With so many different types of storage, it follows there won't be one type of storage that fits all your data needs. Learn how to decide which services to use.
- Now once we've selected the appropriate storage type, … we need to plan our provisioning. … This means we're going to determine exactly how we're going to … go about getting the storage available … that we actually need. … It's starts by answering some key questions. … What data requires storage? … Now that you know what the data is, … what is the data format and structure? … In other words, is it going to work with object store … or file store like buckets, … or do you need to store it in block store solution? … How much data is there? … How much space do you need in order to store the data? … How sensitive is it? … What kind of security are you going to have to implement? … What policies relate to storing the data? … And what regulations relate to storing the data? … So you might have business rules … and there might be regulations that impose rules upon you. … Like storing personally identifiable information, or PII. … There're often regulations that control … how and what you store. …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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