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  • [Question #71] Wrong text reasoning in explanation

  • Aleksey Ovcharenko

    Member
    February 1, 2024 at 6:04 pm

    In the question as it is #4 is valid choice as well:

    A company is hosting its production environment in AWS Fargate. To save costs, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) wants to deploy its new development environment workloads on its on-premises servers as this leverages existing capital investments. As the Solutions Architect, you have been tasked by the ClO to provide a solution that will:

    • have both on-premises and Fargate managed in the same cluster

    • easily migrate development environment workloads running on-premises to production environment running in AWS Fargate

    • ensure consistent tooling and API experience across container-based workloads

    Which of the following is the MOST operationally efficient solution that meets these requirements?

    1. Utilize Amazon ECS Anywhere to streamline software management on-premises and on AWS with a standardized container orchestrator. This makes it easy to migrate the development workloads running on-premises to ECS in an AWS region on Fargate.

    2. Install and configure AWS Outposts in your on-premises data center. Run Amazon EKS Anywhere on AWS Outposts to launch container-based workloads. Migrate development workloads to production that is running on AWS Fargate.

    3. Use EKS Amazon Anywhere to simplify on-premises Kubernetes management with default component configurations and automated cluster management tools. This makes it easy to migrate the development workloads running on-premises to EKS in an AWS region on Fargate.

    4. Install and configure AWS Outposts in your on-premises data center. Run Amazon ECS on AWS Outposts to launch the development environment workloads. Migrate development workloads to production that is running on AWS Fargate.

    But in explanation it is invalid because of EKS Anywhere (which comes from nowhere)

  • Carlo-TutorialsDojo

    Administrator
    February 2, 2024 at 6:53 pm

    Hello Aleksey,

    Thanks for the feedback.

    Just to be clear, the correct answer to this question is:

    Utilize Amazon ECS Anywhere to streamline software management on-premises and on AWS with a standardized container orchestrator. This makes it easy to migrate the development workloads running on-premises to ECS in an AWS region on Fargate.

    The solution being sought by the scenario is something that can integrate with both their container workloads in on-premises and AWS. They should also be able to use the same set of AWS APIs for managing the cluster. AWS Outposts is not a suitable option because AWS Fargate is unavailable on AWS Outposts, and moreover, ECS Anywhere is not designed to run on it. In our explanation, we mistakenly referred to EKS Anywhere as ECS. This error has been noted, and we will correct it.

    Please let us know if you have any questions.

    Regards,

    Carlo @ Tutorials Dojo

    • Aleksey Ovcharenko

      Member
      February 2, 2024 at 9:55 pm

      Thanks! Now the explanation makes sense.

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