Cloud Computing Online Training:
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Cloud Computing Online Training:

Cloud computing is revolutionizing all aspects of IT, including hardware, operating systems and applications. Here you gain the key knowledge and experience required to leverage both the business and technical benefits of cloud computing.
Online Training

  • Online Training can take from your computer at your own pace
  • We Provide Personalized Online Software Training sessions, which are one hour to two hours duration of time and each on the day’s most suited to the Candidates.
  • Depending on the interest and mutual understanding of the student and the trainer, the numbers of sessions are framed.
  • Making student to learn more enthusiastic and natural.
  • Every week new batch will be started.
Public Training

  • Guidance will be given from a certified instructor, with real-life experience.
  • They are open to individuals and groups
  • Replace of ideas with other participants.
Corporate Training

  • The main purpose of the corporate training is to utilize the expertise of experienced trainer for their projects.
  • Depending on the project requirement we will schedule the classes.
Course Content:
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing
    • Defining cloud computing
      • Components of a computing cloud
      • Differentiating types of clouds: public, private, hybrid
    • Delivering services from the cloud
      • Categorizing service types
      • Comparing vendor cloud products: Amazon, Google, Microsoft and others
  • Adopting the Cloud
    • Key drivers of cloud computing solutions
      • Instantaneous provisioning of computing resources
      • Handling varied loads with elasticity and seamless scalability
      • Tapping into an infinite storage capacity
      • Cost-effective pay-as-you-use billing models
    • Evaluating barriers to cloud computing
      • Handling sensitive data
      • Aspects of cloud security
      • Assessing governance solutions
  • Exploiting Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • Characterizing SaaS
      • Minimizing the need for local hardware and software
      • Streamlining administration with centralized installation and updates
      • Optimizing cost and performance with the ability to scale on demand
    • Comparing service scenarios
      • Improving collaboration with business productivity tools
      • Simplifying business process creation by integrating existing components
    • Inspecting SaaS technologies
      • Deploying Web applications
      • Implementing Web services: SOAP, REST
      • Choosing a development platform
  • Delivering Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    • Exploring the technical foundation for PaaS
      • Specifying the components of PaaS
      • Analyzing vendor PaaS provisions
      • Selecting an appropriate implementation
    • Building services with solution stacks
      • Evaluating the architecture of vendor specific platforms
      • Becoming familiar with service platform tools
      • Leveraging the power of scalable middleware
    • Managing cloud storage
      • Controlling unstructured data in the cloud
      • Deploying relational databases in the cloud
      • Improving data availability
    • Employing support services
      • Testing in the cloud
      • Monitoring cloud-based services
      • Analyzing portability across platforms
  • Deploying Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    • Enabling technologies
      • Scalable server clusters
      • Achieving transparency with platform virtualization
      • Elastic storage devices
    • Accessing IaaS
      • Provisioning servers on demand
      • Handling dynamic and static IP addresses
      • Tools and support for management and monitoring
  • Building a Business Case
    • Calculating the financial implications
      • Analyzing current and future computing requirements
      • Comparing in-house facilities to the cloud
      • Estimating economic factors downstream
    • Preserving business continuity
      • Selecting appropriate service-level agreements
      • Safeguarding access to assets in the cloud
      • Security, availability and disaster recovery strategies
  • Migrating to the Cloud
    • Technical considerations
      • Rearchitecting applications for the cloud
      • Integrating the cloud with existing applications
      • Avoiding vendor lock-in
    • Planning the migration
      • Incremental vs
      • one-step solution
      • Selecting a vendor
      • Establishing staff skill requirements