In this video, you can learn how infrastructure fits into cloud computing solutions that include full virtualization or paravirtualization—two scenarios that make use of the cloud.
- [Instructor] Well, to help us better understand…how the cloud works,…we need to discuss the topic of infrastructure.…More specifically, a couple of things known…as full virtualization and paravirtualization.…Now, cloud computing is not the same for everyone.…There are many different ways the infrastructure…can be deployed.…Maybe you're in a business that needs…massive processing power, but you don't have the budget…nor the desire to run it in house.…On the other hand, maybe you require very little…processing power, and again, it may not make sense…to purchase and run your own dedicated servers.…
The cloud is ideal for both scenarios.…Let's begin with something called full virtualization.…Now in this setup, a complete installation of software…is run on a server, but is displayed on the client's.…And with this type of deployment, you can be running…all sorts of unique applications,…even different operating systems.…This is one way to access services on the cloud,…when a remote data center delivers you services…
- Cloud components and infrastructure
- Cloud computing benefits
- Cloud security
- Cloud storage considerations
- Working with Google G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, iCloud, and more
- Using collaboration tools: Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Monitoring the performance of your cloud services
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate Cloud Computing for Business
3. Cloud Storage
About storage providers2m 1s
4. Cloud Tools and Services
5. Cloud Tools for Teams
6. Migrate to the Cloud
7. Evaluate Cloud Performance
Next steps1m 2s
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