Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud CPUs, part of Cloud Architecture: Core Concepts.
- [Instructor] So keep in mind as we talk about CPUs,…or Central Processing Units,…clouds are able to provide platform instances on demand.…So, I can configure a CPU in a platform…and figure the operating system out…in the memory platform feature,…and basically the data that's bound to it.…All these things can be provisioned…on demand within the cloud,…and that's the great thing about cloud computing.…So you can provision Windows, Linux,…and dozens of other types of platforms…configured for your exact needs.…So, I call those platform analogs…and typically if we're migrating…an existing enterprise into the cloud,…we'll find the exact configuration…or something close to the exact configuration…that exists within the cloud platform…and we're able to configure it,…customize it, and deploy it…as if it's a piece of hardware…that we're configuring on the floor of a data center.…
Pretty cool stuff.…So keep in mind, the old way of doing things…and why we're doing things different now.…So you know, purchase hardware,…we typically had to go through a PO process…
- Cloud architecture basics
- What problems need to be solved?
- The "as is" and "to be" states
- Cloud storage, CPUs, and databases
- Building your first architecture
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1. Cloud Architecture Introduction
2. Understand the Business Needs
3. It's All about the Cloud Parts
4. From Requirements to Solution
5. Build Your First Architecture
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