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  • Right answer – hosted zone ? Answer should be private hosted zone, but why Ans B

  • Ravia

    Member
    October 8, 2021 at 10:08 am

    An insurance company is planning the migration of workloads from its on-premises data center to the AWS Cloud
    The company requires end-to-end domain name resolution Bidirectional DNS resolution between AWS and the
    existing on-premises environments must be established The workloads will be migrated into multiple VPCs. The
    workloads also have dependencies on each other, and not all the workloads will be migrated at the same time
    Which solution meets these requirements?
    Which solution meets these requirements?

    A . Configure a private hosted zone for each application VPC, and create the requisite records Create a set of
    Amazon Route 53 Resolver inbound and outbound endpoint In an egress VPC Define Route 53 Resolver rules to
    forward requests for the on-premises domains to the on-premises DNS resolver Associate the application

    B . Configure a public hosted zone for each application VPC and create the requisite records Create a set of
    Amazon Route 53 Resolver Inbound and outbound endpoints in an egress VPC. Define Route 53 Resolver rules to
    forward requests for the on-premises domains to the on-premises DNS resolver Associate the application VPC
    private hosted zones with the egress VPC and share the Route 53 Resolver rules with the application accounts by
    using AWS Resource Access Manager Configure the on-premises DNS servers to forward the cloud domains to the
    Route 53 inbound endpoints.

    C . Configure a private hosted zone for each application VPC, and create the requisite records Create a set of
    Amazon Route 53 Resolver inbound and outbound endpoints in an egress VPC Define Route 53 Resolver rules to
    forward requests for the on-premises domains to the on-premises DNS resolver. Associate the application VPC
    private hosted zones with the egress VPC and share the Route 53 Resolver rules with the application accounts by
    using AWS Resource Access Manager. Configure the on-premises DNS servers to forward the cloud domains to the
    Route 53 outbound endpoint.

    D . Configure a private hosted zone for each application VPC, and create the requisite records Create a set of
    Amazon Route 53 Resolver inbound and outbound endpoints in an egress VPC Define Route 53 Resolver rules to
    forward requests for the on-premises domains to the on-premises DNS resolver Associate the Route 53 outbound
    rules with the application VPCs and share the private hosted zones with the application accounts by using AWS
    Resource Access Manager Configure the on-premises DNS servers to forward the cloud domains to the Route 53
    inbound endpoint.

  • Carlo-TutorialsDojo

    Administrator
    October 9, 2021 at 3:03 am

    Hello Ravia,

    It seems that you’ve posted a question that is not included in our practice tests. We highly suggest that you contact the author of the question as he’s/she’s the one who can provide a clearer explanation of the correct answer.

    Regards,

    Carlo @ Tutorials Dojo

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