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  • please go to the line the computer guy dot com In order to view schematics, code and Maur for the projects that you are learning about Welcome back.

  • So today I want to talk about I A s or infrastructure as a service.

  • So up until this point, we've thought about software as a service.

  • We talk about platform as a service and now we will be talking about I A s infrastructure as a service.

  • Now a lot of people get confused with infrastructure is a service.

  • And they say I don't understand what is the difference between A S S, A S and P A s and the important thing to understand about I A s versus against software as a service or platform as the service is that with I A s, basically you can't do anything with the service is being provided unless it's built into a larger overall infrastructure.

  • So when you look at something such as a software as a service right, software as a service is a product that your end users can actually use as soon as you swipe the credit card and create the user accounts.

  • So if you're using something like a female or QuickBooks online or salesforce or anything like that.

  • Basically, you create the account, you create the user's for that for the business account, and then your users air actually interacting with that service more or less, everything is there for them.

  • If you look at something like platform is a service now, you gotta be a little bit more technical with platforms, the service.

  • But you actually get a functional platform.

  • So if you want to host a web application, a website, something like that, basically you have your code or sit down, they write the code, they upload that onto the platform as a service.

  • And now you have something functional to do whatever it is that you've coded to d'oh.

  • So platform as a service is still something functional that is being sold to you.

  • When you start looking at infrastructure of the service, basically, you just get infrastructure.

  • If you tie that infrastructure into other things, you then get something functional for the end user for yourself.

  • But on its own, it's almost kind of sort of useless s.

  • So if we look at old skool infrastructure of the service, you can look at something suck as D n s.

  • Right.

  • So you go thio host gator dot com You go to go, daddy to get dot com, you go wherever else you go to a registrar.

  • You by your domain name.

  • You know, Eli, the computer guy dot com.

  • And then with that, you get your D n s configurations.

  • You can point your A records you compote post your your sub domains.

  • You can do your MX records, all of that kind of stuff, right, And that is infrastructure as a service.

  • So basically what you're doing is there pointing that a record to a specific I p address you're pointing.

  • See names to sub domains or two domain names.

  • And basically, you're able to put all of these configurations into your D.

  • N s record, but then passed that that's all you got, right?

  • If you don't build a server and deploy website, then D N s really isn't going to do anything for anybody, right?

  • Your users, they're not going to be long into D.

  • N s and doing anything.

  • Hopefully, it shouldn't be He's gonna be doing anything right.

  • Basically, Deanna's is just d n s right to think about that with things like eight of us.

  • Glacier.

  • So he ws glacier is a storage solution from Amazon That is absolutely awesome for offsite backup.

  • So it's a low cost store solution for backing up your infrastructure so well, your server.

  • So let's say you're needing backup.

  • Your servers.

  • You need to back up your data bases.

  • Basically, you need it someplace off.

  • Site of that again.

  • If a tornado or something happens on wipes out your building, you know your data is secure somewhere.

  • Well, if you look at something like eight of us Glacier with A W s glacier, all you get is the stories, right?

  • This is not something like Google Drive.

  • So Google Drive is software as a service.

  • So what's the difference between Google driving something like eight of us stories?

  • Well, with Google drive right.

  • When you create your Google drive account for storage, you actually get a web interface, right?

  • So you you create the account, you create the account for your users.

  • Your users can log in to to the website and actually be able to interact with the data that's stored up there.

  • The files, the folders, they can download things.

  • They can upload things.

  • They can put a little piece of synchronization software onto their computer toe, have their computer backup Thio Google drive the whole nine yards.

  • So when you look at Google Drive, the reason Google Drive is software as a service is because it is a complaint.

  • Product is a piece of a software that you're simply paying for as a service.

  • Another hand.

  • On the other hand, you too, you know, Bill's glacier or any of the other eight of US storage solutions and all you get is storage and they tell you how to connect to it.

  • And then you can figure out how to do everything else, right?

  • So if you're going to use something like eight of us Glacier, they just give you the story.

  • They don't give you this software in order to connect to the storage.

  • They don't give you the things so that you're in.

  • Users are able to do stuff with a storage.

  • Basically, all they give you a story now.

  • This was a big deal about 10 years ago, so when eight of us toward was still a pretty new thing, and a lot of the I t people were like, Yes, this is gonna be awesome.

  • Literally one of the biggest issues you ran into one of the biggest issues you ran into us.

  • We didn't know how to connect to it because again, if you're using FTP, doing some like FTP is relatively easy, right?

  • There's all these other story ways to connect with things like story when eight of us glacier came out or what AWS storage solutions came out.

  • One of the big problems ah lot of I t people had is we wanted to use the storage, but we weren't sure what products would allow us to actually use that store.

  • So if you're gonna use something like eight of us Glacier, basically what happens is you can have a backup solution on your stir vor or on your restored solution or whatever else, and that back up software will connect to eight of us glacier so that you can back up to glacier.

  • But eight of us really doesn't provide you the functionality.

  • What eight of us does is it provides you the storage and it provides you how to connect.

  • This is this is what your software needs to dio in order to connect to our storage past that you can figure it the hell out on your own.

  • And so that's what we're talking about.

  • We're talking about I A s infrastructure as a storage.

  • You're thinking about things like, basically, is like D.

  • N s.

  • You're thinking about things like load balancing load.

  • Balance season is a great example of infrastructures of service.

  • So if you're gonna load balance traffic going to multiple servers, right, you can set up load balancing.

  • But without the servers, without the service is set up on the servers and all the other stuff that load balancing doesn't really do anything for you.

  • And so that's what you're gonna be thinking about.

  • What I A s is.

  • All of these cloud service is that could be provided to you that on their own, if you just have them, you just have that is basically worthless.

  • But what you do is kind of like Legos.

  • You plug all of these different products, these infrastructure as a service solutions to gather, and then that's where you can get your overall infrastructures.

  • And we're talking about A S.

  • That's the kind of thing that we're talking about.

  • Now, when we're talking about infrastructure as a service again, this is a kind of a concept in the technology world, and then you have different vendors that provide specific products.

  • So what you're going to have to do is you're going to have to look and see what your specific situation requires.

  • And then, based off of that, you can go out and you can start looking at the different vendors.

  • And then you can start looking at the different products those vendors offer.

  • Now it is very important to be thinking about this again, depending on what your specific requirements are, because the different vendors that are available they many times will specialize in different product areas.

  • Eso If you're trying to do things that has something like machine learning, you may want to focus more on Microsoft azure versus something like I be EMS I.

  • A s solutions.

  • So one of things you're really going to have to be thinking about is really what solutions are required for your particular situation and then from there, go and look at all the products and look at all the different vendors.

  • And then again, as I say with a lot of this kind of stuff.

  • It's simply a paint by numbers of Okay, I need this entity, this entity, this and this company does all of those things.

  • So therefore, I will buy that one company again.

  • It is important in the cloud world that you do not become a some kind of fan Boy, you don't say I buy Microsoft or I buy eight of us and I won't.

  • I won't go with any other vendor because at the other end of the day, if eight of us doesn't provide you, the service is that you need.

  • Then frankly, you need to go with a different vendor, So this is something to think about.

  • So with that, let's go over to the computer.

  • I'll show you some of the different vendors out there again.

  • We'll show you IBM.

  • I'll show you Microsoft and I'll show you a W s just to kind of give you the idea of all the different kinds of service is that are available with infrastructure as a service.

  • So you could get a better idea how you might be able to implement this into your own environment.

  • So to start with we'll start with good old IBM.

  • So it is important to remember that IBM exists.

  • I know for a lot of young folks out there, IBM is a company from the seventies or eighties, and you probably don't think about it a lot anymore.

  • But IBM really is pushing into the cloud computing sphere, and they have a lot of good products that are available.

  • And especially if you're looking at deploying for an enterprise environment, they may be offering you things that other companies can't for whatever it is that you require.

  • Now, when you start thinking about infrastructure of the service again, remember, there's a lot of different types of service is out there that you may need.

  • You know, you got to compute and you've got the network.

  • You've got the databases, you've got the analytics.

  • These are the types of things that you may normally think about, but something that thing thinking about again in this modern world is there are Blockchain service's that are available there.

  • R I O.

  • T.

  • And mobile service is that are available.

  • There's a I and security service is that are available so again, if you don't necessarily want to spend up your own solutions for things like artificial intelligence or block chain or anything like that.

  • You might be able to go to one of these infrastructure as a service providers and actually simply be able to purchase a service from them that does whatever you need to accomplish.

  • So again we go down.

  • We take a look at things like Compute So again, bare metal servers.

  • You know, cloud virtual servers, mass storage servers that got all kinds of different servers here.

  • Those are things that you could be thinking about for again.

  • How you want to actually deploy your code into the real world.

  • We scroll down, you can see networking.

  • So with networking again, when you think about infrastructure is a service, things such as content delivery networks, eso, content delivery networks basically act is kind of like a cashing service for when people are trying to get to your content.

  • So that might be something that's useful for you again.

  • Load balancer.

  • So actually using one of their load balancers in orderto balance traffic to the servers that you have things like network security.

  • So again, especially if you have servers up in the cloud traffic is going to go into those servers as you're trying to think about again.

  • How to block ports.

  • Basically, how to provide more security for those virtual machines.

  • Something think about is simply to buy purchase and infrastructure as a service for things like network security.

  • If we scroll down, we could see other things again.

  • All kinds of different storage solutions.

  • Here, they've got these packs.

  • They got management options for you.

  • Security things like an app i d ad authentication to web and mobile app, including through social law.

  • Get so this this may be a very important thing for you, right?

  • You come up with a great idea for some kind of mobile or cloud Quale product you want to give to your end users.

  • But something to be very concerned about is how are you going to deal with the A log in process for dealing with that application.

  • So simply purpose ing a service such as like an app I D service from IBM.

  • That may be a way to give you that authentication functionality that you need without having to deal with the servers.

  • Get network security.

  • S S l ke protect a whole bunch of different things.

  • You have databases.

  • So depending on what kind of databases, you might be running anything for my sequel to Mongo D be all kinds of different databases and analytics.

  • So if you wanna track the analytics for what's going on with your product or service is out in the real world on, then you have things such as a eyes and actually have a I service is for you.

  • They may want to tie into what you're doing and then beyond that again I O.

  • T and mobile.

  • So these are some of the things to be thinking about either.

  • Some of this service is that you can simply purchase or basically rent, you know, for a monthly fee from a company like IBM.

  • And now you no longer have to worry about buying physical servers and figuring out we're going to store the physical servers and worrying about those damn CPU fans when they fail.