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A company is planning to migrate a TCP-based application into the company's VPC The application is publicly accessible on a nonstandard TCP port through a hardware appliance in the company's data centre. This public endpoint can process up to 3 million requests per second with low latency. The company requires the same level of performance for the new public endpoint in AWS.

What should a solutions architect recommend to meet this requirement?

  1. Deploy a Network Load Balancer (NLB). Configure the NLB to be publicly accessible over the TCP port that the application requires.
  2. Deploy an Application Load Balancer (ALB). Configure the ALB to be publicly accessible over the TCP port that the application requires.
  3. Deploy an Amazon CloudFront distribution that listens on the TCP port that the application requires Use an Application Load Balancer as the origin.
  4. Deploy an Amazon API Gateway API that is configured with the TCP port that the application requires. Configure AWS Lambda functions with provisioned concurrency to process the requests.

Answer(s): A



A solutions architect must provide a fully managed replacement for an on-premises solution that allows employees and partners to exchange files The solution must be easily accessible to employees connecting from on-premises systems, remote employees, and external partners.

Which solution meets these requirements?

  1. Use AWS Transfer for SFTP to transfer files into and out of Amazon S3.
  2. Use AWS Snowball Edge for local storage and large-scale data transfers.
  3. Use Amazon FSx to store and transfer files to make them available remotely.
  4. Use AWS Storage Gateway to create a volume gateway to store and transfer files to Amazon S3

Answer(s): A



A company's packaged application dynamically creates and returns single-use text files in response to user requests. The company is using Amazon CloudFront for distribution^ but wants to further reduce data transfer costs The company cannot modify the application's source code.

What should a solutions architect do to reduce costs?

  1. Use Lambda@Edge to compress the files as they are sent to users.
  2. Enable Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration to reduce the response times.
  3. Enable caching on the CloudFront distribution to store generated files at the edge.
  4. Use Amazon S3 multipart uploads to move the files to Amazon S3 before returning them to users.

Answer(s): C



A company receives data from millions of users totalling about 1 TB each day. The company providers its users with usage report going back 12 months. All usage data must be stored for at least 5 years to comply with regularly and auditing requirement?

Which storage solution is MOST cost-effective?

  1. Store the data in Amazon S3 Standard Set a lifecycle Set a lifecycle rule to transmission the data S3 Glacier Deep after 1 year. Set a lifecycle rule to data the data after 5 years.
  2. Store the data in Amazon S3 One Zone-Infrequent Access (S3 One Zone-IA) Set a lifecycle rule to transition the data to S3 Glacier after 1 year set the lifecycle rule to delete the data after 5 years.
  3. Store the data in Amazon Standard Set a lifecycle rule to transmission the data to S3 Standard-infrequence Access (S3 Standard-IA) after 1 year Set a lifecycle rule to delete the data after 5 years.
  4. Store the data in Amazon S3 Standard Set a lifecycle rule to transition the data to S3 Zone-Infrequent Access (S3 One Zones-IA) after 1 year. Set a lifecycle rule to delete the data after 5 years.

Answer(s): A



A company recently implemented hybrid cloud connectivity using AWS Direct Connect and is migrating data to Amazon S3. The company is looking for a fully managed solution that will automate and accelerate the replication of data between the on-premises storage systems and AWS storage services.

Which solution should a solutions architect recommend to keep the data private?

  1. Deploy an AWS DataSync agent for the on-premises environment Configure a sync job to replicate the data and connect it with an AWS service endpoint.
  2. Deploy an AWS DataSync agent for the on-premises environment. Schedule a batch job to replicate point-in-time snapshots to AWS.
  3. Deploy an AWS Storage Gateway volume gateway for the on-premises environment. Configure it to store data locally, and asynchronously back up point-in-time snapshots to AWS.
  4. Deploy an AWS Storage Gateway file gateway for the on-premises environment Configure it to store data locally, and asynchronously back up point-m-time snapshots to AWS.

Answer(s): A