In this video, learn about the steps in selecting a cloud provider.
- [Voiceover] Cloud providers provide all array…of different features and functions.…You need to understand this…before you embark on this journey.…It's been my experience that you need to look at your own…requirements and look at all the candidates.…It's only then you can understand how they function…and understand which cloud will match your requirements.…Finally, if you make mistake, just try again.…This is a learning experience,…and I'm learning as much as everyone else.…In this video, we'll focus on…Infrastructure as a Service clouds.…
But this knowledge is transferable to other cloud types,…including Software as a Service and Platform as a Service.…First, Elasticity and Scalability.…Flexible resource configurations means that we're dealing…with a cloud that allows you to configure the resources…in different ways.…As you may recall from the AWS demo,…AWS has the ability to be completely configurable.…Dynamic scale-up/scale-down of resources, meaning that…we can add service instances as we need…and remove them as we don't need them.…
- 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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