Questions from the AZ-304 Exam Microsoft Azure Architect Designer-Expert Certification Exam

Here are some questions to help you pass the AZ-304 Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.
You can answer 10 multiple-choice questions, verify your answer at the end, and then grab your certificate quickly.
Here’s the Quiz:
What is the best time to create a storage account in a typical project? Choose one:a. Noneb. When the project is in progress.c. During project setup. At the end, after resource cleanup.
To programmatically access a storage space account, you can either use the REST API (or the Azure client library). What is the primary benefit of using the client library Choose one:a. Localizationb. Conveniencec. Availabilityd. Cost
Let’s say you have two video files that are stored as blobs. One of the videos is critical and requires a replication policy to create multiple copies across different data centers. The second video is not critical and can be replicated locally. Which option would best satisfy both data diversity considerations and cost sensitive considerations? Choose one:a. You can create a single storage account that makes use Local-redundant storage (LRS), and host both videos here. You can host both videos from one storage account that makes use Geo-redundant storage (GRS). Two storage accounts should be created. The first account hosts business-critical video content and makes use of Geo redundant storage (GRS). The second account hosts the non-critical content and makes use of Local redundant storage (LRS).
Which of these situations would bring the greatest benefits from moving an on-premises data storage to Azure? Choose one:a. Consistent, unchanging storage demand.b. Long-term, steady growth in storage demand.c. Unpredictable storage demands that fluctuate throughout the year.
A celebrity has just mentioned a new mobile app that uses Azure data storage. The app is experiencing a significant increase in users. What feature of pay-as you-go storage is most beneficial to meet unexpected user demand? Choose one: Ability to comply with data storage complianceb. The ability to quickly provision and deploy new infrastructure. The ability to predict service costs ahead of time
An autoscale condition has been defined with four autoscale rules. The first rule applies when the CPU utilization is 70 percent. The second rule applies when CPU utilization falls below 50%. If memory occupancy is greater than 75 percent, the third rule applies. The fourth rule is used to scale back when memory occupancy falls below 50%. When will the system scale out? Choose one:a. This can’t be done with one autoscale condition. An autoscale condition cannot contain autoscale rules that use the exact same metricb. When CPU utilization exceeds 70 percent or memory occupancy exceeds 75%c. When CPU utilization exceeds 70 percent and memory occupancy exceeds 75%
An autoscale rule is a scale-out procedure that increases the instance count if the disk queue length exceeds 10. Although the system was scaled out 2 minutes ago, the disk queue is still over 10. When will the system scale out again? Choose one:a. The autoscale rule will not be run again until the system has been scaled back in. The autoscale rule will immediately trigger another autoscale action and will continue to do so until the disk queue size drops below 10 or the maximum number have been created. The cool-down period has passed and the autoscale rule will not be triggered again. The action will not be performed if the disk queue length exceeds 10.
You have an Azure subscription with a Azure SQL database called DB1. Several queries to query the data in DB1 can take a lot of time.