Google Certified Professional Cloud Architect Practice Tests
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Pass your Professional Cloud Architect exam on the first attempt and become GCP Google Certified Professional Cloud Architect. All questions and answers in these practice exams have been carefully curated and updated to be fit for 2021 Professional Cloud Architect Certification exam. Every question has a detailed explanation of why an option is correct and why the other options are wrong.
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Note: This is not an exam dump. The questions in these practice tests do not show up in the real certification exam. The questions in these practice tests cover a wide range of GCP services that are relevant for the certification. You can use these questions to identify gaps in your knowledge and be better prepared for your certification exam.
Every question has a detailed explanation of why an option is correct and why the other options are wrong. Here is an example:
Q. You are migrating an application from an on-premises network to Google Cloud. The application should be resistant to regional failures, so your team has decided to deploy the application across two regions within the same VPC and fronted by an external HTTP(s) Load balancer. The workload depends on Active Directory, which is still hosted in the on-premises network. How should you configure the VPN between GCP Network and the on-premises network?
A. Enable network peering between GCP VPC and on-prem network.
B. Tweak IAM rules to enable VPC sharing & expose VPC to on-prem network.
C. Deploy a global VPN Gateway with redundant VPN tunnels from all regions in the VPC to the on-prem network.
D. Deploy a regional VPN Gateway and make sure both regions in use have at least one VPN tunnel to the on-prem network.
Enable network peering between GCP VPC and on-prem network. is not right.
Google Cloud VPC Network Peering allows internal IP address connectivity across two Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks regardless of whether they belong to the same project or the same organization. You can use VPC Network Peering to establish connectivity between VPC and on-premises networks.
Ref: https: //cloud. google. com/vpc/docs/vpc-peering
Tweak IAM rules to enable VPC sharing & expose VPC to on-prem network. is not right.
You can use Shared VPC to establish connectivity between VPC and on-premises networks. Shared VPC allows an organization to connect resources from multiple projects to a common Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network so that they can communicate with each other securely and efficiently using internal IPs from that network.
Ref: https: //cloud. google. com/vpc/docs/shared-vpc
Deploy a global VPN Gateway with redundant VPN tunnels from all regions in the VPC to the on-prem network. is not right.
Cloud VPN Gateway is not global. Both Classic VPN and the newer HA VPN connect your on-premises network to your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network through an IPsec VPN connection in a single region.
Ref: https: //cloud. google. com/network-connectivity/docs/vpn/concepts/overview#vpn-types
Deploy a regional VPN Gateway and make sure both regions in use have at least one VPN tunnel to the on-prem network. is the right answer.
Both Classic VPN and the newer HA VPN connect your on-premises network to your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network through an IPsec VPN connection in a single region.
Ref: https:// cloud. google. com/network-connectivity/docs/vpn/concepts/overview#vpn-types
Therefore, we have to deploy Cloud VPN Gateway in each region and ensure that each region has at least one VPN tunnel to the on-premises peer gateway.
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