Practice Test

Question 1

Resources in Azure represent ...

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 Azure resources represent purchased Azure services. While they use JSON format to do it, it’s simply for purposes of storing their configuration in a commonly accepted and readable format.

Question 2

Resources Groups in Azure can represent a logical grouping of ...

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 Resource groups allow for grouping in any way that suits your organization’s needs. As such all of the mentioned options (A, B, C, D, E) are correct.

Question 3

For better granularity of permissions and management, it is recommended for the resource groups to be nested to represent the organizational/application hierarchy. True or false?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 This is false. Resource groups can’t be nested.

Question 4

Azure Resource Manager is ...

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👨‍🦱 💬 Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is a centralized management layer for managing all Azure resources. All requests regardless of the interface used go through ARM.

Question 5

Azure Resource Manager uses which format for its templating system

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❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 Azure Resource Manager uses the JSON format to save service configuration. This can be reviewed easily using resources.azure.com portal.

Question 6

Contoso company wants to organize their Azure environment so that developers and application owners can build their applications without impacting other applications. For security and operation reasons they also need to separate production from non-production environments. Which resource group separation strategy should they follow?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 Separation by application lifecycle means naming resource groups by application name and environment name (among others). This separation strategy allows customers to have separate groups per application and environment name to assign separate privileges to their employees and vendors. As such making sure they don’t impact each other while working with Azure.

Question 7

Once created, resources can't be moved to different resource group. True or False?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 This is false. Most Azure resources can be moved to a different Azure subscription/resource group with a single press of a button

Question 8

A single resource can be placed in multiple resource groups for easier management. True or False?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 This is false. Azure resources can only be placed only in a single resource group

Question 9

A single resource group can contain resources from different regions. True or False?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 This is true. There is no limitation when it comes to resource location based on resource group location.

Question 10

Resources can be created without any resource group assignment. True or False?

✔ That's correct
❌ That's not correct
👨‍🦱 💬 This is false. A resource group assignment is required when creating any resource.
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