AZ-204 – Question 108

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A company is developing a solution that allows smart refrigerators to send temperature information to a central location.

The solution must receive and store messages until they can be processed. You create an Azure Service Bus instance by providing a name, pricing tier, subscription, resource group, and location.
You need to complete the configuration.
Which Azure CLI or PowerShell command should you run?
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Correct Answer: A

A service bus instance has already been created (Step 2 below). Next is step 3, Create a Service Bus queue.
Note:
Steps:
Step 1: # Create a resource group
resourceGroupName="myResourceGroup"
az group create –name $resourceGroupName –location eastus
Step 2: # Create a Service Bus messaging namespace with a unique name namespaceName=myNameSpace$RANDOM az servicebus namespace create –resource-group $resourceGroupName –name $namespaceName –location eastus
Step 3: # Create a Service Bus queue
az servicebus queue create –resource-group $resourceGroupName –namespace-name $namespaceName –name BasicQueue
Step 4: # Get the connection string for the namespace
connectionString=$(az servicebus namespace authorization-rule keys list –resource-group $resourceGroupName –namespace-name $namespaceName –name
RootManageSharedAccessKey –query primaryConnectionString –output tsv)

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