There are several different ways to access your data. In this video, find out about the various options available to you.
- When it comes to storage access protocols, … over the years several different protocols … have been developed, … to give us access to storage across the network. … We want to talk about several of these … and they generally are seen … within different operating systems, … although there's support for them, … and competing operating systems. … So the first one, SMB, … this is the Server Message Block protocol. … It's a Microsoft file access protocol originally … though they have developed some RFCs along the way … to try to standardize it, … it's still most commonly used in Microsoft networks. … The latest version is SMB 3.1.1, … and it was released in Windows 10 and Server 2016. … It is still supported by many cloud providers … because Windows systems know how to talk to it. … It's basically a client server request response protocol, … so you have an SMB server, and you have an SMB client. … The client requests something from the server, … the server sends it back, a very simple structure. …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
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