Learn about the details of file storage, including advantages and disadvantages.
- [Instructor] Okay, we talked about block storage,…we talked about object storage,…now let's talk about file storage.…Those are the three major types…of systems you'd find on public clouds.…File systems are very simple…and easy-to-use types of storage systems.…So, ultimately, we deal with this stuff every day.…If you have a Windows based laptop…or a Macintosh based laptop, we're dealing…with hierarchal file systems that allow us…to sort, arrange, and store files…in certain orders so we can access the files.…
This is none different.…Many cloud players, such as Dropbox, Box.net,…Amazon Web Services, and many others…leverage file storage type systems…because we like to deal with information…in terms of these hierarchal structures…because it's just a better way…to organize things so we can find them when we need them.…So, it does some things well and other things not so well.…So, while file systems are good at storing files,…they're typically not good at serving databases…or large blobs of information…such as audio files, video files, unstructured data.…
- 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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1. Cloud Storage Basics
2. AWS Cloud Storage
3. Cloud Storage Planning
4. Cloud Storage Use Cases
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