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When registering a plugin with Vault, where would you configure the location where the binaries are located in order for Vault to properly register the plugin?

A. in the Vault configuration file using plugin_directory=
B. in the UI underneath the plugin tab
C. in the plugin configuration file using directory=
D. within the CLI command when registering a plug

The plugin directory is a configuration option of Vault, and can be specified in the configuration file. This setting specifies a directory in which all plugin binaries must live; this value cannot be a symbolic link. A plugin can not be added to Vault unless it exists in the plugin directory. There is no default for this configuration option, and if it is not set plugins can not be added to Vault. Reference link:-



The security barrier protects all of the following Vault components except ___.

A. secret engine
B. auth method
C. storage backend
D. audit devices
E. token store

storage backend and HTTP API are outside of the security barrier hence can\\’t be protected.



Anyone can publish and share modules on the Terraform Public Module Registry, and meeting the requirements for publishing a module is extremely easy. Select from the following list all valid requirements. (select three)

A. The registry uses tags to identify module versions. Release tag names must be for the format x.y.z, and can
optionally be prefixed with a v.

B. Module repositories must use this three-part name format, terraform–.

C. The module must be PCI/HIPPA compliant.

D. The module must be on GitHub and must be a public repo


The list below contains all the requirements for publishing a module. Meeting the requirements for publishing a module is extremely easy. The list may appear long only to ensure we\\’re detailed, but adhering to the requirements should happen naturally. GitHub. The module must be on GitHub and must be a public repo. This is only a requirement for the public registry. If you\\’re using a private registry, you may ignore this requirement. Named terraform-. Module repositories must use this three-part name format, where reflects the type of infrastructure the module manages, and is the main provider where it creates that infrastructure. The segment can contain additional hyphens. Examples:
terraformgoogle-vault or terraform-aws-ec2-instance. Repository description. The GitHub repository description is used to populate the short description of the module. This should be a simple one-sentence description of the module.
Standard module structure. The module must adhere to the standard module structure. This allows the registry to
inspect your module and generate documentation, track resource usage, parse submodules and examples, and more.
x.y.z tags for releases. The registry uses tags to identify module versions. Release tag names must be a semantic
version, which can optionally be prefixed with a v. For example, v1.0.4 and 0.9.2. To publish a module initially, at least one release tag must be present. Tags that don\\’t look like version numbers are ignored.



The userpass auth method has the ability to access external services in order to provide authentication to Vault.


The userpass auth method uses a local database that cannot interact with any services outside of the Vault instance.



Complete the following sentence:
For the local state, the workspaces are stored directly in a…

A. a file called terraform.tfstate
B. directory called terraform.workspaces.tfstate
C. directory called terraform.tfstate.d
D. a file called terraform.tfstate.backup

For local state, Terraform stores the workspace states in a directory called terraform.tfstate.d.



What does the command terraform fmt do?

A. formats the state file in order to ensure the latest state of resources can be obtained
B. updates the font of the configuration file to the official font supported by HashiCorp
C. rewrite Terraform configuration files to a canonical format and style
D. deletes the existing configuration file

The terraform fmt command is used to rewrite Terraform configuration files to a canonical format and style.
This command applies a subset of the Terraform language style conventions, along with other minor
adjustments for readability.
Other Terraform commands that generate Terraform configuration will produce configuration files that
conform to the style imposed by terraform fmt, so using this style in your own files will ensure consistency.



True or False:
State is a requirement for Terraform to function.

A. True
B. False

Terraform requires some sort of database to map Terraform config to the real world. When you have a resource in your configuration, Terraform uses this map to know how that resource is represented. Therefore, to map configuration to resources in the real world, Terraform uses its own state structure.



What is the result of the following terraform function call? lookup({a=”hello”, b=”goodbye”}, “c”, “what?”)

A. goodbye
B. hello
C. what?
D. c

lookup retrieves the value of a single element from a map, given its key. If the given key does not exist, the given default value is returned instead. In this case, the function call is searching for the key “c”. But since there is no key “c”, the default vault “what?” is returned.



From the code below, identify the implicit dependency:
resource “aws_eip” “public_ip” {
vpc = true
instance =
resource “aws_instance” “web_server” {
ami = “ami-2757f631”
instance_type = “t2.micro”
depends_on = [aws_s3_bucket.company_data]

A. The EC2 instance labeled web_server
B. The EIP with an id of ami-2757f631
C. The AMI used for the EC2 instance
D. The S3 bucket labeled company_data

The EC2 instance labeled web_server is the implicit dependency as the aws_eip cannot be created until the
aws_instance labeled web_server has been provisioned and the id is available. Note that aws_s3_bucket.example is an explicit dependency.



What command is used to renew a token, if permitted?

A. vault operator token renew
B. vault token update
C. vault new
D. vault update token
E. vault token renew
F. vault renew token

In order to renew a token, a user can issue a vault token renew command to extend the TTL. The token can also be renewed using the API



In order to make a Terraform configuration file dynamic and/or reusable, static values should be converted to use what?

A. regular expressions
B. module
C. input parameters
D. output value

Input variables serve as parameters for a Terraform module, allowing aspects of the module to be customized without altering the module\\’s own source code, and allowing modules to be shared between different configurations.



When writing the Terraform code, HashiCorp recommends that you use how many spaces between each nesting level?

A. 2
B. 5
C. 4
D. 1

HashiCorp style conventions state that you should use 2 spaces between each nesting level to improve the readability of Terraform configurations.

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