Independence Day Limited Time 65% Discount Offer - Ends in 0d 00h 00m 00s - Coupon code: 65pass65

Good News !!! MCIA-Level-1 MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect - Level 1 is now Stable and With Pass Result

MCIA-Level-1 Practice Exam Questions and Answers

MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect - Level 1

Last Update 4 days ago
Total Questions : 273

MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect - Level 1 is stable now with all latest exam questions are added 4 days ago. Incorporating MCIA-Level-1 practice exam questions into your study plan is more than just a preparation strategy.

MCIA-Level-1 exam questions often include scenarios and problem-solving exercises that mirror real-world challenges. Working through MCIA-Level-1 dumps allows you to practice pacing yourself, ensuring that you can complete all MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect - Level 1 practice test within the allotted time frame.

MCIA-Level-1 PDF

MCIA-Level-1 PDF (Printable)
$42
$119.99

MCIA-Level-1 Testing Engine

MCIA-Level-1 PDF (Printable)
$49
$139.99

MCIA-Level-1 PDF + Testing Engine

MCIA-Level-1 PDF (Printable)
$61.95
$176.99
Question # 1

Refer to the exhibit.

Question # 1

A Mule application is deployed to a multi-node Mule runtime cluster. The Mule application uses the competing consumer pattern among its cluster replicas to receive JMS messages from a JMS queue. To process each received JMS message, the following steps are performed in a flow:

Step l: The JMS Correlation ID header is read from the received JMS message.

Step 2: The Mule application invokes an idempotent SOAP webservice over HTTPS, passing the JMS Correlation ID as one parameter in the SOAP request.

Step 3: The response from the SOAP webservice also returns the same JMS Correlation I

D.  

Step 4: The JMS Correlation ID received from the SOAP webservice is validated to be identical to the JMS Correlation ID received in Step 1.

Step 5: The Mule application creates a response JMS message, setting the JMS Correlation ID message header to the validated JMS Correlation ID and publishes that message to a response JMS queue.

Where should the Mule application store the JMS Correlation ID values received in Step 1 and Step 3 so that the validation in Step 4 can be performed, while also making the overall Mule application highly available, fault-tolerant, performant, and maintainable?

Options:

A.  

Both Correlation ID values should be stored in a persistent object store

B.  

Both Correlation ID values should be stored In a non-persistent object store

C.  

The Correlation ID value in Step 1 should be stored in a persistent object store

The Correlation ID value in step 3 should be stored as a Mule event variable/attribute

D.  

Both Correlation ID values should be stored as Mule event variable/attribute

Discussion 0
Question # 2

What approach configures an API gateway to hide sensitive data exchanged between API consumers and API implementations, but can convert tokenized fields back to their original value for other API requests or responses, without having to recode the API implementations?

Options:

A.  

Create both masking and tokenization formats and use both to apply a tokenization policy in an API gateway to mask sensitive values in message payloads withcharacters, and apply a corresponding detokenization policy to return the original

values to other APIs

B.  

Create a masking format and use it to apply a tokenization policy in an API gateway to mask sensitive values in message payloads with characters, and apply a corresponding detokenization policy to return the original values to other APIs

C.  

Use a field-level encryption policy in an API gateway to replace sensitive fields in message payload with encrypted values, and apply a corresponding field-level

decryption policy to return the original values to other APIs

D.  

Create a tokenization format and use it to apply a tokenization policy in an API gateway to replace sensitive fields in message payload with similarly formatted

tokenized values, and apply a corresponding detokenization policy to return the original values to other APIs

Discussion 0
Question # 3

A platform architect includes both an API gateway and a service mesh in the architect of a distributed application for communication management.

Which type of communication management does a service mesh typically perform in this architecture?

Options:

A.  

Between application services and the firewall

B.  

Between the application and external API clients

C.  

Between services within the application

D.  

Between the application and external API implementations.

Discussion 0
Question # 4

An organization has deployed both Mule and non-Mule API implementations to integrate its customer and order management systems. All the APIs are available to REST clients on the public internet.

The organization wants to monitor these APIs by running health checks: for example, to determine if an API can properly accept and process requests. The organization does not have subscriptions to any external monitoring tools and also does not want to extend its IT footprint.

What Anypoint Platform feature provides the most idiomatic (used for its intended purpose) way to monitor the availability of both the Mule and the non-Mule API implementations?

Options:

A.  

API Functional Monitoring

B.  

Runtime Manager

C.  

API Manager

D.  

Anypoint Visualizer

Discussion 0
Question # 5

An organization is building a test suite for their applications using m-unit. The integration architect has recommended using test recorder in studio to record the processing flows and then configure unit tests based on the capture events

What are the two considerations that must be kept in mind while using test recorder

(Choose two answers)

Options:

A.  

Tests for flows cannot be created with Mule errors raised inside

the flow or already existing in the incoming event

B.  

Recorder supports smoking a message before or inside a ForEach processor

C.  

The recorder support loops where the structure of the data been tested

changes inside the iteration

D.  

A recorded flow execution ends successfully but the result does

not reach its destination because the application is killed

E.  

Mocking values resulting from parallel processes are possible and will not affect the execution of the processes that follow in the test

Discussion 0
Question # 6

A company is using Mulesoft to develop API's and deploy them to Cloudhub and on premises targets. Recently it has decided to enable Runtime Fabric deployment option as well and infrastructure is set up for this option.

What can be used to deploy Runtime Fabric?

Options:

A.  

AnypointCLI

B.  

Anypoint platform REST API's

C.  

Directly uploading ajar file from the Runtime manager

D.  

Mule maven plug-in

Discussion 0
Question # 7

What metrics about API invocations are available for visualization in custom charts using Anypoint Analytics?

Options:

A.  

Request size, request HTTP verbs, response time

B.  

Request size, number of requests, JDBC Select operation result set size

C.  

Request size, number of requests, response size, response time

D.  

Request size, number of requests, JDBC Select operation response time

Discussion 0
Question # 8

Refer to the exhibit.

Question # 8

A Mule application is deployed to a cluster of two customer-hosted Mute runtimes. The Mute application has a flow that polls a database and another flow with an HTTP Listener.

HTTP clients send HTTP requests directly to individual cluster nodes.

What happens to database polling and HTTP request handling in the time after the primary (master) node of the cluster has railed, but before that node is restarted?

Options:

A.  

Database polling continues Only HTTP requests sent to the remaining node continue to be accepted

B.  

Database polling stops All HTTP requests continue to be accepted

C.  

Database polling continues All HTTP requests continue to be accepted, but requests to the failed node Incur increased latency

D.  

Database polling stops All HTTP requests are rejected

Discussion 0
Question # 9

What is true about the network connections when a Mule application uses a JMS connector to interact with a JMS provider (message broker)?

Options:

A.  

To complete sending a JMS message, the JMS connector must establish a network connection with the JMS message recipient

B.  

To receive messages into the Mule application, the JMS provider initiates a network connection to the JMS connector and pushes messages along this connection

C.  

The JMS connector supports both sending and receiving of JMS messages over the protocol determined by the JMS provider

D.  

The AMQP protocol can be used by the JMS connector to portably establish connections to various types of JMS providers

Discussion 0
Question # 10

A global, high-volume shopping Mule application is being built and will be deployed to CloudHub. To improve performance, the Mule application uses a Cache scope that maintains cache state in a CloudHub object store. Web clients will access the Mule application over HTTP from all around the world, with peak volume coinciding with business hours in the web client's geographic location. To achieve optimal performance, what Anypoint Platform region should be chosen for the CloudHub object store?

Options:

A.  

Choose the same region as to where the Mule application is deployed

B.  

Choose the US-West region, the only supported region for CloudHub object stores

C.  

Choose the geographically closest available region for each web client

D.  

Choose a region that is the traffic-weighted geographic center of all web clients

Discussion 0
Get MCIA-Level-1 dumps and pass your exam in 24 hours!

Free Exams Sample Questions