In this video, learn about useful technology in management and monitoring cloud-based systems.
- [Instructor] Again it's been my experience…that those tasks with Cloud Operations, or CloudOps,…focus too much on tools and technology…and not enough on processes.…Thus, it's my recommendation that you understand the tools,…but don't look at them as your guide to CloudOps excellence.…That's more about people and processes, as you'll see.…The ability to set up redundant systems…is only part of the CloudOps battle.…The real action is found in the Cloud's ability…to place these systems behind a layer of…management software that can manage the machine instances…to work around updates and failures.…
There are two flavors of tools.…First, our Cloud Management Platform tools…that allow you to manage cloud services,…provisioning and deprovisioning machines and services,…and providing the ability to automate continuous operations…since you can place a layer of automation…around the Cloud-based machine instances and Cloud services.…System failures can typically be worked around automatically…therefore the most common problems,…
- 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
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