AutomationConfigure tenant specific image and flavor mappings for VMware Aria AutomationHow to add flavor mappings in VMware Aria Automation to specify common machine sizingsCreate global image and flavor mapping for VMware Aria Automation tenantsTo allow a flavor mapping to be selected within VMware Aria Automation Assembler, it's typically configured within the VMware Aria Automation Cloud Zones (A). Cloud Zones define the specific compute resources available for deployment, and flavor mappings are associated with these zones to specify the virtual hardware configurations for VMs.
Within VMware Aria Automation Assembler, an administrator would configure a flavor mapping to be selected in the VMware Aria Automation Cloud zones. A flavor mapping groups a set of target deployment sizings for a specific cloud account/region in VMware Aria Automation using natural language naming. Flavor mapping lets you create a named mapping that contains similar flavor sizings across your account regions. For example, a flavor map named standard_small might contain a similar flavor sizing (such as 1 CPU, 2 GB RAM) for some or all available account/regions in your project. When you build a cloud template, you pick an available flavor that fits your needs. You can organize flavor mappings for your project by deployment intent. You can also select a pre-configuration option when you add a new cloud account, which will select the most popular flavor mapping and image mapping for the specified region. The other options, VMware Aria Automation Templates, VMware Aria Automation Custom forms, and VMware Aria Automation Projects, are not the places where you can configure the flavor mapping for VMware Aria Automation Assembler.
Reference:
Learn more about flavor mappings in VMware Aria Automation
Configure tenant specific image and flavor mappings for VMware Aria Automation
How to add flavor mappings in VMware Aria Automation to specify common machine sizings
Create global image and flavor mapping for VMware Aria Automation tenants
To allow a flavor mapping to be selected within VMware Aria Automation Assembler, it's typically configured within the VMware Aria Automation Cloud Zones (A). Cloud Zones define the specific compute resources available for deployment, and flavor mappings are associated with these zones to specify the virtual hardware configurations for VMs.
Question 4
An administrator is preparing to deploy only VMware Aria Automation using the clustered deployment model.
Which three ports are required for the successful communication between VMware Aria Automation components? (Choose three.)
  1. 8080
  2. 443
  3. 22
  4. 8008
  5. 80
  6. 25
Correct answer: BDE
Explanation:
For VMware Aria Automation components to communicate successfully in a clustered deployment, certain ports must be open. Typically, port 443 (HTTPS) is required for secure web traffic, port 80 (HTTP) for web traffic redirection to HTTPS, and port 8008 might be used for internal communication purposes among VMware Aria Automation components.
For VMware Aria Automation components to communicate successfully in a clustered deployment, certain ports must be open. Typically, port 443 (HTTPS) is required for secure web traffic, port 80 (HTTP) for web traffic redirection to HTTPS, and port 8008 might be used for internal communication purposes among VMware Aria Automation components.
Question 5
Which two types of cloud accounts support IP address assignment in a network profile? (Choose two.)
  1. Microsoft Azure
  2. Amazon Web Services
  3. VMware vCenter
  4. VMware Cloud on AWS
  5. Google Cloud Platform
Correct answer: CD
Explanation:
IP address assignment in a network profile is crucial for defining how VMs obtain their IP addresses within specific cloud environments. VMware vCenter (C) and VMware Cloud on AWS (D) both support network profiles that can include static or dynamic IP address assignment, making them compatible with such configurations.The two types of cloud accounts that support IP address assignment in a network profile are VMware vCenter and VMware Cloud on AWS. IP address assignment is the process of assigning IP addresses to the network interfaces of the provisioned resources. VMware Aria Automation supports three types of IP address assignment: static, dynamic, and mixed. Static IP address assignment means that VMware Aria Automation manages the IP address allocation from a predefined range. Dynamic IP address assignment means that an external DHCP server manages the IP address allocation. Mixed IP address assignment means that both VMware Aria Automation and an external DHCP server manage the IP address allocation. VMware vCenter and VMware Cloud on AWS cloud accounts support all three types of IP address assignment in a network profile. You can configure the IP address assignment type for each network in the network profile. The other cloud accounts, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform, do not support IP address assignment in a network profile.They rely on the native IP address management of the cloud providers. You cannot configure the IP address assignment type for these cloud accounts in VMware Aria Automation.Reference:Learn more about network profiles in VMware Aria AutomationSolved: vRA 8 Set static IP assignment for selectable number of networksConfigure a network and network profile to use external IPAM for an existing networkAllocate IP Addresses - VMware Aria Automation API Programming Guide
IP address assignment in a network profile is crucial for defining how VMs obtain their IP addresses within specific cloud environments. VMware vCenter (C) and VMware Cloud on AWS (D) both support network profiles that can include static or dynamic IP address assignment, making them compatible with such configurations.
The two types of cloud accounts that support IP address assignment in a network profile are VMware vCenter and VMware Cloud on AWS. IP address assignment is the process of assigning IP addresses to the network interfaces of the provisioned resources. VMware Aria Automation supports three types of IP address assignment: static, dynamic, and mixed. Static IP address assignment means that VMware Aria Automation manages the IP address allocation from a predefined range. Dynamic IP address assignment means that an external DHCP server manages the IP address allocation. Mixed IP address assignment means that both VMware Aria Automation and an external DHCP server manage the IP address allocation. VMware vCenter and VMware Cloud on AWS cloud accounts support all three types of IP address assignment in a network profile. You can configure the IP address assignment type for each network in the network profile. The other cloud accounts, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform, do not support IP address assignment in a network profile.
They rely on the native IP address management of the cloud providers. You cannot configure the IP address assignment type for these cloud accounts in VMware Aria Automation.
Reference:
Learn more about network profiles in VMware Aria Automation
Solved: vRA 8 Set static IP assignment for selectable number of networks
Configure a network and network profile to use external IPAM for an existing network
Allocate IP Addresses - VMware Aria Automation API Programming Guide
Question 6
What disk storage type would an administrator select for a full life-cycle management of a virtual disk?
  1. Independent - Persistent disk mode
  2. Independent - NonPersistent disk mode
  3. First class disk storage type
  4. Standard disk storage type
Correct answer: C
Explanation:
For full life-cycle management of a virtual disk in a VMware environment, selecting the First Class Disk (FCD) storage type is appropriate. FCD provides enhanced management capabilities, allowing for independent lifecycle management of virtual disks apart from the virtual machines they are attached to. This includes operations like provisioning, resizing, and snapshotting, offering greater flexibility and control over disk resources.
For full life-cycle management of a virtual disk in a VMware environment, selecting the First Class Disk (FCD) storage type is appropriate. FCD provides enhanced management capabilities, allowing for independent lifecycle management of virtual disks apart from the virtual machines they are attached to. This includes operations like provisioning, resizing, and snapshotting, offering greater flexibility and control over disk resources.
Question 7
Where can an administrator examine the commands sent to CloudConfig by VMware Aria Automation during machine provisioning?
  1. Infrastructure > Activity > Events Log
  2. Extensibility > Library > Workflow Runs
  3. Extensibility > Activity > Workflow Runs
  4. Deployment > Provisioning Diagram > Dev Mode
Correct answer: D
Explanation:
To examine the commands sent to CloudConfig by VMware Aria Automation during machine provisioning, an administrator can use the Development Mode (Dev Mode) feature available in the Deployment's Provisioning Diagram. This feature provides detailed insights into the provisioning process, including the specific CloudConfig commands executed, helping administrators troubleshoot and understand the deployment process more thoroughly.
To examine the commands sent to CloudConfig by VMware Aria Automation during machine provisioning, an administrator can use the Development Mode (Dev Mode) feature available in the Deployment's Provisioning Diagram. This feature provides detailed insights into the provisioning process, including the specific CloudConfig commands executed, helping administrators troubleshoot and understand the deployment process more thoroughly.
Question 8
An IT Director wants to integrate existing Amazon Web Services CloudFormation templates into a new VMware Aria Automation deployment.
How can the administrator achieve this?
  1. Leverage Action Based Extensibility (ABX) to extend functionality, programmatically.
  2. Add content sources in VMware Aria Automation Consumption from the pre-configured Amazon Web Services cloud account.
  3. Create and configure a custom integration into VMware Aria Automation Assembler.
  4. Deploy a Cloud Proxy into the appropriate region of the pre-configured Amazon Web Services cloud account.
Correct answer: B
Explanation:
To integrate existing Amazon Web Services CloudFormation templates into a new VMware Aria Automation deployment, an administrator can add these templates as content sources in the VMware Aria Automation Consumption module. By linking to the pre-configured AWS cloud account, these CloudFormation templates can be made available for use within VMware Aria Automation, enabling seamless integration and utilization of existing AWS resources.
To integrate existing Amazon Web Services CloudFormation templates into a new VMware Aria Automation deployment, an administrator can add these templates as content sources in the VMware Aria Automation Consumption module. By linking to the pre-configured AWS cloud account, these CloudFormation templates can be made available for use within VMware Aria Automation, enabling seamless integration and utilization of existing AWS resources.
Question 9
Which command should an administrator run to ensure data integrity before a snapshot or backup of a VMware Aria Automation appliance?
  1. /opt/scrip^s/svc-stop.sh
  2. /opt/scripts/deploy.sh ---onlyClean
  3. kubectl logs -n prelude
  4. vracli status deploy
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
Before taking a snapshot or backup of a VMware Aria Automation appliance, it's crucial to ensure data integrity by stopping the services running on the appliance. Running the command /opt/scripts/svc-stop.sh achieves this by gracefully shutting down the VMware Aria Automation services, minimizing the risk of data corruption or inconsistency in the snapshot or backup.
Before taking a snapshot or backup of a VMware Aria Automation appliance, it's crucial to ensure data integrity by stopping the services running on the appliance. Running the command /opt/scripts/svc-stop.sh achieves this by gracefully shutting down the VMware Aria Automation services, minimizing the risk of data corruption or inconsistency in the snapshot or backup.
Question 10
When creating a subscription in VMware Aria Automation Assembler, what are the two types of runnable items available for executing code? (Choose two.)
  1. PowerShell
  2. VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator Workflow
  3. ABX Action
  4. Python
  5. Node.Js
Correct answer: BC
Explanation:
When creating a subscription in VMware Aria Automation Assembler, the two types of runnable items available for executing code are VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator Workflows and ABX Actions. These allow for the execution of predefined or custom automation tasks in response to various events within the VMware Aria Automation environment, providing flexible and powerful extensibility options.
When creating a subscription in VMware Aria Automation Assembler, the two types of runnable items available for executing code are VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator Workflows and ABX Actions. These allow for the execution of predefined or custom automation tasks in response to various events within the VMware Aria Automation environment, providing flexible and powerful extensibility options.
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