EXIN Cloud Computing


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    Exin’s Cloud Computing Foundation is not only a technical cloud course but focuses on the business and management side of cloud computing as well. This course also examines the auditing and service response within cloud computing, as well the delegation of IT responsibilities within an environment focused on cloud technology. This course covers how cloud technology deals with a variety of different areas, including Hardware, Software, Processes, OS and Application Licenses, People, Power, and Backups.

    The Cloud Computing Foundation from EXIN is a certification that tests candidates on the basics of Cloud Computing. This vendor-neutral qualification includes some technical knowledge and looks at the general management aspects of Cloud Computing.

    What will you learn?

    This course includes 8 hours of training and 65 videos. Upon completion of the course, students will understand how to complete the following:

    • Comprehend the characteristics of clouds and cloud services from a business perspective.
    • Making a business plan for Cloud
    • Key success factors
    • Explain the steps that lead to the success- full adoption of cloud computing services.
    • Designing the right implementation strategy
    • Explain and identify the issues associated with integrating cloud computing into an organizations’ existing compliance framework.
    • Comprehend how to maintain strategic flexibility.

    Understand various types of clouds from a technical perspective and provide examples.

    Course Syllabus

    Module 1: The principles of CC

    1. EXIN Overview-Part 1
    2. EXIN Overview-Part 2
    3. EXIN Overview 2-Part 1
    4. EXIN Overview 2-Part 2
    5. The Basics
    6. History Of Cloud
    7. Delivery Model Architectures
    8. Software As A Service
    9. Justification For Cloud Computing
    10. Confidentiality And Availability
    11. Concepts From NIST
    12. Important Characteristics
    13. Broad Network Access
    14. Resource Pooling
    15. Measured Service
    16. Service Models
    17. Terms Of Service
    18. Recommendations
    19. Virtualization
    20. Virtualization Concepts
    21. Inter-Virtual Machine Attacks
    22. Virtual Machine Encryption
    23. Recommendations
    24. Service Models
    25. Business Process
    26. Outsourcing
    27. Software As A Service-Part 1
    28. Software As A Service-Part 2
    29. Risks And Recommendations
    30. Platform As A Service
    31. PaaS Considerations
    32. PaaS Issues
    33. Infrastructure As A Service
    34. Scope Of Control
    35. IaaS Benefits
    36. IaaS Issues And Concerns
    37. IaaS Recommendations
    38. Services Oriented Architecture
    39. Web Services
    40. Infrastructure On Demand
    41. Why Cloud
    42. Collaborative Working
    43. New Business Opportunities

    Module 2: Implementing and Managing CC

    1. Implementing And Managing Cloud Computing

    Module 3: Using the Cloud

    1. Relevent Technologies In Cloud
    2. Storage Devices-Part 1
    3. Storage Devices-Part 2
    4. Application Programming Interfaces
    5. Traditional Software Model
    6. Impact Of Cloud On Users
    7. Providing Cloud Services
    8. Developing Added Services-Part 1
    9. Developing Added Services-Part 2
    10. Using Cloud Services

    Module 4: Security and Compliance

    1. Threats And Controls
    2. Malicious Insiders
    3. Insiders Remediation

    Module 5: Evaluation of CC

    1. Why Cloud
    2. Resource Scaling
    3. Quality
    4. Thin Clients
    5. Buying Cloud Services
    6. Pay As You Go Vs Ownership
    7. Establishing Requirements
    8. Contract Terms

    EXIN Cloud Computing Foundation is a certification that tests candidates on the basics of Cloud Computing. This vendor-neutral qualification includes some technical knowledge and looks at the general management aspects of Cloud Computing.

    This Cloud Computing Foundation certification is ideal for professionals who have a role or interest in the use and management of internet-based services. This includes management positions, service provider staff and IT administrators and service managers.

    The EXIN Cloud Computing program looks at the way IT-related services are provided via the internet. The creation of this modern, digital utility has led to a wide array of roles needing at least basic Cloud knowledge. Issues of scalability, agility and security are covered within the context of Cloud Computing. The exam materials have been created in collaboration with experts in the Cloud industry.


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