You have many additional optional features when storing your files. Find out how you can set up your cloud solution to maximize utility.
- There are several features … that can be used with storage in the Cloud … that allow you to conserve space, to make it more secure, … to even make it so that it's not humanly readable … on first glance. … And these different features need to be understood, … so you can implement them where needed … within your Cloud solutions. … The first one helps to save some storage space, … it's called Compression. … So compression is used to save space by rewriting the data … using what's called a compression algorithm. … You've probably heard of zip files, tar files, … rar files, rge files, LHA files, … and I'm going to really date myself if I keep listing … some of these old compression protocols … we don't even use anymore. … The key here is that these are different algorithms … that are implemented within applications to compress data. … The ASCII bits for the letter e … are normally the eight bits 01100101. … That is e in ASCII with binary data, … but if we store the e as 0001, we save four bits. …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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