Cloud Basics: Cloud Beginner

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Explore the core concepts of the Cloud, including the basics of cloud computing, why it's so popular, and where to begin.

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Moving to the Cloud

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    What is Cloud Computing?
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DevOps to CloudOps for Multi-cloud

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Cloud Data Architecture: Cloud Architecture & Containerization

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Moving to the Cloud
In today's IT world, cloud computing is more important than ever. Explore cloud computing characteristics and deployment models, and discover how you can move your business needs to the cloud.
13 videos | 58m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Service Models & Benefits and Issues
The Cloud offers enticing benefits to businesses; however, there are also drawbacks. Explore various cloud service models along with the advantages and disadvantages that the Cloud has to offer.
11 videos | 55m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Introduction
More and more companies today are moving applications and business processes to the cloud. Explore cloud computing, from its inception to its current core attributes and service models.
6 videos | 36m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Considerations
Explore the benefits and drawbacks related to cloud computing for both the IT department and business as a whole. Also, discover different types of services that have become available in the Cloud.
15 videos | 1h 9m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Cloud Virtualization & Data Centers
Modern data center design is highly influenced by requirements of the Cloud to provide a secure, scalable, and highly available infrastructure. Explore technologies, including virtualization, that allow clouds to be a competitive option.
17 videos | 1h 20m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Storing & Managing Cloud Data
Cloud-stored data is available from anywhere with Internet access. Examine enterprise resources in the Cloud and the use of cloud storage services, including applicable security regulations or restrictions.
9 videos | 52m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Cloud Protocols & Standards
Standardization brings more confidence to the public and helps accelerate the acceptance of new technologies. Explore standards and protocols associated with cloud computing, including the use of open-source software.
12 videos | 1h 14m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Migrating to the Cloud
Migrating services to the Cloud has a number of unique challenges. Explore principles of a service-oriented architecture (SOA), and discover how to plan migrating your business solutions to the Cloud.
16 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Cloud Access Control
Securing access to cloud resources helps strengthen compliance and mitigate risk. Explore identity and access management (IAM) basic concepts, federation considerations, and the use of a cloud Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) offering.
13 videos | 1h 4m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Presence & Privacy
Security and privacy are major concerns in cloud computing. Discover the importance of understanding the presence and privacy factors when conducting business in the cloud.
10 videos | 38m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Security
Network infrastructure security is a major concern for most organizations, especially when moving to the Cloud. Explore cloud security challenges and guidelines that can be used to ensure an adequate level of security.
10 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Risk Management
Although most concerns regarding security in the cloud are exaggerated, there are specific areas to be aware of and cautious about. Explore some of the key risk areas and methods that can be used in risk assessment when moving to the Cloud.
9 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Essential Cloud Principles
Use this course to get started with Cloud computing while also preparing yourself to take the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam. Learn how Cloud computer enables convenient on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources. Explore prominent computing models, disadvantages of in-house computing, and benefits of Cloud computing while also examining the required components to set up a cloud computing model and investigate features of cloud service delivery and deployment models. Examine the concept of shared resource pooling, the role of virtualization in cloud models, the lifecycles of applications and services deployed in the cloud, and why cloud is the best choice for resource management and application deployments. Go further by learning to recognize the shared responsibility model adopted by cloud and outline key steps involved in selecting and setting up the right PaaS solution and core components of a cloud infrastructure. Wrap up by practicing an IaaS and PaaS on AWS and Azure. Recap cloud service delivery modules to finish up this course.
14 videos | 1h 30m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Essential Cloud Networking
Cloud networking helps enterprises deliver information rapidly, reliably, and securely without bearing the cost of building and operating their own networks. In this course, you'll investigate the process of migrating to a cloud computing model from a legacy one. You'll explore the concept of a VPC, the key technologies to isolate VPCs from public clouds, and the CSP interface types to manage VPCs. Moving on, you'll examine how a DMZ works in the cloud and how to isolate a single DMZ network from others. You'll also explore how firewalls, the intrusion detection system, and virtual network interfaces work in the cloud. You'll then outline when and how to attach multiple network interfaces to an instance. Lastly, you'll investigate how SDN and DNS work in the cloud, use AWS to set up a VPN, and connect to cloud resources using various protocols. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 38m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Connectivity & Load Balancing
Cloud load balancing enables splitting workloads and computing properties to balance load and maximize resource utilization for better user experiences. In this course, you'll recognize techniques to implement load balancing in the cloud, including selecting the appropriate load balancer. You'll also explore the concept of the virtualization of hardware resources. Next, you'll examine the prominent load balancing architectures implemented in the cloud and the critical load balancer configuration attributes to manage load distribution and session data. You'll also identify common DNS servers to resolve hostnames into IP addresses and queries used to resolve names. Later, you'll identify the characteristics of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and Secure Shell (SSH) You'll then investigate disaster recovery failover in cloud. Lastly, you'll create and configure a load balancer and DNS routing. This course can be used to prepare for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 22m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Storage Technologies
In this course, you'll explore cloud storage in-depth, including standard storage systems and providers, thin and thick storage provisioning, cold, warm, and hot storage, and the different storage tiers. Next, you'll discover the methods and technologies used to protect data in the cloud, the differences between synchronous and asynchronous replications, and RAID. You'll learn about storage security threats and vulnerabilities and the mechanism used to secure data in transit and at rest.
16 videos | 1h 10m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Design Considerations
Monitoring and benchmarking are essential when designing cloud that considers disaster recovery, high availability, and failover. In this course, you'll recognize the cloud design considerations that provide the highest possible availability, the levels of redundancy that ensure services continue in the case of a disaster, and the procedures that can be implemented for disaster recovery and business continuity. Moving on, you'll examine common deployment architectures to address availability and resiliency, the parameters and performance indices monitored at each cloud deployment level, and the goals of benchmarking. Next, you'll examine the different failover scenarios prevalent in cloud and the prominent use cases for placement groups and single and multiple availability zones. You'll configure EC2 Linux instances, install the Iperf network benchmark tool, and test TCP and UDP network performance. Lastly, you'll benchmark network throughput on an Amazon EC2 Windows instance and configure active-passive failover with multiple primary and secondary record resources. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Gap Analysis & Cloud Assessment
Cloud assessment helps derive business service models facilitating robust and cost-effective business and IT cloud service consumption and delivery. You'll start this course by examining the steps in a cloud readiness assessment before exploring the cloud transformation maturity model's stages and some potential transformation challenges. You'll then outline how to assess your current technology stack to determine cloud readiness and feasibility. Next, you'll investigate the business value of cloud adoption and of incorporating cloud into enterprise architectures. You'll then examine the cloud capability maturity model, the primary cloud considerations for business, and the technology and infrastructure architecture to achieve an appropriate cloud transformation strategy. Finally, you'll explore some gap analysis activities, the transition planning phase of cloud adoption, diagrams that depict various cloud architectures, and the cloud adoption framework's value. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 31m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Contracting with Cloud Service Providers
Before adopting cloud services, you need to calculate costs and establish the most appropriate contract with cloud providers. In this course, you'll explore the direct cost and financial implications of various aspects of cloud computing. You'll also examine cloud computing licensing models and subscription types and compare cloud computing's initial costs with the long-term benefits. Additionally, you'll list core considerations when establishing contracts for cloud service usage. You'll investigate requests for information (RFIs), cloud pricing models, the differences between fixed and dynamic pricing, and best practices for deriving cloud-based professional services. Moving on, you'll outline the end-to-end services provided by managed cloud service providers (CSPs) and the benefits of those services. You'll examine the essential components of SOWs for cloud managed services. Lastly, you'll configure cost estimates for AWS service usage using the AWS Pricing Calculator. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 8m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Adoption to Enhance Business Value
To achieve the desired business value from cloud adoption, you need to implement comprehensive planning, following a POC (proof of concept) and POV approach. In this course, you'll investigate the essential components of cloud-model service-level agreements (SLAs), explore the SLA metrics for IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS, and examine popular cloud service provider SLAs. Additionally, you'll outline how to create POCs and derive proofs of value for cloud computing. Next, you'll identify the critical factors of seamless cloud adoption, compare open source and proprietary clouds, and recognize the prominent cloud strategies for current and future enterprise usages. Moving on, you'll investigate how to drive cloud adoption efforts to capture targeted business value. Lastly, you'll recognize the cloud adoption framework lifecycle and use a matrix to identify the roles and responsibilities engaged in cloud adoption. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 24m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Security Considerations
Following secure cloud service design principles is a client consumer's top priority. Applying defense-in-depth principles and using cloud service provider security enablers can help achieve this. You'll start this course by examining the cloud service security taxonomy, identity and access management in cloud environments, authentication mechanisms provided by cloud platforms, and the components of an IAM strategy in the cloud. Next, you'll investigate the benefits of single sign-on, the prominent types of multi-factor authentication (MFA), and the fundamental design principles of federation. You'll then examine the Cloud Federation Reference Architecture. Moving on, you'll recognize common cloud deployment and enterprise data center security practices. You'll use Active Directory Federation Services to implement federated authentication, manage access to AWS resources, and enable virtual MFA devices for IAM users in public cloud. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
15 videos | 1h 33m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Native Apps & Cloud Data Analytics
Building robust, scalable services and managing large volumes of data for analytics requires on-demand resource allocation and containerization. A cloud-native approach, which takes advantage of a cloud computing delivery model, can help with this. In this course, you'll investigate the principles and architecture of cloud native. You'll outline how to migrate existing apps to a cloud-native architecture, identifying the 12-factor app principles for building scalable and resilient enterprise applications. Next, you'll explore microservice architecture design patterns, containerization in the cloud, and some prominent public cloud provider container management platforms. Moving on, you'll run Docker-enabled containerized applications on Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) clusters. You'll investigate some cloud machine learning, cloud-based AI, and big data solutions and services. Lastly, you'll examine the benefits of managing big data architectures using cloud principles. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 19m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Utilizing Cloud Services
Cloud facilitates the secure deployment of diversified solutions like IoT, blockchain, and VDI to simplify autonomous application development. In this course, you'll explore primary considerations when deploying these solutions. You'll start this course by examining digital marketing in relation to cloud computing, technologies that help create and implement autonomous systems, and the features of blockchain-based decentralized cloud solutions. Moving on, you'll explore the role of cloud computing in Internet of Things (IoT), working with an IoT solution built on AWS IoT. Next, you'll deploy a cloud desktop using Amazon Workspaces and AWS Directory Service to illustrate the benefits of a virtual desktop interface (VDI) for creating virtualized desktop environments on remote server setups. You'll also explore self-service cloud computing platforms. Finally, you'll investigate cost management and security considerations for cloud selection and implementation. You can use this course in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) certification exam.
14 videos | 54m has Assessment available Badge
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+: Cloud Migration Strategies
Selecting the right cloud migration strategy helps improve user experience and balances the business and technical efforts required to complete cloud migration. In this course, you'll investigate the cloud migration strategy and the steps to derive a roadmap for migrating to the cloud. You'll also examine the different types of cloud migration strategies, which involve the six Rs of migration, along with the methods, techniques, and tools used to support cloud migration. Next, you'll investigate the steps and deliverables used to migrate workloads to hybrid cloud, the phased cloud migration strategy, and the checklist for successful cloud migration. Finally, you'll investigate the best practices for optimizing the lift-and-shift migration policy, the differences between migration and modernization, and the critical problems and best practices for migrating legacy systems.
9 videos | 48m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Data Platforms: Cloud Computing
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way we build, deploy, and maintain applications. Due to this paradigm shift, many businesses now rent rather than own IT infrastructure. This new way of approaching infrastructure requirements has given way to multiple cloud computing models, such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Function as a Service (FaaS). Knowing what your options are for cloud computing can help you choose the best models for your needs. Use this course to gain a solid foundational understanding of cloud computing. Compare various cloud service providers based on services, available tools, and pricing. Learn about real-life use cases for cloud computing and how businesses can benefit from this ever-evolving technological feat. When you've completed this course, your newfound knowledge of cloud computing will help you decide how it can help your business.
12 videos | 51m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Data Platforms: Cloud-based Applications & Storage
Cloud-based applications have now become a norm due to zero upfront costs and ease of management. Deployment of cloud-based applications can get a digital product to a wide market without the need to purchase costly server equipment and hire hardware professionals. Use this course to learn about the characteristics of cloud-ready applications and the different concepts, tools, and techniques related to deploying and managing cloud applications. Start by discovering key concepts related to cloud storage technologies and platforms. You'll also examine and compare Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Finally, you'll get a chance to explore data centers and their major types. After you've finished this course, you'll be able to identify cloud-ready applications and implement tools and solutions to make them ready for cloud deployment.
12 videos | 53m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Data Platforms: AWS, Azure, & GCP Comparison
In order to utilize cloud computing, systems need to be connected to cloud data platforms. AWS, Azure, and GCP are the three big competitors in the cloud data platform space. Furthermore, cloud computing also has its own set of challenges that need to be understood, in order to apply it properly and without issues. Use this course to learn about some of the available cloud data platforms. Discover cloud analytics, available cloud analytics tools, and the pros and cons of each platform. Explore the current challenges of cloud computing, along with what the future looks like for cloud computing technology. When you've completed this course, your newfound knowledge of cloud data platforms, analytics tools, and the challenges related to cloud computing will help you decide on the right fit for your organization.
12 videos | 50m has Assessment available Badge
Leveraging Cloud, DevOps, and Internet of Things
Cloud computing and the Internet of Things are IT trends that continue to revolutionize how organizations store, manage and collect data. In this course, you'll explore how the cloud works and how it can help businesses scale, perform, and collaborate. Explore why organizations are focusing on Cloud technology and discover how organizations are leveraging it to improve performance and growth. You'll also explore the Internet of Things and describe how it can be used to collect and exchange data. Explore why organizations are focusing more on the Internet of Things and discover the potential implementation challenges organizations face. Lastly, explore how organizations can use DevOps to develop software, and discover the potential challenges of DevOps implementations. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 
18 videos | 1h 6m available Badge
Evaluate and Select the Right Cloud Provider
Organizations continue to mover their IT to the cloud at a staggering pace, but selecting a cloud provider can be a daunting task if you don’t know where to start. In this course, you’ll learn methods for selecting a cloud service provider, beginning with how to evaluate solution requirements by identifying the various types of cloud computing, cloud service models, and business drivers that will affect your choice. Then you’ll discover how to identify cloud service providers, explore their product offerings, and how to compare cloud providers to determine whether they have a solution that meets your needs. Finally, you’ll explore how to size and plan a solution that works for you, and methods for completing the research process before you make your final decision. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK). 
44 videos | 49m available Badge
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DevOps to CloudOps for Multi-cloud
Explore the differences between DevOps and CloudOps, the challenges and best practices associated with the implementation of CloudOps, and the cloud capabilities that we needs to integrate in existing DevOps implementations to transform DevOps to CloudOps. Discover the prominent multi-cloud management tools that we can use to implement CloudOps, how to select the right multi-cloud management tool, the differences between Hybrid cloud and multi-cloud along with the architectural designs that can lead to effective multi-cloud strategy.We will also discuss how to implement and optimize multi-cloud strategy in the enterprise, the CloudOps design scenarios for managing critical architectural and operational requirement of multi-cloud strategy, how to build DevOps pipelines for multi-cloud application deployment, how to eliminate operational challenges of multi-cloud using the Cloud Service Brokerage platform and mitigate the challenges of designing CloudOps solution for multi-cloud.
14 videos | 1h 20m has Assessment available Badge
CloudOps: Implementing SD-WAN to Optimize Environments
Implementing the right software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) framework for the organization can help improve network management, decrease hardware costs, increase efficiency, and even enhance security. In this course, you'll explore the differences between traditional, software-defined networking, and a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN). You'll learn about the advantages, working mechanisms, solution architecture, and primary components of SD-WAN. Next, you'll examine the topologies and deployment models that can be used to design SD-WAN overlays, along with prominent tools and applications that can be used to build, deploy, and maintain SD-WAN. You'll learn how to apply CloudOps in networks to simplify configuring, managing, and delivering the SD-WAN. You'll examine security challenges and best practices for secure deployment of SD-WAN and prominent Cisco SD-WAN architectures that can be implemented in AWS. You'll see approaches that can be used in an SD-WAN to transform complex legacy networks into easy-to-manage and scalable networks. Finally, you'll learn to configure AWS Transit Gateway, AWS-provided Cisco Cloud Services Router 1000V - BYOL, and VMware SD-WAN.
16 videos | 1h 21m has Assessment available Badge
Advanced CloudOps Deployments: Hybrid & Multi-cloud Scenarios
Aspiring cloud engineers need to move beyond working with single platform deployments, such as on-prem and cloud, to more complicated scenarios, such as hybrid and multi-cloud deployments.In this course, you'll explore the benefits of multi-cloud and hybrid cloud, common scenarios involving hybrid and multi-cloud deployment, and the multi-cloud DevOps framework for managing multi-cloud distributed environments. You'll examine best practices for achieving multi-platform deployment and the driving hybrid and multi-cloud design principles to set up multi-cloud environments. You'll also outline hybrid and multi-cloud deployment and architectural patterns, network topologies used to set up hybrid and multi-cloud environments, and approaches to adopting multi-cloud management. Lastly, you'll identify a multi-cloud operating model and outline techniques to transition to cloud and multi-cloud environments and troubleshoot application distribution issues in multi-cloud environments.
14 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Advanced CloudOps Deployments: Deploying Multi-cloud Environments
Aspiring cloud engineers need to know how to select and use hybrid and multi-cloud deployment management services. In this course, you'll explore the AWS services for implementing hybrid and multi-cloud solutions and other multi-cloud environment application deployment tools. You'll configure AWS Outpost to run AWS services on-premises, Azure Arc to build hybrid deployment environments, and AWS, Azure, and GCP to connect with other public cloud platforms. You'll use AWS and Azure to set up dual or multi-cloud deployment environments. You'll examine how to back up multi-cloud environments and overcome disaster recovery challenges. Next, you'll configure Aviatrix networking software for an AWS multi-cloud network and LiveData for multi-cloud environment backup. Lastly, you'll use Terraform with VPNs to create secure, private, site-to-site connections between Google Cloud Platform and AWS.
15 videos | 1h 16m has Assessment available Badge
CloudOps Container Clustering: Clustering Containers
An aspiring cloud engineer needs to learn how to build upon DevOps architecture design fundamentals to formulate robust and sound container clustering strategies. In this course, you'll recall the concept of clustering and outline the different cluster architectures for failover and load balancing support. You'll outline what comprises a clustering topology, physical and virtual clusters, and enterprise application cluster management. You'll then name clustered environment resource managers, application containerization types, and containerized cluster implementation solutions. Next, you'll examine data center cluster virtualization and investigate hybrid cloud cluster architectures for multi and hybrid cloud solution delivery. You'll explore clustering in Docker, Kubernetes, and Docker Swarm. Lastly, you'll set up single control-plane Kubernetes clusters, Docker Swarm clusters for high availability, and high-performance compute node clusters in Amazon EC2.
14 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
CloudOps Container Clustering: Implementing Container Orchestration in DevOps
Container orchestration is an essential DevOps practice for managing containers in diversified environments. It provides portability and scalability by orchestrating containerized application management in multi-cloud environments. In this course, you'll start by examining cloud application-level orchestration, the orchestration layer, and the container orchestration tools for virtual machine and container allocation. You'll then outline the architectures used in multi-cloud and multi-cluster environments and cloud orchestration reference systems used for TOSCA-complaint container cluster federation. Next, you'll explore orchestration in managing multi-cloud environments and container orchestration in implementing CI/CD pipelines. You'll implement a pool of Docker hosts into a single virtual server and set up container clusters using Amazon Elastic Container Service and Fargate. Lastly, you'll deploy Azure Kubernetes Service clusters, use Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler, and create multi-cloud Docker clusters with Docker Swarm.
14 videos | 1h 3m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Environment Pipelines: Hybrid Cloud Transformation
Hybrid cloud solutions offer many benefits to growing enterprises. As a CloudOps engineer, you will likely face the challenge of successfully deploying a hybrid cloud solution. In this course, you'll explore the core components of a hybrid cloud solution, the business challenges driving their adoption, and how to develop roadmaps to achieve them. You'll identify the main pillars of hybrid cloud applications and the differences between hybrid, on-premises, and single cloud deployment solutions. You'll also examine considerations when deploying middleware using hybrid cloud solutions. Next, you'll outline a hybrid cloud migration strategy and the hybrid integration reference architecture. You'll name the cloud vendors providing end-to-end or elements of hybrid cloud solutions. Lastly, you'll compare the capabilities of the hybrid cloud solutions offered by AWS, Azure, Intel, and IBM.
15 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Environment Pipelines: DevOps Practices for Hybrid Environments
When managing a hybrid cloud environment, applying DevOps principles can aid with deployment complexity, legacy app modernization, and Agile and CI/CD process implementation. In this course, you'll learn how to enable DevOps in a hybrid cloud environment, recognizing the associated challenges, the role of containerization and DevOps deployment strategies, and the implementation process of CI/CD. You'll then examine the challenges, best practices, and tools for monitoring hybrid clouds. You'll also recognize the workload combination used to build hybrid architectures, the tools used to design conceptual architecture and set up CI/CD mechanisms, and the benefits of hybrid CI/CD. You'll set up and configure hybrid cloud connectivity between AWS and on-premises environments, CI/CD processes for hybrid environments using Jenkins with Docker, and monitoring tools to monitor solutions deployed in hybrid environments.
14 videos | 59m has Assessment available Badge
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Planning Cloud Deployments
With a move to the cloud, you should understand what you are deploying and where to. This course starts by showing you how to choose a cloud deployment model. Then learn about analyzing and executing the requirements for a successful test cloud deployment. Choose the best testing techniques to get the information that you need. Next, see how to validate a test cloud deployment's success or failure to meet an organization's business needs. Conclude with a review exercise that covers the above.
8 videos | 40m has Assessment available Badge
Planning Cloud Networking
Cloud resources must be able to connect to each other and to any on-premises networked locations. This course will begin by looking at virtual networks on the cloud. Next, you will explore cloud deployment models, virtual network ports, and protocols. You'll learn how to configure cloud virtual networks. Then, securely integrate and connect cloud resources. Conclude by examining tools to troubleshoot on-premise and cloud networks. As an exercise, you will determine how to manage an IP space, make it secure, and troubleshoot any failed connections.
11 videos | 1h 1m has Assessment available Badge
Planning Cloud Compute Resources
Cloud elasticity is largely based on the ability to assign and revoke memory and CPU resources. In this course, you will learn about virtualization memory allocation technologies, how to assign memory in the cloud, how to virtualize CPU allocation, assign CPU resources in the cloud, and how to identify hidden costs of cloud computing resource allocation. As a scenario exercise, you will determine memory and CPU configuration for a hypothetical company that would like to deploy a new order-entry web service in the cloud.
6 videos | 25m has Assessment available Badge
Planning Cloud Storage Resources
Cloud-managed IT generally always involves storing data in the cloud. In this course, you will study how to allocate storage in a cloud environment. Next, review cloud storage protocols and tiers, and their efficiencies. Then, examine cloud storage object provisioning types and how to work with cloud storage redundancy and security mechanisms. As a scenario exercise, you will choose an optimal cloud configuration for a hypothetical company with data centers in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC, that would like to deploy a new order-entry web service in the cloud.
10 videos | 1h 22m has Assessment available Badge
Planning Cloud Migrations & Extensions
One of the biggest challenges with moving to the cloud is just that - the migration of resources from on-premise solutions to cloud solutions. In this course, you will learn how to migrate workloads to the cloud, and identify cloud migration types. You'll compare migration with extension to the cloud and examine hybrid cloud security elements and their infrastructure. Finally, as a scenario exercise, you will specify a server migration strategy, including the configuration for internet-facing client access servers and what essential services you must provide.
10 videos | 1h 24m has Assessment available Badge
Security Configurations & Compliance Controls
The most prevalent concern with cloud computing is the question of security. Let’s explore technologies used to secure cloud resources. In this course, you will see how to create a trustworthy cloud, use Public Key Infrastructure and tunneling protocols. See how to harden security for the cloud, based on cloud models. Examine cloud access control, authorization, authentication, and identification technologies. Study how to manage the account lifecycle in the cloud, and how to configure cloud policy settings. As a scenario exercise, you will identify which areas need enhanced security policies and their preferred solutions.
12 videos | 1h 31m has Assessment available Badge
Security Technologies & Automation Techniques
Security is an absolutely critical part of cloud deployments and must be configured correctly so valid users can access resources. In this course, you will explore a number of topics, including how to implement data classification in the cloud, secure cloud resources with segmentation, encryption, and audits. Learn how to enable multifactor authentication, and security services. Automate cloud security configuration. Explore the impact of cloud security. Troubleshoot authentication, cloud PKI, cloud ACLs, and cloud security vulnerabilities. Finally as a scenario exercise, you will find a security configuration that works at rest, in the cloud, and in transit.
13 videos | 1h 22m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud System Patching & Maintenance
A good maintenance plan is an important part of protecting the resources you keep in the cloud from security and performance issues. This course shows how to identify and patch cloud resources, as well as schedule, automate, and maintain cloud updates. As a scenario exercise, you will choose a patch process that will run the PowerShell DSC, and which will be automated to schedule rolling updates for a Microsoft Azure VM.
9 videos | 41m has Assessment available Badge
Disaster Recovery
Disasters are going to happen. This means that administrators must use the tools that let them survive even the worst-case scenarios. Explore disaster recovery technologies in this course. Consider cloud backup types, targets, and guidelines. See how to execute a point-in-time restore for an Azure SQL database. For governance, rate the capabilities of a service provider to provide disaster recovery. Weigh techniques to assure that a recovery site is available. Review components of a business continuity plan for the cloud. Study how to configure Azure SQL database geo-replication. As an exercise, create a backup plan that meets a scenario’s goals.
9 videos | 40m has Assessment available Badge
Performance Management
In order to gauge success in a cloud deployment, administrators must be able to accurately monitor their environment. During this course, you will explore processes used to monitor and manage cloud environments. See how to monitor cloud environments, and use alerts and events to monitor cloud resources. Identify how to allocate cloud resources, trigger resource provision, and ensure that cloud resources meet baseline requirements. Learn how to adjust cloud resource allocation, and report metrics to meet service level agreement requirements. Finally, as an exercise, you will compare scaling in/out with scaling up/down, and recall how to configure a Microsoft Azure virtual machine alert.
8 videos | 37m has Assessment available Badge
Troubleshooting Deployments
In a perfect world, everything would be deployed correctly and without issues. In our world, we need to troubleshoot everything. In this course, you will learn how to troubleshoot systematically, and list the steps in order. Other topics include how to identify common cloud resource challenges; troubleshoot cloud machine connectivity; troubleshoot cloud VM storage and vCPU capacity issues. You'll also discover how to select the most likely cloud automation faults to address, and how to use the portal to view virtual machine logs. As an exercise, you will troubleshoot the most likely cause of a problem based on a scenario.
8 videos | 33m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Services: Cloud Computing Concepts
Explore fundamental cloud computing concepts such as cloud service models, hosting options, and security considerations, among other topics covered in this 14-video course. Begin by examining cloud benefits, components, and service models; the differences between cloud computing roles such as cloud service customer, cloud service architect, and cloud auditor, and learn the differences between on-premises and cloud implementations. This leads to an overview of the IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) cloud service model; the SaaS (Software as a Service) cloud service model, and what needs to be considered when using the PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) cloud service model. Next, take a look at benefits and potential pitfalls for private cloud implementation; advantages and disadvantages of using a public cloud; benefits of using a hybrid cloud solution, and benefits and potential pitfalls of using a community cloud. Learners will examine the potential risks and benefits of migrating to the cloud, and explore common cloud vulnerabilities such as negligence, cyber threats, and system vulnerabilities.
14 videos | 1h 3m has Assessment available Badge
Business Continuity: Cloud Integration
There are many factors to consider when integrating with a cloud computing environment. In this 14-video course, you will explore cloud data storage types, cloud security concepts, how to evaluate cloud service providers, and cloud infrastructure components. To begin, you will explore the six key stages in the cloud secure data lifecycle: create, store, use, share, archive, and destroy. Learn to recognize key access control considerations, and list network security concepts such as data and media sanitization. Next, you will examine virtualization security concepts such as hypervisor and container security. View the common threats against cloud computing infrastructure, and describe the considerations when evaluating cloud service providers. Learners then move on to the physical environment, and common cloud infrastructure components such as storage, network, virtualization, and compute. Learn to recognize how to analyze cloud risks, and list data security strategies such as encryption and key management. Also, you will explore data discovery techniques; data rights management, and finally, information rights management.
14 videos | 1h 9m has Assessment available Badge
Business Continuity: Secure Cloud Computing
In this 14-video course, learners will discover principles and concepts used to ensure secure cloud computing. Topics include disaster recovery, cloud security concepts, and retention. Begin by examining the requirements for business continuity strategy; recognize requirements for disaster recovery strategy, and recognize considerations when moving applications to the cloud. Learn how to differentiate between data ownership and data custody, and explore key legal considerations when moving to the cloud. Next, learn about the importance of performing a cost-benefit analysis, and then recognize the factors that can impact confidentiality, integrity, data integrity, and availability of cloud data. This leads into cloud offering services, and a look at benefits of cloud offerings such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure. Recognize functional security requirements such as portability, interoperability, and vendor lock-in. Design and plan security controls including on-premises physical controls, virtualization protection, and authorization. The final two tutorials examine the importance of retention policies and archiving procedures, and the considerations relating to traceability and accountability such as logging, event sources, and chain of custody.
14 videos | 54m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Future: Adapting Cloud Innovation
The impact of future trends allow you to recognize how to build cloud-based applications and architectures that can adopt and adapt to emerging trends, technologies, and processes. In this course, you'll explore future trends in cloud computing and emerging technologies that can help with analyzing their impact on existing cloud operations and practices. You'll learn about solutioning strategies and resource types that can help with adopting emerging technologies and trending features in existing CloudOps architectures. Next, you'll examine cloud application design considerations and the inside-out and outside-in development strategies that can help with adopting and adapting to any futuristic upgrades. You'll learn about how to handle states at the service level, system architecture design considerations, and the use of Adapter pattern to build architectures that adopt and adapt to futuristic innovations. You'll examine the Minimum Valuable Increment design approach, the Manifesto for Future Generation Cloud Computing, and the manifesto areas that are relevant for aligning with the future research directions.
14 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
DevOps Support Administrator: Cloud Computing Essentials for Support Engineers
In this course, you'll explore the competitive advantage of cloud computing, the features of various types of virtualization implemented in the cloud, and the hypervisors that are used by popular public cloud providers. You'll examine how to choose the right cloud service model and the SaaS Enablement Framework components that can be used to build, manage, and deliver SaaS solutions. Next, you'll learn how to select the right cloud deployment model, create AWS HVM Linux AMIs, and manage custom deployment configuration on AWS. Finally, you'll look at how to deploy applications to Azure VMs, configure resource deployments with GCP Deployment Manager, and create Network File Systems on public clouds.
15 videos | 1h 13m has Assessment available Badge
DevOps Support Administrator: The Role of the Cloud Support Engineer
In this course, you'll explore IT support levels that can be structured to provide appropriate technical support and the skills required by traditional Support Engineers to play the role of a Cloud Support Engineer. Next, you'll look at the phases of the Cloud Adoption Framework that you need to follow to manage support services for Cloud. You'll learn about the Cloud Decision Support Framework, which you can adopt to define application migration processes, as well as the concept of Cloud Affinity Assessment. You'll move on to explore how to evaluate drivers and inhibitors of cloud adoption and the metrics that you can use to score potential solution candidate. You'll examine multi-cloud use cases that need to be considered to define support strategy and support levels and the Technical Support Services Guidelines for managing support for GCP resources. Finally, you'll learn how to create a support case, select the severity for AWS resources, and create new support requests from the Azure Portal.
13 videos | 54m has Assessment available Badge
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Cloud Data Architecture: Cloud Architecture & Containerization
In this course, learners discover how to implement cloud architecture for large- scale data science applications, serverless computing, adequate storage, and analytical platforms using DevOps tools and cloud resources. Key concepts covered here include the impact of implementing containerization on cloud hosting environments; the benefits of container implementation, such as lower overhead, increased portability, operational consistency, greater efficiency and better application development; and the role of cloud container services. You will study the concept of serverless computing and its benefits; the approaches of implementing DevOps in the cloud; and how to implement OpsWorks on AWS by using Puppet which provides the ability to define which software and configuration a system requires. See demonstrations of how to classify storage from the perspective of capacity and data access technologies; the benefits of implementing machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence in the cloud; and the impact of cloud technology on BI analytics. Finally, learners encounter container and cloud storage types, container and serverless computing benefits, and advantages of implementing cloud-based BI analytics.
10 videos | 48m has Assessment available Badge
Cloud Data Architecture: Data Management & Adoption Frameworks
Explore how to implement containers and data management on popular cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for data science. Planning big data solutions, disaster recovery, and backup and restore in the cloud are also covered in this course. Key concepts covered here include cloud migration models from the perspective of architectural preferences; prominent big data solutions that can be implemented in the cloud; and the impact of implementing Kubernetes and Docker in the cloud, and how to implement Kubernetes on AWS. Next, learn how to implement data management on AWS, GCP, and DBaaS; how to implement big data solutions using AWS; how to build backup and restore mechanisms in the cloud; and how to implement disaster recovery planning for cloud applications. Learners will see prominent cloud adoption frameworks and their associated capabilities, and hear benefits of and how to implement blockchain technologies or solutions in the cloud. Finally, learn how to implement Kubernetes on AWS, build backup and restore mechanisms on GCP, and implement big data solutions in the cloud.
13 videos | 1h 9m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: Cloud Migration Essentials
Explore the various challenges, benefits, strategies, tools, and deployment models associated with cloud migration. In addition, examine essential components, models, and decision matrix using cloud reference architecture. The key concepts in this course include: challenges businesses face when migrating to the cloud; cloud migration strategies that can be adopted to migrate business applications to the cloud; and the 6-R approach of cloud migration and essential factors used to choose the right approach. Learners will also learn about the 7-step methodology of cloud migration that can enable migration from on-premise platforms to cloud platforms; cloud deployment models, their advantages and disadvantages; cloud assets that can affect inbound and outbound data transfer costs; and the approach of building migration roadmaps with cloud migration framework. Next, examine tools to implement cloud migration; steps involved in deriving architectures and migrating applications to the cloud using based on a scenario; and prominent components, models, and decision matrix involved in cloud migration using generic cloud reference architecture. Finally, you will learn about cloud migration tools and their challenges and benefits.
12 videos | 1h 23m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: AWS Data & Service Migration
Explore the concepts of cloud, database, and server migration using various tools and services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Examine concepts such as refactoring, replatforming, rehosting, and repurchasing. Key concepts covered in this course include: differences between replatforming and refactoring migration approaches using real-time scenarios; rehosting for cloud migration and rehosting tools; and the essential drivers of repurchasing and the benefits associated. Next, learn about services that make migrating servers and databases easier and faster; essential approaches of managing data migration in AWS using Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration, AWS Snowball, and Amazon Kinesis Firehose; and how to import virtual machine (VM) images from existing on-premises environments to Amazon EC2 instances and export them back. Then study steps involved in migrating web applications to AWS and AWS featured services used during cloud migration processes. Learners will see how to migrate enterprise web applications to AWS; steps involved in migrating dockerized monolithic applications to containerized microservices on AWS; and using cloud migration tools provided by AWS to manage data migration, and specify benefits associated with repurchasing.
12 videos | 1h 24m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: AWS Services & Application Migration
Explore cloud migration strategies, tools, and services involving Amazon Web Services (AWS), as well as how to migrate critical services and implement end-to-end migration of enterprise applications. The key concepts in this course include phases involved in migrating existing applications to the cloud; migration tools and services provided by AWS; and essential features provided by AWS DirectConnect to connect and transfer critical data from an on-premises environment to the cloud. Next, survey steps involved in migrating e-mail services to AWS; how to migrate Domain Name System (DNS) from GoDaddy to AWS Route 53; and how to migrate single-tier applications to AWS with rebuild and rearchitect approaches. You will learn how to migrate multi-tier applications to AWS with the refactor and rehost approaches; end-to-end migration of web enterprise applications from an on-premises environment to AWS; and how to migrate services from ECS containers to AWS Fargate. Finally, learn how to migrate e-mail services to AWS, enterprise applications to AWS, and services from Elastic Container Service (ECS) containers to AWS Fargate.
11 videos | 1h 14m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: AWS Migration Management
Examine the approach of migrating data and services to AWS using the data, service, and server migration services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). In addition, this course explores how to work with the Cloud Readiness Assessment tool and secure migration services. Key concepts covered include: how to migrate data from MongoDB to DynamoDB; the components and features of AWS Database Migration Service and how to implement its security; and the process of migrating large data stores using AWS Snowball Edge. You will examine best practices that should be applied when working with the AWS Database Migration Service; working with AWS Cloud Readiness Assessment tool; and steps involved in migrating on-premises workloads to AWS; the various on-premise and AWS services used to efficiently migrate various components. Then learn to specify approaches of managing secure server workload migration on AWS; and the process of migrating large data stores using AWS Snowball Edge, migrate data from MongoDB to DynamoDB, and migrate on-premises workloads to AWS.
11 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: Implementing Migration in Azure
Explore the Azure cloud reference model, Cloud Adoption Framework, and use of cloud architecture in migration. Cloud migration is moving data, application, and various other business elements from an on-premises environment or platforms to cloud environments or platforms. In this course, examine prominent Azure cloud migration tools and cloud migration strategies for Azure. Key concepts covered include: how to use the Azure Cloud reference model for scalability, availability, manageability, and security; the steps involved in adopting Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure; and the process flow of Azure cloud migration. You will learn about cloud migration plans in order to adopt appropriate roadmap of cloud migration; Azure cloud migration strategies (rehost, refactor, rearchitect, and rebuild); and capabilities of Azure cloud migration tools. Next, see Azure tools that can be used to migrate data to Azure; demonstrations of working with Azure Storage Explorer to migrate data to Azure; and the process flow for Azure cloud migration. Learn about Azure cloud migration strategies and Azure-compliant cloud migration tools, and data migration to Azure with Azure Storage Explorer.
10 videos | 50m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: Azure IaaS & Data Migration tools
Explore Microsoft tools for migrating cloud data, services, and platforms to Azure, as well as implementing Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates to migrate virtual machines (VMs) and storage accounts. In this course, key concepts include: using Microsoft Data Migration Assistant to upgrade to a modern data platform; how to migrate an Azure VM to another region; and benefits of migrating IaaS to Azure Resource Manager. Learn to recognize scenarios where IaaS resources can be migrated from Classic Azure to Azure Resource Manager; to migrate VMs in a virtual network; and to migrate storage accounts. Then learn to rebuild monolithic applications into containerized microservices; create Azure Resource Manager templates using the Azure Docker extension; and migrate on-premises resources to Azure using ARM templates. Next, create an ARM template with Azure Platform to host applications using Azure Docker Extension, and migrate an Azure web app to Azure Service Fabric with rearchitecting. Finally, learn to migrate an Azure VM to another region, migrate an AWS VM to an Azure VM, and create an ARM template with Azure Docker extensions.
13 videos | 58m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: Adopting Migration Strategies
Discover how to migrate web applications, SQL servers, sites, and databases to Azure using migration tools and services such as Data Migration Assistant, App Service Migration Assistant, and Azure Database Migration Service. Key concepts covered in this cloud migration course include: how to migrate web applications from on-premise platforms to Azure; the lift and shift approach of migrating existing .NET web applications to Azure; characteristics of the Data Migration Assistant tool that can be used to migrate services; and use of on-premises infrastructure for migration and how to set up Azure infrastructure to complete the migration. You will learn about Microsoft migration tools and services that can be used to simplify database migration to Azure; Azure Database Migration Service features; and how to migrate SQL servers to a single Azure SQL database offline with Azure Database Migration Service. Next, learners see how to migrate on-premises a web application to Azure, migrate sites to Azure using the Linux site migration tool, and migrate SQL servers to an Azure SQL database using the Azure Database Migration Service.
9 videos | 47m has Assessment available Badge
Hybrid Cloud Architecture & Deployment: Azure Migration Tools & Best Practices
Explore practical migration scenarios involving MongoDB to Cosmos DB, and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) and network workloads to Microsoft Azure. In this cloud migration course, discover how to work with Azure Migrate, and how to troubleshoot, secure, and manage cloud migration logs. Key concepts covered in this course include: practical migration scenarios of MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB using DMS and the types of migration that can be configured; security recommendations that should be applied when working with Azure Security Center, a unified infrastructure security management system; and best practices used for setting up virtual networks and to help migrate business elements to the cloud. You will learn how to use Azure Migrate features and common issues of Azure Migration and approaches for troubleshooting them, including bandwidth issues, compatibility, portability or unsupported boot types or operating systems. Finally, study the types of Azure logs and their relevance in cloud migration, and the Azure Migrate features: migrate MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB, and migrate SSIS to Azure.
8 videos | 46m has Assessment available Badge
Role of a Cloud Architect
In this course, you'll explore the critical roles and responsibilities of a Cloud Architect, the differences between the roles played by Solution Architects and Cloud Architects, and the cloud challenges that a Cloud Architect needs to manage. You'll learn about the planning solutions Cloud Architects use to automate and orchestrate multi-cloud applications, along with the Cloud Computing Reference Model and Cloud Governance Lifecycle, which are used for building cloud frameworks. Next, you'll look at tools and frameworks that can be used to assess cloud operations and identify the current capabilities of multi-cloud environments, as well as success factors that need to be considered as benchmarks for identifying business values of cloud architectures. Finally, you'll learn about using the Target Operating Model to deliver value through appropriate cloud strategies and using the Multi-cloud Maturity Model and transformation workflows for building solutions for cloud delivery mechanisms.
14 videos | 1h 6m has Assessment available Badge
Architecting Balance: Designing Hybrid Cloud Solutions
In this 12-video course, learners can explore differences between on-premises and hybrid cloud deployment and the challenges and benefits afforded by hybrid cloud architecture for machine learning solutions. Discover how to derive goals and design process for a successful hybrid cloud implementation. Begin by examining essential features afforded by cloud and cloud deployment models, and compare characteristics of on-premises and cloud deployment from perspectives of cost, hardware, software, mobility, and reliability. View factors influencing on-premises and cloud architecture; compare hybrid versus private versus public cloud; and use hybrid cloud assessment to identify appropriate scenarios for adopting a hybrid cloud architecture. Learners will be able to list essential factors to consider when deriving a hybrid cloud implementation strategy and architecture, and benefits and challenges of implementing hybrid cloud. Look at key considerations to determine whether to move and deploy applications to the cloud or retain them on on-premises environment, and demonstrate the steps involved in setting up hybrid cloud architecture. The concluding exercise involves recalling benefits of hybrid cloud and the differences between on-premises and hybrid cloud deployment models.
12 videos | 1h 1m has Assessment available Badge
Architecting Balance: Hybrid Cloud Implementation with AWS & Azure
Explore the various services and components provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure that can be used to implement hybrid cloud machine learning solution in this 13-video course. You will discover how to implement hybrid cloud environments by using AWS and Azure Stack. Learners begin by examining the critical use cases of implementing hybrid cloud using AWS, and the prominent AWS services that can be used to implement hybrid cloud solutions. Explore the cloudbursting application hosting model from the perspective of AWS, and recall the essential AWS services that provide integrated resource deployment management capabilities for hybrid cloud solutions. Implement a hybrid cloud environment that integrates on-premises Hadoop clusters with data lakes on AWS; recall the recommended principles and best practices of AWS hybrid cloud implementation, and essential Azure components for hybrid solutions. Explore Azure tooling for hybrid cloud; hybrid cloud implementation with Azure Stack; Azure DevOps for hybrid cloud; implementing hybrid cloud with Azure; and Azure services for hybrid cloud. The concluding exercise involves implementing a hybrid cloud with Azure.
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BOOKS INCLUDED

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Cloud Computing, The MIT Press, © 2016
Cutting through the hype, this book explains what the cloud is, when to use it (and when not to), how to select a cloud service, how to integrate it with other technologies, and what the best practices are for using cloud computing.
Book Duration 2h 38m Book Authors By Nayan B. Ruparelia

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Cloud Computing Basics
Providing a basic understanding of the computing paradigm of cloud computing, this book highlights the recent developments in distributed computing and details the architecture, virtualization concepts, and security concerns of cloud computing.
Book Duration 2h 49m Book Authors By T.B. Rehman

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Cloud Computing for Teaching and Learning: Strategies for Design and Implementation
Cloud Computing for Teaching and Learning details the major considerations required for educational institutions looking to upgrade to cloud computing solutions. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
Book Duration 11m Book Authors By Lee Chao (ed)

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Cloud Computing: A Self-Teaching Introduction
An overview of cloud computing in a self-teaching format, this practical resource contains state-of-the art chapters with tips and insights about cloud computing, its architecture, applications, information on security and privacy, and numerous case studies.
Book Duration 3h 1m Book Authors By Rajiv Chopra

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Cloud Computing For Dummies, 2nd Edition
In a friendly, easy-to-follow style, this book gets you up to speed fast, clarifying your Cloud options, showing you where can save you time and money, giving you ways to frame your decisions, and helping you avoid weeks of research.
Book Duration 5h 30m Book Authors By Daniel Kirsch, Judith Hurwitz

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The Basics of Cloud Computing: Understanding the Fundamentals of Cloud Computing in Theory and Practice
Presenting tips for selecting the best cloud services providers, this book explains the concepts of cloud computing in practical terms, helping readers understand how to leverage cloud services and provide value to their businesses through moving information to the cloud.
Book Duration 2h 49m Book Authors By Derrick Rountree, Ileana Castrillo

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Cloud Computing Bible
Starting with a clear definition of what cloud computing is, why it is, and its pros and cons, this book is a wide-ranging and complete reference that will get you thoroughly up to speed on cloud platforms, infrastructure, services and applications, security, and much more.
Book Duration 8h 21m Book Authors By Barrie Sosinsky

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Handbook of Cloud Computing
Presenting the systems, tools, and services of leading providers of cloud computing including Google, Yahoo, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft, this book introduces basic concepts of cloud computing and cloud computing applications, and dicusses current and future technologies applied.
Book Duration 12h 21m Book Authors By Armando Escalante (eds), Borko Furht

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Cloud Computing Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction
Whether you are a beginner on the topic or a tech leader kick-starting change within your company, this book provides essential insights for cloud adoption and its benefits for our modern digital era.
Book Duration 3h 49m Book Authors By Anders Lisdorf
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BOOKS INCLUDED

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Cloud Computing Basics
Providing a basic understanding of the computing paradigm of cloud computing, this book highlights the recent developments in distributed computing and details the architecture, virtualization concepts, and security concerns of cloud computing.
Book Duration 2h 49m Book Authors By T.B. Rehman

Book

Cloud Computing, The MIT Press, © 2016
Cutting through the hype, this book explains what the cloud is, when to use it (and when not to), how to select a cloud service, how to integrate it with other technologies, and what the best practices are for using cloud computing.
Book Duration 2h 38m Book Authors By Nayan B. Ruparelia

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CompTIA Cloud+ Study Guide Exam CV0-002, Second Edition
If you’re looking to earn the challenging, but rewarding CompTIA Cloud+ certification, and a career in cloud services, this comprehensive resource covers all aspects of cloud computing infrastructure and administration, with a practical focus on real-world skills.
Book Duration 8h 21m Book Authors By Stephen Olson, Todd Montgomery

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CompTIA Cloud+ Certification Study Guide, Second Edition (Exam CV0-002)
By familiarizing you with the technology and terminology tested on the CompTIA Cloud+ (CV0-002) exam, this authoritative study guide shows you what you need to know—and shows you how to prepare—for this challenging exam so you have a competitive edge on exam day.
Book Duration 10h 55m Book Authors By Eric Vanderburg, Scott Wilson
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Developing Interoperable and Federated Cloud Architecture
Featuring barriers, recent developments, and practical applications on the interoperability issues of federated cloud architectures, this focused reference provides valuable insight into current and emergent research occurring within the field of cloud infrastructures.
Book Duration 9h 43m Book Authors By Attila Kertesz, Gabor Kecskemeti, Zsolt Nemeth (eds)

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Cloud Data Design, Orchestration, and Management Using Microsoft Azure: Master and Design a Solution Leveraging the Azure Data Platform
Use Microsoft Azure to optimally design your data solutions and save time and money. Scenarios are presented covering analysis, design, integration, monitoring, and derivatives.
Book Duration 4h 57m Book Authors By Francesco Diaz, Roberto Freato

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Advancing Cloud Database Systems and Capacity Planning with Dynamic Applications
Highlighting multidisciplinary studies on information storage and retrieval, big data architectures, and artificial intelligence, this book is a key resource on the latest innovations in cloud database systems and their impact on the daily lives of people in modern society.
Book Duration 9h 34m Book Authors By Narendra Kumar Kamila (ed)

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Hybrid Cloud Data and API Integration: Integrate Your Enterprise and Cloud with Bluemix Integration Services
This IBM Redbooks publication provides preferred practices around developing cloud solutions using the Hybrid Integration Services that help you maintain data consistency, manageability, and security for critical transactions.
Book Duration 2h 35m Book Authors By Srinivas Cheemalapati, et al.

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Cloud Database Development and Management
Filled with step-by-step instructions, examples, and hands-on projects, this wide-ranging book explains how readers can take advantage of the cloud environment to develop their own fully functioning database systems without any additional investment in IT infrastructure.
Book Duration 6h Book Authors By Lee Chao
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