Learn how to implement logging and other subsystems that assist in managing storage.
- [Voiceover] So now let's talk about logging…as it relates to storage systems, cloud storage systems.…So, what's important here is that…logging should be customized to your needs.…This is not a one size fits all kind of approach.…So ultimately, what you'll log…is going to take space on the disk, the virtual disk.…Its going to take cycles on your CPU,…so we should only log the things…that are gonna be important to us,…things we need to track.…So everything can't be logged and our,…the way in which we approach logging is customized…for a particular instance or use case.…
Logging relates to both security and compliance…cause ultimately, if we're going to remain compliant…to laws and regulations, they may ask us to make note of…database transactions, storage transactions…that occur over time.…Additionally, we wanna make sure…that our security isn't breached…by misbehavior that's going on within the storage system.…It may indicate that we've been hacked.…Make sure to implement storage management,…as well as security and governance.…
- 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
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3. Cloud Storage Planning
4. Cloud Storage Use Cases
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