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HP HP0-Y45 Exam -

Free HP0-Y45 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
A customer has a virtualized data center and these key requirements:
- The customer can scale any application and easily install new hardware that supports that application.
- The network supports vMotion for live migration ofvirtualmachines (VMs).
- Rack servers experiencea highload of traffic. Each server has two Gigabit Connections to the data center LAN. These connections need to be established to two different switches, and the rack servers use Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)-based network interface card teaming.
- Each set of serveraccess layer switches has two 10G connections to the data center core.
The network architect is searching for server access layer switches that meet the customer requirements. The customer has suggested an HP switch that is usually recommended for the campus LAN access layer.
Why should the network architect suggest a different switch that would better meet the customer requirements?
A. The need to implement IRF
B. The need for Gigabit edge ports
C. The need for access layer routing
D. The need for deep packed buffers
Answer: D

Q: 2
Which description best characterizes current trends in deploying services for an enterprise solution?
A. Companiesare transferring their campus LAN and data centers into one large 2 layer network.
B. Companiesare moving services out of the private cloud into more responsive pods that are distributed throughout the campus LAN.
C. Companiesare connecting multiple sites together but distributing services to each site to increase resiliency and responsiveness.
D. Companiesare creating their own private cloud solutions to scale services quickly.
Answer: C

Q: 3
A network architect has planned several validation tests and user acceptance tests (UATs) for a new HP solution.
In order to ensure meaningful results, what is one step that the network architect should complete before implementing the new solution?
A. Talk with key stakeholders to determine valid maintenance windows for the UATs.
B. Schedule a point of no return, after which results will not be accepted.
C. Run the same tests on the existing network solution.
D. Plan how long it will take to rollback the new solution if the tests indicate poor results.
Answer: A

Q: 4
A network architect is compiling information about the total cost of ownership (TCO) for a proposal. Which factors play a role in TCO?
A. Cost of remediation due to a future security breach
B. Cost of regulatory fines associated with non-compliance
C. Cost of upgrading modules for the proposal
D. Cost of powering the solution
Answer: C

Q: 5
A network architect has designed a two-tier topology for the campus LAN and is planning to implement routing at the core.
Which requirement might cause the network architect to consider implementing routing at the access layer?
A. The customer plans to use the MultiService Mobility (MSM) controller’s guest solution to let guest connect to Ethernet jacks in conference rooms access the site.
B. Employees need to be placed in dynamic VLANs, assigned by RADIUS server based on identity, so that network managers can manage the solution more easily.
C. The customer has an HP MultiService Mobility (MSM) solution, and wireless users to roam seamlessly across the site.
D. Employees in different VLANs need to use collaboration applications to share high-resolution graphic files.
Answer: C

Q: 6
What is the benefit of implementing an HP solution in multisite phases as opposed one phase?
A. The fact that multiple phases introduces more risks than one phase if offset by the shorter network outage required for each phase.
B. Components of the solution can be tested thoroughly between phases.
C. The customer can achieve zero downtime, which is impossible when all changes are made during single window.
D. From start to finish, the complete solution is implemented more quickly.
Answer: B

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