Your team has developed a stateless application which requires it to be run directly on virtual machines. The application is expected to receive a fluctuating amount of traffic and needs to scale automatically. You need to deploy the application. What should you do?
Your team is building a website that handles votes from a large user population. The incoming votes will arrive at various rates. You want to optimize the storage and processing of the votes. What should you do?
You have an on-premises data analytics set of binaries that processes data files in memory for about 45 minutes every midnight. The sizes of those data files range from 1 gigabyte to 16 gigabytes. You want to migrate this application to Google Cloud with minimal effort and cost. What should you do?
You have a Bigtable instance that consists of three nodes that store personally identifiable information (Pll) dat
a. You need to log all read or write operations, including any metadata or configuration reads of this database table, in your company's Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system. What should you do?
You used the gcloud container clusters command to create two Google Cloud Kubernetes (GKE) clusters prod-cluster and dev-cluster.
* prod-cluster is a standard cluster.
* dev-cluster is an auto-pilot duster.
When you run the Kubect1 get nodes command, you only see the nodes from prod-cluster Which commands should you run to check the node status for dev-cluster?