VCAP6-DCV Design – Risks, Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions Quiz

This simple test is designed to allow you to test to see if you know what items are classed as Risks, Requirements, Constraints or Assumptions as part of the preparation work for the VCAP6-DCV Design Exam.

Please note that the VCAP6-DCV Design exam consists only of Drag and Drop questions and Visio style design questions… there are NO multiple choice questions. By using a multiple choice quiz style, you can quickly see if the options you are selecting are correct and whether you need to study any additional areas to help you to improve. Other than the actual design elements, understanding the Risks, Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions of given quotes is a major part of the exam.

This quiz now has more than 30 questions of which you will be presented with 15 randomly selected questions.

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5 thoughts on “VCAP6-DCV Design – Risks, Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions Quiz

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      I went through your question and one of them maybe two started a discussion on Twitter! πŸ™‚

      The design must leverage the companies existing investment in HP ProLiant blade servers.

      Why would you say this is rather a requirement than a constraint?


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      This topic is always difficult to learn and to practice. Therefore, I want to thank you for this informative quiz.
      Hopefully I will put my advantage in the exam πŸ˜‰


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      I’m not sure how the following question is classed as a constraint?

      Is the following a Risk, Requirement, Constraint or Assumption?
      The implementation is being performed for a business with regulations requiring federal or other governmental approval.

      Really, that’s a functional requirement. Unless I’m missing something?

      • Author gravatar

        I’m sure that the question highlighted could also be a functional requirement but it is chosen as a constraint due to the regulations involved – the fact that any work being performed would be constrained by the federal or government approval process.

        Hope that this helps

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