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2022 Updated VMware 3V0-21.21 Exam Questions

Jan 07,2022
Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.x 3V0-21.21 exam questions have been updated, which are the best material for you to test the ability to apply design principles to develop a vSphere 7.x conceptual design given a set of customer requirements, determine the functional and non-functional requirements needed to create a logical design, and architect a physical design using these elements. Killtest new updated VMware certification 3V0-21.21 exam questions can make sure you pass 3V0-21.21 exam and get VCAP-DCV Design 2021 certification.

2022 Updated VMware 3V0-21.21 Exam Questions

VMware 3V0-21.21 Exam


VMware certification 3V0-21.21 exam information is available below. 
Number of Questions: 60
Duration: 150 minutes
Passing Score: 300
Format: Single and Multiple Choice, Proctored
Price: $450
Language: English

VCAP-DCV-Design-2021 3V0-21.21 Exam Objectives


List VMware VCAP-DCV-Design-2021 3V0-21.21 exam objectives below. 

3V0-21.21 exam objectives

Killtest new updated VMware certification 3V0-21.21 exam questions can help you test study Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.x objectives. Share some VMware VCAP-DCV-Design 2021 3V0-21.21 exam questions and answers below. 

What is a benefit of using a scale-out method for handling vSphere cluster growth?
A. An increase in the recovery time objective (RTO) for the cluster
B. Faster to reach the limit of virtual machines per host
C. An overall reduction in the license costs for the cluster
D. Less potential impact to virtual machines during a single host failure
Answer:D

An architect will be taking over control of a former Linux server fleet and repurposing the hardware into a new vSphere cluster. The current environment is already connected to the network but the hosts do not have any local disks. Since the fleet hardware is uniform, the architect can use a single ESXi image. All hosts within the cluster have the same CPU and memory capacity. Which ESXi deployment method should the architect use?
A. Stateless cached vSphere Auto Deploy
B. Stateless vSphere Auto Deploy
C. Manual install of each ESXi host with an image from USB
D. Stateful vSphere Auto Deploy
Answer: B

An architect is designing a new greenfield environment that will install ESXi on local disks. There is a requirement to streamline initial and future installations of ESXi hosts. Which configuration option should the architect recommend for installing ESXi hosts to meet these requirements?
A. Installation with kick start script
B. Auto Deploy with stateless caching mode
C. Manual installation using boot from SAN
D. Auto Deploy with stateful install mode
Answer: D

An architect is designing a new vSphere platform to meet a list of requirements from the security team. Which two requirements would be classified as non-functional requirements? (Choose two.)
A. Migration of virtual machines between hosts must be encrypted
B. Log information must be verbose to support incident resolution
C. Critical events generated within the platform must be logged to an external Syslog service
D. Data integrity must be ensured
E. A common content library must be maintained across all data centers
Answer: AC

An architect is reviewing a physical storage design. The customer has specified that storage DRS will be used for ease of operational management for capacity and performance. Which recommendation should the architect include in the design?
A. Create smaller datastores to balance space with Storage DRS
B. Use a larger number of storage profiles (varied disk speeds and RAID levels) to improve performance
C. Create larger datastores to balance space with Storage DRS
D. Create more datastores within each Storage DRS cluster to balance space and performance
Answer: D

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