Learn how to remove the cloud storage instance when it's no longer needed.
- [Instructor] So now that we know how…to place storage instances on a public cloud…let's look at how we remove them.…And there's a good reason why we're doing this.…What's important here is that you're paying for it…unless you shut it down,…and we're all victims of this,…we've allocated storage systems on the cloud,…forgot they were there, they ran for a few months…and we got a big bill in the mail.…Hopefully not too big,…but unless we take care of our own cloud computing hygiene,…and actually put away the storage systems…that we're not leveraging when we don't need them anymore…we're gonna get the bill for it.…
Keep track of what you create,…and what you're paying for.…And so your dashboard has all the information you need…whether using AWS, or Microsoft, or Google,…in terms of what's open, what's not,…what's been allocated, what hasn't,…and what's been shutdown,…and what hasn't,…and believe me it's a common mistake for people…to create stories instances,…and leave them running for a long period of time,…and the reality is they may not login…
- 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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