There are savings to be had everywhere you look with cloud compute.Explore the benefits of shared processing in this video.
- In the episode on costs, we talked about … what it's going to cost you to use the cloud, … how that it could save you money … as far as investment in hardware and so forth. … Now we want to talk about the energy savings … that the cloud can provide. … Now it can provide these energy savings in a couple of ways. … It can provide it if you're using … a public or community cloud, and it can provide … it if you're using a private or hybrid cloud as well. … Let's start with some considerations … for public or community cloud energy savings. … The basic concept is that shared resources … equals energy savings. … In other words, I'm not running something … that consumes electricity and that thing … that I'm running does more than I actually need it to do. … Instead, we're sharing resources so that … we're only using what we need on a system … that other people might be using as well. … So, let's talk about first of all the old school scenario. … With the old school scenario, you have let's say …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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