VMware vSphere with Tanzu Specialist
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An administrator is tasked with increasing the amount of CPU and memory in an existing Tanzu Kubernetes cluster.
Which change must the administrator complete to ensure the cluster scales successfully when updating the YAML definition?
Virtual Machine Class Types for Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters
A virtual machine class defines the resource sizing for Tanzu Kubernetes cluster VMs: • CPU • Memory •
Virtual machine class types range from extra small (xsmall) to extra large (xlarge). Class types are categorized as guaranteed or best effort:
• Guaranteed: Reserve all CPU and memory allocations. • Best effort: Allocate the same CPU and memory but do not reserve the resources.
The class type guaranteed-small allocates 2 CPU, 4 GB of memory, and 16 GB of storage and reserves CPU and memory allocations. Custom virtual machine class types cannot be defined.
Which two functions are provided by the NSX Container Rug-in (NCP)? (Choose two.)
NCP provides the following functionalities:
Which functionality does the Cloud Native Storage (CNS) component take advantage of to support the creation of container volumes?
The Cloud Native Storage server resides in vCenter Server:
• Provisions and manages life cycle operations for container volumes
• Creates First Class Disks (FCDs) to support the container volumes
• First Class Disks exist as .vmdk and -flat.vmdk files on a vSphere datastore •
Integrates with storage policy based management (SPBM) for the placement of disks
A First Class Disk (FCD) is also called an improved virtual disk. It is a named virtual disk that is unassociated with a VM. These disks reside on a VMFS, NFS, or vSAN datastore and support container volumes.
Storage policy based management (SPBM) is a vCenter Server service that supports provisioning of persistent volumes according to specified storage requirements. After provisioning, the service monitors compliance of the volume with the required policy characteristics.