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1

What is defined as information that either does NOT have a pre-defined data model or is NOT organized in a pre-defined manner?


Data at rest

Unstructured data

Semi-structured data

Streaming data

Unstructured data

2

What is defined as data that is continuously generated by different sources?

Streaming data

Structured data

Semi-structured data

Unstructured data

Streaming data

3

What is defined as data that was NOT collected by your organization?

Data at rest

Streaming data

Intermediate data

External data

External data

4

What is an example of streaming data?


Data warehouse

Sensor data at intervals

Spreadsheet

Blob storage

Sensor data at intervals

5

What should be the first step in the requirements gathering process?

Asking why

Locating data

Exploring data

Assessing data

Asking why

6

If you have representative data that is a good fit, what could be missing, making it low-quality data?

Completeness

Politics

Profiles

Standardization

Completeness

7

What should be considered when determining how to migrate data to Azure?

Host environment

Externality of data

Network capacity

Data structure

Network capacity

8

What is the name of the offline data transfer offering from Microsoft Azure?

Data Box

Data Transfer

Azure Data Transfer

Offline Transfer

Data Box

9

What is a pipeline in Azure Data Factory?

Key-value pairs of read-only configuration

Used to store temporary values and can also be used in conjunction with parameters

A logical grouping of activities that performs a unit of work

Connection information that's needed for Data Factory to connect to external resources

A logical grouping of activities that performs a unit of work

10

What is supported on Azure HD Insight as a cluster type?

Azure Datalake

SQL Data Warehouse

Hazelcast Jet

Apache Kafka

Apache Kafka