Once your data is on the cloud, you need to use additional measures to protect your data from loss and corruption. Learn about the various options in this video.
- When planning for storage in or out of the cloud, … it's very important to make sure that you think about … keeping your data, protecting that storage, … making sure that your data is there when you need it. … And so there are a lot of different solutions … that we use for that and they kind of fall … into a high availability category … or a data redundancy category. … So let's talk about that. … First of all, with high availability, … storage high availability is achieved … using a lot of different possible technologies, … we can use redundancy, which means write the data … more than once, right? … We can use replication, which means copy the data … to more than one location, we can use cloning or mirroring, … which means we're making an exact copy at a point in time … or mirroring or keeping an exact copy all the time. … We could use clustering, which means we have more … than one location that is servicing access to the storage. … We could use load balancing, which means that … we're using more than one location and we're using using …
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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