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Which statement is TRUE about delegating an existing domain to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) DNS service?
Domains can be delegated to OCI DNS from the Domain Registrar’s self-service portal. The explanation is that delegating a domain to OCI DNS means that you are transferring the authority to resolve DNS queries for your domain from your current DNS provider to OCI DNS. To delegate a domain to OCI DNS, you need to create a zone in OCI DNS that matches your domain name and add any records that you want to serve from OCI DNS. Then, you need to update the name servers for your domain at your Domain Registrar’s self-service portal with the name servers provided by OCI DNS. This will point your domain to OCI DNS and allow it to resolve DNS queries for your domain.
You have a high-demand web application running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Your tenancy
administrator has set up a schedule-based autoscaling policy on instance pool with an initial size of 5 instances for the application.
Target pool size:10 instances
Execution time:8:30 a.m. on every Monday through Friday, in every month, in every year
Cron expression:0 30 8 ? * MON-FRI *
Which statement accurately explains the goal of this policy?
The explanation is that a schedule-based autoscaling policy allows you to adjust the size of your instance pool based on a cron expression that specifies the date and time of the scaling action. The cron expression consists of six fields: seconds, minutes, hours, day of month, month, and day of week. In this case, the cron expression is 0 30 8 ? * MON-FRI *, which means that the scaling action will occur at 8:30 a.m. on every Monday through Friday, regardless of the day of month or month. Therefore, the goal of this policy is to scale out the instance pool to 10 instances on weekday mornings at 8:30 a.m.
You are using a custom application with third-party APIs to manage the application and data hosted in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) tenancy. Although your third-party APIs do not support OCI’s signature-based
authentication, you want them to communicate with OCI resources. Which authentication option should you use to ensure this?
Auth Tokens is the authentication option that you should use to ensure that your custom application with third-party APIs can communicate with OCI resources. Auth Tokens are tokens that can be used as an alternative to passwords when making API calls to OCI services. Auth Tokens can be generated and revoked by users in the OCI Console or CLI, and can be used with any API client that supports basic authentication. The other options are not suitable for this scenario, as they either require OCI’s signature-based authentication or are not applicable for API calls. References: [Auth Tokens]