About this Course
This cloud computing and data center fundamentals course (LF-CloudData-200) is being offered by LogicFinder to the students and professionals. Cloud computing has emerged as a new paradigm in recent years. This course teaches the technical basics of cloud computing. The course includes basics of virtualization, networking, cloud computing deployment models, Data center architectures and the security issues in cloud computing. It gives an overview of the benefits of cloud computing and how various types of business applications and services can be used in a cloud network scenario. The course concludes with the practical demonstration of OpenStack and Contrail environment.
Division of Syllabus
Part 1: Gives an introduction to cloud computing
Part 2: Discusses virtualization and types of clouds
Part 3: Describes the deployment models of cloud computing
Part 4: Discusses characteristic, advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing
Part 5: Gives and understanding of cloud security
Part 6: Deals with cloud economics
Part 7: Describes the cloud computing applications in detail
Part 8: Discusses the architectures of data center
Part 9: Gives an introduction to OpenStack and its modules
Part 10: Gives an overview of SDN controllers
Part 11: Practical demonstration of OpenStack and Open Contrail Environment
Basic knowledge of networking, virtualization and operating systems.
Who this Course is for
- Anyone who wants to learn more about cloud computing and data center fundamentals
- Network Engineers who want to explore cloud technologies
You can choose as per your requirement from classroom training, one to one training, or online training.
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Course :Cloud Computing and Data Center Fundamentals
About the Instructor
We have some of the best experts in this field teaching and mentoring the course “Cloud Computing and Data Center Fundamentals”. Previously these instructors have been engaged in consulting and teaching roles in the domains of networking, Virtualization, programming software development and mobility. The average experience of the instructors is over 10 years.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand how software defined networking is changing the way communications networks are managed, maintained, and secured.
Who Would Benefit
Suitable for those network, software and IT engineers, as well as managers and consultants who are seeking a solid base understand of SDN, network virtualization and the deployment considerations associated with SDN.