Oracle Database Cloud Service - 1Z0-160 Exam Practice Test

Which two statements are true about the information that you see on the Database Cloud Service page?

Correct Answer: A,B
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Which two tasks can be performed from the Database Deployment page?

Correct Answer: B,E
Which two statements are true about the SSH tunnels within an Oracle Database Cloud Service environment?

Correct Answer: A,E
You created a Database as a Service (DBaaS) instance. This action also created a virtual machine and configured it for the DBaaS instance. It also created two user accounts. One of the users is oracle.
What three functions can be used by Oracle users in a Database Deployment?

Correct Answer: A,D,E
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You want all your colleagues to be able to access the compute node associated with an Oracle Database Cloud - Database Deployment. You want them to do so by using a custom host name rather than an IP address regardless of the client machine (personal or provided by the company) that they use for the access.
How would you enable this access?

Correct Answer: B
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Which are two of the tasks that must be performed to enable SQL*NET access for your database instance on a Database Deployment over SSL?

Correct Answer: A,C
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How would you enable Oracle DBaaS Monitor?

Correct Answer: D
What are two things can you do on the My Services Dashboard page?

Correct Answer: A,B
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You get complaints from users of several applications that performance has degraded over time.
These applications run in this configuration:
There are three different databases and database instances.
Two of the poorly performing applications run in the same Pluggable Database (PDB) in an Oracle 12c multitenant Container Database (CDB) with four PDBs.
One of the poorly performing applications runs in a different PDB in the same CDB.
One of the poorly performing applications runs in an Oracle 12c non-CDB, which also hosts other applications.
You have the Oracle Resource Manager configured for the CDB, all PDBs, and the non-CDB.
Each application has a separate consumer group associated with the sessions that are running that application.
A check of wait events for the sessions belonging to these applications shows that the sessions are waiting longer and that there are more sessions from other applications in the same database instance.
You want to avoid scaling up your Database Deployment in Oracle Cloud.
Which three should you check and possibly reconfigure to avoid scaling up the Database Deployment?

Correct Answer: D,E,F

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