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1. What API policy would LEAST likely be applied to a Process API?


2. What is a key performance indicator (KPI) that measures the success of a typical C4E that is immediately apparent in responses from the Anypoint Platform APIs?


3. An organization is implementing a Quote of the Day API that caches today’s quote.

What scenario can use the CloudHub Object Store via the Object Store connector to persist the cache’s state?


4. What condition requires using a CloudHub Dedicated Load Balancer?


5. What do the API invocation metrics provided by Anypoint Platform provide?


6. What is true about the technology architecture of Anypoint VPCs?


7. An API implementation is deployed on a single worker on CloudHub and invoked by external API clients (outside of CloudHub).

How can an alert be set up that is guaranteed to trigger AS SOON AS that API implementation stops responding to API invocations?


8. The implementation of a Process API must change.

What is a valid approach that minimizes the impact of this change on API clients?


9. Refer to the exhibit.

An organization needs to enable access to their customer data from both a mobile app and a web application, which each need access to common fields as well as certain unique fields.

The data is available partially in a database and partially in a 3rd-party CRM system.

What APIs should be created to best fit these design requirements?


10. Refer to the exhibit.

A developer is building a client application to invoke an API deployed to the STAGING environment that is governed by a client ID enforcement policy.

What is required to successfully invoke the API?


11. In an organization, the InfoSec team is investigating Anypoint Platform related data traffic.

From where does most of the data available to Anypoint Platform for monitoring and alerting originate?


12. When designing an upstream API and its implementation, the development team has been advised to NOT set timeouts when invoking a downstream API, because that downstream API has no SLA that can be relied upon. This is the only downstream API dependency of that upstream API.

Assume the downstream API runs uninterrupted without crashing.

What is the impact of this advice?


13. What best explains the use of auto-discovery in API implementations?


14. What should be ensured before sharing an API through a public Anypoint Exchange portal?


15. Refer to the exhibit.

A RAML definition has been proposed for a new Promotions Process API, and has been published to Anypoint Exchange.

The Marketing Department, who will be an important consumer of the Promotions API, has important requirements and expectations that must be met.

What is the most effective way to use Anypoint Platform features to involve the Marketing Department in this early API design phase?


16. Refer to the exhibit.

What is true when using customer-hosted Mule runtimes with the MuleSoft-hosted Anypoint Platform control plane (hybrid deployment)?


17. A System API is designed to retrieve data from a backend system that has scalability challenges.

What API policy can best safeguard the backend system?


18. Refer to the exhibit.

What is a valid API in the sense of API-led connectivity and application networks?


19. Refer to the exhibit.

Three business processes need to be implemented, and the implementations need to communicate with several different SaaS applications.

These processes are owned by separate (siloed) LOBs and are mainly independent of each other, but do share a few business entities. Each LOB has one development team and their own budget.

In this organizational context, what is the most effective approach to choose the API data models for the APIs that will implement these business processes with minimal redundancy of the data models?


20. What best describes the Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs), also known as DNS entries, created when a Mule application is deployed to the CloudHub Shared Worker Cloud?


21. When using CloudHub with the Shared Load Balancer, what is managed EXCLUSIVELY by the API implementation (the Mule application) and NOT by Anypoint Platform?


22. Refer to the exhibit.

What is the best way to decompose one end-to-end business process into a collaboration of Experience, Process, and of System APIs?


23. What is true about where an API policy is defined in Anypoint Platform and how it is then applied to API instances?


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