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Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS, is a type of cloud service that provides users an instant computing infrastructure that can be provisioned and managed over the internet. In the this lightboard video, Bradley Knapp with IBM Cloud explains the technical underlying components of IaaS, as well as the different consumption models that are available.

Learn more about IaaS: http://ibm.biz/learn-about-iaas

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Check out this lightboard video with Ryan Sumner from IBM Cloud as he discusses the basics of data transfer and maps out on a lightboard how network communication works when transferring data in and out of the cloud.

Learn more about IBM Cloud Direct Link: http://ibm.biz/product-direct-link

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/reg-cloud-lite-account

Virtual Private Cloud, or VPC, allows the user of a cloud environment to define Virtual Private Networks, manipulate them, control them, tear them down, recreate them, and deploy workloads into those definitions. In this video Ryan Sumner with IBM Cloud explains why VPC matters to you and the many advantages you will receive with IBM Cloud VPC. Enterprises that host their business applications and websites on IBM Cloud VPC can take advantage of elastic load balancing and the resiliency of availability zones along with secure virtual firewalls, just to name a few benefits.

Learn more about Virtual Private Cloud: http://ibm.biz/learn-vpc

Check out the IBM Cloud Virtual Private Cloud solution: http://ibm.biz/ibm-cloud-vp

Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud enables enterprises to take on cloud-native development while easing the pain of security and scale across the whole lifecycle of the software and allowing them to get started on their hybrid cloud journey.

Check out this tutorial video with Sai Vennam from IBM Cloud as he walks you through the new OpenShift integrated experience on the IBM Cloud web console, shows you how to create an OpenShift cluster, and showcases some of the new features.

Learn more about Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/rhos-ibm-cloud-prod
Learn more about cloud:
http://ibm.biz/rhos-ibm-cloud-product

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/free

Deploying your applications to Kubernetes doesn't have to be difficult. Check out this quick overview video with Sai Vennam as he goes over the three major ways that you can debug any issue with a Kubernetes deployment.

Note: We accidentally left some small errors in the YAML during post-production:
1. The apiVersion shouldn’t change when upgrading your application.
2. Here’s the valid YAML in a Gist:
https://ibm.biz/BdzH48

Check out the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service: http://ibm.biz/cloud-kubernetes-service

Register to learn more about Kubernetes with drones: https://www.ibm.com/us-en/?ar=1

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/free 

Interested in more lightboarding videos on Kubernetes and containers? Check out our other work:

Kubernetes vs. Docker: It's Not an Either/Or Question:
https://youtu.be/2vMEQ5zs1ko
Kubernetes Explained:
https://youtu.be/aSrqRSk43lY
Container Orchestration Explained:
https://youtu.be/kBF6Bvth0zw
What are Microservices?:
https://youtu.be/CdBtNQZH8a4
What is Knative?:
https://youtu.be/69OfdJ5BIzs
What is Istio?:
https://youtu.be/1iyFq2VaL5Y

In this lightboarding explainer video, Dan Bettinger gives a broad overview of microservices. 

By comparing microservices application architecture with the traditional type of monolithic architecture through the example of a sample ticketing application, Dan lays out the myriad advantages of microservices, as well as solutions they provide to the challenges monoliths present.

For a deeper dive on microservices, go here: https://ibm.biz/product-cloud-native

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/cloud-reg-1

Interested in more lightboarding videos on Kubernetes and containers? Check out our other work:

Kubernetes vs. Docker: It's Not an Either/Or Question:
https://youtu.be/2vMEQ5zs1ko
Kubernetes Explained:
https://youtu.be/aSrqRSk43lY
Container Orchestration Explained:
https://youtu.be/kBF6Bvth0zw
Kubernetes Deployments: Get Started Fast:
https://youtu.be/Sulw5ndbE88
What is Knative?:
https://youtu.be/69OfdJ5BIzs
What is Istio?:
https://youtu.be/1iyFq2VaL5Y

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IBM Cloud Pak for Integration is the industry’s most complete hybrid integration platform designed to support the scale, security, and flexibility required to empower your digital transformation.

This video will provide a high-level overview of the core capabilities and features found in Cloud Pak for Integration, including API lifecycle management, application integration, enterprise messaging, event streams, high-speed data transfer, and more.

Learn more about IBM Cloud Pak for Integration:
https://ibm.co/2Zany89

It can be costly for organizations to build their own physical infrastructure, so many of them are now implementing a virtual infrastructure where they can access enterprise-grade servers and applications via the cloud. However, in order to set up their virtualized environment, they must first set up a virtual networking solution to operate.


Check out this lightboard video with Frank Chodacki from IBM Cloud as he maps what a virtual networking architecture looks like and explains the many benefits it provides users, such as the ability to interconnect between VMs, virtual servers, and other related components in a virtualized computing environment.

Learn more about Networking: http://ibm.biz/cloud-networking-guide

Checkout this VMware Complete Guide: http://ibm.biz/vmware-guide

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/ibm-cloud-free-account

Data migration is the process of transferring data between one computer storage system to another and is crucial for businesses that need server or storage equipment replacements, maintenance or upgrades, application migration, website consolidation, disaster recovery, and data center relocation.

Check out this quick overview video with Katie Morgan as she goes through the three primary factors that you should be considering when you're looking at a data transfer solution.

Learn more about data migration solutions: http://ibm.biz/data-migration-solutions

Get started for free on IBM Cloud:
http://ibm.biz/dl-cloud-account-register

A content delivery network (CDN) is a distributed server network that accelerates internet content delivery to users based on their geographical location. This will help improve your users' website experience and reduce bounced sessions.

Check out this quick overview video with Ryan Sumner as he goes through a scenario where CDN helps make the website load time faster for globally distributed users.

Learn more about content delivery networks: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/networking-a-complete-guide 

Get started with IBM Content Delivery Network:
http://ibm.biz/cloud-cdn 

Get started for free on IBM Cloud:
http://ibm.biz/cdn-cloud-registration

Learn more about Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/rhos-ibm-cloud-prod
Check out this cloud computing complete guide:
http://ibm.biz/complete-computing-guide

Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud combines the management, reliability, and security-rich capabilities of IBM Cloud with the speed, productivity, and automated operations of the Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes platform.

Check out this video with Sai Vennam from IBM Cloud as he explains how Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud will enable you to build and deploy container-based applications with speed and scale on a fully managed, integrated, and reliable platform.

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/free

Take a tour of the IBM Cloud console to learn how you can easily start building right away. Get your account set up, create resources from the IBM Cloud catalog, then manage them from your resource list. Visit the Support page to get help with any issues you might run into. The IBM Cloud documentation is also a helpful resource for walking you through common tasks. https://cloud.ibm.com

In this lightboarding video, Amy Blea gives an overview of two types of traditional cloud storage: block storage and file storage.

What are the advantages of each? How are the two types of storage set up? Which type of storage should you use if you need low latency, high scalability, or the ability to share data with multiple users?

To learn more about block and file storage, visit http://ibm.biz/learn-block-file-storage
Check out IBM Cloud Block Storage:
http://ibm.biz/product-block-storage
Check out IBM Cloud File Storage:
http://ibm.biz/product-file-storage

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: http://ibm.biz/cloud-account-signup

Although virtualization is a well-established technology, it is still a critical part of your modern cloud computing plan. Kaleigh Bovey is going to walk you through an overview of how virtualization works and detail how it is still an integral aspect of your cloud strategy.

From hypervisors to cloud strategy benefits, she's got you covered on all things virtualization.

Learn more about IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions: http://ibm.biz/vmware-solutions

Find out how to modernize and migrate your VM workloads:
http://ibm.biz/vmware-migration-webcast

Get started for free on IBM Cloud: https://cloud.ibm.com/registration

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