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  • HappyDog1111

    July 3, 2024 at 10:58 am


    Category: DOP – Resilient Cloud Solutions

    A company’s application stores its important assets in an Amazon S3 bucket. The security team has observed that the application is only deployed in a single region and is not protected from regional disasters. To address the issue, the company released a new policy with the following requirements:

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  • important assets must always be accessible

  • deploy the application to multiple Regions

  • users must use the same endpoint to access the assets

  • Which combination of steps should the DevOps Engineer implement to achieve the requirements in the MOST operationally efficient way? (Select THREE.)
    one answer is Create a CloudFront distribution and configure new origins for each bucket. Create an origin group containing all the recently created origins, then modify the default behavior of the distribution to use the new origin group.
    But,one origin group can only contain 4 origin,the number of created origins is not mentioned in this question, maybe 10 or more,they cant be added into one single origin group

    So I get confused

  • Neil-TutorialsDojo

    July 10, 2024 at 10:05 am

    Hi HappyDog1111,

    Good day!

    Thank you for your observation. You are correct that the scenario does not specify the exact number of origins or regions for asset replication, only stating “multiple.” Typically, companies replicate their assets in at least two regions (commonly with one origin per region) to ensure high availability and disaster recovery. This setup maintains service continuity in case one region experiences an outage while balancing cost and operational efficiency.

    In this context, having more than four origins would likely be excessive for ensuring disaster recovery in multiple regions. A reasonable and operationally efficient solution could involve replicating the assets to two or four regions, with one origin (S3 bucket) per region, and creating an Origin Group containing those origins in CloudFront.

    Thank you for your feedback to help improve this question. If you have further clarifications, please let us know.

    Neil @ Tutorials Dojo

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