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Burst In (Erl, Naserpour)

Burst In


Bursting in from a public cloud is based on a comparable cloud architecture, resulting in an interaction scenario similar to the one just described. The primary difference is in Step 4. When bursting in from a public cloud, IT resources are typically released and moved back to the resource pool after the cloud service instances are deleted.

Burst In

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Burst In

This pattern is covered in CCP Module 5: Advanced Cloud Architecture.

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