Join David Linthicum for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud operations overview, part of Learning Cloud Computing: Core Concepts.
but it means the same thing. … Ultimately CloudOps goes beyond simple operations. … to basically leverage continuous operations … and your ability to have feedback loops … that go back to the developers, … to make sure they're continuously improving those things. … By the time it goes through testing and deployment … So we're no longer waiting for point releases, … point one point one, point one point two, two point one. … or continuously putting out new binaries … within the cloud-based system … as we have to improve those systems. … So the rise of the cloud … to the public cloud-based platform going forward. … We're able to do monitoring and management. … We're able to do governing operations … using very sophisticated tools. … Indeed, most of the R&D dollars … are spent by the technology providers out there … on cloud-based systems, … almost to a three-to-one mix, … and the reason is, … is because they look … at the cloud as the next destination for these tools. … That's good news for you, …
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migration planning
- Selecting a cloud provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
- Approaching management and monitoring
Skill Level Beginner
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