SpartaCraft WoodWorks

Address: 7690 Sparta Craft Drive, Connelly Springs, NC 28612
Design/Sales: 828 442 9532
Vendor: Cisco Exam Code: 210-451 Exam Name: Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals Q&As: 60QUESTION 1 Which description of the elasticity of a Cloud-based infrastructure is true? A. provides dynamic on-demand provisioning of services in near real time B. enables sharing of resources and costs across a large pool of users C. multisite architecture to reduce impact from outages in any one site D. provides a security posture that is manageable from a single point of control Correct Answer: A QUESTION 2 Which characteristic is an inoperative attribute of a private Cloud deployment? A. self service and on demand B. shared by many companies C. highly scalable D. metered for reporting or billing purposes Correct Answer: B QUESTION 3 Which option is one essential characteristic of Cloud computing? A. It must use virtualization. B. It must provide load balancing services. C. It must provide on-demand self service. D. It must run on open source software. Correct Answer: C QUESTION 4 What are the five specific characteristics common to the Cloud environments? A. on-demand usage, ubiquitous access, multi-tenancy, measured usage, resiliency B. on-demand usage, ubiquitous access, tiered-tenancy, measured usage, resiliency C. on-demand usage, autonomous access, multi-tenancy, measured usage, resiliency D. dynamic usage, ubiquitous access, multi-tenancy, measured usage, resiliency Correct Answer: A QUESTION 5 Which best describes a SaaS Cloud model? A. infrastructure that presents the user with an operating system allowing programming language execution environment for testing database and web servers B. infrastructure that virtualizes server functions on a hypervisor C. infrastructure that provides elastic storage and computing resources D. a platform that provides access to application software or database resources Correct Answer: D QUESTION 6 IaaS is an acronym for what type of Cloud? A. Instances as a ServiceB. Infrastructure as a Service C. Internet as a Service D. Images as a Service Correct Answer: B QUESTION 7 Which Cloud service model is appropriate for a physical data center move to the Cloud? A. Infrastructure as a Service B. Platform as a Service C. Compute as a Service D. Software as a Service Correct Answer: A QUESTION 8 Which statement defines Cloud Service Models? A. infrastructure as a service, software as a service, platform as a service B. internet as a service, software as a service, platform as a service C. infrastructure as a service, big data as a service, platform as a service D. infrastructure as a service, software as a service, grid as a service Correct Answer: A


Amy Team Photo

Amy Luckwaldt

Sales / Account Manager

Amy is a licensed general contractor and an experienced residential home builder.  As a Certified Green Professional and Master Accredited Builder, she is the primary customer contact to help you manage your custom woodworking dreams into reality.

Contact: 704.904.0878



Jodi Sutton


Jodi has a degree in Interior Design and over 17 years of experience in design, sales and project management. For the past 14 years, her passion has been Kitchen and Bath Design where she has a diverse portfolio throughout a wide range of styles that reflect her love of design. She believes that remarkable designs should be both beautiful and functional and makes sure that this is consistent throughout her projects.

Contact: 828.442.9532



Tracy Pickett

Cabinet Shop Manager

Tracy is a lifelong cabinet maker starting at the age of 15.  His career brought him through some of the finest cabinetry and high end furniture companies in the Hickory area. His love and natural ability for custom woodworking helped him make his way up to managing and leading the highest quality cabinetry companies in the Hickory area. Eventually, Tracy made his way to Hickory and found his place at SpartaCraft. Tracy takes pride in his craftsmanship and is ready to put his expertise to work for you.


David Maguire

Vice President of Sales And Marketing

With the majority of his career focused on creating merchandising programs for retail and distribution channels, David brings with him a passion to better understand your selling process and build into it programs aimed at driving sales and profitability at the point-of-sale. Previously the Director of Visual Merchandising with JELD-WEN Windows and Doors, his extensive background in print and POP design and engineering ties directly into SpartaCraft’s core competencies and offers our current and future customers a tangible roadmap to enhance their Selling and Buying experience.

Email –

Mobile – 704-606-5642

Office – 828-397-4630



Chris Stevens

Plant and Finishing Manager

Chris has over 25 years in furniture production and furniture finishing. He has worked at major high-end furniture companies developing and producing world class furniture finishes. He brings a wealth of experience and quality expectations to SpartaCraft where he is able to create or match any type of cabinetry finish you desire. It is because of Chris that we often say we create ‘furniture for your walls’.




Don Clark


Don left his career at DuPont to pursue a woodworking dream and has owned SpartaCraft since 2005. He helped manage the growth of the cabinetry business with a significant investment in great people, computer aided design software and  computer controlled machinery to insure we offer incredible cabinetry at an incredible value.








SpartaCraft Team

The SpartaCraft family is 60 strong and growing!!