This video defines how you can plan for cloud storage, including important steps and concepts.
- [Narrator] So let's talk about planning for cloud storage.…It's very much like planning for on-premise storage.…You're going to deal with the same sorts of things,…such as capacity, cost of storage, maintenance,…those sorts of things.…So what I'm suggesting is that we define,…develop, test and operate our storage systems…and the further we go down the road,…the more impact we're going to have.…However, it's going to take more investment.…Let's get started.…So again, we conceive, we crawl, we walk, we run, we fly.…
So the first thing we do is in essence…business case and funding…and the reason we do that is because we have to,…in essence, make the business case…that what we we're going to do in our storage system…is gonna bring value to the business.…So we will look at the existing system,…so we'll look at our on-premise storage requirements,…understand the growth aspect of it…and figure out whether it's cheaper to leverage…an on-premise system or a system that's in the cloud.…We do breadth analysis to determine what's the scope…
- 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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