A common discussion around cloud service revolves around public, private, and hybrid cloud models. This video helps you compare and contrast between the three models.
- [Instructor] The final topic in the domain … Understanding Cloud Services … is understanding the difference … between a public, private, and hybrid cloud models. … Before I get into the private, public, and hybrid, … I'm going to use a comparison … that's a little bit more realistic, … and this revolves around homeownership. … When you own your own house, … you are responsible for everything in that house, right? … You have to cut the lawn, you got to make the repairs, … you have to do everything. … When you have an apartment rental, … you are only responsible for the contents … of the apartment that you rent. … You're responsible for your own dressers and furniture, … but you're not responsible for, let's say the appliances, … and you're definitely not responsible … for cutting the grass or shoveling the snow. … In between those two is a condo, … when you own a condo, you're responsible for the condo unit, … but the building is the responsibility … of the building owner. … We are responsible for our appliances, …
- 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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