Another consideration for your cloud service is the decision to use dedicated or shared hardware. Explore the differences and benefits in this video.
- One of the core concepts of cloud computing … is this concept of shared tenancy or multi-tenancy. … We can talk about it as dedicated versus shared compute. … And the concept is that we can share a physical machine … with completely different companies than ours … so that on the same physical hardware … there's stuff running from our company … and stuff running from other companies. … Sometimes that's perfectly okay, sometimes it's not. … And we have to be able to differentiate between those times. … Generally speaking, it's a security feature … or a performance feature … that drives us to want our own dedicated things … in the cloud … so that we keep separation from other companies. … Let's look at what the cloud providers offer in this area. … Here we're looking at the Microsoft Azure website. … And we're looking specifically … at what's called the Azure Dedicated Host. … You can see the simple definition here, … a dedicated physical server to host your Azure VMs … for Windows and Linux. …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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