The OSI Model | Cloud Simplified
The Open Systems Interconnection model, or OSI Model, is a conceptual model that describes the different layers of a networking or telecommunication system. Rather than focusing on the underlying technology in each layer, the OSI Model separates the flow of data into seven abstraction layers to help give a visual description of how data flows in a networking system.
0:00 – Intro
1:33 – Visualizing The Flow of Data
2:20 – Hardware Layers
3:56 – Software Layers
5:14 – Recap
6:15 – Outro
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