Processing power is only one part of the compute equation. Learn how to handle peak memory load on your system.
- Now the second major component you are dealing with … when it comes to instances in the cloud are … your memory requirements. … So if you think about it, … on a local computer, … when you're looking at the specs down at … the computer store and you're getting ready to … buy a computer, … you're looking at the CPU, … you're looking at the memory and … you're looking at the storage space. … That's the most common three elements … people consider when buying a computer. … If you're a gamer, … you're probably looking at the video card as well. … Other than that, … most people don't care a lot about the … rest of the staff that's in there. … There's a whole lot more inside of computer that … makes a computer work. … But most people don't think about the power supply, … again unless you're a gamer. … Most people don't think a lot about how the … motherboard is laid out and what other chips are … on that motherboard. … They're worried about the CPU, … the memory, … the storage and again, …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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