Exam Name: Isilon Infrastructure Specialist Exam for Technology Architects
You are assisting a customer with creating an Isilon solution that will address their needs while remaining cost-effective. The customer environment consists of high IOPS-intensive, random
access file-based applications.Which Isilon storage node type will meet the customer’s needs?
A. S-Series node
B. NL-Series node
C. X-Series node
D. Performance Accelerator node
A customer is looking for a new storage solution to handle their growing storage requirements. The system should be able to cover storage needs for the next three years. The environment
consists of 100 TBs of file system data spread across five file systems. On average, the file
systems grow 1 TB a month. In addition, they have a large VMware cluster supporting 200 VMs and a highly transactional database.
The customer is looking for a solution that would provide good performance, scalability, manageability, and be cost-effective. The sales team is looking to you to recommend a solution. Which recommendation will meet the customer’s requirements?
A. Isilon cluster and scale-out as required
B. VNX Unified platform with FAST Cache
C. VMAX with FAST VP and a NAS Gateway
D. Isilon for file system data, and a VNX for DB and VMware workloads
If a file is 4 KB in size, how much space is consumed for file data when it is written to the Isilon cluster?
A. 4 KB
B. 8 KB
C. 16 KB
D. 32 KB
A customer plans to consolidate 200 TB of digital images and video content. Performance is important for recently created files. However, the customer wants any content that has not been
accessed within 30 days to be stored in the cluster at a much lower cost because performance is no longer critical.Which Isilon configuration should be recommended?
A. X-Series nodes, NL-Series nodes, and SmartPools
B. X-Series nodes and SmartQuotas
C. S-Series nodes, X-Series nodes, and SmartPools
D. NL-Series nodes and SmartLock
Which Isilon OneFS job is responsible for examining the entire file system for inconsistencies and runs manually?
In a supported cluster with the maximum protection level, how many simultaneous node component failures can Isilon OneFS sustain while still allowing full access to the entire file
system and dataset?