Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

Description

Talk about Cloud Computing has spread like a marketing virus. But what is cloud computing, really? How does it work? How can it help IT professionals and businesses of all sizes? In this course, Fundamentals of Cloud Computing, you'll learn the different forms of cloud computing, how they can help you, what makes them so powerful. You'll see numerous hands-on demos of cloud computing solutions including infrastructure as a service and software as a service solution. Finally, you'll learn how to secure your cloud and protect your data in the cloud. When you're done with this course you'll have the skills and knowledge that you need to understand and use cloud computing

Who Should Attend

  • This course is for corporate groups or individuals willing to get a good understanding of the fundamentals of cloud computing
  • Business owners or employees responsible for their company’s Cloud application/ infrastructure
  • This course is essential for you if your company has deployed or is about to deploy any cloud infrastructure or application 
  • This course is for developers who want to know more about cloud computing

Requirements

  • This course does not assume any cloud computing knowledge, however, it is expected the student understands computer operations and application
  • Have a computer preferably a laptop with any of this operating system: Windows or Mac OS X

Content

In this course, we are going to learn about how the cloud works, how it can help you, and the different types of cloud computing. Specifically we will cover:

  1. Infrastructure as a service and how it compares to virtualization
  2. The difference between Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, and Public Cloud
  3. How to migrate to the cloud
  4. How infrastructure as a service networking, security, and storage works
  5. What platform as a service is and how it compares to infrastructure as a service
  6. Finally, how software as a service makes your life easier

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