D. The Cloud Name drop-down menu is not mandatory to complete computing policy.
E. Computing policy can be created by selecting from the menu, Compute > Devices > Policies
> Compute Policy.
Which three statements about storage policy are true? (Choose three.)
A. To configure a storage policy in Cisco UCS Director, choose Policies > Virtual/Hypervisor
Policies > Storage.
B. The IT administrator can use a virtual storage catalog to customize storage policy, but cannot
choose more than one storage policy
C. To use the storage policy created with additional disk policies, the administrator needs to
associate the policy with the VDC.
D. Storage policy defines resources such as the datastore scope, type of storage, minimum
conditions for capacity, latency, and so on.
E. To configure a storage policy in Cisco UCS Director, choose Storage > Virtual/Hypervisor
Policies > Storage Policies.
F. To use the storage policy created with additional disk policies, the administrator needs to
associate the policy with the proper user.
Answer(s): A, C, D
Which statement is true regarding network provisioning policy using Cisco UCS Director?
A. A network provisioning policy defines both Layer 2 and Layer 3 configuration.
B. A network provisioning policy is used during virtual machine provisioning.
C. Add policy can be selected from menu bar, System > Virtual/Hypervisor policies > Network
Provisioning Policy > Add.
D. When Private VLAN is selected under Network Provisioning Policy using the Add Policy tab,
it configures Private VLAN Type: promiscuous.
Which five steps are included in a typical workflow request? (Choose five.)
B. resource allocation
E. set up cycle schedule
G. request status