Introduction to Cloud Computing

Welcome to this course and I guess I should say welcome to the cloud in this course. I’m going to answer a critical

question and that is what is the cloud. I’m going to define what cloud is and I’m going to use industry standard

definitions to help explore all of the avenues of cloud all the different kinds of cloud you can get and really provide

context. I’m also going to debunk some myths. There’s lots of hype when it comes to cloud. So be able to get down to

the actual definitions of what cloud is and looking at what the different of I-T. Do or the next area that you want to

do in relation to cloud this course is suited to therefore pretty. I tell you if you do work in I.T. from CIO project

manager if you’re in procurement and if you’re in. If you’re a developer This course is going to have something for

you to be able to help you start the. So there are several sections in this course. Let’s go through them now. Cloud is

not a buzz word and we’ll explain exactly why. We’ll be going to the definition for cloud. We’ll discover the actual

definition for cloud and we’ll use that as a basis to actually then go through the other sections of this course. The first

definition section if you like that I’ll be covering all of the different service models of. This may be something you’ve

heard of before. Put them in context what we will relate them to each other we’re also relate them to traditional I.T.

and really put them into a continuum so you can see what the different kinds of services are and give. So we can

really get to grips with those with those models. The next topic is essential characteristics. Now there are five defined

essential characteristics for cloud. In comparison to traditional I.T. we’ll give some examples and will will really flesh

out what each. And then finally we’ll look at deployment models. There are several deployment models which work

in cloud day. There are some confusions around these two. You’ve got public cloud and private cloud and it doesn’t

mean what a lot of people think. It’s not about the information you store and how readily accessible it is but we’ll

look through that And then finally we’ll do a recap and we’ll bring it all together in the conclusion of the course.

“There is no cloud”. It’s just someone else’s computer. – Have you heard that before? I have it, and I did this course.

In an introduction to cloud computing, answer the key question: “What is the cloud?” Using a robust approach based

on standards and real world examples, we observe all the definitions that mean the cloud. At the end of this process,

you will have a base to use the cloud to develop your career, start a cloud initiative within your organization or make

your voice heard in an intense conversation with Simon, the data center administrator. Things like “clouds.” My style

is to talk and draw using a web browser and an electronic board. There are no technical prerequisites.

Which are the requirements?

  • A basic understanding of computer principles will help.
  • Internet access to the course content.

What will I get in this course?

  • Understand the basic concepts of Cloud Computing
  • Filter the hype and focus on the value of the cloud.

What is a target audience?

  • Developers, architects, operations, managers, CIO: this process is beneficial for everyone.
  • If you already knew a cloud environment, you can learn a wide range of topics.

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Instructor Name:  Mike Chambers

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