Learn how CloudStack does security.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about CloudStack's security.…CloudStack supports Count Structure…just like you would expect it to,…basic security services provided, good enough security.…So unless you're have a high security standard…and you need identity access management,…and multiple levels of encryption,…and Multi-factor Authentication, those sorts of things,…you can certainly deploy them with third party products…in CloudStack, but it may not be part of the stack.…So keep in mind that if you're based on security…not necessarily being high up in the requirements…then CloudStack may be something that's a viable solution.…
So Apache CloudStack users are assigned accounts.…An account is typically a customer of a service provider…or a department in a large organization.…Accounts are the unit of isolation in the cloud,…so the tenant.…And accounts are grouped by domains,…so this is very much like traditional security.…So if I'm a user of CloudStack, I'm given an account,…I'm going to be part of a domain,…it's going to isolate me from other accounts,…
- Private cloud benefits
- Considering the costs
- Determining compatibility
- Assessing security and governance
- Reviewing OpenStack
- Reviewing Microsoft Private Cloud
- Reviewing VMware vCloud Suite
- Reviewing Apache CloudStack
Skill Level Beginner
1. Private Cloud Basics
2. Private Cloud Platforms
4. Microsoft Private Cloud
5. VMware vCloud Suite Private Cloud
6. Apache CloudStack Private Cloud
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