Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Storage level, part of Cloud Architecture: Core Concepts.
- So when understanding requirements,…we need to move through a checklist.…Again, data levels, storage level, things like that…to understand our issues from the larger point…of abstraction or basically the meta-architecture…or architecture without linking to physical solutions.…And then breaking those down into primitives…to build the applications or processes.…And so we'll work from the primitives to the application…processes typically, but it's also acceptable…for you to work from top down.…
From the application processes down to particular…application primitives, but I recommend that you,…for now, work from the primitives to the applications.…And in other words, we're from the bottom up…and the most detailed to the most non-detailed.…So cloud architecture.…We can break it down into five basic levels.…We have application level architecture, in other words,…that the application or solutions level, how we code…to build something.…We have the network level or how things communicate…one to another.…We have the processing level or the CPU level.…
- 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
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4. From Requirements to Solution
5. Build Your First Architecture
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