In this video, Mike looks at concepts of security, ownership, and access to cloud resources. Specifically, he explores the differences among public, private, community, and hybrid cloud computing.
- [Instructor] A cloud is a big deal. … When you have a cloud, … inside this cloud are the servers and the storage … and all the people keeping this running and all this. … It's a big deal. … So ownership of a cloud is something … to take into consideration. … In a private cloud situation, here's my little cloud. … So let's just say I've got a whole bunch of computers here, … and I've got this all set up. … Now, we can generate our own virtual machines … any time we want, but it's private. … So keep out, it is just for us. … So it's just within my organization … that we can use this private cloud. … The next type is a public cloud. … A public cloud is pretty much the exact opposite … of a private cloud. … With a public cloud, and these are things like Amazon S3 … and Microsoft Azure, these places are open for business. … And anybody with a credit card can connect in. … They can set up their own VMs. … They can upload their web apps. … They can do anything they want to do, … and it includes all kinds of stuff …
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