3V0-22.21N Advanced Deploy VMware vSphere 7.x Study Guide

3V0-22.21N Advanced Deploy VMware vSphere 7.x Study Guide

3V0-22.21N Advanced Deploy VMware vSphere 7.x Study Guide is available for you to get your VCAP-DCV Deploy 2022 Certification. This exam tests your skills and abilities in implementation of a vSphere 7.x solution, including deployment, administration, optimization and troubleshooting. You will find the VMware 3V0-22.21N study guide covering the following sections: Architecture and Technologies,Products and Solutions,Planning and Designing,Installing, Configuring, and Setup,Performance-tuning, Optimization, and Upgrades,Troubleshooting and Repairing and Administrative and Operational Tasks.

Practice free online 3V0-22.21N exam questions below.

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1. A vSphere administrator has deployed a new server. The VM will have a workload which is prodApp1 to the following specifications:

• The VM should never have any memory contention while powered on. even if the host that it resides

• Configure the virtual machine for high latency sensitivity.

2. As a member of the virtual infrastructure team, you have been tasked with creating a new guest customization specification and deploying a test virtual machine from an existing legacy template migrated from an old VMware VI3 environment

To complete this task:

Deploy a new virtual machine with the name VM-GuestCust to esxi02a.vclass.local in cluster PROD-A

using the following details:

vCenter Server: vcsa01a.vdass.local

Datastore: ProdDS01

Template; Core-Template

The virtual machine requires an additional network card with the type VMXNET3.

Create a new Guest Customization Spec with the name Custom-Spec using the following details:

© Cust-Spec

Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2

Registration Spec;

Name: vclass

Organization: VMware

The computer name must use the virtual machine name . Timezone must be set to America/Central Time

Network Specifications:

IPv4 and IPv6 are set to DHCP but require a static DNS entry of

The computer must join the domain vclass.local using the following credentials:

Username: administrator

Password: VMware1!

3. The current vSphere environment will be adding new ESXi hosts that will be used to create a QA compute cluster. This cluster should have HA properties specific to the workloads that will be running in it.

In preparation of adding the new hosts, create the new cluster. QA-Cluster in.

Datacenter-PROD on vcsa0la.vclass.local with the following HA requirements:

• The cluster should not contain any ESXi hosts or VMs

• Hosts should be monitored.

• VMs should be restarted in the event of a host failure.

• VMs should be restarted if guest heartbeats are not detected.

• In the case of a host becoming isolated, shutdown and restart VMs.

• If there is an All Paths Down event, any affected VMs must be moved to another host.

• Reserve 10% of memory and CPU for failover capacity.

Part 2

You have been given a requirement for a virtual machine to have no downtime when an ESXi host

failure occurs. Configure Fault Tolerance on VM1-FT in the PROD-B cluster. Use any compatible

secondary host and datastore. Configure the following advanced cluster settings. Use SAN01 as the

storage during configuration.


dass.igoreRedundantNetWarining true

Note: ignore any related host, customer, or bandwidth warnings as long as fault tolerance is configured and VM1-FT is running.

4. A new internal network is required to isolate virtual machines for security analysis. The virtual machine (honeypot-01) should reside on a new virtual standard switch with the ability for all traffic on the switch to be monitored.

Add a new virtual switch to accommodate this requirement and configure (honeypot-01) to reside on this switch.

Use the following information to complete this task:

• ESXi host: esxi0la

• Standard Switch: Create a new Standard Switch

• Physical uplink: NO UPLINK

• Network Label: QUARANTINE

• VLAN: none specified

5. You have been asked to create a new datastore for the Production cluster; however, the ESXi host esxi02a is not able to add the datastore. Your storage team has determined that there is nothing incorrect with the storage presentation.

Troubleshoot why host esxi02a is not able to create the datastore. Add the datastore to the host once the proper configuration has been applied, and then reboot the host! Use the following information to complete this task;

• ESXi host: esxi02a

• Datastore Name: new_datastore

• Datastore target: iSCSI Target

• Datastore LUN: 4

• Reboot the host


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