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Module 4 Quiz >> Cloud Computing Basics (Cloud 101)

Module 4 Quiz >> Cloud Computing Basics (Cloud 101)


1. A hosting strategy where software products are installed on the physical hardware,

  • Docker
  • Bare-metal
  • On-premises
  • Virtualization

2. Which of the following are true of Bare-metal computing? Select all that apply.

  • There are multiple fixed costs with this approach.
  • Admins can make virtual templates of VM images.
  • Allows the hardware to be used more efficiently and by more users.
  • No virtualization is used.
  • Is based on a structure called a pod.

3. True or False? Running Virtual Machines (VMs) makes better use of the existing hardware.

  • True
  • False

4. With a VM, multiple copies of the VM images can be made, each with their own _______________ and host ID.

  • IP address
  • virtual template
  • virtual network adapter
  • Docker

5. A PaaS product that provides virtualized operating system environments called containers that are 100% independent from each other.

  • Docker
  • VMs
  • Kubernetes

6. A product that automates application deployment, scaling, and maintenance. It is a PaaS container orchestration product that can also be offered as an IaaS.

  • Kubernetes
  • Docker
  • VMs

7. Which of the following are features of On-premises Computing? Select all that apply.

  • All hardware is controlled by the firm.
  • Computing services are delivered on the firm’s network.
  • Is popular in gaming and IoT because responsiveness is critical.
  • Can be either private, public, or hybrid.

8. True or False? With Cloud computing, the delivery of the software services can be by a public, private, or virtual private network.

  • True
  • False

9. Computing services are brought physically closer to the customer. It has evolved into running software and applications, while keeping latency low.

  • Kubernetes
  • Cloud Computing
  • Edge Computing

10. The cloud uses one or more __________ to execute the software product.

  • hypervisors
  • private networks
  • virtual machines

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