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Vendor: Cisco
Exam Code: 500-425
Exam Name: Cisco AppDynamics Associate Administrator
Date: Feb 15, 2024
File Size: 180 KB

Demo Questions

Question 1
Which two types of standard controller Actions are available to be created? (Choose two.)
  1. Resolve
  2. Close Incident
  3. Undeploy
  4. Email
  5. Thread Dump
Correct answer: DE
Explanation:
According to the Actions document1, there are four types of standard controller actions that are available to be created: Notification, Diagnostic, Remediation, and JIRA. Each type of action has different subtypes that perform specific tasks. For example, the Notification type includes Email, SMS, and HTTP Request subtypes, while the Diagnostic type includes Thread Dump, Heap Dump, and Diagnostic Session subtypes. Therefore, the correct answer is D and E, as Email and Thread Dump are subtypes of standard controller actions. Resolve, Close Incident, and Undeploy are not standard controller actions, but they may be custom actions that are created by the user or the administrator.Reference:Actions
According to the Actions document1, there are four types of standard controller actions that are available to be created: Notification, Diagnostic, Remediation, and JIRA. Each type of action has different subtypes that perform specific tasks. For example, the Notification type includes Email, SMS, and HTTP Request subtypes, while the Diagnostic type includes Thread Dump, Heap Dump, and Diagnostic Session subtypes. Therefore, the correct answer is D and E, as Email and Thread Dump are subtypes of standard controller actions. Resolve, Close Incident, and Undeploy are not standard controller actions, but they may be custom actions that are created by the user or the administrator.
Reference:
Actions
Question 2
In AppDynamics. what are two places you would find metrics to be added to a custom dashboard? (Choose two.)
  1. the Health Rules configuration
  2. the Node list
  3. the JMX tab on the Node
  4. the Metric Browser
Correct answer: CD
Explanation:
Metrics are the numerical values that AppDynamics collects and reports to measure the performance and availability of your applications and their components. You can use metrics to create custom dashboards that display the data that is relevant to your needs and interests.According to theMetrics - AppDynamics, the following two places are where you would find metrics to be added to a custom dashboard:The JMX tab on the Node: This tab shows the Java Management Extensions (JMX) metrics that are exposed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) or the application server. JMX metrics provide information about the JVM memory, threads, garbage collection, and other aspects of the Java environment. You can add JMX metrics to a custom dashboard by selecting them from the metric browser tree and dragging them to the dashboard canvas.The Metric Browser: This is a tool that allows you to browse, search, and view all the metrics that are available in AppDynamics. The metric browser shows the metrics in a hierarchical tree structure that reflects the logical organization of your applications and their components. You can add metrics to a custom dashboard by selecting them from the metric browser tree and dragging them to the dashboard canvas. Therefore,C(the JMX tab on the Node) andD(the Metric Browser) are two places where you would find metrics to be added to a custom dashboard.Reference:Metrics - AppDynamicsCustom Dashboards - AppDynamicsCisco AppDynamics Associate Administrator Certification
Metrics are the numerical values that AppDynamics collects and reports to measure the performance and availability of your applications and their components. You can use metrics to create custom dashboards that display the data that is relevant to your needs and interests.
According to theMetrics - AppDynamics, the following two places are where you would find metrics to be added to a custom dashboard:
The JMX tab on the Node: This tab shows the Java Management Extensions (JMX) metrics that are exposed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) or the application server. JMX metrics provide information about the JVM memory, threads, garbage collection, and other aspects of the Java environment. You can add JMX metrics to a custom dashboard by selecting them from the metric browser tree and dragging them to the dashboard canvas.
The Metric Browser: This is a tool that allows you to browse, search, and view all the metrics that are available in AppDynamics. The metric browser shows the metrics in a hierarchical tree structure that reflects the logical organization of your applications and their components. You can add metrics to a custom dashboard by selecting them from the metric browser tree and dragging them to the dashboard canvas. 
Therefore,C(the JMX tab on the Node) andD(the Metric Browser) are two places where you would find metrics to be added to a custom dashboard.
Reference:
Metrics - AppDynamics
Custom Dashboards - AppDynamics
Cisco AppDynamics Associate Administrator Certification
Question 3
What is used to capture application data in a single Business Transaction?
  1. Data Collector
  2. Windows Performance Counters
  3. Information Point
  4. MX Rules
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
A data collector is used to capture application data in a single business transaction. A data collector is a configuration that specifies what data to capture from a business transaction and how to store it in the AppDynamics Controller or the analytics platform. You can capture data from HTTP requests, method invocations, custom fields, or information points. You can also apply filters and transformations to the captured data. The captured data can be used for various purposes, such as adding context to business transactions, creating custom metrics, triggering health rules, enriching transaction analytics, or creating business journeys.https://university.appdynamics.com/certifications/associate-administratorhttps://docs.appdynamics.com/appd/22.x/latest/en/application-monitoring/business-transactions
A data collector is used to capture application data in a single business transaction. A data collector is a configuration that specifies what data to capture from a business transaction and how to store it in the AppDynamics Controller or the analytics platform. You can capture data from HTTP requests, method invocations, custom fields, or information points. You can also apply filters and transformations to the captured data. The captured data can be used for various purposes, such as adding context to business transactions, creating custom metrics, triggering health rules, enriching transaction analytics, or creating business journeys.
https://university.appdynamics.com/certifications/associate-administrator
https://docs.appdynamics.com/appd/22.x/latest/en/application-monitoring/business-transactions
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