It's inevitable that drives will fail and files will be accidentally deleted. In this video, learn some key skills to protect and recover your data.
- One of the great benefits of cloud computing … is the ease of implementation of disaster recovery … in comparison to offline traditional disaster recovery. … So for example, in the past, if we wanted to have … an alternate site that we would actually use … for disaster recovery, we literally had to have our own … physically prepared separate alternate site. … With the cloud, … you really kind of have a virtual alternate site. … So that's a great benefit. … And what we want to do in this episode … is talk about some of the capabilities of disaster recovery … in the different cloud providers. … As we do that, we'll take a look this time at GCP, … and also Microsoft Azure, and see what they say … about their disaster recovery capabilities. … Let's start by looking at the Google Cloud Platform. … So here we are in GCP's documentation, … and in the documentation, … if you search for disaster recovery planning guide, … you can find this specific starting point … which is a great place to begin, …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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