Learn about the concept and significance of different types of cloud.
- There are different types…of cloud services available to you,…and it's important to make a proper choice…to meet your needs.…Public cloud is what most of us are familiar with.…The service is offered to any eligible users,…as its name suggest.…Because of this open nature,…its users have to share cloud resources…with other customers.…What this means is that your virtual machines, or VMs,…could be running side by side with your neighbors…on the same physical server or in the same network.…
This presents a real security challenge…because malicious users could gain access…to your VM through the common hypervisor…or network shared with their victims.…One of the consequences of such a breach is stolen data.…The attackers can steal sensitive information…stored on your VM.…Another possibility is that they simply wipe out your data…or add their own records for fraudulent purposes.…
Control over your data is another thing to consider.…As soon as you upload your data to the cloud,…your service provider has full visibility…
- Enabling technologies in data science
- Cloud computing and virtualization
- Installing and working with Proxmox, Hadoop, Spark, and Weka
- Managing virtual machines on Proxmox
- Distributed processing with Spark
- Fundamental applications of machine learning
- Distributed systems and distributed processing
- How Hadoop, Spark, and Weka can work together
Skill Level Beginner
Course organization1m 17s
1. Introduction to Data Science
2. Cloud Computing
3. Distributed File Systems
4. Distributed Processing
5. Machine Learning
6. Case Study
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