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VMware Exam 5V0-31.22 Topic 2 Question 21 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 5V0-31.22 exam
Question #: 21
Topic #: 2
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A customer is leveraging vRA to provision workloads to a consolidated VCF domain cluster. Due to the increased demand of customer workloads, more capacity is now needed. The architect provides information on scaling the customer's consolidated design.

Which statement accurately characterizes this design?

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Suggested Answer: B

'When more capacity is needed, scaling the consolidated design is an option but a much better design option for a larger scale is to use workload domains. After you reach 8 or 10 nodes in the consolidated design, consider migrating to a standard design. If you migrate to a standard design, the default small vCenter Server Appliance size should be enough for most designs.'

According to the VMware Cloud Foundation documentation1, a consolidated architecture is suitable for smaller deployments that have 6 or fewer nodes, while a standard architecture is recommended for larger deployments that have more than 6 nodes. A consolidated architecture has some limitations and trade-offs compared to a standard architecture, such as less scalability, flexibility, and isolation. Therefore, if the customer's workload demand increases and requires more capacity, migrating to a standard architecture should be considered.

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4 days ago
But maybe it's worth it if we reach 8 or 10 nodes in our current design.
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21 days ago
Yeah, starting from scratch seems like a big task.
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1 months ago
I think migrating to a standard design will be a lot of work.
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