Final Exam: Cloud Computing for Decision-makers

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Final Exam: Cloud Computing for Decision-makers will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Cloud Computing for Decision-makers track of the Skillsoft Aspire Cloud Computing for Leaders and Decision-makers Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize how to adapt to changes during business transformation
    recognize the importance of information technology decision-makers and the role they play in organizations
    differentiate between the visionary, guardian, motivator, flexible, and catalyst styles of decision-makers
    outline the history of information technology and how it has revolutionized business operations
    recognize challenges when trying to adopt a digital-first mindset for business
    differentiate between on-premises and cloud solutions
    recall the history of cloud computing and outline how it has transformed information technology
    define the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) type of cloud computing service
    define the Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud computing service and list PaaS examples
    recognize key features of the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud computing service
    define the public cloud deployment model and list common use cases
    describe the hybrid cloud deployment model and recognize when to use it
    describe how cloud computing can improve resiliency
    discuss cloud computing characteristics such as measured services, availability, resource pooling, and on-demand self-service
    list key advantages of cloud agility
    recognize how cloud computing can reduce company costs
    discuss how cloud computing can increase productivity
    recognize how cloud computing eliminates service downtimes relative to service license agreements and service level objectives
    recognize the key reasons to consider using cloud
    recognize the types of cloud computing
    identify common models for deploying cloud and impacts on the business
    recognize key challenges and risks with cloud computing
    describe the ways the cloud increases business continuity
    recognize the business benefits of big data in the cloud
    list common impacts the cloud has on the ways we work
    recognize how the cloud improves employee productivity
    determine pricing models for cloud services
    compare and contrast AWS with other cloud providers such as Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
    provide an overview of AWS support and compare AWS support plans
    describe how AWS can help build and deliver products using AWS and DevOps practices
  • list common tools to build on AWS, including C++, Java, .NET, and Python
    outline how industries are using AWS
    compare Azure to other cloud providers such as Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services
    discuss how Azure support plans work
    outline possible challenges moving to Azure as well as potential feature gaps
    provide an overview of AI and machine learning products and services in Azure
    provide an overview of Azure products and services pricing
    describe how Azure can protect data, apps, and infrastructure
    provide an overview of GCP pricing and pricing calculator
    recognize potential challenges and feature gaps when migrating to GCP
    list Google Cloud Platform services such as AI, API management, compute, containers, analytics, databases, multi-cloud, Internet of Things (IoT)
    provide an overview of GCP developer tools, including Cloud Build, Cloud Code, Container Registry, and Cloud Tasks
    provide an overview of GCP customer support plans from basic to premium
    compare and contrast GCP with other leading cloud providers
    describe how cloud misconfigurations can result in cloud data breaches
    recognize how to detect and prevent insider threats
    provide an overview of the history of IT security and learn how it evolved to include cloud technologies
    discuss cloud security data breaches in recent years, including how they were discovered and mitigated and the cost associated with each
    describe the risks posed by malware infections
    describe account hijacking and its threat to cloud security
    recognize how the lack of due diligence when moving to the cloud can result in security or privacy risks
    outline how a risk management framework can help manage risk in the cloud
    recognize cloud computing risks and compare them to risks associated with earlier on-premise environments
    outline common risks related to lack of control
    describe how cloud computing can help ensure compliance
    list potential legal risks associated with cloud computing that may apply to healthcare, banking, and government agencies
    provide an overview of cloud adoption and its benefits
    discuss transitioning to the cloud and list critical steps such as assessment, planning, adoption, migration, and management
    list common cloud security considerations that can help ensure information is not lost or stolen
    introduce, define, and describe common cloud adoption patterns such as cloud-native, cloud-first, "lift and shift," offload, autonomy, incremental, chaos and anarchy, innovation, and experimental models

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