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In regard to DynamoDB, when you create a table with a hash-and-range key

  1. You can optionally define one or more secondary indexes on that table
  2. You must define one or more secondary indexes on that table
  3. You must define one or more Global secondary indexes on that table
  4. You must define one or more Local secondary indexes on that table

Answer(s): A

Explanation:

When you create a table with a hash-and-range key, you can optionally define one or more secondary indexes on that table. A secondary index lets you query the data in the table using an alternate key, in addition to queries against the primary key.


Reference:

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/DataModel.html



A user plans to use RDS as a managed DB platform. Which of the below mentioned features is not supported by RDS?

  1. Automated backup
  2. Automated scaling to manage a higher load
  3. Automated failure detection and recovery
  4. Automated software patching

Answer(s): B



What are the two types of licensing options available for using Amazon RDS for Oracle?

  1. BYOL and Enterprise License
  2. BYOL and License Included
  3. Enterprise License and License Included
  4. Role based License and License Included

Answer(s): B



Does Amazon RDS allow direct host access via Telnet, Secure Shell (SSH), or Windows Remote Desktop Connection?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Depends on if it is in VPC or not

Answer(s): B



What is the minimum charge for the data transferred between Amazon RDS and Amazon EC2 Instances in the same Availability Zone?

  1. USD 0.10 per GB
  2. No charge. It is free.
  3. USD 0.02 per GB
  4. USD 0.01 per GB

Answer(s): B