In this video, learn the steps involved in understanding your own security requirements.
- [Instructor] In my experience, … your security requirements are everything. … You should work from a checklist of your own making, … meaning that your issues are not the same issues … of the company down the street. … Never assume that things are secure. … You should assume that they are very much not secure … and prove them to be secure as you go through this process. … As you build requirements, make sure that you centralize. … This includes policies so that everyone is on the same page … when it comes to setting roles … as well as access controls, our consistent use … of access control technology … throughout the cloud deployment. … Also, APIs, application programming interfaces … that ensure that we can programmatically access … the security features. … Also repositories, so we can keep track … of all of the entities within … the cloud computing problem domain … for security and governance purposes. … Also, maintaining centralized logs … to ensure that we have a centralized understanding …
- 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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