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VMware Exam 5V0-11.21 Topic 9 Question 52 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 5V0-11.21 exam
Question #: 52
Topic #: 9
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A customer plans to use VMware Cloud on AWS to support their public cloud adoption initiatives. Their use case for VMware Cloud on AWS is predominately data center extension to support seasonal and business specific demands. There will also be a number of workloads running in VMware Cloud on AWS on a long-term, permanent basis. Based on a recent sizing assessment, it is determined that utilization of VMware Cloud on AWS will fluctuate between two and five hosts throughout the year based on seasonal and market conditions. Which possible subscription option would result in the greatest benefit to this customer and why?

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Suggested Answer: D

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Amie
3 days ago
I like the idea of option D. Locking in a term rate for some hosts and using on-demand for additional ones offers a good balance of stability and flexibility.
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Alona
5 days ago
I see where both of you are coming from, but I prefer option C. Consuming on-demand based on requirements seems like the most cost-effective approach.
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Rolland
6 days ago
I disagree, I believe option B is better. Locking in a term rate for some hosts and using on-demand for the rest provides more flexibility.
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Felicidad
8 days ago
I think option A makes the most sense. It offers cost savings and eliminates the need to constantly provision hosts.
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Dwight
9 days ago
I like the idea of option D. Locking in a term rate for some hosts and using on-demand for additional ones offers a good balance of stability and flexibility.
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Velda
14 days ago
I see where both of you are coming from, but I prefer option C. Consuming on-demand based on requirements seems like the most cost-effective approach.
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Ettie
1 months ago
I disagree, I believe option B is better. Locking in a term rate for some hosts and using on-demand for the rest provides more flexibility.
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Irene
1 months ago
I think option A makes the most sense. It offers cost savings and eliminates the need to constantly provision hosts.
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