Alibaba Fundamentals - Elastic Compute Service (ECS)
Elastic Compute Service
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This course introduces you to Alibaba’s Elastic Compute Service, or ECS, one of the most common services within the Alibaba platform. It is a high-performance, stable, reliable, and scalable compute service that allows you to deploy virtual servers within your Alibaba Cloud environment. Most people will require some form of ECS Instance running within their environment as a part of at least one of their solutions.
This course covers the following components:
- ECS Concepts
- ECS Instances
- ECS Images
- ECS Storage
- ECS Snapshots
- ECS Security Groups and
- ECS Networks
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This course is designed for IT professionals who are just starting out in the world of Alibaba Cloud and want to know more about the ECS service it offers.
To get the most from this course, you should already have some basic knowledge of cloud computing. If you would like to brush up on your knowledge before taking this course, please consider taking our What is Cloud Computing? course.
Hello and welcome to this introduction to Alibaba’s Elastic compute Service or ECS. The Elastic Compute Service or ECS is one of the most common services within the Alibaba platform. This allows you to deploy virtual servers within your Alibaba Cloud environment. Most people will require some form of ECS Instance running within their environment as a part of at least one of their solutions. In this introduction to the Alibaba Cloud ‘Elastic Compute Service’, I will cover the following main components: ECS Concepts, ECS Instances, ECS Images, ECS Storage, ECS Snapshots, ECS Security Groups, and ECS Networks.
David has been a trainer with QA for over 12 years and has been training cloud technologies since 2017. Currently certified in Microsoft and Alibaba cloud technologies David has previously been a system and Network administrator amongst other roles.
Currently, he is a Principle Technology Learning Specialist (Cloud) at QA. He loves nothing more than teaching cloud-based courses and also has a passion for teaching PowerShell scripting.
Outside of work, his main love is flying Radio control airplanes, and teaching people to fly them.