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[Giveaway Alert] Time for Another Monday Masterclass NCM Question!

  • 11 September 2023
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[Giveaway Alert] Time for Another Monday Masterclass NCM Question!
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Think you have master-level Nutanix skills? Put them to the test with our Monday Masterclass Series. 

 

Each month we’ll post a practice question from our new Nutanix Certified Master - Multicloud Professional (NCM-MCI) v6.5 exam. The question will be posted on the second Monday of each month and you’ll have 2 weeks to reply with your answer. We’ll post the correct answer to the blog after the entries have been submitted.

 

Answer correctly and you’ll get an exclusive Monday Masterclass badge!

  • Certification Apprentice: Reply with 1 correct answer 
  • Certification Leader: Reply with 5 correct answers

Your correct answers accumulate with each submission, so if you’ve already achieved the Certification Apprentice level, your next goal is Certification leader! 

 

We’ll also give one random winner a Nutanix remote control race car! 

 

Ready to get started? Check out the question below. 

 

Exam Question: 

To answer this question, you can use your own Cluster or one of the Test Drive Clusters.

 

Scenario:

The application team is concerned about running out of space for one of their applications, and they have requested a weekly report be emailed to them.

The application is located on containers whose names end in BigApp (i.e. Durham01-Web-BigApp) and while they have instances on several clusters they only want to see the storage stats for the Durham01 cluster.

They are interested in configuration settings (Replication Factor, Compression, Perf-Tier Deduplication, Capacity Deduplication, Erasure Coding) and average weekly Usage.  The report should be emailed to AppTeam@ACME.com every Sunday morning.

 

Correct Answer 

See the sample screen shots below showing stats for only the cluster containing Durham01 and VMs ending in BigApp with the required container settings and Usage Average and a schedule set for Sunday mornings with the correct email and covering the previous week.

 

 

 


👉 How to Enter [GIVEAWAY CLOSED] 

  • Submit screenshots of the relevant configuration pages. Note, you should need at least three screenshots.
  • Submit your screenshots to NCMmasterclass@nutanix.com by 12:00pm EDT Sunday, September 24
  • Include your Nutanix Community username. 
  • Include September 11 Monday Masterclass Entry in the subject line

Good luck! 

 

Miss any of the previous Masterclass questions? You can check out the questions and correct answers below. 

Question #1

Question #2 

Question #3 

Question #4

 

This article was written by Karlie Beil, Customer Marketing Specialist. 

 

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Hi all, the correct answer is posted above. Thanks to everyone who participated!

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