In this video, learn how to pick and start your first cloud project.
- [Instructor] All right, let's get to work, … let's talk about our first cloud project. … So, a couple things to remember here is that, … take on only a few applications at a time. … Don't try to boil the ocean, this is not a speed test. … This is about you being successful a bit at a time, … in some sort of incremental and repeatable way. … Do a mix of new applications and migration, … don't focus all on one thing. … If you build all net new applications, … that's a completely different set of skills. … If you just migrate applications, … that's another completely different set of skills. … You're trying to get a mix of experiences, … and scale that mix of experiences up over time. … Make sure to follow the previous video, … and get the talent you need. … And make sure that you get the mentoring talent. … Make sure you infuse a few people … who've been through this before, … and may have the experience and scars to prove it, … before you're able to, in essence, find the right path, …
- 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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