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Your customer has broadly accepted a design you have produced for a large vSphere environment.

You have specified, amongst other things, that the solution will make use of Storage I/O Control, Storage DRS, Storage Profiles, and your design requires that the storage solution must be able to offload functions, such as block copying and zeroing, to the storage array. The customer has asked you to confirm that the SAN solution that they want to select can support the vSphere storage features you have included in your design. Which of the following capabilities should the proposed SAN support? Choose two. A: VMware API for Array Integration VMware API for Storage Awareness VMware API for Storage Acceleration VMware Appliance for Storage Acceleration VMware Storage Appliance

During the initial phase of a virtualization project, you typically need to gather a significant amount of data regarding the performance needs and capabilities of an existing infrastructure that may be entirely physical or may be a mix of physical and virtual. What VMware tool can you use to acquire and analyze this data so that you can present a detailed and accurate analysis to your customer? Choose one. A: VMware Capacity Planner VMware Site Analyzer vSphere Configuration Planner VMware Inventory Analyzer

a conversation with a customer discussing the scope for a project, the customer stated that they wanted a closely-integrated backup solution for their virtual machines. They have also expressed a very strong desire to use this as an opportunity to begin 10GbE rollouts in earnest and and would like a solution that could be implemented with a minimum number of physical network ports per host. Further design discussions have led to agreement that the solution should support iSCSI Storage, HA, DRS, vMotion and vSphere Replication and the customer has now stated that all ESXi hosts must have a single dual port 10GbE NIC as they have a hard limit on the number of 10GigE switch ports available at this time. Which of the following additional vSphere features should be included in a design in order to meet the customers requirements? Choose two. A: vSphere Data Protection

vSphere Network IO Control vShield Zones vSphere Host Profiles

During your kick off meeting with a customer to discuss the objectives of a new virtualization initiative, the CFO has emphasized the need to identify how the new solution will help address the issue of escalating operational costs for their IT server infrastructure. Which particular features of should you highlight as features of the solution that will directly reduce operational costs? Choose two. A: vSphere Web Clients enhanced interfaces will allow a significant reduction in the level of IT administration staff required to manage the environment leading to lower operational expenditure vSphere Dynamic Power Management enables automatic reduction in datacenter power and cooling in response to load by shutting down unnecessary hosts during off peak times Server consolidation through virtualization with vSphere will reduce the number of physical servers and the overall power and cooling budget significantly leading to immediate and measurable operational expenditure savings vSphere High Availability and Fault Tolerance provide increased service uptime at no additional cost and will reduce or even eliminate the operational costs associated with out of hours on call support

You are planning your first face-to-face meeting with a customer to discuss their requirements for a new virtualization project. In addition to the outline specification0 the customer has provided a list of specific objectives they have for the new environment that present you with conflicting design choices. Some of these are listed below: The solution must be able to automatically restart all virtual machines if a physical host becomes isolated or crashes The Engineering and Development virtual machines should be stored locally on the ESXi hosts the y run on The Payroll and Billing Virtual Machines must be protected with Fault Tolerance. All Virtual Machines must be replicated to a DR site Which two of the following points should you discuss further with the customer in order to resolve the requirements that are in conflict with each other? Choose two. A: vSphere HA requires that protected machines are stored on shared storage so it cannot protect locally stored VMs with HA. We must decide whether to remove the Engineering and Development VMs from HA or to allow these to be stored on shared storage. vSphere Replication is incompatible with VMs that run from local storage. If we must replicate the Engineering and Development VMs, they must be stored on shared storage. VMware Replication is incompatible with High Availability. We must either protect these machines with HA, which will restart them locally, or with Replication which will restart them on the DR site after isolation or failure. VMware Replication is incompatible with Fault Tolerance. We can protect these machines with HA, which

will restart them after isolation or failure, but we cannot use vSphere Replication and Fault Tolerance to protect the same machines.

When carrying out your analysis of a customers environment, you have acquired detailed performance and capacity data that you are now using to develop the detailed specification for the vSphere ESXi hosts that will be required in the solution. You have been given two potential server configurations that both meet the technical requirements. Configuration A supports all of the features required for the solution. You can precisely match all performance and capacity requirements, with no spare capacity, using four of these servers as the ESXi hosts. Confi guration B provides 100% more CPU and Memory capacity per ESXi host but costs 60% more. In your followup meetings with the customer to refine the specification of the solution, they have confirmed that they require that all services be automatically re-started in case of any single host failure and they want the solution to be sized at 20% higher capacity and performance than is currently required. This is to support expected growth over the next two years so they will not need to acquire any additional server hardware in that time frame. Excluding licensing considerations which of the following server configuration and quantities will be the most cost effective option for this customer? Select one. A: 6 Configuration A ESXi hosts 5 Configuration A ESXi hosts 4 Configuration B ESXi hosts 3 Configuration B ESXi hosts

Your customer has provided the following list of requirements that must be included in the design you are working on. HA DRS vSphere Replication vCenter Heartbeat Support for up to 8 CPUs per VM ( 8 way vCPU) Which vSphere host licensing option is the minimum that could be used for the ESXi hosts in the solution? Choose one. A: Essentials Plus Standard Enterprise Enterprise Plus

Which of the following are some of the key partner benefits that can be realized by using VMware Services Software Solutions (SSS)? Choose two. A: Leverage VMware Services IP Provide customized licensing bundles Discounted premium support options Rapidly create customized, personalized solutions

While finalizing the vSphere 5.1 infrastructure design for a customer, you have a meeting to close out on final specifications and requirements. The customer has indicated an interest in disaster recovery options. They have previously looked at building a dedicated DR capability but the high cost of the storage hardware required to support replication from their production SAN has always led to the cancellation of these

projects. You suggest that a small solution could be implemented very cost-effectively using vSphere Essentials Plus but there would be some features they would leave out. Which of the following features would not be available with the Essentials Plus License? Choose two. A: Hot Add CPU and Memory Dynamic Power Management Enhanced vMotion High Availability

Which of the following are part of VMwares commitment to maintaining vibrant online learning communities that will provide you with up to date information on new courses and learning opportunities as a VMware Technical Sales Professional? Choose three. A: @VMwareVTSP on Twitter VMware Technical Sales Professional (VTSP) Group on LinkedIn VMware Partner Link VTSP Community on Facebook