In this video, learn how to approach management and monitoring.
- [Instructor] Monitoring, as with security,…is one of the most important parts…of CloudOps in my opinion.…The process of observing the systems as they work…leads to much learning about how it operates and behaves…under different levels of stress.…The management aspect means we're…understanding how to be more proactive.…Monitoring and measurement practices provide you…with a proven and proactive way to monitor…through the performance of various workloads and components.…By gathering these metrics, you can understand…how workloads existing on different platforms behave…at different levels of use and how it responds…to increasing and decreasing loads.…
As we covered in one of the previous videos,…monitoring and measurement needs to provide…end to end visibility for all systems holistically.…Keep in mind that private, public, and hybrid clouds are…part of the infrastructures supporting critical workloads,…and these workloads must interact…with traditional on premise systems as well.…Core to all of this and to provide a holistic collection…
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migrating planning
- Selecting a provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
Skill Level Beginner
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