In this video, you can learn what components make up a cloud computing solution, such as the different types of clients, the datacenter, and the distributed servers.
- [Instructor] To better understand cloud computing…we need to explore the elements…that make up a cloud computing solution…and there are three main parts,…each with its own role and purpose.…First up are clients.…Clients are simply the devices end users interact…with to access the cloud.…Now these can include desktop PCs,…laptops, tablets and smart phones.…There are three main categories of client.…There are mobile clients like smart phones and tablets.…There are thin clients which are simply computers…that don't have their own internal hard drives…and are used to display information…you access from the cloud and,…there are thick clients which are…your typical computers where you use…a web browser like Internet Explorer,…Google Chrome or Safari to access…the internet and connect to the cloud.…
Next comes the datacenter which is…a server or a collection of servers,…housing the applications you subscribe to.…Now these can be housed locally…where you would access them directly or,…they might reside somewhere externally…
- Cloud components and infrastructure
- Cloud computing benefits
- Cloud security
- Cloud storage considerations
- Working with Google G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, iCloud, and more
- Using collaboration tools: Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Monitoring the performance of your cloud services
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate Cloud Computing for Business
3. Cloud Storage
About storage providers2m 1s
4. Cloud Tools and Services
5. Cloud Tools for Teams
6. Migrate to the Cloud
7. Evaluate Cloud Performance
Next steps1m 2s
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