MemberSeptember 13, 2023 at 8:31 am
You have an Azure subscription that contains an Azure Storage account named
TD1as an Azure Resource Manager template. The template contains the following sections.
For each of the following items, choose Yes if the statement is true or choose No if the statement is false. Take note that each correct item is worth one point.
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Incorrect0 / 3 Points
An Azure storage account contains all of your Azure Storage data objects: blobs, files, queues, tables, and disks. The storage account provides a unique namespace for your Azure Storage data that is accessible from anywhere in the world over HTTP or HTTPS. Data in your Azure storage account is durable and highly available, secure, and massively scalable.
Data in an Azure Storage account is always replicated three times in the primary region. Azure Storage offers four options for how your data is replicated:
- Locally redundant storage (LRS) copies your data synchronously three times within a single physical location in the primary region. LRS is the least expensive replication option but is not recommended for applications requiring high availability.
- Zone-redundant storage (ZRS) copies your data synchronously across three Azure availability zones in the primary region for applications requiring high availability.
- Geo-redundant storage (GRS) copies your data synchronously three times within a single physical location in the primary region using LRS. It then copies your data asynchronously to a single physical location in a secondary region that is hundreds of miles away from the primary region.
- Geo-zone-redundant storage (GZRS) copies your data synchronously across three Azure availability zones in the primary region using ZRS. It then copies your data asynchronously to a single physical location in the secondary region.
Take note that Geo-redundant storage (GRS) maintains six copies total, including three copies in the primary region and three copies in the secondary region.
Azure storage offers different access tiers, allowing you to store blob object data in the most cost-effective manner. Available access tiers include:
- Hot – Optimized for storing data that is accessed frequently.
- Cool – Optimized for storing data that is infrequently accessed and stored for at least 30 days.
- Archive – Optimized for storing data that is rarely accessed and stored for at least 180 days with flexible latency requirements on the order of hours.
Therefore, you will have a total of 6 copies maintained because its replication setting is Geo-redundant storage (GRS). This storage option copies your data asynchronously across 3 Azure availability zones in your primary region and 3 copies in the secondary region, for a total of 6 copies.
Conversely, if you store frequently accessed files, you must modify the access tier to the hot tier from the cool tier.
The option that says: 3 is incorrect because only Locally redundant storage (LRS) and Zone-redundant storage (ZRS) maintain a total of 3 copies of data.
The options that say: 4 and 5 are incorrect because there is no Azure Storage redundancy type that maintains 4 and 5 copies of data. Only 3 for LRS and GRS and 6 for GRS and GZRS.
Account Kind is incorrect because this simply offers several types of storage accounts, such as StorageV2, Storage, and BlobStorage. Each type supports different features and has its own pricing model.
Versioning is incorrect because this feature is for automatically maintaining the previous versions of an object. When blob versioning is enabled, you can restore an earlier version of a blob to recover your data if it is erroneously modified or deleted.
Performance is incorrect because this tiering system is primarily used for determining the speed capability of your storage account. There are two types of performance tiers: Standard: optimized for high capacity/throughput and Premium: optimized for high transaction rates and single-digit consistent storage latency.
Question is not being solved properly, because it’s not solving the templates parameters being discussed in the question.
** I would be happy for a credit for my submission 😉
AdministratorSeptember 16, 2023 at 12:17 pm
Thank you for noting this, and we apologize for the inconvenience you encountered with the practice exam. We want to inform you that the error in AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator has been fixed.
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MemberSeptember 17, 2023 at 6:59 am
Ok, good to know I’ve helped.
Any chance of a getting credit for the AZ-305 as a bug reward?
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