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Cloud Computing Technology Fundamentals

15 hour

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Overview

  • start the course
  • describe the development of computing from mainframes to the cloud
  • list the key technologies that enable cloud computing
  • define cloud computing according to relevant standards
  • define the core attributes of a cloud computing service
  • list the three main cloud service models
  • recognize STaaS, CaaS, BPaaS, and other cloud service models
  • evaluate security issues in cloud services against traditional IT
  • evaluate cloud services in a number of areas including levels of control and interoperability
  • describe the function of service-level agreements in cloud services
  • describe use cases for the cloud from the perspective of users and different types of business
  • describe compliance and regulatory issues as they pertain to the cloud
  • describe the barriers to cloud adoption and changing attitudes to cloud
  • describe how cloud services can be stacked to form complete solutions
  • describe the Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS cloud service model
  • describe the Platform as a Service or PaaS cloud service model
  • describe the Software as a Service or SaaS cloud service model
  • describe the cost of cloud computing compared to traditional IT in terms of Capital Expense or CAPEX and Operational Expense or OPEX
  • describe the four main cloud deployment models
  • describe costing considerations for different cloud deployment models
  • assess an application's suitability to move to the cloud
  • determine the suitability for given IT services to be moved to the cloud

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Virtualization and Data Centers

  • start the course
  • describe the key terms associated with virtualization
  • describe the processes and components of hardware virtualization
  • describe Type I and Type II virtualization hypervisors
  • describe virtual desktop infrastructure and application virtualization as components of desktop virtualization
  • describe network functions virtualization
  • describe storage types and storage virtualization technologies
  • describe how virtualization enables key characteristics of cloud computing
  • describe Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, and Citrix XenServer
  • describe Oracle and IBM server virtualization products
  • describe the components of a modern data center
  • describe the functions provided by a modern data center
  • describe how data centers relate to and enable cloud computing
  • describe the business trends in cloud computing
  • describe the technical trends in cloud computing
  • describe how cloud data centers are designed to support applications
  • describe the functional components of a cloud data center including storage, networking, computing, management, and services
  • describe the functions of the cloud data center and how they utilize virtualization technologies

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Storing and Managing Cloud Data

  • start the course
  • describe the Storage as a Service model as it relates to cloud computing
  • list the advantages of the Storage as a Service model
  • list the risks associated with the Storage as a Service model
  • list the main providers of Storage as a Service or STaaS and describe their offering
  • describe the Cloud Security Alliance cloud governance domains as they pertain to data stored on cloud services
  • describe cloud storage governance issues
  • describe privacy concerns for personally identifiable information stored on public cloud services
  • describe the function of data classification in cloud storage governance
  • describe data security considerations in cloud storage systems
  • describe emerging standards for cloud computing
  • list the groups working on cloud computing standards
  • list the common cloud security protocols
  • describe the Cloud Standards Customer Council recommendations for cloud security
  • list the common protocols and standards in use for cloud computing
  • list the common cloud application programming interfaces
  • list the web standards relevant to cloud computing
  • describe open source and how it pertains to the cloud
  • describe open source cloud software for n-tier applications
  • describe OpenStack open source cloud software
  • describe the characteristics of mobile devices connecting to cloud services
  • describe the best practices for working with cloud storage in terms of governance and standards for a given scenario

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Migrating to the Cloud

  • start the course
  • describe service oriented architecture
  • list the benefits of Service Oriented Architecture or SOA compared to traditional IT solutions
  • describe the link between Service Oriented Architecture or SOA and cloud computing
  • describe common application architectures and how they relate to Service Oriented Architecture or SOA and the cloud
  • contrast grid computing and cloud computing
  • plan deployment of services to the cloud
  • describe the function of a service directory in deploying cloud services
  • describe the process of migrating IT services and business processes to the cloud
  • contrast loosely and tightly coupled processes when considering a cloud migration
  • describe the technical factors affecting a migration to the cloud
  • describe the business factors affecting a migration to the cloud
  • assess cloud platforms for a migration to the cloud
  • describe potential privacy, regulatory, and security issues with public clouds
  • describe strategies to mitigate potential privacy, regulatory, and security issues with public clouds
  • describe how private and hybrid clouds can mitigate potential privacy, regulatory, and security issues with public clouds
  • assess a service for migration to public or private clouds, and determine which cloud type to select

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Identity, Presence, and Privacy

  • start the course
  • describe the basic concepts of identity and access management
  • list reasons for using identity federation
  • describe the operational areas of identity and access management
  • describe how cloud service providers can provide identity and access management
  • describe the concepts associated with identity federation
  • describe the considerations for implementing identity federation in cloud services
  • describe the standards for identity federation
  • describe access control systems with single sign-on
  • list the benefits and risks of single sign-on
  • describe the identity as a service authentication infrastructure
  • describe the challenges in implementing Identity as a Service
  • describe methods for integrating Identity as a Service with other service models
  • list the pros and cons of the Identity as a Service provider
  • describe presence information and how it is used in cloud systems
  • describe the components of a presence system
  • describe the processes and tools associated with a presence system
  • describe the security considerations for presence systems
  • describe the privacy concerns for cloud systems
  • describe the privacy policies and how they are implemented in cloud systems
  • describe the data life cycle in the context of cloud computing
  • describe the data security challenges in cloud computing
  • map the cloud security measures to the data life cycle stage to which they apply
  • describe the methods of controlling access to data stored on the cloud

Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Cloud Security

  • start the course
  • describe the objectives of information security and how they relate to the cloud
  • describe the challenges associated with cloud security
  • describe the three models for public cloud security responsibilities
  • describe relevant ISO standards for information security
  • describe the Security as a Service model
  • describe the security risk areas for cloud computing
  • describe how to assess security offerings for cloud services
  • describe the challenges associated with security in a Software as a Service or SaaS offering
  • describe the best practices for securing a Software-as-a-Service or SaaS offering
  • describe secure software development practices
  • describe the Jericho Forum Cloud Cube Model for defining cloud characteristics
  • describe the considerations for infrastructure security in cloud computing
  • describe the host-level security considerations in cloud computing
  • describe considerations for security virtualization hosts in a cloud environment
  • describe application-level security in cloud computing
  • describe the measures to secure data at rest and data in transit
  • describe how to perform risk assessment in a cloud environment
  • describe the service-level agreements for cloud security
  • describe the measures to secure data and connection in a cloud environment
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Studiengebühr: 5 Stunden Dauer plus Übungen (variabel)
Sprache: Englisch
Online-Zugang: 1 Jahr
Teilnahmebescheinigung: Ja, nach 70% der erfolgreichen Einsätze
Fortschrittsüberwachung: Ja
Geeignet für Handys: Ja
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