In this video, explore a useful case study for IaaS public clouds. Using Amazon Web Services as an example, walk through the cloud services allocation process and learn how to leverage AWS to host an application workload.
- [Instructor] In a quick demonstration … of an infrastructure as a service system, … we're going to launch an Amazon EC2 instance, … understanding what's going on behind the scenes. … Next we're going to configure that EC2 instance for our use, … then finally, we're going to connect … to that instance for production. … What you're seeing here is the AWS dashboard, … Amazon Web Services. … From here we simply select Launch Instance … under the label marked Create Instance. … What we're doing is actually reserving resources … on the AWS infrastructure as a service cloud, … in this case, a compute instance … or a compute virtual server. … Keep in mind that this is not a physical machine instance, … but a logical one. … Next we need to select the type … of machine image to leverage. … Note that AWS provides a few prebuilt images … that are really operating system platforms running … on particular types of processors, … such as 64-bit. … This is very much like going to a computer store … and buying a physical server …
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migration planning
- Selecting a cloud provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
- Approaching management and monitoring
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Cloud Computing Planning
3. Cloud Security
4. Cloud Operations
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