In this video, learn about service delivery in a new cloud-oriented way, with a look at how your current IT system setup can affect your choice of a cloud model.
- [Instructor] Moving to the cloud … can be a paradigm shift for most people. … This is because it's different in many ways … to what we've been used to on premises. … It was certainly a shock to the early adopters, … and it required new ways of working and thinking. … When you move to the cloud, … you'll start thinking about service delivery … in a new cloud orientated way. … You need to decide what it is you want from the cloud. … It could be a website, or a hosted email system, … or a data crunching application. … The early adopters moved servers to the cloud, … but now businesses are consuming services instead. … The key thing is to think of cloud computing … as a service orientated model, … rather than just a bunch of servers in a data center. … The end product that you get is the service, … and not the hardware. … Your data security requirements … may impact your cloud choices, … as you'll need to decide which type … of cloud deployment you'll go for. … This could be public, private, or hybrid. …
- Cloud principles and delivery mechanisms
- Managing privacy in the cloud
- Meeting compliance goals
- Cloud availability
- Monitoring service health and maintenance
- Cloud services and their characteristics
- Identifying requirements of Microsoft cloud services
- Signing up for cloud services
- Configuring cloud services
- Configuring Microsoft Intune
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Principles and Delivery Mechanisms
2. Cloud Security Requirements and Policies
3. Cloud Updates and Availability
Cloud availability1m 6s
4. Types of Cloud Services
5. Identify Requirements of Microsoft Cloud Services
6. Sign Up for Cloud Services
7. Configure Cloud Services
8. Cloud-Based Device Management
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