Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Processing level, part of Cloud Architecture: Core Concepts.
- [Instructor] So picking the compute…or processing layer is core to your application platform.…We discussed this before, we have to pick a CPU,…it's configured with a certain amount of memory,…it's configured with an operating system,…it's configured with things we need to use…to build and deploy applications.…So, lots of things go into understanding…how you're going to build this part of the platform.…You need to understand your processing requirements…and how to match up the requirements to a platform.…So, how many MIPS are needed, how much memory is needed,…and all these sorts of things…which comes to the science of hardware sizing…and even though we don't see the hardware,…in the case of public clouds…we still have to go through the analytical process…of understanding how to size our particular platform.…
The nice thing about this, however,…and leveraging the public cloud,…we can always add to it…and provision different kinds of processors…in a matter of minutes,…it's not a matter of taking back the hardware,…
- Cloud architecture basics
- What problems need to be solved?
- The "as is" and "to be" states
- Cloud storage, CPUs, and databases
- Building your first architecture
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1. Cloud Architecture Introduction
2. Understand the Business Needs
3. It's All about the Cloud Parts
4. From Requirements to Solution
5. Build Your First Architecture
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