Learn how to allocate a storage instance using AWS EBS.
- [Instructor] Let's get started by doing a demo…on the Amazon Web Service's cloud storage system.…We're gonna focus on EBS, or elastic block storage.…This is not designed to be an AWS tutorial.…This is designed to have you get the look and feel…of what it takes to setup an AWS account, allocate storage,…start moving data to storage, and leveraging the system.…Keep in mind that these screens will change.…AWS is constantly updating their software…and their interfaces.…
What you see when you actually use the technology…could be a little different than what you see here.…Again, this is not designed as a tutorial,…just as an experience.…We go to aws.amazon.com and we click create an account.…We get this screen here.…Next, you're asked to provide login credentials,…company, email address, password.…Very much like you've done before with other sites.…Once we do that, we launch Windows instances…and from the service screen, we select EC2,…we launch an instance button.…
Basically the button in the middle that's blue.…
- Block storage, object storage, and file storage
- Planning cloud storage
- Allocating storage instances on AWS
- Securing storage instances
- Usage-based accounting
- Defining costs, projected growth, and implementation plans
- Cloud storage use cases
Skill Level Beginner
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