Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Coursera Quiz Answers

Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Coursera Quiz Answers

Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Week 01 Quiz Answers

Q1. Which of the following does not allow you to interact with Google Cloud?

  • Cloud Explorer
  • REST-based API
  • Google Cloud Console
  • Cloud Shell

Q2. What is the difference between Google Cloud Console and Cloud Shell?

  • Google Cloud Console is a command-line tool, while Cloud Shell is a graphical user interface
  • Cloud Shell is a command-line tool, while Google Cloud Console is a graphical user interface
  • There is no difference as these tools are 100% identical.
  • Cloud Shell is a locally installed tool, while Google Cloud Console is a temporary virtual machine.

Module Quiz – 02

Q1. In Google Cloud, what is the minimum number of IP addresses that a VM instance needs?

  • One: Only an internal IP address
  • Two: One internal and one external IP address
  • Three: One internal, one external and one alias IP address

Q2. What are the three types of networks offered by the Google Cloud?

  • Zonal, regional, and global
  • Gigabit network, 10-gigabit network, and 100-gigabit network
  • Default network, auto network, and custom network.
  • IPv4 unicast network, IPv4 multicast network, IPv6 network

Q3. What is one benefit of applying firewall rules by tag rather than by address?

  • Tags help organizations track firewall billing.
  • Tags in network traffic help with network sniffing.
  • Tags on firewall rules control which ephemeral IP addresses VMs will receive.
  • When a VM is created with a matching tag, the firewall rules apply irrespective of the IP address it is assigned.

Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Week 02 Quiz Answers

Q1. Which statement is true of Virtual Machine Instances in Compute Engine?

  • Compute Engine uses VMware to create Virtual Machine Instances.
  • A VM in Compute Engine always maps to a single hardware computer in a rack.
  • In Compute Engine, a VM is a networked service that simulates the features of a computer.
  • All Compute Engine VMs are single tenancy and do not share CPU hardware.

Q2. What are sustained use discounts?

  • Purchase commitments for specific resources you know you will use
  • Per-second billing that starts after a 1-minute minimum
  • Discounts you receive by using preemptible VM instances
  • Automatic discounts that you get for running specific Compute Engine resources for a significant portion of the billing month

Q3. Which statement is true of persistent disks?

  • Persistent disks are always HDDs (magnetic spinning disks).
  • Persistent disks are encrypted by default.
  • Persistent disks are physical hardware devices connected directly to VMs.
  • Once created, a persistent disk cannot be resized.

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