Jump to navigation Jump to search Computer networks share common devices, functions, and features including servers, clients, transmission media, shared data, shared printers and other hardware and software resources, network interface card NIClocal operating system LOSand the network operating system NOS.
Jesse explains the CCM as a one-stop shop user interface, and handling administration and notifications. The CloudCenter Orchestration CCO takes the cloud agnositc application that you have modeled, and makes it into a more cloud-specific application. The Bundle Store is a file server with the agent software, while the Package Store stores the binaries for the services.
And finally, the Cloud Monitor or Health Monitor is an optional component that allows you to monitor the Cloud. After detailing the CloudCenter components, Jesse begins describing CloudCenters ability to support multi-tenancy, beginning with an explanation of a tenant.
After touching on that, Jesse moves back to the application side of CloudCenter, and delves into the Application Profile, which lists the requirements needed to deploy the application. After providing a few examples of using the Application Profile Template, Jesse explains how Services are the building blocks for the Application Profile, and then goes into the types of services including the Virtual Machine with the agent, Virtual Machine without the agent, and an External Service where no cirutal machine is launched.
Jesse concludes the lesson by explaining the Worker Instances of CloudCenter as being virtual machines that are able to do whatever you model it to do.Acquia Cloud architecture and key concepts¶ This section of the Acquia Cloud documentation describes how Acquia Cloud works, including information about the Acquia Cloud architecture, security, high availability features, and compliance with standards and regulations.
Lesson 2: Key Concepts and Terminology. In Lesson two, Jesse Lafuenti identifies the key concepts and terminology of Cisco CloudCenter, and begins with its . Key Concepts, Data Structures and Algorithms In order to understand Cassandra's architecture it is important to understand some key concepts, data structures and algorithms frequently used by.
Examples include a network diagram, a server specification, a use-case specification, a list of architectural requirements, and a business interaction matrix.
Two of the key elements of any enterprise architecture framework are: Scoping the Architecture.
TOGAF Core. Concepts of scoping are Core; specific ways are Recommended. In this course, we trace the evolution of networks and identify the key concepts and functions that form the basis for layered architecture. We introduce examples of protocols and services that are familiar to the students, and we explain how these services are supported by networks.
Further, we. Learn about the key features and concepts in Azure Stack. Offer Alpha can contain Plan A containing a set of compute services and Plan B containing a set of storage and network services.
so developers can create applications quickly. Table storage is a key-attribute store, meaning that every value in a table is stored with a typed.