You want all your colleagues to be able to access the compute node associated with an Oracle
Database Cloud ? Database Deployment. You want them to do so by using a custom host name
rather than an IP address regardless of the client machine (personal or provided by the
company) that they use for the access. How would you enable this access?
A. Configure the Advanced Security Option (ASO).
B. Enable secure access to the Database Deployment compute node and database instance
from remote hosts by using SSH.
C. Contact the administrator of your company's intranet DNS and request a custom DNS record
for the compute node's public IP address.
D. Edit the machine's /etc/hosts file.
E. Resolve your domain name to the IP address of the Database Deployment compute node by
using the third- party domain registration vendor console.
You can associate a custom host name or domain name to the public IP address of a compute
node associated with your Oracle Database Cloud Service environment.
To associate a custom host name to the public IP address of a compute node, contact the
administrator of your DNS (Domain Name Service) and request a custom DNS record for the
compute node's public IP address. For example, if your domain is example.com and you wanted
to use clouddb1 as the custom host name for a compute node, you would request a DNS record
that associates clouddb1.example.com to your compute node's public IP address.
With Oracle Database Cloud Service as the subscription type, you must configure a database
for Backup and Recovery. Which two options do you have to back up your database instance?
A. No backups required. You are responsible for configuring the database backups.
B. Backup to cloud storage and VM block storage. Ten days worth of backups are kept, with five
most recent days worth of backups available directly on VM block storage.
C. Backup to Oracle Cloud Service storage volumes that is equal to five times the value that
was provided in Usable Data Storage when the instance was created.
D. Backup to cloud storage and VM block storage. Fourteen days worth of backups are kept,
with seven most recent days worth of backups available directly on VM block storage.
Answer(s): A, C
When creating a new database deployment on Oracle Database Cloud Service, you choose
whether you want automatic backups to be configured for the database. Your choices are:
Both Cloud Storage and Local Storage--30 days' worth of backups are kept, with the 7 most
recent days' worth available directly on the compute node's local storage.
Cloud Storage Only--30 days' worth of backups are kept, with all backups on cloud storage.
None--automatic backups are not configured.