AWS vs Microsoft Azure: Cloud Storage services

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AWS vs Microsoft Azure: Cloud Storage services

AWS vs Microsoft Azure: Cloud Storage services – Course For Free

S3| EFS| Glacier| EBS | Storage Gateway| BloB | Disk |File |Table |Queue |Data Lake |StorSimple |Backup |Archive

What you’ll learn

AWS vs Microsoft Azure: Cloud Storage services – Course For Free

  • On completion of this course, you would be able to develop and deploy your applications over Amazon Cloud- Amazon Web Services.
  • In this course, we would explore various Storage services and options available on the Microsoft Azure cloud.
  • We would learn S3, Glacier, EBS, EFS, BloB, StorSimple, Disk, File, Table, Backup, Data Lake, Queue, and Archive.

Requirements

  • No prerequisites at all, but if you are aware of some cloud-based or web development tools and technologies, it is helpful.
  • A basic understanding of file system and file types would be more than sufficient.

Description

This course is all about learning various cloud storage options available on Microsoft AZURE and Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platforms. We will explore the following storage services on Microsoft Azure in the beginning- BloB, StorSimple, Disk, File, Table, Backup, Data Lake, Queue, and Archive. We would be creating resources for Blob and File storage. Each storage option is suitable for certain domain and we can decide what to choose based on price, availability, reliability, application, SLA (Service Level Agreement) provided, elasticity, retention period, hot/cold or archive option, etc In the later section, we would explore AWS Storage services available on Amazon Cloud. After that, we would be learning all of the Storage services- S3 (Simple Storage Services), Glacier, EFS (Elastic File System), Storage Gateway,  etc. We would be creating instances for each service with practical examples.

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