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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 in today's video, I want to talk about Mads or Metal as a service.

  • So we thought about some forest service.

  • We thought about platforms, a service.

  • We've talked about infrastructure as a service, and so now I want to go into a metal as a service.

  • So what is a medal as a service?

  • Essentially, metal as a service is the concept of you being able to rent bear servers from some vendor or provider.

  • So we talk about software as a service.

  • Basically, what you're doing is you're essentially renting the software from a provider that offers you access to that software in the clown.

  • So if you're using Salesforce or you're using Gmail, you're using QuickBooks online, any of that.

  • Essentially, they've built the software.

  • There is an interface for you, so you can actually go and use whatever that software is.

  • And so you're able to access it that way.

  • You're renting.

  • Basically, you're renting this software we talked about a platform is a service basically the idea here is that you create the code you created whatever code you want to create, whether it's a website or whether it's some kind of notification system, something like that.

  • Basically, you need somewhere to put that code where it will actually run.

  • And so he used some kind of platform as a service provider or infrastructure as a service, basically, with infrastructure is a service.

  • That's where you look at things like D.

  • N S.

  • D.

  • N S is the old school infrastructure is a service.

  • Anything about D.

  • N s.

  • You think about load balancing and you think about storage such as AWS, Glacier Glacier or as your block storage or blobs to worry about something like that.

  • That infrastructure is a service, but metal is a service is basically the question about Well, here's the thing.

  • I don't really want to buy a physical server, right?

  • If you go out there and you buy a physical server, it's gonna cost you a significant amount of money up front.

  • And there's reasons that you may not want to do that one.

  • Just do you have for 5 $10,000 to drop on a server.

  • That's the first question and then also there's things like a tax liability.

  • So when you purchase a $10,000 server, how that's dealt with from a tax perspective is different than where if you could just rent a server, right?

  • So if you if you pay a monthly fee for a server, you're gonna actually deduct that that complete amount off on your taxes.

  • But if you buy a server or some weird tax liability stuff that goes into that, so here's the question is like, Well, you know, I want Maur than simply the platform of service, right?

  • I want to be able write my code, but I want to do a lot more With that code, right?

  • I want to be able to manage the operating system itself.

  • I wanna be able to manage those low level permissions.

  • I may even want to be able to do things like be able to interact with the Jeep use for artificial intelligence or machine learning.

  • S O.

  • My code can use the GPU to run faster.

  • And so basically the idea with metal as a service is you simply go out and you rent a dedicated server that you're able to load an operating system on and then more or less, you have full control of that dedicated server on.

  • So there's a lot of reasons that you may want to do this type of thing again.

  • You're gonna be building your own clusters for some reason.

  • If you're going to be again doing things like artificial intelligence for machine learning, if you just want raw performance, I've rented dedicated servers in the past.

  • Oh, from A from a pure performance play.

  • It's amazing for about the same price point that you would pay for a rather high end.

  • A virtual private server.

  • You can get a dedicated server, and the performance you will get out of that dedicated server will just blow and the virtual server just out of the water.

  • So maybe there's something that you're doing that you want that extra performance.

  • And so that's where metal as a service comes.

  • And now, again, with any of the vendors that you go out and deal with what functionality, What features what options they offer is completely up to them, right.

  • So if you go out and you're going to rent a dedicated server, you're gonna use metal as a service on your thinking about.

  • Well, you know, that sounds good.

  • You know what you're talking about?

  • Sounds good.

  • I want to be able to load my own operating system on to a dedicated server somewhere.

  • So yeah, I will.

  • I'll guess I'll just go with, you know, go down here.

  • Some provider that offers a dedicated server one of things that you do have to think about is that they many times will give you the options of the operating systems that you're allowed to install.

  • So they might tell you specific versions of a bunk to tell you specific versions of sent OS.

  • And so if you're coming out, let's it with FreeBSD.

  • Let's hear like, Oh, what I'm trying to run.

  • We need FreeBSD.

  • So I'm going to go with a dedicated server.

  • This whole medal is a service idea, and I'll install FreeBSD onto on these dedicated servers that I'm renting.

  • Just realize that the company, the vendor that you're dealing with, might not allow that.

  • Essentially, this is basically what they do is it's essentially like an imaging type software.

  • It's an imaging type process on, so they have images of different operating systems.

  • When did they have different windows?

  • Operating systems have different Lennox operating systems, and they have other type of things, like some of the vendors actually have.

  • The VM where hyper visors so you can adjust.

  • Install avian where hyper visor onto the dedicated server so they can then spend on instances on that being where.

  • Hyper visor.

  • But here's the thing.

  • You are able to install what they'll have you to install.

  • So again, if you come in with your FreeBSD, if they don't allow the option for FreeBSD, you might run into problems that way.

  • So all we're talking about his mettle is a service is essentially, you're able to rent dedicated servers from the service providers.

  • Sometimes you can rent them hourly.

  • Sometimes you can rent the monthly.

  • Sometimes you have to do multi year contracts again.

  • That gets into the business.

  • Rome.

  • But the basic concept here is you're renting these dedicated servers from these vendors that that way you don't have to buy the server yourself.

  • You don't have to worry about the data center itself.

  • You don't have to worry about a lot of things.

  • You can simply spin up a server, get all the access to the bare metal resource is that could be very, very fast.

  • Um, and you can actually do that.

  • So with that, let's go over the computer so I can show you some of the options you have out there with metal as a service.

  • Because this is one of those things.

  • I think a lot more companies really need to think about again.

  • We start thinking about the cloud.

  • You get a lot of people out there like Oh, you know, I don't trust Google for a hurry or I don't trust eight of us.

  • Well, again, we start talking about the clap.

  • The cloud is just a concept.

  • It's just It's just a way of thinking about your infrastructure so you could have a dedicated server where you configure you have root level access to that server.

  • You can figure everything for that server to do everything that it needs.

  • It's simply sitting in somebody else's data center.

  • So again, you don't have to worry about all the stuff that goes into you actually having to build your own data center out.

  • So let's go with a computer and I can show you some of the options that some of the service providers will offer you.

  • So here we are, at the good old a standard go, Daddy.

  • So again, go, daddy dot com is not who I would use if I'm trying to build some kind of large scale infrastructure.

  • But if all I'm trying to do is, let's say, spin up a website that I think is going to get hammered by a lot of users simply buying one or two dedicated servers from someplace like Go, Daddy, maybe only you need again to be clear.

  • If you're gonna be spending up a dozen servers, you're gonna have a complicated infrastructure.

  • Go.

  • Daddy is not who I would go for.

  • But if you're some, you know, mid sized company.

  • You've got some kind of Web app that your people are gonna be interacting with you through.

  • You want some better performance?

  • Simply going with something like a go daddy server.

  • Maybe the way to go for you, Sonu, get dedicated server hosting.

  • If we go down here, we can see the different options.

  • And again, the prices really are not that bad.

  • So if you go for the economy option, it starts at $89 a month.

  • Again, Whenever you're dealing with these cloud service providers, make sure you know the difference between the initial cost and the ongoing cost.

  • Because this really is tedious.

  • This is one of things that I really hate.

  • I don't want to beat up on go Daddy too much for it because a lot of companies do it, but it is idiotically obnoxious.

  • So it starts at $90 then when you renew, it goes up to 100 and $70 right?

  • So for your business or organization reading your own pocket, that could be a hell of a hit.

  • So do make sure you know not only what the initial price is going to be, but what the following price is gonna be again.

  • This is the value.

  • Starts at 104 comes up the $200 you know, deluxe goes, goes from 132 to 50.

  • Ultimate goes from 1 82 3 49 So be very careful when it whatever your budgeting things for, like, cloud purchases, always budget based off of what the renewal price will be.

  • Not awful.

  • What the initial price will be because again, like you're spitting on multiple servers again, like, let's say we go, Daddy, you're gonna spend up, Let's say, three server.

  • So three servers at 180 bucks apiece.

  • You know, that comes out that $540 per month.

  • So $540 per month for a midsized company or even a small company in order to give yourself some high performance infrastructure, That may make a lot of sense.

  • But if it goes from 540 then it goes all the way up to 10,000 or notes I'm sorry.

  • Goes up to 1000 50 right?

  • The difference 25 under 40 and 1000 50 per month is very significant.

  • So do be careful with the prices.

  • But we got to come down here.

  • We take a look.

  • What?

  • They offer us A four CPU cores.

  • At 3.1 gigahertz, you get four gigs of Ram.

  • You know, one terabyte of storage UNM eater bandwidth.

  • So, again, this is one thing that you don't have to think about, depending on what service is you're gonna be offering what you're gonna be using the service Server four is what is the band with like so some some band with is unlimited other bandwidth.

  • You get one terabyte, some places you get 20 terabytes.

  • You know, if all you're doing is a database, if all you're doing is a website than one, terror by Max isn't gonna matter again for something like a like a commuter guy dot com or fail normal dot com.

  • If I had one terabyte of band with per month, that would be fine for the website itself because all of the video streaming actually comes from the video platform.

  • But on the other hand, if I was gonna be hosting all of those videos myself on my own infrastructure, then I would probably want, you know, 20 or 30 terabytes of bandwidth.

  • So that's something you have to think about.

  • I p addresses.

  • You know how many I P addresses you get?

  • This may be valuable for you or not.

  • And again, you can see for $90 this is what you get for 100 $4.

  • Starting for four CPU is eight gigs of RAM, 1.5 terabytes.

  • You up to 131 to 16 gigs around two terabytes and you go up to the 180.

  • That gets you 32 gigs of RAM and two terabytes.

  • And this is one of things where you're going to have to actually start to be a realtor, act professional and figure out what you're what resource is you actually need, right?

  • I know a lot of geeks out there.

  • They always like to go for the most impossible.

  • They always like to go for the most resource.

  • It's possible.

  • Well, if I can buy 32 gigs of Ram, I'm gonna buy 32 gigs around again.

  • If all you're doing is running a word for us site, basically, you're just running a WordPress.

  • I was gonna get a few 1000 visitors per day.

  • You know, I would go for four, maybe eight.

  • Just to be on the safe side.

  • I might go with, like, eight Gigs of Ram.

  • There was no way in hell leaving 32 gigs around.

  • On the other hand, if you're going to be doing encoding process is so you're gonna put let's ff mpeg on this particular server and you got a new video encoding.

  • Then you do start need to start figuring out how much ram you actually need.

  • So these are some things.

  • Think about, uh then we go down, we can see the host server Eso again.

  • One thing to be thinking about when it says CPU cores at 3.1 gigahertz, one of problems you get to in the cloud world is what the hell does actually any of this actually mean?

  • Like, that doesn't mean a whole bunch.

  • So for you, depending on what you're gonna be using, what you're gonna be running, you want to look to see what the actual servers are.

  • So here they say, processor type, you get one of those eon e 3-12 to 0 hyphen the three.

  • And so basically, what you can dio is depending on what stuff Where you're gonna be running on your particular dedicated server.

  • You can see if this will be good enough for you.

  • Uh, generally again to be clear.

  • By and large, something like one of these EON servers should be fine.

  • But you know, you never know.

  • So just verify before you take out a year or two contract processor memory again tells you 32 gig E C.

  • C it tells you what the DDR three gives you bad information processor cash so on and so forth.

  • So these are some of the things you need to think about.

  • Then you can go down and you can look at the other things that they give you with a dedicated server, things like a C panel.

  • All right, So if you're if you're going to be needing a control panel in order to configure your server, right, So if all you want is sshh into your server unless you're gonna be running Lennox, you just have S s a You're gonna be running your own stuff.

  • Then you may not need C panel.

  • On the other hand, again, if you're gonna be running in websites and running other things if you're gonna have other users other let's say administrators having to deal with your dedicated server, you may want something like in control panels of something you think about, um it gives you some other kinds of information.

  • You know, that kind of stuff that we can come down here, you can see the different levels of management so self, self managed, managed and fully managed.

  • So this could be valuable for you.

  • If you don't have a lot of tech support within your company, let's say you're you're one geek in your company or you only have a couple of people.

  • And so you're worried about Oh, what happens if my server crashes right?

  • So I rent a dedicated server.

  • But what if there's a problem with that dedicated server?

  • That's beyond my knowledge?

  • Well, one of things you can do is you can actually get full of fully managed server.

  • So what a fully managed server does it is.

  • It allows you to do a lot of the configurations, But then, if there needs to be any kind of trouble shooting, they have technicians on staff that can troubleshoot your server for you.

  • So this is where we talk about things like a maintenance contracts or service contracts.

  • Basically, that's what we're talking about here in the Cloud World is with his manager or these fully managed options.

  • Basically, think of these as service contracts that probably run into it was again any time there.

  • Any time you get something, you lose something, right?

  • So if you look at the self managed, what you can see here is for as far as operating systems are concerned.

  • You get sent OS six or seven you can install.

  • You do fedora 20 and 22 or you do a bun, too, right?

  • So if you do self man, you're the one responsible for the surfer.

  • You get these options of operating systems that you can install.

  • You do manage or fully manage.

  • You get sent OS six.

  • That's all you get.

  • So again, that's one of it's not a good thing.

  • It's not a bad thing.

  • That's just how it is.

  • If you want to be completely responsible for your servers, you get all these options.

  • If you want help with your servers from the company you're locked into.

  • This particular operating system they have monitoring service is they offer no proactive network and host again.

  • This could be nice to give you alerts if there was any kind of problem again, if you're self managed to give you some monitoring, if it's managed or fully managed, it actually gives you Cem Cem, different monitoring options patching.

  • So basically, if it's manager fully manage, they do the packing for you.

  • It's self manage.

  • You've got to do the packing for yourself a root access, and so this might.

  • This is something that's important.

  • So we get a root access actually being able to have access to your server at the absolute root level under self man that you get that under managed and fully managed.

  • You don't control panels back ups, migrations, dedicated eyepiece To get one dedicated I p With self managed, you get three with the man that in the fully managed on and again this is this is the things that kind of get a little weird like, Why do you only get one i p for self managed and you get three i.

  • P.

  • S.