MemberJanuary 6, 2024 at 12:04 am
In the below question it is mentioning “same AWS region as the target account” then why assuming same region as source account when choosing answer.
A company plans to migrate an application consisting of an AWS Lambda function and an Amazon Aurora MySQL database from one AWS account to another. Both accounts belong to the same organization in AWS Organizations. The company intends to place the database in the same AWS region as the target account. The Lambda function is created from a ZIP deployment package stored in Amazon S3.
Which combination of actions should be performed to migrate the application with the least amount of downtime? (Select TWO.)
- Use the mysqldump utility to export the data and schema from the Aurora MySQL database into a SQL dump file. Transfer the SQL dump file to the target AWS account and import it into a newly created Aurora MySQL database instance.
- Use AWS Resource Access Manager (AWS RAM) to share the Lambda function with the target account.
- Create a snapshot of the existing Aurora MySQL database and share the snapshot with the target AWS account. Restore the database from the snapshot in the target account.
- Use AWS Resource Access Manager (AWS RAM) to share the Aurora MySQL DB cluster with the target AWS account. Create an Aurora clone in the target account.
- Download the ZIP deployment package and upload it to the target account’s S3 bucket. Create a new Lambda function in the target account using the ZIP package.
- This discussion was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by sac.
AdministratorJanuary 12, 2024 at 6:57 pm
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will do the necessary updates, and this should be reflected in our practice exam as soon as possible.
JR @ Tutorials Dojo
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