How does fault tolerance provide continuous availability?
A. By providing the availability required by most applications running in virtual machines, independent of the operating system and application running in it.
B. By using a feature called Changed Block Tracking (CBT), which backs up content.
C. By creating and maintaining a secondary virtual machine that is identical to primary machine.
D. By using the host as the medium to provide asynchronous replication of datastores.
Under what two conditions does Distributed Power Management bring powered-off hosts back online? (Choose two.)
A. When power consumption increase.
B. At the pre-defined time.
C. M When an administrator adds another host to vCenter Server
D. When virtual machine requirements increase.
Answer: B, D
Explanation: bring powered off hosts online once again to meet virtual machine requirements either at a pre-defined time or when it senses virtual machine requirements increasing.
Which vSphere 6.x feature would you choose for offsite disaster recovery?
A. Distributed Power Management
B. vSphere HA
C. vSphere Data Protection
D. Dynamic Resource Scheduler
An administrator has finished configuring vSphere HA in their IT environment. Which component does the administrator remove from the infrastructure to save cost?
A. Storage clusters
B. Network stack
C. Dedicated standby hardware
D. Standard switches