Course Duration : 5 Days
Cloud Infrastructure and Services (CIS)
Gain the skills needed to make informed decisions on building and managing cloud infrastructure. The course is ideal for gaining a broad understanding of the cloud computing reference model and the fundamental principles of building a cloud infrastructure.
Cloud Infrastructure and Services v2*
This course educates participants on building cloud infrastructure based on a cloud computing reference model. The reference model includes five fundamental layers (physical, virtual, control, orchestration, and service) and three cross-layer functions (business continuity, security, and service management) for building a cloud infrastructure. For each layer and cross-layer function, this course covers the comprising technologies, components, processes, and mechanisms. This course takes an open-approach to describe the concepts and technologies, which are further illustrated and reinforced with EMC-related product examples. The course follows the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology as a guide for all definitions of cloud computing. Upon completing this course, participants will have the knowledge to make informed decisions on technologies, processes, and mechanisms required to build a cloud infrastructure.
Benefits IT professionals responsible for architecting and managing the cloud.
Module 1: Introduction to Cloud Computing
Module 2: Building the Cloud Infrastructure
• Deploymentoptionsandsolutionsforbuildingcloudinfrastructure • Considerationsforbuildingcloudinfrastructure
Module 3: Physical Layer
• Storagesystemarchitecture • Networkconnectivity
Module 4: Virtual Layer
Module 5: Control Layer
• Software-definedapproachformanagingITinfrastructure • Resourceoptimizationtechniques
Module 6: Service and Orchestration Layers
• Protocolsforaccessingcloudservices • Serviceorchestration
Module 7: Business Continuity
• Businesscontinuityandserviceavailability • Faulttolerancemechanisms
Module 8: Security
Module 9: Service Management
• Serviceportfoliomanagementprocesses • Serviceoperationmanagementprocesses