What is cloud compute and how does it work? Find out the basics in this video, and get ready to move your processing to the cloud.
- [Instructor] The cloud was introduced a long time ago. … We didn't necessarily call it the cloud, … but as soon as we started putting data on the internet … instead of our local network, we were using the cloud. … But the most exciting thing that really revolutionized … the concept of the cloud and brought it into interest … for enterprise scenarios was the introduction … of compute in the cloud, … the ability to have applications running in the cloud … instead of on my local network, doing the work for me … on someone else's computers that I didn't have to pay for. … And then I just paid for my compute time. … Now it's really interesting. … If you think about it and you back up in time … to the 1960s and the 1970s and you had shared computing, … and people would connect with a modem to a remote computer … and have it do some work for them. … And they had this shared computing model. … Hmm, interesting. … A lot like the cloud, isn't it? … Okay now, granted, those computers were a lot slower …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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