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Zerto Certified Associate: Foundations 8.0 Exam Answers

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1) In hypervisor-based environments, what Zerto component captures continuous block level changes made in a protected VM?

  • VRA
  • vDisk
  • ZVM
  • VPG

2) A single VM can be protected in ______ VPG(s), if the/each VPG is replicating to a different target site.

  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four

3) What is the difference in how checkpoints are chosen in a Move and Failover?

  • In a Move, the latest recorded checkpoint is used whereas in a Failover any checkpoint within the journal can be selected.
  • In a Move, any checkpoint in the Journal can be selected, whereas in a Failover the latest recorded checkpoint is used.
  • There is no difference, the user selects the checkpoint for in both operations.
  • There is no difference, the latest recorded checkpoint is used for both operations.

4) Why is the Journal stored on the recovery/target site?

  • To ensure you always have an up-to-date copy of your data if your production site goes down.
  • To enable Long-Term Retention and support Compliance use cases.
  • To ensure you can use the most cost-effective storage available.
  • To lessen the performance impact of snapshots on the production site.

5) Your organization has requested that you generate documentation to confirm that a VPG is able to failover to the target site successfully. Which of the following would be the best practice for providing them with the requested information?

  • Use the Failover operation, check the VM at the target site, roll back the operation, and provide the organization the logs.
  • Use the Failover Test operation, check the VM(s) spun up successfully at the target site, stop the test, and provide the organization with the test report.
  • Use the Failover operation, manually commit the operation, and provide the organization with the logs.
  • Use the Failover Test operation, record a successful test, manually delete the testing VMs at the target site, and provide the organization with the test report.

6) When Configuring a failover test network, what is Zerto’s recommend best practice?

  • Test and production network should be the same to ensure consistency.
  • Test network should be isolated to ensure no disruptions on production.
  • Test network should be configured to pause replication on production network during a test.
  • None of the above.

7) What is long term retention in Zerto best used for?

  • Tracking block-level changes within VMs of up to 30 days
  • Creating and audit trail to track the dates of when recovery operations were performed
  • Restoring a single file from 14 days ago
  • Recovering VMs from multiple years ago to meet Compliance use cases

8)What is the Elastic Journal?

  • A series of VM snapshots available for up to 30 days, after which an audit trail of operations will be stored long term for compliance.
  • A series of checkpoints of VMs, files, or applications that are available for recovery in both short-term retention and long-term retention.
  • Synthetic full copies of an application from the previous 30 days that are available for Journal File Level Restore (JFLR).
  • None of the above.

9) Using Zerto Analytics on myZerto, what are you able to do?

  • Pause running tasks across any of the sites in your environment that are using Zerto.
  • Create a VPG.
  • View reports on the Journal, Network and RPO for each VPG.
  • Pause replication on a VPG when a network alert arises
  • Get information on overall sizing requirements of VMs.
  • View all your VPGs, including the VPG’s source and target site.
  • Perform a recovery operation.
  • View all the sites in your environment that are using Zerto.

10) Which operations allow you to recover either an entire VPG or a single VM within a VPG?

  • Test Failover
  • Live Failover
  • Offsite Clone
  • Move
  • LTRA
  • All of the above

11) Which of the following sites can be used with Zerto as both a source and a target site?

  • vSphere
  • Azure
  • AWS
  • HyperV
  • Managed
  • All of the Above
  • None of the Above

12) Prior to creating a VPG that replicates to another site, which of the following steps must be completed?

  • Complete a test at the source site
  • Install VRAs on the target and recovery site
  • Pair at least two sites
  • Set up a long-term retention repository at the recovery site
  • Install Zerto

13)_______ plugs directly into the virtual management console (such as VMWare’s VCenter), enabling visibility into the entire infrastructure.

  • ZCA
  • ZCC
  • VRA
  • ZVM

14) Which of the following functionality sets are included in the Zerto IT Resilience Platform?

  • Continuous Data Protection
  • Orchestration and Automation
  • Analytics and Control
  • All of the above

15) Zerto recommends building out VPGs on a per-application basis so multi-VM applications can be recovered or tested together.

  • True
  • False

16) The commit policy applies to which recovery operations?

  • Live Failover
  • Move
  • JFLR
  • Offsite Clone
  • All of the above

17) If the Commit Policy default of “none” is used, what will be the impact to the operation set for?

  • The operation will require a script to commit or roll back
  • The operation will need to manually be committed or rolled back
  • The operation will roll back after 10 minutes
  • The operation will commit after 60 minutes

18) Journal File Level Recovery allows you to:

  • Recover individual files from the journal’s history
  • Recover an individual VM, such as a database, during a Failover
  • Recover an individual VPG from the latest checkpoint
  • Recover individual files from the Long-Term Retention repository

19) Which operations can be performed while you are running JFLR?

  • Move
  • Offsite Clone
  • Live Failover
  • Failover Test

20) How many JFLR Operations can you run concurrently?

  • One
  • Three
  • Five
  • Unlimited

21) What are the best uses for a Move Operation?

  • Create a non-Zerto managed copy of data
  • Preform preventative maintenance
  • Conduct site, hardware, and application migrations
  • Resume operations when production environment is taken offline

22) What are some things you might want to do before running your first Live Failover?

  • Edit a VPG
  • Pause replication to the VPG prior to testing or failing over
  • Practice a Live Failover on a test or dev server
  • Run a Test Failover Operation

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