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May 21,2021

CIS-Discovery is one hot exam for ServiceNow certification. The ServiceNow Certified Implementation Specialist–Discovery exam is available to ServiceNow customers, partners, employees, and others interested in becoming a ServiceNow Implementer or Administrator. Killtest new released ServiceNow certification CIS-Discovery exam study guides are proved by certified candidates, which are valid for you to take this Certified Implementation Specialist–Discovery CIS-Discovery exam. There are 45 Q&As in the new released ServiceNow CIS-Discovery exam guides, you can study them to pass the test. 


CIS-Discovery Certified Implementation Specialist Guides


CIS-Discovery Certified Implementation Specialist–Discovery Exam

ServiceNow CIS–Discovery exam certifies that a successful candidate has the skills and essential knowledge to configure, administer, implement, and maintain the Discovery application within the ServiceNow platform. The ServiceNow certification CIS-Discovery exam consists of approximately 45 questions. After completing and submitting the ServiceNow CIS-Discovery exam, a pass or fail result is immediately calculated and displayed to the candidate. 

ServiceNow CIS-Discovery Exam Learning Domains

List ServiceNow certification CIS-Discovery exam learning domains below. 

Discovery Pattern Design 35%

Pattern Designer (i.e. Debug, Steps, Sections)
Operations (i.e. Match, Parse variable, Parse file, Parsing strategies) –
Syntax (i.e. Variables, Attributes, Regex)
Application Identification and Connection Sections (Patterns, Identification and Connection Sections, Troubleshooting)

Discovery Configuration 35%

Discovery Setup (i.e. Behaviors, Clusters, IP Services, Schedules)
Discovery Process Flow (i.e. PCIE Phases, ECC Queue, Status, Discovered Device)
Discovery Troubleshooting (i.e. Discovery Errors, Duplicates, Credentials)

Configuration Management Database 15%

CI Class Manager (i.e. CMDB Health Dashboard, CI Class Manager, CMDB Tables, Reclassification, CMDB Relationships)
CMDB Identification and Reconciliation (i.e. CI Identifiers, Reconciliation Definitions, Datasource Precedence, CMDB De-duplication)

Discovery Engagement Readiness 15%

Planning (i.e. MID Server Requirements and Specifications)
Operationalizing IT (i.e. MID Server and Discovery Dashboards, Benefits)
Discovery Solution (i.e. Business Value, Definition, Positioning)

ServiceNow Certified Implementation Specialist–Discovery CIS-Discovery exam study guides can help you study the above learning domains. Share some ServiceNow certification CIS-Discovery exam demo questions and answers below. 

For the Parse Variable pattern operation, what is required to have two different parsing methods to populate variables?
A. Two different Debug Mode sessions.
B. A tabular and a scalar variable.
C. Two different steps.
D. Two different Define Parsing selections on the same step
Answer: D

Which best describes Discovery schedule of type Configuration Item?
A. Verifies Configuration Item data from the scanned IP ranges against the data in the CMDB.
B. Creates only a list of discovered IPs in both IPv4 and IPv6 formats.
C. Collects complete information from the scanned IP ranges and sends it to the CMDB.
D. Directly populates records in the assets table.
Answer: D

Based on the following images, which choice best describes what occurs if Discovery sets the name attribute of a discovered Windows Server CI to 'Windows1' and then Altiris discovery runs detecting 'Windows2' for the name attribute on the same CI?

A. The name of the CI stays 'Windows1'.
B. The name of the CI changes to 'Windows2'.
C. The name of the CI does not populate with either discovery.
D. The CI is not discovered because Discovery is not listed in either image.
Answer: B

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