2-DAY PUBLIC SESSION | 3-DAY VIRTUAL SESSION | 21 PDUs
Make sense of what the cloud is, and how to plan your cloud deployment.
Discover the potential of cloud computing in this fast paced, interactive course. Gain an understanding of the history and concepts associated with cloud computing, as well as a technical overview of the security aspects of cloud computing.
You will also learn about specific cloud computing reference architectures, along with insights from implementation of cloud computing technologies.
Most modules will end with hands-on labs to reinforce the subject matter just covered. In addition, several case studies will be incorporated throughout the class for further discussion. Additional resources will be available throughout the class hosted in the cloud.
This course concludes with a discussion of best practices that can be used for finalizing your cloud computing deployment.
Top 10 Reasons to Take This Course:
- Learn cloud terminology and buzzwords to communicate effectively with your peers
- Understand how cloud design and delivery models can help your company
- Discover who the major cloud vendors are and what they offer
- Understand the NIST cloud standards
- Build a successful business case for moving into the cloud
- Deal with security risks in the cloud
- Understand what virtualization can do for you
- Plan security controls
- Create a Service Level Agreement that works
- Learn effective Best Practices for cloud computing
What You Will Learn:
- Overview and history of cloud computing
- Cloud deployment models, reference architectures, and actors
- Cloud computing implementations and design consideration insights
- Cloud computing security concerns and challenges
- The business case for moving to the cloud
- Governance and policy aspects of cloud computing
- Virtualization essentials
- Legal and compliance aspects of cloud computing
- Auditing and assessment techniques
- Checklists and Best Practices for moving to the aspects of cloud computing
Who Should Attend:
Organizational decision makers and those interested in broad exposure to relevant aspects of cloud computing, including:
- IT managers seeking basic cloud computing knowledge
- Technical professionals
- Developers who need to understand the promise of cloud computing.