What will your deployment demand from cloud compute? Explore hardware specification requirements in this video.
- Now, I don't know about you, … but I like to get the peak performance out of my computers. … When I buy a computer, … I buy a computer. … I do not go out and buy some desktop … that some vendor put together. … Not for me personally. … No, I build that thing. … I buy the best motherboard I can get my hands on, … the best CPU my budget will allow for, … the best video card my budget will allow for, … the fastest hard drives. … I want everything to perform as best it can. … Now, because I do that, … I only buy a new desktop computer that I use … for so much of my work in my home office … about once every four to six years. … Because when I buy one, … it's top of the line for the most part … at the time when I purchase it, … which does give it longevity, … and it gives me good performance for a long period of time. … So I'm a performance junkie. … I really like to get the best performance I can, … and that's why I do buy a new laptop … at least every 18 months or so, … because otherwise I'm not getting …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
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