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1. What compute option is designed for developers and requires no system administrators to maintain the infrastructure?

2. What are three support models supported by IBM Cloud?

3. An application is comprised of a set of core functions such as product catalog, client ratings, user forums, and each function must be developed and deployed independently of each other.

Which architecture supports this requirement?

4. What is a benefit of Public Cloud?

5. After selecting all items to be part of the total configuration in the IBM Cloud Cost Estimator, in which two file formats can the results be downloaded? (Choose two.)

6. Which two public clouds provide Red Hat Managed OpenShift instances? (Choose two.)

7. Which severity level should be assigned to a support case in the event of a business critical function becoming inoperable?

8. What are two use cases for Internet of Things devices? (Choose two.)

9. What describes IBM Event Streams?

10. Which type of storage is used in a database application that needs consistent fast access to disk?


 

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