Which two statements about Cisco UCS Director workflow are true? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D.
Cisco UCS Director is a management and automation platform that helps administrators manage physical and virtual infrastructure resources in a data center. Workflows in Cisco UCS Director are used to automate complex tasks, and they are designed to execute a sequence of tasks that are performed in a specific order.
The correct statements about Cisco UCS Director workflow are:
B. You arrange tasks in sequence and define inputs and outputs to those tasks. Outputs from earlier tasks are available to use as inputs to any subsequent task. C. You build workflows using a drag-and-drop user called workflow designer.
B. In Cisco UCS Director, you can arrange tasks in a specific sequence and define inputs and outputs for each task. The outputs generated by earlier tasks can be used as inputs to any subsequent task. This ensures that each task is executed in the correct order, and the workflow progresses smoothly without any errors.
C. You can build workflows in Cisco UCS Director using a drag-and-drop user interface called workflow designer. This user-friendly interface makes it easy to design complex workflows without any programming knowledge.
A is not true because while Python scripts can be used within tasks in a workflow, each task in workflow designer does not necessarily have to be built using Python script.
D is not true because looping and conditional branching can be implemented in Cisco UCS Director workflow. This allows workflows to be designed to handle more complex tasks and accommodate changing conditions.
In summary, Cisco UCS Director workflows can be designed using a drag-and-drop interface and arranged in a specific sequence with inputs and outputs defined for each task. Additionally, workflows can utilize Python scripts, looping, and conditional branching to automate complex tasks in a data center.