3 hours 51 minutes
Let's summarize what we have learned in this module.
We started with the definition of cloud computing using the National Institute of Standards and Technology definition.
Later on, we compared it to traditional utilities like electricity.
Then we went through some of the benefits of using the cloud things like scalability, elasticity, reliability and so on and so forth.
We learned about some of the security standards and the compliance requirements and how this apply to any applications that you are deploying in the cloud.
Also, we learned about some of the compliance requirements that azure supports.
Then we learned about the different expenditure models, like capital expenditure and operational expenditure, and how they differ.
Also, we learned how the cloud enables those models.
Then we learned about the different cloud deployment models, including private, public and hybrid cloud.
At the end, we explore the different Cloud service models, which include infrastructure as a service platform as a service and software as a service.
This concludes our module and I'll see you in the next one
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