Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding data center operations, part of Cybersecurity with Cloud Computing.
- Customers of cloud services expect…a very high level of availability…and this requires that the services…are designed with resilience in mind.…In order to deliver a resilient service,…cloud providers must operate from multiple data centers…which are physically separated,…an approach sometimes referred to as…Data Center Dissemination.…The very large number of components in a cloud data center…demand a high level of service-based automation…in order to manage the equipment,…reconfigure it on demand, and to expand.…
The term VMDC, or virtual multi-tenant data center,…is used to refer to modular data center construction.…This approach ensures consistency in design,…and delivers agility to expand rapidly and seamlessly.…VMDC's are based on POD's, which contain an integrated set…of processing, storage, networking, and power components.…POD's are then grouped into Availability Zones…which are designed to be independently resilient.…
Consumption of resources in a POD…occurs is units called Workloads…which can be thought of as a virtual machine…
- Essential cloud concepts: infrastructure, deployment models, and more
- Defining trust models for clouds
- Identifying governance and risk
- Complying with legal and audit requirements
- Managing incident response
- Maximizing application security
- Managing encryption and keys
- Implementing virtualization
- Introducing SABSA and the cloud attribute taxonomy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Fundamentals
Identifying cloud incidents6m 16s
2. Cloud Security Guidance
3. Architecting Security
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