Which of the following statements about SQS is true?

Which of the following statements about SQS is true? A. Messages will be delivered exactly once and messages will be delivered in First in, First out order B. Messages will be delivered exactly once and message delivery order is indeterminate C. Messages will be delivered one or more times and messages will be delivered in […]

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Which of the following steps could resolve the issue?

After launching an instance that you intend to serve as a NAT (Network Address Translation) device in a public subnetyou modify your route tables to have the NAT device be the target of internet bound traffic of your private subnet. Whenyou try and make an outbound connection to the Internet from an instance in the […]

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What is the most secure approach for signing requests t

Games-R-Us is launching a new game app for mobile devices. Users will log into the game using their existing Facebookaccount and the game will record player data and scoring information directly to a DynamoDB table. What is the mostsecure approach for signing requests to the DynamoDB API? A. Create an IAM user with access credentials […]

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What is an effective method to mitigate this?

You run an ad-supported photo sharing website using S3 to serve photos to visitors of your site. At some point you findout that other sites have been linking to the photos on your site, causing loss to your business. What is an effectivemethod to mitigate this? A. Store photos on an EBS volume of the […]

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which naming scheme would give optimal performance on S3?

If an application is storing hourly log files from thousands of instances from a high traffic web site, which naming schemewould give optimal performance on S3? A. Sequential B. instanceID_log-HH-DD-MM-YYYY C. instanceID_log-YYYY-MM-DD-HH D. HH-DD-MM-YYYY-log_instanceID E. YYYY-MM-DD-HH-log_instanceID Show Answer

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What could be an explanation for this?

You are writing to a DynamoDB table and receive the following exception:” ProvisionedThroughputExceededException”.though according to your Cloudwatch metrics for the table, you are not exceeding your provisioned throughput. Whatcould be an explanation for this? A. You haven’t provisioned enough DynamoDB storage instances B. You’re exceeding your capacity on a particular Range Key C. You’re exceeding […]

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What could explain this behavior?

You attempt to store an object in the US-STANDARD region in Amazon S3, and receive a confirmation that it has beensuccessfully stored. You then immediately make another API call and attempt to read this object. S3 tells you that theobject does not exist. What could explain this behavior? A. US-STANDARD uses eventual consistency and it […]

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