Cloud Computing vs On-Premise Infrastructure Solutions
Over this course, you’ll learn the different types of infrastructure that are available to organisations and the advantages of each, course topics are as follows:
* An overview of the different types of IT infrastructure
* Allocating resources using public and private cloud services as well as some information on cloud networking
* Some details for on-premise environments and how this would compare to a public or private cloud.
* An overview of the advantages of using a hybrid solution within your organisation
* How to connect on-premise and cloud solutions to each other, which is often required even if your company is only using cloud for backups.
* An overview of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and how they work in relation to on-premise, cloud and hybrid solutions.
* A comparison of the different costs to expect when choosing an infrastructure solution
* An overview of licensing and data backups
Note that whilst the contents of this course are intended to provide a basic understanding of IT infrastructure types, specific requirements are unique to each organisation, meaning that you should analyse your own environment carefully before making any large financial decisions and seek professional advice from either the cloud provider of your choice and also any equipment manufacturers, as they can advise on any specifics that are unique to them.
What is Everything Else?
Everything Else is a product category on Amazon that is meant to be a catch-all for items that don’t fit into any other categories. Over time, as the Amazon catalog has grown and more specific product categories have been added, Everything Else has become less useful and more of a junkyard for cast off and forgotten listings.
Until recently, however.
Why are items listed in Everything Else when they shouldn’t be?
The answer to this is fairly simple. Some sellers are using Everything Else as an opportunity to get around Amazon’s gated category requirements. For example, DVDs with an MSRP of over $25 are now Selling certain products and bran… More and require permission to list. So we’ve seen some sellers create new listings in Everything Else to get around these requirements. We’ve noticed similar “workarounds” for other gated or Selling certain product categorie… More categories as well.
Amazon doesn’t like this. It just makes the catalog more of a mess than it already is and ends up creating a worse customer experience.