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Amazon Exam SOA-C02 Topic 2 Question 95 Discussion

Actual exam question for Amazon's SOA-C02 exam
Question #: 95
Topic #: 2
[All SOA-C02 Questions]

Create an Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events) rule to invoke an AWS Lambda function on a daily basis. Configure the function to restore the DB cluster to a point in time and then delete the previous DB cluster. This is the most operationally efficient solution that meets the requirements, as it will allow the company to reset the database on a daily basis without having to manually take and restore snapshots. The other solutions (creating a manual snapshot of the DB cluster, enabling the Backtrack feature, or exporting a manual snapshot of the DB cluster to Amazon S3) will require additional steps and resources to reset the database on a daily basis.

A company hosts an application on an Amazon EC2 instance in a single AWS Region. The application requires support for non-HTTP TCP traffic and HTTP traffic.

The company wants to deliver content with low latency by leveraging the AWS network. The company also wants to implement an Auto Scaling group with an

Elastic Load Balancer.

How should a SysOps administrator meet these requirements?

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Suggested Answer: D

AWS Global Accelerator and Amazon CloudFront are separate services that use the AWS global network and its edge locations around the world. CloudFront improves performance for both cacheable content (such as images and videos) and dynamic content (such as API acceleration and dynamic site delivery). Global Accelerator improves performance for a wide range of applications over TCP or UDP by proxying packets at the edge to applications running in one or more AWS Regions. Global Accelerator is a good fit for non-HTTP use cases, such as gaming (UDP), IoT (MQTT), or Voice over IP, as well as for HTTP use cases that specifically require static IP addresses or deterministic, fast regional failover. Both services integrate with AWS Shield for DDoS protection.

https://medium.com/awesome-cloud/aws-difference-between-application-load-balancer-and-network-load-balancer-cb8b6cd296a4 https://aws.amazon.com/global-accelerator/faqs/?nc1=h_ls


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Leatha
4 days ago
But wouldn't using an Application Load Balancer with AWS Global Accelerator provide better performance for delivering content with low latency?
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Doyle
5 days ago
I disagree, I believe the answer is B) Create an Auto Scaling group with an Application Load Balancer (ALB). Add an accelerator with AWS Global Accelerator with the ALB as an endpoint.
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Earleen
9 days ago
I'm not sure about using CloudFront with an NLB. That seems like it might not work well for non-HTTP traffic. Option B is the clear winner here.
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Vilma
15 days ago
Option B is the way to go! Using AWS Global Accelerator with the ALB is the perfect solution to deliver low-latency content for both HTTP and non-HTTP traffic.
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Elfrieda
10 days ago
Option B is definitely the best choice. It will help deliver content with low latency.
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Leatha
17 days ago
I think the answer is A) Create an Auto Scaling group with an Application Load Balancer (ALB). Add an Amazon CloudFront distribution with the ALB as the origin.
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