Module: Develop Apps with Heroku “Answers”

In this article, we will see the answers to Module: Develop Apps With Heroku

#1.Get to Know Heroku

Q1)A platform as a service (PaaS) is:

I)A service to help you buy and install your own server hardware
II)A way to deliver hardware and software tools, such as those needed for application development, to users as a service
III)A piece of software in the cloud that you can use just by logging in
IV)A monthly bare-metal server rental service


II)A way to deliver hardware and software tools, such as those needed for application development, to users as a service

Q2)In the hierarchy of cloud services, PaaS generally provides more out of the box than:

I)Software as a service (SaaS)
II)Salesforce Marketing Cloud
III)Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and on-premises infrastructure
IV)Visualforce pages


III)Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and on-premises infrastructure

Q3)A RESTful API is:

I)A web-based service that provides standard ways for clients to make requests and receive responses
II)A methodology for maximizing the effectiveness of any vacation
III)An Actually Pretty Informative meditation session
IV)How the web displays data in a hierarchical format readable by both people and machines


I)A web-based service that provides standard ways for clients to make requests and receive responses

Q4)Which of the following is a good use case for the Heroku Platform?

I)Customer engagement applications
II)Empowering mobile apps with an API service
III)Data manipulation
IV)Proof-of-concept or lab approaches
V)All of the above


V)All of the above

#2.Deploy Your First Heroku App

Q1)Which Heroku feature allows you to deploy a real app complete with code, config, and add-ons already configured?

I)Heroku Getting Started guides
II)Heroku Buttons
III)git push heroku main
IV)Heroku Deployment wizard


II)Heroku Buttons

Q2)Which of the following is a Heroku CLI command?

I)git push
II)git push heroku main
III)heroku create
IV)heroku new


III)heroku create

Q3)The Heroku CLI gives you the ability to:

I)Install your own Heroku instance on to your on-prem servers
II)Make a mean cup of Java
III)Leverage the most powerful interface in the galaxy to have complete control over a fully operational battle station
IV)Use Heroku with an expressive and powerful toolset on the command line


IV)Use Heroku with an expressive and powerful toolset on the command line

#3.Peek Under the Hood of Heroku

Q1)What is a Heroku dyno?

I)An on-prem server that you can install in a rack at your nearest co-location facility
II)A specialized dinosaur monitoring service delivered from the cloud
III)A managed runtime container with a Linux operating system underneath
IV)Your application code compiled and ready to be served to a variety of web clients
.


III)A managed runtime container with a Linux operating system underneath

Q2)How are languages, buildpacks, and slugs related?

I)A slug is a shortened version of a language that compiles down into a buildpack.
II)A buildpack knows how to compile code in a specific language down to a slug that runs on Heroku.
III)A language uses a slug to deploy buildpacks as a service across the entire Salesforce Platform.
IV)A slug and a buildpack are sandwiched together between several Heroku add-ons, and the result is a new open-source language.


II)A buildpack knows how to compile code in a specific language down to a slug that runs on Heroku.

Q3)Heroku add-ons are cool because they:

I)Give you the ability to add complex functionality to your application without having to manage the underlying software or infrastructure.
II)Cost nothing — billing is easy because they’re always provided at no additional cost with every Heroku Enterprise account.
III)Accessorize your dynos with over-clocked CPU power and faster I/O speeds.
IV)Can be provisioned easily from the Heroku Enterprise Flea Market system


I)Give you the ability to add complex functionality to your application without having to manage the underlying software or infrastructure.

#4.Going Further with Heroku Enterprise

Q1)What are the three access levels a user can have in a Heroku Organization account?

I)Jedi, Padawan, and Co-pilot
II)Admin, Member, and Viewer
III)Owner, Author, and Viewer
IV)Admin, Programmer, and Operator


II)Admin, Member, and Viewer

Q2)If an Organization member has the operator privilege on an app, that means the user can:

I)Deploy the app
II)Transfer the app to someone else
III)Add a paid add-on
IV)Remove a member from the Organization account


III)Add a paid add-on

Q3)Heroku Connect is an add-on that syncs Force.com data into:

I)A Heroku Postgres database
II)Only one dyno in your app’s dyno formation
III)A secondary Salesforce instance
IV)Someone else’s isolated network environment


I)A Heroku Postgres database

Q4)The Private Spaces feature can be useful if you need to:

I)Write Apex applications quickly
II)Ensure that your application’s incoming traffic originates from a allowlisted set of IP addresses
III)Speed up an application’s response time by running it on dynos that are located geographically closer to your customers
IV)Both A and B
V)Both B and C


IV)Both A and B

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