Join Mike Chapple for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud computing models, part of SSCP Cert Prep: 7 Systems and Application Security.
- [Instructor] Cloud computing is an increasingly important…information storage and processing model.…Earlier, you learned how virtualization…was a major advance in the industry.…Computing evolved over time,…from the era of mainframe computing,…to the client-server model,…and eventually into virtualization technology…that allowed the use of the client-server model…on efficiently shared hardware.…Cloud computing is the next logical evolution…in the enterprise information technology world.…
Virtualization made computing hardware a commodity.…Cloud computing simply allows us…to make hardware a complete abstraction,…so that the engineers and developers…who manage servers and write code…don't need to know the details…of managing the underlying hardware platform.…In many cases, that platform may be managed…by a completely separate company.…Cloud computing, simply defined,…is the delivery of computing resources over a network,…such as the internet, as a service.…
The cloud offers many benefits to organizations.…It provides flexibility…
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- Attack types
- Social engineering
- Host security
- Securing your code
- Mobile security
- Virtualization security
- Cloud security
- Big data security
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2. Attack Types
3. Social Engineering
4. Host Security
5. Secure Coding Practices
6. Mobile Security
7. Virtualization Security
8. Cloud Security
9. Big Data Security
Big data security3m 27s
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