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How does tableau work?

Data Analysis is the art of presenting the data in a manner that even a non-analyst can understand. A perfect blend of aesthetic elements like colors, dimensions as well as labels is good at creating visual masterpieces, that reveal the surprising business insights that in turn helps the businesses to make the informed decisions. Data Analysis is an unavoidable part of business analytics. Since more and more sources of data we're getting discovered, business managers at various levels use the data visualization software that allows them to analyze the trends quickly visually and take quick business decisions.  Tableau is one of the fastest-growing business intelligence and data visualization tools. In this blog post, today we were going to discuss the working of tableau in real-time. Tableau is a business intelligence tool for the visual analysis of data. Through tableau, users can create and distribute an interactive and shareable dashboard. Through this business intelligence tool, we can depict the trends, variations, and density of data that can be represented in the form of charts and graphs.  Through this tool, users can connect the files, relational databases, and other big data sources to acquire and process the data. This software allows data blending and real-time collaboration that makes it unique. This data analysis is used by businesses, academic researchers, and many government organizations for visual data analysis. Are you new to the phrase tableau? If so check out our post on What is tableau? How does tableau work? The working of data in tableau with the real-time data can be understood through the following steps: Tableau offers five different products to diverse the visualization needs for professionals as well as organizations.  They are: Tableau Desktop: Made for Individual use Tableau Server: Collaboration for any organization Tableau Online: Business Intelligence in the Cloud Tableau Reader: lets you read the files saved in Tableau Desktop This business intelligence tool has the following highlights: Tableau Public and the tableau reader were free to use, while the tableau server and the tableau desktop come with the 14 days fully functional trial period. Once the trial period is completed the user will be charged as per the package. Tableau Desktop comes with both the professional as well as the personal edition at a lower cost. Besides tableau online is available with an annual subscription for a single user and scales to support thousands of users. Users can get the desktop version of tableau from their official website, and get full access to the various options for 14 days. Once the trial period finishes, the data visualization can be done with tableau public where the user’s data will be shared publicly. Once you install the software on the machine you can start the data visualization journey. Once you logged in to the tableau desktop, the starting page is divided into 7 sections: Connect to the File: This section helps you to connect with files, which allow you to extract data from different sources such as Excel, Text, Spatial Files, PDF, and so on. Connect to the Server:  This section helps you to connect with the Tableau Servers (or) allows you to extract data from different servers such as SQL Server, MySQL, and Tableau Server, and so on. Saved Data Sources:  This section contains the existing (or) Saved Data Sources. Open: This section contains the most recently used workbook under this section. Sample Workbooks: These were the sample workbooks that come with the tableau desktop installation. Training and Videos: This section contains some useful blogs as well as videos. Resources: This section contains the content generated by the tableau community. Note: If the server is not present under connect to the server section, then click more. A hyperlink that shows the list of supporting servers. Do you want to get a practical explanation of the tableau? If so, visit Tableau Online Training What are the exciting features of tableau? Tableau provides the solution for all kinds of industries, environments as well as departments.  The following are the highlighting features of tableau that enable to handle the diverse scenarios: Centralized Data: The tableau server provides the centralized location to manage all the organizations published data sources. Through this centralized data, users can delete, change permissions, add tags and manage schedules in one convenient location.  Through this centralized data, users can schedule, extract refreshes, and manages them in the data server. In addition, administrators can centrally define a schedule for extracts on the server for both full and incremental refreshes. Self-Reliant: This business intelligence tool does not require a complex software setup. The desktop version is opted by most users that can be installed easily and contain all the features needed to start and complete data analysis. Visual Discovery: This tool is good at exploring and analyzing the data from different tools like graphs, colors, and trend colors. Many options in this tool were drag and drop and require a small piece of code. Architecture Agnostic:  Tableau works well with all kinds of data where the data flows. Hence the user need not to worry about the specific hardware (or) software requirements. Real-Time Collaboration: Tableau can sort, filter, and discuss the data on the fly and can also embed the live dashboard using different portals like Salesforce (or) Sharepoint. In addition, you can save and view your data, allow the colleagues to subscribe to your interactive dashboards where the subscribers can see the latest data just by refreshing the browser. Blend Diverse Data Sets: Tableau allows you to blend different relational, semi-structured, and rata data sources in real-time, without an expensive upfront integration cost. In addition, the user does need not to know the details of how the data is stored. Likewise, there are many highlighting features of the tableau. By reaching the end of this blog post, I expect you people have gained enough information on tableau working in real-time. Readers can get a practical explanation of this by real-time experts through Tableau Online Course. In the upcoming post of this blog, I'll be sharing some additional features of the tableau. Meanwhile, you can also check out our Tableau Interview questions prepared by experts on our website.

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What is an elastic load balancer in AWS?

Elastic Load Balancer is an Amazon Application for load balancing service for cloud deployments. This service is good at distributing the application traffic automatically and scales the resources to meet the traffic demands. This service helps IT teams to adjust the capacity according to the network and incoming application traffic. To maintain consistent application performance, users enable the elastic load balancer, within a single availability zone (or) across the multiple availability zones to maintain the consistent application performance. Internally this Elastic load balancer divides the amount of work that the computer does into several tasks to get the task served shortly. Due to elastic, it is usually implemented as a software load balancer. Due to its elasticity in nature, the system check for the application servers, health status and routes the traffic appropriately to the available servers to manage the failover of high available targets and automatically spins up the needed capacity. Once the load balancer receives the request from the end-users to access the applications, it routes the traffic based on target instance health. It continuously monitors the health status and the user request to the healthy instances.  While checking, in case of any unhealthy in cases of any unhealthy instance found, the load balancer automatically routes the traffic to other healthy available targets.   With the elastic load capability, users configure the protocol and port of the listener, a process will identify the connection request between the clients and the load balancer, as well as the load balancer and the instance targets. The listeners present here follow certain policies and the predefined rules to identify the traffic between the client and backend instances. Elastic Load Balancer automatically distributes the incoming application traffic across multiple targets such as IP Addresses, Amazon Ec2 Instances, containers, Lambda functions as well as virtual appliances.  Are you new to the concept of AWS, If so check out our article at What is AWS? What are the different types of Application Load Balancers? Elastic Load balancers offer 4 types of load balancers, to make the application fault-tolerant. The different types of load balancers are as follows:  Application Load Balancer:                                                                                                                         This kind of load balancer operates at the request layer (layer 7) to route the traffic to the target based on the content of the request. This kind of load balancer is ideal for HTTP as well as HTTPS traffic to provide advanced routing techniques, that target the delivery of modern application architectures that include microservices and container-based applications.  This kind of load balancer improves the security of the application, by ensuring the latest SSL/ TLS ciphers and protocols at all the times Network Load Balancer: This load balancer kind operates at the connection level (layer 4) in routing the connection to targets within Amazon VPC, based on the IP protocol data. This is ideal for the load balancing of both  TCP and UDP traffic. This Network load balancer is capable of handling millions of requests per second while maintaining ultra-low latencies. This load balancer kind is good at handling sudden and volatile traffic patterns with a single static IP address per availability zone.  Besides, it is integrated with various AWS services like Amazon EC2 Container Service, Auto Scaling, AWS Certification Manager (ACM), and Amazon Cloud Formation Do you want to get a practical explanation of this balancer? If So, visit AWS Online Training Gateway Load Balancer: Gateway Load Balancer is good at managing third-party virtual applications and makes the user easily deploy and scale the appliances. It gives the distribution of traffic from one gateway across multiple virtual appliances, in addition to the scaling of up and down based on the requirement. Besides, it also eliminates the potential points of failure, in the network and thus increases the availability. In this kind of load balancer, through Amazon Marketplace, you can find, test, and buy the virtual appliance from third-party vendors directly. This integrated experience streamlines the deployment process from the virtual appliances more quickly, irrespective of the same (or) the different vendors. Classic Load Balancer: This kind of load balancer is good at both the request as well as the connection level to provide the basic load balancing across the multiple Amazon Ec2 Instances. This kind of load balancer is intended for the applications that were built within the EC2 Classic Network. Amazon has recommended this load balancer kind for Layer 7 traffic and Network load balancer for Layer 4 traffic while using the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). This elastic load balancer offers a variety of features to its users. They are: Support of both Ipv4 and Ipv6 protocols Flexible cipher support Spreading instances across the healthy channels Detection of unhealthy Elastic Cloud Computing (EC2) instances Optional public key authentication Centralized management of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates In addition, there are two other features of Elastic Load balancer, that user uses this service, Automatic Scaling: Today developers use the AWS Auto Scaling feature, to guarantee that the user has enough EC2 instances running behind an ELB. Through ELB, developers can set the auto-scaling conditions and once the conditions are met, a new instance can spin up to meet up the minimum. In addition, a developer can also set up the condition, to spin up the new EC2 instance to reduce the latency. Security: Elastic Load Balancer supports applications within an Amazon Private Cloud (VPC) for stronger network security. Here the IT Teams can specify whether he wants an internal load balancer (or) not. The latter option also enables the developer to route the traffic using ELB using a private IP address.  In addition, the developer can also route the traffic between different tiers of any application using multiple internet-facing and internal load balancers to use a security group along with the private IP address while exposing only the web-facing tier and its public IP address. In addition, it also supports SSL Security encryption. Likewise, there are many high lighting features of Elastic Load Balancer.  By reaching the end of this article, I hope you have gained enough information on Elastic load Balancer.  You can get a practical explanation on the same, from real-time industry experts through the AWS Online Course. In the upcoming post of this blog, I'll be sharing detailed information on different kinds of load balancers. Meanwhile, check out our AWS Interview Questions prepared by Industry professions to get placed in MNC’s.

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Explain the role of Flask in Python Programming?

Web apps were developed to generate the content based on retrieved data that changes based on the user interaction with the website. The server side here is responsible for querying, retrieving as well as updating the data. This makes the web applications to be slower and more complicated to deploy in comparison with simple small websites A typical web application ecosystem consists of two primary coding environments namely client as well as server-side scripting. In the Client-side system, the code executed on the user browser is visible to anyone who has the access to the system in the generation of the first results. On the other hand, server-side scripting run on the backend of the webserver. This enables developers to design, build maintains and host web applications over the internet. Today in the article, we are going to discuss the flask() application in python programming. Before going to know about flask(), let us start our discussion with the web application. A web application framework is a collection of modules and libraries that allows helps developers to write applications without writing the low-level codes such as protocols, thread management, etc. Flask is an API that allows programmers to build up web applications. The Flask framework is more explicit than the Django framework and is easier to learn because it has less code to implement a simple web-based application. Flask is based on Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI) tool kit and the Jinja2 template engine. Are you new to python programming, if so visit What is Python programming? To understand the flask, we initially need to understand the following terms: WGSI: WSGI (Web Server Gateway Interface) has been adopted as a standard for Python web application development. WSGI is a specification for the universal interface between web servers as well as web applications. Werkzeug: It is a WSGI toolkit that implements request, response object, and other utility functions. This enables building the framework of it. This Flask framework uses Werkzeug as one of its bases. Jinja2: This is the most popular python templating engine. This web templating system combines the template with certain data sources to render the dynamic web pages. Getting started with Flask: What is Flask? Flask is a framework that provides libraries to build lightweight applications in python. Many developers consider flask as a micro framework. This framework was developed by Armin Ronacher who leads an international group of Python enthusiasts(. Python 2.6 (or) higher requires the installation of the flask. The programmers can start importing the Flask package on any Python IDE.  You can check out the installation of Flask with the following code: #an object of the WSGI application from flask import Flask  app = Flask(__name__) # Flask constructor # A decorator used to tell the application # which URL is associated function @app.route('/')                def hello():  return 'HELLO' if __name__=='__main__': Do you want to get a practical explanation for this? If Yes, visit Python Online Training In the above code, the ‘/’ URL bounds with the hello() function. If the webserver homepage is opened in a browser, the output function will be rendered accordingly. Here the flask() is started by calling the run() function. Here the method should be restarted manually for any change in the code.  To solve this scenario, debug support is enabled to track any error.   app.debug = True = True) Routing: The web frameworks provide a routing technique, to remember the URL’s easily. It is useful to access the web page directly,  without navigating from the home page. In python programming routing is done through the following route() decorator, a bind a URL to the function # decorator to route URL def hello_world():           @app.route(‘/hello’) # binding to the function of route return ‘hello world’ If the user visits http://localhost:5000/hello URL the output of the hello world() function will be rendered in the browser. Besides this, the add_url_rule function of the object is used to bind the URL with the function. def hello_world(): return ‘hello world’ app.add_url_rule(‘/’, ‘hello’, hello_world) Flask Variables: The flask variables were responsible to dynamically build URLs by adding the variable parts to the rule parameter. The variable part here is marked as a keyword argument as shown in the example below:  from flask import Flask app = Flask(__name__) # routing the decorator function hello_name @app.route('/hello/') def hello_name(name): return 'Hello %s!' % name if __name__ == '__main__': = True) Save the file with the .py extension, and run from the power shell. Now navigate to http://localhost:5000/hello/kitsonlinetrainings. Output: Hello kitsonlinetrainings In the above example, the parameter of the route() decorator contains the variable part attached to the URL ‘/hello’ as an argument. Hence if the user navigates to http://localhost:5000/hello/kitsonlinetrainings , ‘kitsonlinetrainings’ will be passed to the hello() function as an argument.  In addition to the default string variable part, other data types like int, float, and path were also used. The Flask URL rules were based on the Werkzeugs routing module. It ensures that the URLs formed are unique and precedents presents here were laid by apache. from flask import Flask app = Flask(__name__) @app.route('/blog/') def show_blog(postID): return 'Blog Number %d' % postID @app.route('/rev/') def revision(revNo): return 'Revision Number %f' % revNo if __name__ == '__main__': # says the URL is http://localhost:5000/blog/555 Flask Advantages: Utilization of flask framework in python programming has the following advantages: It is easy to use Provision of a built-in server as well as the debugger Provision for integrated unit test support Provision for RESTful request dispatching Contains the best documentation for various scenarios Purely based on Unicode and WGSI 1.0 Contains the best documentation to explore various scenarios Conclusion: In this article, we tried to understand the importance and the application of the flask() in python programming. You can get practical knowledge on the flask() from real-time working professionals through the Python Online Course. In the upcoming post of this blog, I'll be introducing the new framework. Meanwhile, you can also check out the Python Interview Questions written by Industry professionals to get placed in MNC.  

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What is Garbage Collection? How does it work?

Garbage collection is the process of reclaiming unused memory through the destruction of unused objects. In the languages like C and C++, the programmer is responsible for the creation and destruction of objects. In some cases, the programmer may forget to destroy the useless memory and the memory allocated to them is not released. The used memory of the system keeps on growing, and there might be no memory left to allocate. In such cases, the applications suffer from memory leaks. After a certain point, sufficient memory may not be available for the creation of new objects. In such cases, the entire program gets terminated abnormally due to out-of-memory errors.  You can use methods like free() in C and delete in C++ to perform garbage collection. In Java, garbage collection happens automatically during the life cycle of the program. This eliminates the need to deallocate memory and therefore avoid memory leaks. Here you can use methods like free() in C Language and delete() in C++ to perform the garbage collection. In Java, garbage collection happens during the lifecycle of the program. This eliminates the need to deallocates the memory as well as the memory leaks. Are you new to the concept of JAVA, If so, check out What is JAVA? Garbage Collector in JAVA: The process of automatic memory allocation by java programs is known as Java Garbage Collection. JAVA program compiles into bytecode, that can run the JAVA Virtual Machine (JVM). When the JAVA program runs on JVM, objects were created on the heap, which creates a portion of memory to the program.  Over the lifetime of the application, new objects were created and released. Here heap consists of two types of objects: Live – Objects are being used and referenced from somewhere else Dead – These objects were no longer used (or) reference from anywhere Garbage Collector Silent Features: It is controlled by a thread known as Garbage Collector JAVA provides two methods gc() and Runtime.gc() that sends a request to JVM for garbage collection. JAVA programmers are free from memory management. Programmers cannot force the garbage collector to collect the garbage it depends on JVM When the garbage collector removes the object from the memory, initially the garbage collector thread () calls the finalize () of the object and then remove it. Object Allocation: When an object allocates, the Jrocket JVM checks the size of the object. It distinguishes between small and large objects. Here the small, as well as the large size, depends on heap size, JVM Version, Garbage collection strategy, and the platform used. The actual size of the object varies from 2KB to 128KB. The small objects here were stored in a Thread Local Area (TLA) which is a free chunk of the heap. If the thread is using the young space, it is directly stored in the old space. Here the large object requires more synchronization between the threads. When is an object eligible for Garbage Collection? An object becomes eligible only if it is not used by any program (or) thread (or) any static references. If two objects having a reference to each other and do not have any live reference, then the objects are collected by the garbage collector. There are some other cases where an object is eligible for garbage collection, If the reference of the object is set to null An object is created inside the block and the scope goes out of the scope. How does JAVA Garbage Collector in JAVA work? JVM Controls JAVA Garbage collector. JVM decides when to perform the Garbage collection.  You can also request JVM to run the garbage collector. But there is no guarantee that JVM will compile in all conditions. JVM runs the garbage collector if it senses that the memory is running low. When the JAVA program requests the garbage collection, JVM usually accepts it in short order. But it doesn’t make sure that the request has been accepted. Do you want to know the practical working of JAVA Garbage Collector? If yes, visit JAVA Online Training Which method is used for garbage collection? In JAVA, every program has more than one thread and every thread has its execution stack. The main() method contains a thread that is responsible for running a JAVA program. If no live thread is accessing the garbage collector, then-current the thread will access the garbage collector. Once accessed, the garbage collector considers the object is eligible for deletion. If the program has a reference variable that references the object, that reference variable available to the live thread is known as reachable. Usually, the garbage collection happens to the memory when the object is no longer needed. Even though JAVA programming contains many live objects, garbage collection does not guarantee that there is enough memory. Java compiler usually maintains the enough memory Types of Garbage Collection: Serial GC: It uses the mark and sweeps approach for the young and old generations. i.e minor and major Garbage Collections Parallel GC: It is similar to the serial GC except, it spawns N threads for young generation garbage collection. Parallel Old GC: It uses multiple threads in both generations and the rest is similar to the parallel GC G1 Garbage collector: It is introduced in JAVA 7. Its main objective is to replace the CMS collector. It’s a parallel, concurrent well as the CMS collector. Here, there is no young and the old generation space. Here the heap is divided into different equal-sized heaps which collects the regions with lesser live data. Concurrent Mask Sweep Collector: It does the garbage collection for the old generation. Here through XX: ParallelCMSThreads = JVM option you can limit the number of threads in the CMS collector. Some people also call it a concurrent Low Pause Collector. Mark and Sweep Algorithm: JRockit uses the mark and sweeps algorithm for garbage collection. It contains two phases namely the mark phase as well as the sweep Phase. Mark Phase: This phase makes the objects accessible from various sources like native handles, threads and other GC root sources and marks them as alive. Every object tree has more than one root object where the GC root is always reachable. So any object that has a garbage collection at its root identifies and marks all the objects that are in use and the rest were considered as garbage. Sweep Phase: This phase finds the gaps between the objects by reversing the heap. The free list present here records the gaps and is made available for new object allocation. JVM perform the garbage collection through this process and has the following pros and cons: Pros: It's an infinite loop It’s a recurrent process No additional overhead during the algorithm execution Cons: Cannot run the normal program parallelly Runs multiple times on a program We cannot find a process with no cons. Every program has an equal number of pros and cons. Keeping the cons aside Garbage collection is the best process in programming languages like JAVA. But this concept is very good at memory deallocation. You can grab practical knowledge on garbage collection from Real-time professionals through JAVA Online Course. Additionally, you can also check out the JAVA Interview Questions prepared by real-time professionals to get placed in MNC’s  

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What does VM Ware do?

VM Ware is virtualization and cloud-based software service provider founded in 1988. In the year 2004, VM Ware was acquired by EM Corporation. In 2016, Dell acquired  EM Corporation. This platform works through x86 architecture on bare metal. Through VM Ware server virtualization, a hypervisor is installed on the physical server. All VM’s on the same physical server share the same resources such as RAM as well as Networking. VM Ware has its roots and technical gravity center around virtualization that is capable of running large unmodified operating systems in virtual machines. What does VM Ware do? Presence of software layer between the operating system and physical hardware this platform is capable of tackling various problems like fault isolation, storage, resource management, application management, machine providing, etc in a robust way that were not dependent on the application running above the virtualization layer. In addition, this VM Ware contains the VMotion technology that allows the machine running to move from one physical host to the other without the interruption of the service.  VM Ware projects and plan for designing, developing, and optimizing the product that makes the computing more accessible, available, redundant, and easily accessible. This platform makes the virtualization in different areas through different products. Are you new to the concept of VM Ware? If so, check out our blog on What is VM Ware? What are the different products of VM Ware? VM Ware includes several products. Some of them were virtualization, networking, and security management tools, storage software as well as data center software. Data Center and the Cloud Infrastructure: VMWare VSphere is a suite of virtualization products. VM Ware VSphere known as VM Ware Infrastructure includes ESXi, V Sphere Client, V Center Server as well as vMotion. The latest version is V Sphere 7.0 is available in three different editions such as Standard, Enterprise Plus as well as Platinum. Additionally, it also contains two-three server kits that were targeted towards small and medium scale businesses namely VSphere Essentials and Essential Plus. Through a VM Ware Cloud on AWS, customers can run a cluster of Vsphere host through VSAN and NSX in Amazon Data Center to run the workloads. Networking and Security: VMWare NSX is a virtual networking and security software, allows administrators to virtualize the network component and thus enables them to develop, deploy and configure the virtual networks and switches through software rather than hardware. A layer present on the top of the administrator divides the physical network into various virtual networks. VMWare VReliaze Network Insight is a network operations management tool that enables admin to plan micro-segmentation and check the health of VM Ware NSX. This V Reliaze Network Insight relies on technology that collects the information from the NSX manager. In addition, it displays an error in its user interface that helps in troubleshooting the NSX environment SDDC Platform: SDDC Manager is capable of integrating the software stack that bundles VM Ware V SAN, VM Ware NSX, V Sphere into a single platform. Through this software, an admin can deploy the bundle on-premises as a private cloud (or) run it as a service within a public cloud. Additionally, the administrator can provide the application immediately without having to wait for the network (or) storage. Do you want to know more about the SDDC platform? If yes, visit VM Online Training Storage and Availability: VM Ware VSAN is a software-based storage feature that is built into ESXi hypervisor and integrated with VSphere.Here the disk space is pooled through various ESXi hosts and provisioned through different smart policies such as erasure coding, thin provisioning as well as protection limits.It Integrates with V Sphere high availability to offer increased compute as well as storage availability. VM Ware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) is a disaster recovery management product that allows the administrator to create recovery plans that were automatically executed in case of failure. Site Recovery Manager allows admins to automatically orchestrate the failover and failback of VM’s. SRM also integrates with NSX to preserve the network as well as the security policies on migrated VM’s. VM Ware VCloud NFV is a virtualization platform to perform the networking functions which enables the service provider for application virtualization through multiple vendors. In addition, it provides similar benefits like virtualization and cloud communication services that relies on hardware. Cloud Management Platform: VReliaze suite is a group of software that allows users to create and manage hybrid clouds. The VReliaze suite includes V Reliaze operations for monitoring,  V Reliaze Log Insight for centralized logging, V Reliaze automation for Data Center Automation, and V Reliaze Business for Cloud for cost management. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: VM Ware Horizon allows organizations to run windows desktop in a Data Center, (or) in a VM Ware cloud (or) the AWS. This removes the need to place and manage the full desktop in the workplace and centralizes the management and security for the user environment. It integrates with VM Ware product app volumes and Dynamic environment manager for application delivery and Windows Desktop Management. Digital Workspace and Enterprise Mobility Management: WorkSpace One allows an administrator to control mobile devices and cloud-hosted virtual desktops and applications from a single managed platform in a cloud (or) on-premises. The workspace here includes the Horizon Air, VM Ware Air Watch, and Identity Manager. Here the Identity Manager is an Identity as a Service product that offers the single Sign On (SSO) capabilities for Web, Cloud as well as mobile applications. This identity manager is an identity as a Service product that offers a single sign-on capability for web, cloud as well as mobile applications. The SSO present here grants access to any application from any device using the policy creation protocol. VMWare Air Watch is software base on  Enterprise mobility management (EMM) which enables an admin to deploy and manage mobile devices, applications, and data. Personal Desktop:         VM ware Work station is the first product released by the software company. It enables the user to create and run VM’s directly on single windows (or) Linux System (Desktop (or) Laptop). These VM’s runs simultaneously along with the physical machine. Here each VM runs its OS such as Windows (or) Linux. Hence this enables users to run Windows on a Linux machine (or)vice versa simultaneously along with the natively installed OS. Likewise many components come into the picture while virtualizing the product. By reaching the end of this post, I expect you have gained enough knowledge on What does VM Ware do using different components. In the upcoming post of this blog, I'll be sharing with you the complete details of each VM ware component.  Also, newbies can get the practical session of each component by real-time professionals through VM Ware Online Course. And also learners can check out our VM Interview Questions to get placed in an MNC.  

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Hadoop Cluster Interview Questions

  Q.Explain About The Hadoop-core Configuration Files? Ans: Hadoop core is specified by two resources. It is configured by two well written xml files which are loaded from the classpath: Hadoop-default.xml- Read-only defaults for Hadoop, suitable for a single machine instance. Hadoop-site.xml- It specifies the site configuration for Hadoop distribution. The cluster specific information is also provided by the Hadoop administrator. Q.Explain In Brief The Three Modes In Which Hadoop Can Be Run? Ans : The three modes in which Hadoop can be run are: Standalone (local) mode- No Hadoop daemons running, everything runs on a single Java Virtual machine only. Pseudo-distributed mode- Daemons run on the local machine, thereby simulating a cluster on a smaller scale. Fully distributed mode- Runs on a cluster of machines. Q.Explain What Are The Features Of Standalone (local) Mode? Ans : In stand-alone or local mode there are no Hadoop daemons running,  and everything runs on a single Java process. Hence, we don't get the benefit of distributing the code across a cluster of machines. Since, it has no DFS, it utilizes the local file system. This mode is suitable only for running MapReduce programs by developers during various stages of development. Its the best environment for learning and good for debugging purposes. Q.What Are The Features Of Fully Distributed Mode? Ans:In Fully Distributed mode, the clusters range from a few nodes to 'n' number of nodes. It is used in production environments, where we have thousands of machines in the Hadoop cluster. The daemons of Hadoop run on these clusters. We have to configure separate masters and separate slaves in this distribution, the implementation of which is quite complex. In this configuration, Namenode and Datanode runs on different hosts and there are nodes on which task tracker runs. The root of the distribution is referred as HADOOP_HOME. Q.Explain What Are The Main Features Of Pseudo Mode? Ans : In Pseudo-distributed mode, each Hadoop daemon runs in a separate Java process, as such it simulates a cluster though on a small scale. This mode is used both for development and QA environments. Here, we need to do the configuration changes. Q.What Are The Hadoop Configuration Files At Present? Ans : There are 3 configuration files in Hadoop: conf/core-site.xml: hdfs: //localhost:9000 conf/hdfs-site.xml: dfs.replication 1 conf/mapred-site.xml: mapred.job.tracker local host: 9001 Q.Can You Name Some Companies That Are Using Hadoop? Ans : Numerous companies are using Hadoop, from large Software Companies, MNCs to small organizations. Yahoo is the top contributor with many open source Hadoop Softwares and frameworks. Social Media Companies like Facebook and Twitter have been using for a long time now for storing their mammoth data. Apart from that Netflix, IBM, Adobe and e-commerce websites like Amazon and eBay are also using multiple Hadoop technologies. Q.Which Is The Directory Where Hadoop Is Installed? Ans : Cloudera and Apache have the same directory structure. Hadoop is installed in cd /usr/lib/hadoop-0.20/. Q.What Are The Port Numbers Of Name Node, Job Tracker And Task Tracker? Ans : The port number for Namenode is ’70′, for job tracker is ’30′ and for task tracker is ’60′. Q.Tell Us What Is A Spill Factor With Respect To The Ram? Ans : Spill factor is the size after which your files move to the temp file. Hadoop-temp directory is used for this. Default value for io.sort.spill.percent is 0.80. A value less than 0.5 is not recommended. Q.Is Fs.mapr.working.for A Single Directory? Ans : Yes, fs.mapr.working.dir it is just one directory. Q.Which Are The Three Main Hdfs-site.xml Properties? Ans : The three main hdfs-site.xml properties are: name.dir which gives you the location on which metadata will be stored and where DFS is located – on disk or onto the remote. data.dir which gives you the location where the data is going to be stored. checkpoint.dir which is for secondary Namenode. Q.How To Come Out Of The Insert Mode? Ans : To come out of the insert mode, press ESC, Type: q (if you have not written anything) OR Type: wq (if you have written anything in the file) and then press ENTER. Q.Tell Us What Cloudera Is And Why It Is Used In Big Data? Ans : Cloudera is the leading Hadoop distribution vendor on the Big Data market, its termed as the next-generation data management software that is required for business critical data challenges that includes access, storage, management, business analytics, systems security, and search. Q.We Are Using Ubuntu Operating System With Cloudera, But From Where We Can Download Hadoop Or Does It Come By Default With Ubuntu? Ans : This is a default configuration of Hadoop that you have to download from Cloudera or from eureka’s Dropbox and the run it on your systems. You can also proceed with your own configuration but you need a Linux box, be it Ubuntu or Red hat. There are installations steps present at the Cloudera location or in Eureka’s Drop box. You can go either ways. Q.What Is The Main Function Of The ‘jps’ Command? Ans : The jps’ command checks whether the Datanode, Namenode, tasktracker, jobtracker, and other components are working or not in Hadoop. One thing to remember is that if you have started Hadoop services with sudo then you need to run JPS with sudo privileges else the status will be not shown. Q.How Can I Restart Namenode? Ans : Click on and then click on OR Write sudo hdfs (press enter), su-hdfs (press enter), /etc/init.d/ha (press enter) and then /etc/init.d/hadoop-0.20-namenode start (press enter). Q.How Can We Check Whether Namenode Is Working Or Not? Ans : To check whether Namenode is working or not, use the command /etc/init.d/hadoop- 0.20-namenode status or as simple as jps’. Q.What Is "fsck" And What Is Its Use? Ans : "fsck" is File System Check. FSCK is used to check the health of a Hadoop Filesystem. It generates a summarized report of the overall health of the filesystem. Usage:  hadoop fsck / Q.At Times You Get A ‘connection Refused Java Exception’ When You Run The File System Check Command Hadoop Fsck /? Ans : The most possible reason is that the Namenode is not working on your VM. Q.What Is The Use Of The Command Mapred.job.tracker? Ans : The command mapred.job.tracker is used by the Job Tracker to list out which host and port that the MapReduce job tracker runs at. If it is "local", then jobs are run in-process as a single map and reduce task. Q.What Does /etc /init.d Do? Ans : /etc /init.d specifies where daemons (services) are placed or to see the status of these daemons. It is very LINUX specific, and nothing to do with Hadoop. Q.How Can We Look For The Namenode In The Browser? Ans : If you have to look for Namenode in the browser, you don’t have to give localhost: 8021, the port number to look for Namenode in the browser is 50070. Q.How To Change From Su To Cloudera? Ans : To change from SU to Cloudera just type exit. Q.Which Files Are Used By The Startup And Shutdown Commands? Ans : Slaves and Masters are used by the startup and the shutdown commands. Q.What Do Masters And Slaves Consist Of? Ans : Masters contain a list of hosts, one per line, that are to host secondary namenode servers. Slaves consist of a list of hosts, one per line, that host datanode and task tracker servers. Q.What Is The Function Of Where Is It Present? Ans : This file contains some environment variable settings used by Hadoop; it provides the environment for Hadoop to run. The path of JAVA_HOME is set here for it to run properly. file is present in the conf/ location. You can also create your own custom configuration file conf/, which will allow you to override the default Hadoop settings. Q.Can We Have Multiple Entries In The Master Files? Ans : Yes, we can have multiple entries in the Master files. Q.In Hadoop_pid_dir, What Does Pid Stands For? Ans : PID stands for ‘Process ID’. Q.What Does Hadoop-metrics? Properties File Do? Ans : Hadoop-metrics Properties is used for ‘Reporting‘purposes. It controls the reporting for hadoop. The default status is ‘not to report‘. Q.What Are The Network Requirements For Hadoop? Ans : The Hadoop core uses Shell (SSH) to launch the server processes on the slave nodes. It requires password-less SSH connection between the master and all the slaves and the Secondary machines. Q.Why Do We Need A Password-less Ssh In Fully Distributed Environment? Ans : We need a password-less SSH in a Fully-Distributed environment because when the cluster is LIVE and running in Fully Distributed environment, the communication is too frequent. The job tracker should be able to send a task to task tracker quickly. Q.What Will Happen If A Namenode Has No Data? Ans : If a Namenode has no data it cannot be considered as a Namenode. In practical terms, Namenode needs to have some data. Q.What Happens To Job Tracker When Namenode Is Down? Ans : Namenode is the main point which keeps all the metadata, keep tracks of failure of datanode with the help of heart beats. As such when a namenode is down, your cluster will be completely down, because Namenode is the single point of failure in a Hadoop Installation. Q.Explain What Do You Mean By Formatting Of The Dfs? Ans : Like we do in Windows, DFS is formatted for proper structuring of data. It is not usually recommended to do as it format the Namenode too in the process, which is not desired. Q.We Use Unix Variants For Hadoop. Can We Use Microsoft Windows For The Same? Ans : In practicality, Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux are the best Operating Systems for Hadoop. On the other hand, Windows can be used but it is not used frequently for installing Hadoop as there are many support problems related to it. The frequency of crashes and the subsequent restarts makes it unattractive. As such, Windows is not recommended as a preferred environment for Hadoop Installation, though users can give it a try for learning purposes in the initial stage. Q.Which One Decides The Input Split - Hdfs Client Or Namenode? Ans : The HDFS Client does not decide. It is already specified in one of the configurations through which input split is already configured. Q.Let’s Take A Scenario, Let’s Say We Have Already Cloudera In A Cluster, Now If We Want To Form A Cluster On Ubuntu Can We Do It. Explain In Brief? Ans : Yes, we can definitely do it. We have all the useful installation steps for creating a new cluster. The only thing that needs to be done is to uninstall the present cluster and install the new cluster in the targeted environment. Q.Can You Tell Me If We Can Create A Hadoop Cluster From Scratch? Ans : Yes, we can definitely do that.  Once we become familiar with the Apache Hadoop environment, we can create a cluster from scratch. Q.Explain The Significance Of Ssh? What Is The Port On Which Port Does Ssh Work? Why Do We Need Password In Ssh Local Host? Ans : SSH is a secure shell communication, is a secure protocol and the most common way of administering remote servers safely, relatively very simple and inexpensive to implement. A single SSH connection can host multiple channels and hence can transfer data in both directions. SSH works on Port No. 22, and it is the default port number. However, it can be configured to point to a new port number, but its not recommended. In local host, password is required in SSH for security and in a situation where password less communication is not set. Q.What Is Ssh? Explain In Detail About Ssh Communication Between Masters And The Slaves? Ans : Secure Socket Shell or SSH is a password-less secure communication that provides administrators with a secure way to access a remote computer and data packets are sent across the slave. This network protocol also has some format into which data is sent across. SSH communication is not only between masters and slaves but also between two hosts in a network.  SSH appeared in 1995 with the introduction of SSH - 1. Now SSH 2 is in use, with the vulnerabilities coming to the fore when Edward Snowden leaked information by decrypting some SSH traffic. Q.Can You Tell Is What Will Happen To A Namenode, When Job Tracker Is Not Up And Running? Ans : When the job tracker is down, it will not be in functional mode, all running jobs will be halted because it is a single point of failure. Your whole cluster will be down but still Namenode will be present. As such the cluster will still be accessible if Namenode is working, even if the job tracker is not up and running. But you cannot run your Hadoop job.  

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Go Language interview Questions

Q.What Is Go? Ans: Go is a general-purpose language designed with systems programming in mind.It was initially developed at Google in year 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is strongly and statically typed, provides inbuilt support for garbage collection and supports concurrent programming. Programs are constructed using packages, for efficient management of dependencies. Go programming implementations use a traditional compile and link model to generate executable binaries. Q.What Are The Benefits Of Using Go Programming? Ans: Support for environment adopting patterns similar to dynamic languages. For example type inference (x := 0 is valid declaration of a variable x of type int). Compilation time is fast. InBuilt concurrency support: light-weight processes (via goroutines), channels, select statement. Conciseness, Simplicity, and Safety. Support for Interfaces and Type embdding. Production of statically linked native binaries without external dependencies. Q.Does Go Support Type Inheritance? Ans: No support for type inheritance. Q.Does Go Support Operator Overloading? Ans: No support for operator overloading. Q.Does Go Support Method Overloading? Ans: No support for method overloading. Q.Does Go Support Pointer Arithmetics? Ans: No support for pointer arithmetic. Q.Does Go Support Generic Programming? Ans: No support for generic programming. Q.Is Go A Case Sensitive Language? Ans: Yes! Go is a case sensitive programming language. Q.What Is Static Type Declaration Of A Variable In Go? Ans: Static type variable declaration provides assurance to the compiler that there is one variable existing with the given type and name so that compiler proceed for further compilation without needing complete detail about the variable. A variable declaration has its meaning at the time of compilation only, compiler needs actual variable declaration at the time of linking of the program. Q.What Is Dynamic Type Declaration Of A Variable In Go? Ans: A dynamic type variable declaration requires compiler to interpret the type of variable based on value passed to it. Compiler don't need a variable to have type statically as a necessary requirement. Q.Can You Declared Multiple Types Of Variables In Single Declaration In Go? Ans: Yes Variables of different types can be declared in one go using type inference. var a, b, c = 3, 4, "foo" Q.How To Print Type Of A Variable In Go? Ans: Following code prints the type of a variable − var a, b, c = 3, 4, "foo" fmt.Printf("a is of type %Tn", a) Q.What Is A Pointer? Ans: It's a pointer variable which can hold the address of a variable. For example − var x = 5 var p *int p = &x fmt.Printf("x = %d", *p) Here x can be accessed by *p. Q.What Is The Purpose Of Break Statement? Ans: Break terminates the for loop or switch statement and transfers execution to the statement immediately following the for loop or switch. Q.What Is The Purpose Of Continue Statement? Ans: Continue causes the loop to skip the remainder of its body and immediately retest its condition prior to reiterating. Q.What Is The Purpose Of Goto Statement? Ans: goto transfers control to the labeled statement. Q.Explain The Syntax For 'for' Loop? Ans: The syntax of a for loop in Go programming language is − for { statement(s); } Here is the flow of control in a for loop − if condition is available, then for loop executes as long as condition is true. if for clause that is ( init; condition; increment ) is present then The init step is executed first, and only once. This step allows you to declare and initialize any loop control variables. You are not required to put a statement here, as long as a semicolon appears. Next, the condition is evaluated. If it is true, the body of the loop is executed. If it is false, the body of the loop does not execute and flow of control jumps to the next statement just after the for loop. After the body of the for loop executes, the flow of control jumps back up to the increment statement. This statement allows you to update any loop control variables. This statement can be left blank, as long as a semicolon appears after the condition. The condition is now evaluated again. If it is true, the loop executes and the process repeats itself (body of loop, then increment step, and then again condition). After the condition becomes false, the for loop terminates. if range is available, then for loop executes for each item in the range. Q.Explain The Syntax To Create A Function In Go? Ans: The general form of a function definition in Go programming language is as follows − func function_name( ) { body of the function } A function definition in Go programming language consists of a function header and a function body. Here are all the parts of a function − func func starts the declaration of a function. Function Name − This is the actual name of the function. The function name and the parameter list together constitute the function signature. Parameters − A parameter is like a placeholder. When a function is invoked, you pass a value to the parameter. This value is referred to as actual parameter or argument. The parameter list refers to the type, order, and number of the parameters of a function. Parameters are optional; that is, a function may contain no parameters. Return Type − A function may return a list of values. The return_types is the list of data types of the values the function returns. Some functions perform the desired operations without returning a value. In this case, the return_type is the not required. Function Body − The function body contains a collection of statements that define what the function does. Q.Can You Return Multiple Values From A Function? Ans: A Go function can return multiple values. For example − package main import "fmt" func swap(x, y string) (string, string) { return y, x } func main() { a, b := swap("Mahesh", "Kumar") fmt.Println(a, b) } Q.In How Many Ways You Can Pass Parameters To A Method? Ans: While calling a function, there are two ways that arguments can be passed to a function: Call by value: This method copies the actual value of an argument into the formal parameter of the function. In this case, changes made to the parameter inside the function have no effect on the argument. Call by reference:This method copies the address of an argument into the formal parameter. Inside the function, the address is used to access the actual argument used in the call. This means that changes made to the parameter affect the argument. Q.What Is The Default Way Of Passing Parameters To A Function? Ans: By default, Go uses call by value to pass arguments. In general, this means that code within a function cannot alter the arguments used to call the function while calling max() function used the same method. Q.What Do You Mean By Function As Value In Go? Ans: Go programming language provides flexibility to create functions on the fly and use them as values. We can set a variable with a function definition and use it as parameter to a function. Q.What Are The Function Closures? Ans: Functions closure are anonymous functions and can be used in dynamic programming. Q.What Are Methods In Go? Ans: Go programming language supports special types of functions called methods. In method declaration syntax, a "receiver" is present to represent the container of the function. This receiver can be used to call function using "." operator. Q.What Is Default Value Of A Local Variable In Go? Ans: A local variable has default value as it corresponding 0 value. Q.What Is Default Value Of A Global Variable In Go? Ans: A global variable has default value as it corresponding 0 value. Q.What Is Default Value Of A Pointer Variable In Go? Ans: Pointer is initialized to nil. Q.Explain The Purpose Of The Function Printf()? Ans: Prints the formatted output. Q.What Is Lvalue And Rvalue? Ans: The expression appearing on right side of the assignment operator is called as rvalue. Rvalue is assigned to lvalue, which appears on left side of the assignment operator. The lvalue should designate to a variable not a constant. Q.What Is The Difference Between Actual And Formal Parameters? Ans: The parameters sent to the function at calling end are called as actual parameters while at the receiving of the function definition called as formal parameters. Q.What Is The Difference Between Variable Declaration And Variable Definition? Ans: Declaration associates type to the variable whereas definition gives the value to the variable. Q.Explain Modular Programming? Ans: Dividing the program in to sub programs (modules/function) to achieve the given task is modular approach. More generic functions definition gives the ability to re-use the functions, such as built-in library functions. Q.What Is A Token? Ans: A Go program consists of various tokens and a token is either a keyword, an identifier, a constant, a string literal, or a symbol. Q.Which Key Word Is Used To Perform Unconditional Branching? Ans: goto Q.What Is An Array? Ans: Array is collection of similar data items under a common name. Q.What Is A Nil Pointers In Go? Ans: Go compiler assign a Nil value to a pointer variable in case you do not have exact address to be assigned. This is done at the time of variable declaration. A pointer that is assigned nil is called a nil pointer. The nil pointer is a constant with a value of zero defined in several standard libraries. Q.What Is A Pointer On Pointer? Ans: It's a pointer variable which can hold the address of another pointer variable. It de-refers twice to point to the data held by the designated pointer variable. var a int var ptr *int var pptr **int a = 3000 ptr = &a pptr = &ptr fmt.Printf("Value available at **pptr = %dn", **pptr) Therefore 'a' can be accessed by **pptr. Q.What Is Structure In Go? Ans: Structure is another user defined data type available in Go programming, which allows you to combine data items of different kinds. Q.How To Define A Structure In Go? Ans: To define a structure, you must use type and struct statements. The struct statement defines a new data type, with more than one member for your program. type statement binds a name with the type which is struct in our case. The format of the struct statement is this − type struct_variable_type struct { member definition; member definition; ... member definition; } Q.What Is Slice In Go? Ans: Go Slice is an abstraction over Go Array. As Go Array allows you to define type of variables that can hold several data items of the same kind but it do not provide any inbuilt method to increase size of it dynamically or get a sub-array of its own. Slices covers this limitation. It provides many utility functions required on Array and is widely used in Go programming. Q.How To Define A Slice In Go? Ans: To define a slice, you can declare it as an array without specifying size or use make function to create the one. var numbers int /* a slice of unspecified size */ /* numbers == int{0,0,0,0,0}*/ numbers = make(int,5,5) /* a slice of length 5 and capacity 5*/ Q.How To Get The Count Of Elements Present In A Slice? Ans: len() function returns the elements presents in the slice. Q.What Is The Difference Between Len() And Cap() Functions Of Slice In Go? Ans: len() function returns the elements presents in the slice where cap() function returns the capacity of slice as how many elements it can be accomodate. Q.How To Get A Sub-slice Of A Slice? Ans: Slice allows lower-bound and upper bound to be specified to get the subslice of it using. Q.What Is Range In Go? Ans: The range keyword is used in for loop to iterate over items of an array, slice, channel or map. With array and slices, it returns the index of the item as integer. With maps, it returns the key of the next key-value pair. Q.What Are Maps In Go? Ans: Go provides another important data type map which maps unique keys to values. A key is an object that you use to retrieve a value at a later date. Given a key and a value, you can strore the value in a Map object. After value is stored, you can retrieve it by using its key. Q.How To Create A Map In Go? Ans: You must use make function to create a map. /* declare a variable, by default map will be nil*/ var map_variable mapvalue_data_type /* define the map as nil map can not be assigned any value*/ map_variable = make(mapvalue_data_type) Q.How To Delete An Entry From A Map In Go? Ans: delete() function is used to delete an entry from the map. It requires map and corresponding key which is to be deleted. Q.What Is Type Casting In Go? Ans: Type casting is a way to convert a variable from one data type to another data type. For example, if you want to store a long value into a simple integer then you can type cast long to int. You can convert values from one type to another using the cast operator as following: type_name(expression) Q.What Are Interfaces In Go? Ans: Go programming provides another data type called interfaces which represents a set of method signatures. struct data type implements these interfaces to have method definitions for the method signature of the interfaces. Contact for more on Go Language Online Training  

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CCSA Interview Questions

 Q.Where You Can View The Results Of The Checkpoint? Ans: You can view the results of the checkpoints in the Test Result Window. Note: If you want to retrieve the return value of a checkpoint (a boolean value that indicates whether the checkpoint passed or failed) you must add parentheses around the checkpoint argument in the statement in the Expert View. Q.What’s The Standard Checkpoint? Ans: Standard Checkpoints checks the property value of an object in your application or web page. Q.Which Environment Are Supported By Standard Checkpoint? Ans: Standard Checkpoint are supported for all add-in environments. Q.Explain How A Biometric Device Performs In Measuring Metrics, When Attempting To Authenticate Subjects? Ans: False Rejection Rate Crossover Error Rate False Acceptance Rate Q.What’s The Image Checkpoint? Ans: Image Checkpoint check the value of an image in your application or web page. Q.Which Environments Are Supported By Image Checkpoint? Ans: Image Checkpoint are supported only Web environment. Q.What’s The Bitmap Checkpoint? Ans: Bitmap Checkpoint checks the bitmap images in your web page or application. Q.Which Environment Are Supported By Bitmap Checkpoints? Ans: Bitmap checkpoints are supported all add-in environment. Q.What’s The Table Checkpoints? Ans: Table Checkpoint checks the information with in a table. Q.Which Environments Are Supported By Table Checkpoint? Ans: Table Checkpoints are supported only ActiveX environment. Q.What’s The Text Checkpoint? Ans: Text Checkpoint checks that a test string is displayed in the appropriate place in your application or on web page. Q.Which Environment Are Supported By Test Checkpoint? Ans: Text Checkpoint are supported all add-in environments. Q.What Is Stealth Rule In Checkpoint Firewall? Ans: Stealth Rule Protect Checkpoint firewall from direct access any traffic. Its rule should be place on the top of Security rule base. In this rule administrator denied all traffic to access checkpoint firewall. Q.What Is Cleanup Rule In Checkpoint Firewall? Ans: Cleanup rule place at last of the security rule base, Its used to drop all traffic which not match with above rule and Logged. Cleanup rule mainly created for log purpose. In this rule administrator denied all the traffic and enable log. Q.What Is Explicit Rule In Checkpoint Firewall? Ans: Its a rule in ruse base which is manually created by network security administrator that called Explicit rule. Q.What Is 3 Tier Architecture Component Of Checkpoint Firewall? Ans: Smart Console. Security Management. Security Gateway. Q.What Is The Packet Flow Of Checkpoint Firewall? Ans: SAM Database. Address Spoofing. Session Lookup. Policy Lookup. Destination NAT. Route Lookup. Source NAT. Layer 7 Inspection. Q.Explain Which Type Of Business Continuity Plan (bcp) Test Involves Shutting Down A Primary Site, Bringing An Alternate Site On-line, And Moving All Operations To The Alternate Site? Ans: Full interruption. Q.Explain Which Encryption Algorithm Has The Highest Bit Strength? Ans: AES Q.Give An Example For Simple, Physical-access Control? Ans: Lock. Q.Which Of The Following Is Not An Auditing Function That Should Be Performed Regularly? Ans: Reviewing performance logs. Q.Explain How Do Virtual Corporations Maintain Confidentiality? Ans: Encryption. Q.Explain What Type Of Document Contains Information On Alternative Business Locations, It Resources, And Personnel? Ans: Business continuity plan. Q.Explain Which Of The Following Is The Best Method For Managing Users In An Enterprise? Ans: Place them in a centralized Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. Q.What Are Enterprise Business Continuity Plan (bcp)? Ans: Accidental or intentional data deletion Severe weather disasters Minor power outages Q.Explain Which Type Of Business Continuity Plan (bcp) Test Involves Practicing Aspects Of The Bcp, Without Actually Interrupting Operations Or Bringing An Alternate Site On-line? Ans: Simulation. contact for more on Checkpoint firewall online training  

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Chef (Software) Interview Questions

 Q.What Is A Resource? Ans: A resource represents a piece of infrastructure and its desired state, such as a package that should be installed, a service that should be running, or a file that should be generated. Q.What Is A Recipe? Ans: A recipe is a collection of resources that describes a particular configuration or policy. A recipe describes everything that is required to configure part of a system. Recipes do things such as: Install and configure software components. Manage files. Deploy applications. Execute other recipes. Q.What Happens When You Don’t Specify A Resource’s Action? Ans: When you don’t specify a resource’s action, Chef applies the default action. Q.Write A Service Resource That Stops And Then Disables The Httpd Service From Starting When The System Boots? Ans: Service ‘httpd’ do Action End Q.How Does A Cookbook Differ From A Recipe? Ans: A recipe is a collection of resources, and typically configures a software package or some piece of infrastructure. A cookbook groups together recipes and other information in a way that is more manageable than having just recipes alone. For example, in this lesson you used a template resource to manage your HTML home page from an external file. The recipe stated the configuration policy for your web site, and the template file contained the data. You used a cookbook to package both parts up into a single unit that you can later deploy. Q.How Does Chef-apply Differ From Chef-client? Ans: Chef-apply apply a single recipe; chef-client applies a cookbook. For learning purposes, we had you start off with chef-apply because it helps you understand the basics quickly. In practice, chef-apply is useful when you want to quickly test something out. But for production purposes, you typically run chef-client to apply one or more cookbooks. Q.What’s The Run-list? Ans: The run-list lets you specify which recipes to run, and the order in which to run them. The run-list is important for when you have multiple cookbooks, and the order in which they run matters. Q.What Are The Two Ways To Set Up A Chef Server? Ans: Install an instance on your own infrastructure. Use hosted Chef. Q.What’s The Role Of The Starter Kit? Ans: The Starter Kit provides certificates and other files that enable you to securely communicate with the Chef server. Q.What Is A Node? Ans: A node represents a server and is typically a virtual machine, container instance, or physical server – basically any compute resource in your infrastructure that’s managed by Chef. Q.What Information Do You Need To In Order To Bootstrap? Ans: You need: Your node’s host name or public IP address. A user name and password you can log on to your node with. Alternatively, you can use key-based authentication instead of providing a user name and password. Q.What Happens During The Bootstrap Process? Ans: During the bootstrap process, the node downloads and installs chef-client, registers itself with the Chef server, and does an initial check in. During this check in, the node applies any cookbooks that are part of its run-list. Q.Which Of The Following Lets You Verify That Your Node Has Successfully Bootstrapped? Ans: The Chef management console. Knife node list Knife node show You can use all three of these methods. Q.What Is The Command You Use To Upload A Cookbook To The Chef Server? Ans: Knife cookbook upload. Q.How Do You Apply An Updated Cookbook To Your Node? Ans: We mentioned two ways. Run knife Ssh from your workstation. SSH directly into your server and run chef-client. You can also run chef-client as a daemon, or service, to check in with the Chef server on a regular interval, say every 15 or 30 minutes. Update your Apache cookbook to display your node’s host name, platform, total installed memory, and number of CPUs in addition to its FQDN on the home page. Update index.html.erb like this. hello from < /h1> – RAM CPUs Then upload your cookbook and run it on your node. Q. What Would You Set Your Cookbook’s Version To Once It’s Ready To Use In Production? Ans: According to Semantic Versioning, you should set your cookbook’s version number to 1.0.0 at the point it’s ready to use in production. Q. Create A Second Node And Apply The Awesome Customers Cookbook To It. How Long Does It Take? Ans: You already accomplished the majority of the tasks that you need. You wrote the awesome customers cookbook, uploaded it and its dependent cookbooks to the Chef server, applied the awesome customers cookbook to your node, and verified that everything’s working. All you need to do now is: Bring up a second Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Centos node. Copy your secret key file to your second node. Bootstrap your node the same way as before. Because you include the awesome customers cookbook in your run-list, your node will apply that cookbook during the bootstrap process. The result is a second node that’s configured identically to the first one. The process should take far less time because you already did most of the work. Now when you fix an issue or add a new feature, you’ll be able to deploy and verify your update much more quickly! Q. What’s The Value Of Local Development Using Test Kitchen? Ans: Local development with Test Kitchen: Enables you to use a variety of virtualization providers that create virtual machine or container instances locally on your workstation or in the cloud. Enables you to run your cookbooks on servers that resemble those that you use in production. Speeds up the development cycle by automatically provisioning and tearing down temporary instances, resolving cookbook dependencies, and applying your cookbooks to your instances.  

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React JS Interview Questions

What Is Reactjs? Ans: React is an open source JavaScript front end UI library developed by Facebook  for creating interactive, stateful & reusable UI components for web and mobile app. It is used by Facebook, Instagram and many more web apps. ReactJS is used for handling view layer for web and mobile applications. One of React’s unique major points is that  it perform not only on the client side, but also can be rendered on server side, and they can work together inter-operably. Why Reactjs Is Used? Ans: React is used to handle the view part of Mobile application and Web application. Does Reactjs Use Html? Ans: No, It uses JSX which is simiar to HTM. When Reactjs Released? Ans: March 2013 What Is Current Stable Version Of Reactjs? Ans: Version: 15.5 Release on: April 7, 2017 What Are The Life Cycle Of Reactjs? Ans: Initialization State/Property Updates Destruction What Are The Feature Of Reactjs? Ans: JSX: JSX is JavaScript syntax extension. Components : React is all about components. One direction flow: React implements one way data flow which makes it easy to reason about your app What Are The Advantages Of Reactjs? Ans: React uses virtual DOM which is JavaScript object. This will improve apps performance It can be used on client and server side Component and Data patterns improve readability. Can be used with other framework also. How To Embed Two Components In One Component? Ans: import React from 'react'; class App extends React.Component { render() { return ( ); } } class Header extends React.Component { render() { return ( Header ); What Are The Advantages Of Using Reactjs? Ans: Advantages of ReactJS: React uses virtual DOM which is JavaScript object. This improves application performance as JavaScript virtual DOM is faster than the regular DOM. React can be used on client and as well as server side too. Using React increases readability and makes maintainability easier. Component, Data patterns improves readability and thus makes it easier for manitaing larger apps. React can be used with any other framework (Backbone.js, Angular.js) as it is only a view layer. React’s JSX makes it easier to read the code of our component. It’s really very easy to see the layout. How components are interacting, plugged and combined with each other in app. What Are The Limitations Of Reactjs? Ans: Limitations of ReactJS: React is only for view layer of the app so we still need the help of other technologies to get a complete tooling set for development. React is using inline templating and JSX. This can seem awkward to some developers. The library of react  is too  large. Learning curve  for ReactJS may be steep. How To Use Forms In Reactjs? Ans: In React’s virtual DOM, HTML Input element presents an interesting problem. With the others DOM environment, we can  render the input or textarea and thus allows the browser maintain its   state that is (its value). we can then get and set the value implicitly with the DOM API. In HTML, form elements such as , , and itself  maintain their own state and update its state  based on the input provided by user .In React, components’ mutable state is handled by the state property  and is only updated by setState(). HTML and components use the value attribute. HTML checkbox and radio components, checked attribute is used. (within ) components, selected attribute is used for select box. How To Use Events In Reactjs? Ans: React identifies every events so that it must  have common and consistent behavior  across all the browsers. Normally, in normal JavaScript or other frameworks, the onchange event is triggered after we have typed something into a Textfield and then “exited out of it”. In  ReactJS we cannot do it in this way. The explanation is typical and  non-trivial: *” renders an input textbox initialized with the value, “dataValue”. When the user changes the input in text field, the node’s value property will update and change. However, node.getAttribute(‘value’) will still return the value used at initialization time that is dataValue. Form Events: onChange: onChange event  watches input changes and update state accordingly. onInput: It is triggered on input data onSubmit: It is triggered on submit button. Mouse Events: onClick: OnClick of any components event is triggered on. onDoubleClick: onDoubleClick of any components event is triggered on. onMouseMove: onMouseMove of any components, panel event is triggered on. onMouseOver: onMouseOver of any components, panel, divs event is triggered on. Touch Events: onTouchCancel: This event is for canceling an events. onTouchEnd: Time Duration attached to touch of a screen. onTouchMove: Move during touch device . onTouchStart: On touching a device event is generated. Give An Example Of Using Events? Ans: import React from 'react'; import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'; var StepCounter = React.createClass({ getInitialState: function() { return {counter: this.props.initialCounter }; }, handleClick: function() { this.setState({counter: this.state.counter + 1});  }, render: function() { return OnClick Event, Click Here: {this.state.counter }; } }); ReactDOM.render(< StepCounter initialCounter={7}/>, document.getElementById('content')); Explain Various Flux Elements Including Action, Dispatcher, Store And View? Ans: Flux can be better explained by defining its individual components: Actions– They are helper methods that facilitate passing data to the Dispatcher. Dispatcher– It is Central hub of app, it receives actions and broadcasts payloads to registered callbacks. Stores– It is said to be Containers for application state & logic that have callbacks registered to the dispatcher. Every store maintains particular state and it will update  when it is needed. It wakes up on a relevant dispatch to retrieve the requested data. It is accomplished by registering with the dispatcher  when constructed. They are  similar to  model in a traditional MVC (Model View Controller), but they manage the state of many objects —  it does not represent a single record of data like ORM models do. Controller Views– React Components  grabs the state from Stores and pass it down through props to child components to view to render application. What Is Flux Concept In Reactjs? Ans: Flux is the architecture of an application that Facebook uses for developing client-side web applications. Facebook uses internally when working with React. It is not a framework or a library. This is simply a new technique that complements React and the concept of Unidirectional Data Flow. Facebook dispatcher library is a sort of global pub/sub handler technique which broadcasts payloads to registered callbacks. Give An Example Of Both Stateless And Stateful Components With Source Code? Ans: Stateless and Stateful components Stateless: When a component is “stateless”, it calculates state is calculated internally but it directly  never mutates it. With the same inputs, it will always produce the same output. It means it has no knowledge of the past, current or future state changes. var React = require('react'); var Header = React.createClass({ render: function() { return(   ); } }); ReactDOM.render(, document.body); Stateful : When a component is “stateful”, it is a central point that stores every information in memory about the app/component’s state, do has the ability to change it. It has knowledge of past, current and potential future state changes. Stateful component  change the state, using this.setState method. var React = require('react'); var Header = React.createClass({ getInitialState: function() { return { imageSource: "header.png" }; }, changeImage: function() { this.setState({imageSource: "changeheader.png"}); }, render: function() { return( ); } }); module.exports = Header; Explain Basic Code Snippet Of Jsx With The Help Of A Practical Example? Ans: Your browsers does not understand JSX code natively, we need to convert it to JavaScript first which can be understand by our browsers. We have aplugin which handles including Babel 5’s in-browser ES6 and JSX transformer called browser.js. Babel will understand and recognize JSX code in tags and transform/convert it to normal JavaScript code. In case of production we will need to pre-compile our JSX code into JS before deploying to production environment so that our app renders faster. My First React JSX Example var HelloWorld = React.createClass({ render: function() { return ( Hello, World ) } }); ReactDOM.render( , document.getElementById('hello-world')); What Are The Advantages Of Using Jsx? Ans: JSX is completely optional and its not mandatory, we don’t need to use it in order to use React, but it has several advantages  and a lot of nice features in JSX. JSX is always faster as it performs optimization while compiling code to vanilla JavaScript. JSX is also type-safe, means it is strictly typed  and most of the errors can be caught during compilation of the JSX code to JavaScript. JSX always makes it easier and faster to write templates if we are familiar with HTML syntax. What Is Reactjs-jsx? Ans: JSX (JavaScript XML), lets us to build DOM nodes with HTML-like syntax. JSX is a preprocessor step which adds XML syntax to JavaScript. Like XML, JSX tags have a tag name, attributes, and children JSX also has the same. If an attribute/property value is enclosed in quotes(“”), the value is said to be string. Otherwise, wrap the value in braces and the value is the enclosed JavaScript expression. We can represent JSX as . What Are Components In Reactjs? Ans: React encourages the idea of reusable components. They are widgets or other parts of a layout (a form, a button, or anything that can be marked up using HTML) that you can reuse multiple times in your web application. ReactJS enables us to create components by invoking the React.createClass() method  features a render() method which is responsible for displaying the HTML code. When designing interfaces, we have to break down the individual design elements (buttons, form fields, layout components, etc.) into reusable components with well-defined interfaces. That way, the next time we need to build some UI, we can write much less code. This means faster development time, fewer bugs, and fewer bytes down the wire. How To Apply Validation On Props In Reactjs? Ans: When the application is running in development mode, React will automatically check  for all props that we set on components to make sure they must right correct and right data type. For instance, if we say a component has a Message prop which is a string and is required, React will automatically check and warn  if it gets invalid string or number or boolean objects. For performance reasons this check is only done on dev environments  and on production it is disabled so that rendering of objects is done in fast manner . Warning messages are generated   easily  using a set of predefined options such as: PropTypes.string PropTypes.number PropTypes.func PropTypes.node PropTypes.bool What Are State And Props In Reactjs? Ans: State is the place where the data comes from. We must follow approach  to make our state as simple as possible and minimize number of stateful components. For example, ten components that need data from the state, we should create one container component that will keep the state for all of them. The state starts with a default value and when a Component mounts and then suffers from mutations in time (basically generated from user events). A Component manages its own state internally, but—besides setting an initial state—has no business fiddling with the stateof its children. You could say the state is private. import React from 'react'; import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'; var StepCounter = React.createClass({ getInitialState: function() { return {counter: this.props.initialCount}; }, handleClick: function() { this.setState({counter: this.state. counter + 1}); }, render: function() { return {this.state.counter }; } }); ReactDOM.render(< StepCounter initialCount={7}/>, document.getElementById('content')); Props: They are immutable, this is why container component should define state that can be updated and changed. It is used to pass data down from our view-controller(our top level component). When we need immutable data in our component we can just add props to reactDOM.render() function. import React from 'react'; import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'; class PropsApp extends React.Component { render() { return ( {this.props.headerProperty} {this.props.contentProperty} ); } } ReactDOM.render(, document.getElementById('app')); } What Is The Difference Between The State And Props In Reactjs? Ans: Props: Passes in from parent component.This properties are being read by  PropsApp component and sent to ReactDOM View. State: Created inside component by getInitialState.this.state reads the property of component and update its value it by this.setState() method and then returns to ReactDOM view.State is private within the component. What Are The Benefits Of Redux? Ans: Maintainability: Maintenance of Redux becomes easier due to strict code structure and organisation. Organization: Code organisation is very strict hence the stability of the code is high which intern increases the work to be much easier. Server rendering: This is useful, particularly to the preliminary render, which keeps up a better user experience or search engine optimization. The server-side created stores are forwarded to the client side. Developer tools: It is Highly traceable so changes in position and changes in the application all such instances make the developers have a real-time experience. Ease of testing: The first rule of writing testable code is to write small functions that do only one thing and that are independent. Redux’s code is made of functions that used to be: small, pure and isolated. How Distinct From Mvc And Flux? Ans: As far as MVC structure is concerned the data, presentation and logical layers are well separated and handled. here change to an application even at a smaller position may involve a lot of changes through the application. this happens because data flow exists bidirectional as far as MVC is concerned. Maintenance of MVC structures are hardly complex and Debugging also expects a lot of experience for it. Flux stands closely related to redux. A story based strategy allows capturing the changes applied to the application state, the event subscription, and the current state are connected by means of components. Call back payloads are broadcasted by means of Redux. What Are Functional Programming Concepts? Ans: The various functional programming concepts used to structure Redux are listed below: Functions are treated as First class objects. Capable to pass functions in the format of arguments. Capable to control flow using, recursions, functions and arrays. helper functions such as reduce and map filter are used. allows linking functions together. The state doesn’t change. Prioritize the order of executing the code is not really necessary. What Is Redux Change Of State? Ans: For a release of an action, a change in state to an application is applied, this ensures an intent to change the state will be achieved. Example: The user clicks a button in the application. A function is called in the form of component So now an action gets dispatched by the relative container. This happens because the prop (which was just called in the container) is tied to an action dispatcher using mapDispatchToProps (in the container). Reducer on capturing the action it intern executes a function and this function returns a new state with specific changes. The state change is known by the container and modifies a specific prop in the component as a result of the mapStateToProps function. Where Can Redux Be Used? Ans: Redux is majorly used is a combination with reacting. it also has the ability to get used with other view libraries too. some of the famous entities like AngularJS, Vue.js, and Meteor. can get combined with Redux easily. This is a key reason for the popularity of Redux in its ecosystem. So many articles, tutorials, middleware, tools, and boilerplates are available. What Is The Typical Flow Of Data In A React + Redux App? Ans: Call-back from UI component dispatches an action with a payload, these dispatched actions are intercepted and received by the reducers. this interception will generate a new application state. from here the actions will be propagated down through a hierarchy of components from Redux store. The below diagram depicts the entity structure of a redux+react setup. What Is Store In Redux? Ans: The store holds the application state and supplies the helper methods for accessing the state are register listeners and dispatch actions. There is only one Store while using Redux. The store is configured via the create Store function. The single store represents the entire state.Reducers return a state via action export function configureStore(initialState) { return createStore(rootReducer, initialState); } The root reducer is a collection of all reducers in the application. const root Reducer = combineReducers({ donors: donor Reducer, }); Explain Reducers In Redux? Ans: The state of a store is updated by means of reducer functions. A stable collection of a reducers form a store and each of the stores maintains a separate state associated for itself. To update the array of donors, we should define donor application Reducer as follows. export default function donorReducer(state = , action) { switch (action.type) { case actionTypes.addDonor: return ; default: return state; } } The initial state and action are received by the reducers. Based on the action type, it returns a new state for the store. The state maintained by reducers are immutable. The below-given reducer it holds the current state and action as an argument for it and then returns the next state:function handelingAuthentication(st, actn) { return _.assign({}, st, { auth: actn.pyload }); } What Are Redux Workflow Features? Ans: Reset: Allow to reset the state of the store Revert: Roll back to the last committed state Sweep: All disabled actions that you might have fired by mistake will be removed Commit: It makes the current state the initial state Explain Action’s In Redux? Ans: Actions in Redux are functions which return an action object. The action type and the action data are packed in the action object. which also allows a donor to be added to the system. Actions send data between the store and application. All information’s retrieved by the store are produced by the actions. export function addDonorAction(donor) { return { type: actionTypes.add Donor, donor, }; } Internal Actions are built on top of Javascript objects and associate a type property to it. Click here to add your own text

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