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Architecting Balance: Designing Hybrid Cloud Solutions

Architecting Balance: Designing Hybrid Cloud Solutions


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Overview/Description

In this 12-video course, learners can explore differences between on-premises and hybrid cloud deployment and the challenges and benefits afforded by hybrid cloud architecture for machine learning solutions. Discover how to derive goals and design process for a successful hybrid cloud implementation. Begin by examining essential features afforded by cloud and cloud deployment models, and compare characteristics of on-premises and cloud deployment from perspectives of cost, hardware, software, mobility, and reliability. View factors influencing on-premises and cloud architecture; compare hybrid versus private versus public cloud; and use hybrid cloud assessment to identify appropriate scenarios for adopting a hybrid cloud architecture. Learners will be able to list essential factors to consider when deriving a hybrid cloud implementation strategy and architecture, and benefits and challenges of implementing hybrid cloud. Look at key considerations to determine whether to move and deploy applications to the cloud or retain them on on-premises environment, and demonstrate the steps involved in setting up hybrid cloud architecture. The concluding exercise involves recalling benefits of hybrid cloud and the differences between on-premises and hybrid cloud deployment models.



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0.9

Lesson Objectives

Architecting Balance: Designing Hybrid Cloud Solutions

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize the essential features afforded by cloud and cloud deployment models
  • compare the characteristics of on-premise and cloud deployment from the perspective of cost, hardware, software, mobility, and reliability
  • identify the critical factors that can influence decisions of implementing either a cloud or on-premise architecture
  • recall the prominent components of hybrid cloud that are required to build hybrid environment
  • use hybrid cloud assessment to identify appropriate scenarios for adopting a hybrid cloud architecture
  • list the essential factors to consider when deriving a hybrid cloud implementation strategy and architecture
  • recognize the critical advantages and benefits that businesses can gain by adopting a hybrid cloud architecture
  • specify the challenges and the key considerations that can help mitigate the challenges of successfully implementing a hybrid cloud architecture
  • identify the key considerations that can help derive strategies to determine whether to move and deploy applications to the cloud or retain them on on-premise environment
  • demonstrate the steps involved in setting up deployment architectures for deploying three tier applications
  • recall the essential benefits and advantages afforded by hybrid cloud, and specify the difference between on-premise and hybrid cloud deployment models
  • Course Number:
    it_mlabchdj_01_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate