A common discussion around cloud service revolves around infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and software as a service (SaaS). This video helps you compare and contrast between the three models.
- [Instructor] In this lesson we're going to explore … IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS. … And no, this isn't a foreign language, … it's just short-form for three very important terms … that you're going to hear when you move into cloud services. … First we'll start off with IaaS, … that is infrastructure as a service. … Next we have PaaS, which is platform as a service, … SaaS, software as a service. … And these three are highlighted … because these are the three terms … that you'll need for the exam. … But there are also a few more that you're going to hear … as you move into the cloud environment, … those being BaaS, backup as a service, … DaaS, database as a service, … and IDaaS, identity as a service. … We're going to only focus in on the first three. … But before we get into IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, … we need to take a walk down memory lane … and talk about on-premises environments. … When we have our data center on-premises, … we're responsible for everything, … for the hardware, the building, …
- The new Azure exams and certifications
- The benefits of using cloud services
- Comparing public, private, and hybrid cloud models
- Core Azure services, including networking and storage
- Azure security features
- Planning and managing costs
- Various Azure support options
Skill Level Beginner
2. Cloud Concepts
3. Core Azure Services
4. Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust
Azure security: Networking3m 47s
5. Azure Pricing and Support
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