In this video, David Linthicum describes the types of cloud computing deployments. This includes private clouds, which you own and manage yourself; public clouds, which are for anybody to use over the open Internet; and hybrid clouds, which are both complex but very powerful.
- [Narrator] It's been my experience…that there is not a one cloud fits all solution.…As a cloud consultant for the last several years,…I've found that you need to understand the workloads first,…and then pick the cloud deployment models…that you will likely leverage.…This process takes weeks,…sometimes months for large enterprises.…However, I recommend that you spend…the upfront time to figure this out.…These are the types of cloud deployment models,…private, public, and hybrid clouds.…
Private clouds means that you own…the hardware that the cloud runs on.…It's for your use, and yours alone.…Public means that you're leveraging cloud services…over the open internet, using hardware and software…that you don't own.…Hybrid clouds use both public and private clouds,…allowing you to run workloads…on either cloud deployment models,…and having them work seamlessly together.…You may deploy one, two, or all of these models.…The main advantage of leveraging a private cloud…is you run the cloud on premises.…
Some believe this provides the best security…
- Differentiate between the different types of clouds, including Saas, laaS, and PaaS.
- Define the characteristics of Saas, laaS, and PaaS.
- Explain the definition and purpose of TCO.
- Identify the data and applications necessary to move to the cloud.
- Explain the importance of cloud security.
- Recognize the essentials of cloud monitoring and management.