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You have an Azure Migrate project that has the following assessment properties:

✑ Target location: East US

✑ Storage redundancy: Locally redundant

✑ Comfort factor: 2.0

✑ Performance history: 1 month

✑ Percentile utilization: 95th

✑ Pricing tier: Standard

✑ Offer: Pay as you go

You discover the following two virtual machines:

✑ A virtual machine named VM1 that runs Windows Server 2016 and has 10 CPU cores at 20 percent utilization

✑ A virtual machine named VM2 that runs Windows Server 2012 and has four CPU cores at 50 percent utilization

How many CPU cores will Azure Migrate recommend for each virtual machine? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

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Explanation:

The equation is: ‘core usage x comfort factor’. The comfort factor is 2.0.

So VM 1 is 10 cores at 20% utilization which equals 2 cores. Multiply that the comfort factor and you get 4 cores.

VM 2 is 4 cores at 50% utilization which equals 2 cores. Multiply that the comfort factor and you get 4 cores.


   
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