LW Cloud Computing Development

Technology is evolving and changing to embrace the cloud. Cloud computing allows you to utilize shared resources available through a service provider. Those resources can be storage space, use of software applications, or servers. You can buy more resources in the cloud if you need to and you can also give back resources that you no longer need. In this course, you will access a variety of cloud services and work with different cloud providers such as Google, and Amazon. You will set up virtual servers, work with cloud file storage, learn about a variety of cloud collaboration options, and much more. This practical course will help you make the transition to working in the cloud from any device, anywhere, anytime!

Cloud computing is an emerging technology through which an increasing number of IT services are delivered over the Internet. From personal messages and pictures on Gmail or Facebook, to more professional offerings from Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Online Services, cloud computing makes it possible to run a successful business without having dedicated hardware, software, and services. The result is that organizations can reduce costs and be more flexible, more mobile, and scalable while improving their quality of service. Virtually every organization is now exploring their potential for cloud computing, searching for a higher agility, scalability and new business opportunities. Successfully adopting the cloud starts with foundation-level knowledge of the possibilities, potential benefits, and understanding of basic roadmaps to implementation

Cloud computing is revolutionizing all aspects of IT, including hardware, operating systems and applications. Faced with a rapidly changing business environment, organizations are under pressure to respond with a flexible IT infrastructure and applications. In this course, you gain the key knowledge and experience required to leverage both the business and technical benefits of cloud computing. You develop an effective implementation strategy and learn to build and deploy applications to the cloud.

Major Topics include in Cloud Computing:

  • Build your own Cloud Data Center
  • Understanding the components and infrastructure of the cloud
  • Working with storage and database services
  • Understanding the benefits of cloud computing
  • Assessing security risks
  • Obtaining cloud storage and Protocols
  • Working with Major Cloud Service Providers
  • Migrating to the cloud
  • Private and Public Cloud Management


There are no formal prerequisites for training but still requires students to have certain knowledge about networking or basic OS prior to attending the class

Target Audience

IT Management /IT Support Staff /IT Consultants /Business Managers /Business Analysts /Process Owners /Service Providers /System Integrators /Architects /IT Service managers /Software Developers/Engineers /Security professionals /Network specialists/engineers /IT Project Managers
Duration : 45 hrs    { 1 & 1/2 Month: 1 hrs Daily or 5 Weekends (Sat n Sun) : 4 hrs daily }

Cost : 15,000 INR

Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Cloud Computing and Cloud Computing Basics

– What is the cloud?

– History of Cloud Computing

– How Cloud Computing Works and Understanding the infrastructure of the cloud

– Exploring the components of the cloud and Advantages & Disadvantages

– Applications for Businesses

– Cloud Service Providers (Intro) and Cloud services overview

– Amazon Web Services

– Microsoft Azure

– Google Appengine

– Cloud Computing Architecture

– Cloud Computing Terminology

– Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

– Platform as a service (PaaS)

– Software as a service (SaaS)

– Network as a service (NaaS)

– Storage as a service (STaaS)

– Data as a service (DaaS)

  • Evaluate whether Cloud Computing Is Right for Your Business

– The operational benefits of the cloud

– The economic benefits of the cloud

– The staffing benefits of the cloud

– Understanding the security risks of cloud computing

  • Virtualization

– Virtualization Basics

– Objectives

– Benefits of Virtualization

– Emulation

– Virtualization for Enterprise

– VMware

– Xen


  • Building Cloud Networks

– Designing and Implementing a Data Center-Based Cloud

– Industry and International Standards

– Communication Requirements for Cloud Implementation

– Public/Private Internet

– Routing to the Datacenter

– Switching within the Data Center

– Bandwidth

– Security

– Storage Options for Cloud Computing


– Redundancy

– Backup and Recovery

  • Storage As-a Service – SaaS

– Overview of storage as a service

– iSCSI Client

– iSCSI server

– NFS Storage

– Security Feature

– About storage providers

– Understanding cloud storage security

– Cloud storage considerations

  • Software As-a Service – SaaS

– Single-Tenant Applications

– SaaS and Users

– SaaS and Software Vendors

– The Impact of SaaS

– X-Window Forwarding

– Tunneling

– Application Integration

– Remote Software Execution

  • Platform As-a Service – PaaS

– Web Application for Platform

– PHP, Python, Bash Platform

– Remote Program Execution

  • Infrastructure As-a Service – IaaS

– Cloud Compute

– Remote Infrastruture Management

– VM Manage on Cloud

– Snap shot

– Remote VM boot locally

  • Amazon Web Services

– AWS Overview

– Elastic Beanstalk

– EC2 Overview

– Amazon S3


– Cloud Front

– Elastic Map Reduce

– Cloudwatch

– Cloud Formation

– Amazon RDS

– Amazon Elasticache

– Amazon SQS

– Amazon IAM

– Amazon SNS

– Amazon SES

– Amazon Route 53

– Amazon DynamoDB

– Amazon Storage Gateway

– Amazon SWF

  • Private Clouds

– Private Clouds

– Benefits and Risks

– Private Cloud vs. Public Cloud

– Private Cloud Example Scenarios

– Private Cloud Examples

– Impact of Private Clouds

  • Migrate to the Cloud

– Making a cloud migration plan

– Analyzing service and service providers

– Releasing data using the wave approach

– Securing data

– Establishing a training plan for staff and other stakeholders

– Predicting and responding to change

  • Evaluate Cloud Performance in Your Business

– Monitoring performance after transitioning to the cloud

– Fine-tuning cloud use

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