you need to learn Hybrid-Cloud RIGHT NOW!!

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You need to learn hybrid cloud right now wait why though what is that i mean by now you know that you need to learn cloud right it's i mean you look around it's everywhere it seems like everyone's throwing all their apps up there actually stop it don't do that not everything needs to go in the cloud and that's the idea behind hybrid cloud and that's what we're talking about in this Video we'll talk about on-prem infrastructure versus the cloud what needs to go up there and what needs to stay down and beyond that i actually have two huge problems with hybrid cloud two beefs that i want to get off my chest and then i'll talk about the solution we have as well and a huge shout out to the sponsor of this video dell and dell technologies cloud we'll talk about them later too so Here we go so real quick let's do an on-prem versus public cloud i mean what does that even mean so we'll start with this every app every service every website you use they have some sort of infrastructure they need things like servers routers switches databases firewalls pretty much every company needs infrastructure like this including which is a real coffee website check it out but anyways My company my coffee website my app like anything else on the internet needs things like these infrastructure traditionally this stuff lives in my data center actually it lives in my house you want to see it so here's my data center in my house it's my own little private cloud and these two bad boys right here they're my dell servers they run my house and my business This is what we commonly refer to as on-prem or on-premises on-premises i don't know how to say it how do you say it comment down below no idea i just say on-prem this is how we've done things forever and really still do now i love this because i have control it's my data center my servers my databases my router switches and firewalls and they're mine because i i bought them And these aren't exactly cheap in fact that's one of the biggest reasons that people are looking to the cloud i mean look at this 119 000 for a server 47 000 for a router and we're not even done yet it's these crazy initial costs that make people look up they look to the cloud instead of buying a hundred thousand dollar server myself I can go to aws rent one of their servers and pay 10 cents an hour that's a lot easier to swallow isn't it and that's really all the cloud is you're renting someone else's servers instead of buying your own but again it's super attractive and this becomes an operational expense or opex expense versus a capital expenditure or capex that's boring financial stuff let's forget about that right now but cost is not the only thing that makes The cloud lit being able to expand and grow make servers out of thin air in just a few clicks a few moments that's what makes the cloud kind of amazing kind of magical like for example my coffee website let's say it starts to take off like watch out starbucks i'm coming for you and i get just a ton of traffic it's killing me my servers are screaming my router's saying help what Do i do why i can either sell less coffee which i'm not going to do or i can go out and buy more servers more routers more switches to accommodate this increase in traffic but that's expensive and it takes time weeks months expertise i got time for that both the cloud with a few clicks i can take one server and turn that sucker into two into three four five a million or just however many I need and then make them go away when i'm done now the last thing is probably the best thing about the cloud it's the features it has we can do things in the cloud that we can't do over here on prem at least not well one of those things is a big buzz word in the industry right now it's micro services and i say it right now it's been around for a bit but it's still hot Now what this basically means and it's a pretty big shift we're changing the way we do it and one of the big things is we change the way we deploy our apps now normally network chuck coffee might be one big app one big fat app deployed on a typical on-prem infrastructure like this servers databases networks routers switches all that kind of stuff the new and dare i say cool way to do things Is micro services instead of doing this one big fat app we'll break up the app into smaller pieces smaller services developers love this they can update their apps really quickly they can write their code faster a lot of benefits from this but what this also involves is doing away with the old way of doing things old data center technology old on-prem stuff instead of deploying our apps to a server with virtual machines Like we do on-prem we'll deploy our apps inside things called containers each app will have its own container and we can deploy a lot of these it's super fast i mean if you're curious about what a container is because it is a whole big thing i've actually got a video right here and then we'll use this thing called kubernetes which is a tool that can help us deploy containers help us manage them network Them together it's crazy and i say all this just to say this is micro services and this is the new way that developers and i i.t departments want to design their applications it's the way i want network chuck coffee to be built but these features like containers and kubernetes these are what we commonly refer to as cloud native features cloud native tools meaning that if you want to deploy containers and kubernetes And do things the new cool fast way the best way to do it is in the cloud at least that's been the case for a very long time but it's going to be a bit different now i'll tell you more about it here in a moment but traditionally the cloud's been the best place to do this because it has all these features baked in all the tools to do this are right there whereas on-prem over here not really Built for that now i know i'm making the cloud look pretty good and the choice might be obvious duh let's go to the cloud let's put everything in the cloud let's do it right now no bad don't do that i know it's tempting i know it's attractive but not everything should go in the cloud so for example network coffee it makes a lot of sense for me to put my application in the cloud for the elasticity of it to expand And grow rapidly when i need to if i have a lot of coffee orders but you probably didn't know this i have a secret government contract i'm the official coffee supplier of the cia in the nsa not really but imagine if i was i would have super secret servers that only they could access secure coffee delivery straight to the nsa by the way if y'all are watching i would love to supply your coffee just Just saying now the nsa and the cia they have some crazy security requirements and compliance rules that have to go by so much so that i can't put my stuff in the cloud there are rules preventing me from doing that i have to keep these stuff in my own private data center where i have more control and i can satisfy their rules now this is a silly example but this is real there are tons of guidelines that people Have to go by different rules and compliances they have to go through gpdr or gdpr i always confuse those and that's just one example you might have apps that have a tremendous amount of storage requirements and that would be really expensive in the cloud you might have apps that need low latency they need to be right next to your end users and putting them in the cloud Is not performing well so you want to keep those in-house keep those in your own data center so now we're at the point where you're thinking okay well what do i do chuck tell me what do i do is it cloud is it is it on-prem what the answer is yes the answer is both that's where hybrid cloud comes into play hybrid cloud is what we see a lot of companies doing in fact most companies do this when it makes Sense put apps in the cloud when it doesn't keep them on prem now technically this is hybrid cloud but i don't like it actually i've got two beefs with hybrid cloud right now two problems that we need to fix my first problem is this in a lot of ways the cloud is better it has better features it's it's cooler why can't my on-prem infrastructure be more cloudy and then honestly vice Versa there's some things i like about on-prem the way we manage our infrastructure i wish that was kind of the same way in the cloud we actually do have a solution to that by the way i'll cover it here in a moment but first my second beef and it bleeds right into this hybrid cloud is cool but it's a huge huge management problem for your on-prem Environment you have people you have staff you have network engineers you've got server admins these people are trained in specialized skills to manage your on-prem infrastructure but that's not the only place you have infrastructure now you got stuff up in the cloud which means you need another set of people people who understand the cloud people who can manage it and often we don't Have those people right we force our network and server admins to learn the cloud which again is a huge pain point i've got two places i'm managing my infrastructure and it's kind of a pain and it's actually worse than that because most often it's not just one cloud like yeah your company may be using aws but they're probably also using azure microsoft azure and they're probably using google cloud gcp You see most companies on average use around five different cloud providers and you might be thinking why well because some cloud providers have better features some have lower cost and it does make sense to use different cloud vendors this is actually a thing called multi-cloud we're talking about hybrid cloud now we're talking about multi-cloud so now here's our problem we have multi-cloud right we're using aws Azure google cloud they don't all do things the same way they all have their own portal their own set of services they all have their own way of deploying virtual machines micro services storage and each are their own discipline like aws azure google cloud they all have their own set of certifications you can get you can become specialized and focus on these things they require people who know it so are You seeing why i have a problem with this we've got all these different portals that we have to log into and manage including our on-prem environment which will have a whole slew of things we're dealing with so you either have a ton of engineers on staff or just a couple of very very tired stressed out engineers who are about to quit not to mention interoperability working With the clouds between your on-prem and the different clouds and do they work together can we can we move our app this way and that way maybe so those are my two beasts now there is a solution but i wanted to vent get that off my chest again how can i get cloud-like features in my data center how can i solve the administrative burden the management burden of all these different interfaces i have to log into Dell and vmware have been working on a solution to this very problem now i'm a huge fan of both companies of course dell is the sponsor of this video i've used dell servers in the corporate world and also in my own data center right now and i'm currently also using vmware so what are they doing how are they helping us dell makes servers they make the servers that we put in our data center Again this is what i have and any traditional data center on-prem we're going to install vmware esxi this is the type one hypervisor we use to create and manage our virtual machines now hypervisor virtual machine if all that's foreign to you i've got a video right here you can check out so these are the companies that many people use on-prem to manage their data centers to make them happen they out of anyone would know our struggle As we're dealing with hybrid cloud so they came up with a solution and it's it's amazing now let me start with this what if the way we manage our on-prem data centers with vmware dell all the tools we use to do that what if those are the same tools we used to manage our stuff in google cloud azure and aws what if it was all the same that's what they did check this out dell technologies cloud They partnered with vmware vmware cloud foundation and they're doing just that let me explain and i'll start with vmware you can take vmware the vmware you know and love the way you manage your on-prem infrastructure and you can just put that in aws you can put that in azure in google cloud it's called vmware cloud foundation and it's amazing now let me say it again The same tools you use on-prem such as vcenter and vrealize both apps we can use to manage our on-prem data center infrastructure we'll use these same tools to manage our infrastructure in these clouds now let me show you an example of how cool this is one common thing we do with on-prem infrastructure is we move our stuff around maybe we have a virtual machine in one data center and we want to move It to another data center a process called vmotion and vmware here i'm going to show you how we can do vmotion from our data center on-prem to the cloud just like that check it out here i'm managing my local infrastructure i'm going to go to the hybrid cloud feature of vmware and i'm going to start my migration going to migrate these virtual machines select all these guys click next and Here we go i'm going to migrate these to the cloud notice i only dropped one ping and then i can jump over to my portal over here and notice it looks the same because it's the same type of management but this is actually my vmware environment in the cloud and there are my vms that just move there and then i can just scooch them on back let's do that let's migrate them again Do a reverse migration take all those guys and bring them on back so one set of tools to rule them all aws azure google cloud on-prem it's amazing but hold up hold up so far i've only shown you what we normally do in a traditional environment virtual machines that's not very cloudy is it the new thing is micro services containers kubernetes that was my other big beef right like i want my On-premises infrastructure on premises on-prem dude i'm still confused i want that to be more cloudy they did that it's really cool check this out so here on prem our server is dell emc's vxrail they've partnered with vmware cloud foundation to have it baked in tightly engineered perfect ready to go also keep in mind that the same tools features and functions and way we manage it are spread out all over your clouds It's going to cover them up because it doesn't matter we're using vmware cloud foundation it doesn't matter what portal there is we're not logging into the aws portal or logging in and managing it with vcenter with vrealize now vmware cloud foundation is more than just managing virtual machines they call it their sddc or their software defined data center now software defined data center what is That it's a lot too much to explain right now but i want you to think about one word automation it helps you to automate and create things like hey maybe you're networking your data center your virtual machines vms and the thing that helps us become more cloudy remember i mentioned micro services kubernetes containers it can do that with a service called tanzu they've got Everything you need to start using kubernetes which is normally shortened to k8s and you can start building out your containers and your micro service architecture so what am i saying i'm saying that the cool features we love about the cloud being able to use kubernetes and containers and all the things that the cool kids are doing we can now do that on-prem those cloud-native things are now Also native to on-prem you almost can't call it cloud native anymore so now our on-prem is more cloudy in the same way we manage our kubernetes clusters on-prem will be the same way we manage them in the cloud in fact we can orchestrate them between the clouds move them around scale up scale down side to side i don't know dance whatever you want to do it's it's pretty cool hybrid cloud It's the way to go some things do make sense to put in the cloud while other stuff we should probably keep on prem and in this video we talked about what on-prem was and what it looked like compared to the cloud and why the cloud really is amazing like i'm sure after hearing that you're like man i want to throw everything up there but it doesn't make a lot of sense for some things but then i mentioned my two beefs i had with Hybrid cloud and that i wanted my on-prem infrastructure to be more cloudy to have some of those cool cloud features that all the cool kids are using i'm also getting tired of all the management portals i have to log into aws azure google cloud and then managing my on-prem stuff too it's frustrating but dell and vmware are helping us out with that dell technologies cloud Partnering with vmware cloud foundation the way we manage our on-prem infrastructure which is normally through vmware we can now put vmware everywhere vmware and aws cloud google cloud azure and we can manage them all the same way it's basically like all these cloud providers are just your other data centers which is kind of how you want to treat them right you don't want to Manage a million different tool sets and document a million different ways to do things you want just one way to do things that saves you time and money and it kind of saves you from manual error because let's be honest if you have a million different ways to do things odds are you're going to mess up eventually and then the most exciting thing for me is we're able to make our on-prem infrastructure a bit more Cloudy and of course we can still manage our infrastructure the same way if you want to just do typical monolithic applications with virtual machines let's do that we can do on-prem in the cloud we can move around the motion but let's say you want to start doing what the cool kids are doing you want to start doing micro services and deploying containers and kubernetes you can do that too on-prem and anywhere else you want to be Go buy yourself a dell vxrail it's got vmware cloud foundation baked in tightly integrated tightly engineered it's actually a hyper-converged infrastructure which is a topic for another time but it's got everything baked in and you can deploy containers in kubernetes on-prem in the cloud wherever it's it's pretty cool i'm excited about it in case you can't tell and honestly i am because one Of my frustrations with all these new technologies is that there's too much too many tools too many things we have to learn too much complication so i think honestly my favorite thing about this whole thing is that we're empowering engineers the engineers who on-prem have been managing our infrastructures forever the virtualization engineers the vmware Engineers the server admins they have honed their skills and been focusing on making vmware in their environment awesome and now instead of forcing them to learn all these different tool sets we can say hey let's just put what you already know up there and just make you better make your life easier make sure you can go home at night at a reasonable time i'm on board for that i love that anyways guys that's About it huge shout out to dell for sponsoring this video i love what they're doing again i'm a huge fan i've got the servers in my server cabinet right now and if you want to learn more of course i've got links below vmware dell all that they're doing check it out yep that's all i got i'll catch you guys later [Music] foreign

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