What happens if there are cloud service outages? Learn about service availability here.
- We talk about high availability and disaster recovery … at various different places within this course … and sometimes we need to talk about it specific … to a given cloud technology, … and here we need to talk about it related to … compute in the cloud. … So when we talk about high availability … and disaster recovery, or HA/DR, … we're dealing with the fact … that we want our compute processes to be able … to be there when we need them, … and if there is a disaster, … to get back up and running as quickly as possible. … So the key factor is then that the server or service … simply must be there. … Virtual servers demand the full virtual server … to be available. … So, I can't say "Well, I need some of it to be functioning, … "but some of it doesn't." … No, it's just like a physical server. … The whole thing has to be there … for the things on it to work, right? … Serverless compute requires the function to be available. … So, with virtual servers or instances, … I'm running an operating system, …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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