An administrator working in a vSphere with Tanzu environment wants to ensure that all persistent
volumes configured by developers within a namespace are placed on a defined subset of datastores
The administrator has applied tags to the required datastores in the vSphere Client
Which action should the administrator take next to meet the requirement?
Which three roles does the Spherelet perform? (Choose three )
Why would developers choose to deploy an application as a vSphere Pod instead of a Tanzu
A company needs to provide global visibility and consistent policy management across multiple
Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters, namespaces, and clouds Which VMvare solution will meet these
A developer is connecting to a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster using the kubectl vsphere login command
Which information must be specified, in addition to both the name of the cluster and the Supervisor
Cluster Control Wane IP?
Which value must be increased or decreased to horizontally scale a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster?
Which two container network interfaces (CNIs) are supported with Tanzu Kubernetes clusters created
by the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service? (Choose two )
ATanzu Kubernetescluster provisioned by theTanzu Kubernetes Grid Servicesupports two CNI
options: Antrea (default) and Calico. Both are open-source software that provide networking for
cluster pods, services, and ingress.
Tanzu Kubernetesclusters provisioned by theTanzu Kubernetes Grid Servicesupport the
Container Network Interface
Where are the virtual machine images stored that are used to deploy Tanzu Kubernetes clusters?
You can use the embeddedHarbor Registryto serve as the private container registry for images that
you deploy toTanzu Kubernetesclusters provisioned by theTanzu Kubernetes Grid Service.
vSphere with Tanzuembeds aHarbor Registryinstance that you can enable on theSupervisor
Clusterand use to deploy container-based workloads toTanzu Kubernetesclusters.
Once the embeddedHarbor Registryis enabled on theSupervisor Cluster, theTanzu Kubernetes Grid
Servicewill install onto theTanzu Kubernetescluster nodes the root CA certificate for the registry
instance. This certificate is installed on both new clusters and on existing clusters (by way of a
reconciliation loop). From there you can run images on the cluster by specifying the private registry
in the workload YAML.
Which capability do persistent volumes provide to containerized applications?
What is the proper way to delete a Persistent Volume Claim?