Every few years, a major shift in computing and Information Technology strategy comes along. One of the latest such innovations is Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing holds tremendous potential for organizations of all shapes and sizes.
This course provides foundational knowledge in Cloud Computing components, foundational technologies, architecture, design, and business value. Attendees are provided with a broad survey of Cloud Computing concepts and given an opportunity to explore Cloud from multiple angles.
Moving beyond the fundamentals of Cloud, this workshop also explores the technical underpinnings of the Cloud, including Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Virtualization, Web 2.0, and Software as a Service (SaaS), all from a Cloud Computing perspective. This core background and detailed investigation will provided attendees with an understanding of the internal workings of Cloud environments as well as the external interface that is typically examined.
This course provides a hands-on, workshop environment to enable project teams to explore Cloud components, foundational technologies, architecture, design, and business value. Attendees are provided with a broad survey of Cloud Computing concepts and given an opportunity to explore Cloud from multiple angles. Concepts are reinforced through analysis of real world case studies, group discussion, as well as collaborative group-based exercises designed to put these concepts into practice.
- The Rise of the Cloud
- The Cloud Value Proposition
- Cloud Computing Components
- Categorizing Cloud
- Real World Case Studies
- Cloud Risks and Risk Mitigation
- Adopting Cloud Computing
- Cloud Infrastructure and Tools
- Cloud Security
- Cloud Layers
- SOA and The Cloud
- Virtualization and The Cloud
- Web 2.0 and The Cloud
- SaaS and The Cloud
- Developing for the Cloud
- Information Technology Architects, Developers, Business Analysts, and Managers