Cloud Computing Training

Cloud Computing, often referred to as simply “The cloud,” is the delivery of On-Demand Computing Resources — everything from applications to Data Centers — over the Internet on a pay-for-use basis.

Elastic Resources — Scale up or down quickly and easily to meet demand
Metered service so you only pay for what you use
Self Service — All the IT resources you need with Self-Service Access

Course Overview

TWO DAY HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON
CLOUD COMPUTING
Day 1 (3 Sessions)
1. Introduction to the cloud
 What is a cloud?
 Where did the cloud come from? History, evolution, etc.
 What a cloud is not: Grid, parallel computing, VM, etc.
 Characteristics of cloud computing
2. What makes a cloud?
 Storage Virtualization
 Application virtualization
 Server virtualization
 Network virtualization
3. Hands-on demonstration of cloud computing
 Creating an account on the cloud
 Starting a server instance
 Allocating storage and other resources
 Deploying an application
4. Cloud Computing Service Models
 Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS)
 Platform as a Service (PAAS)
 Software as a Service (SAAS)
5. Cloud Computing deployment models
 Public Cloud
 Private Cloud
 Community Cloud
 Hybrid Cloud
6. Advantages of cloud computing
 Cost model change (Capex to Opex only)
 Reduction in cost of ownership (TCO)
 On-demand scalability
 Reliability
 Shorter Time to Market
 Ease of Use
 Reduction in operation overheads
7.Challenges of cloud computing
 Security
 Data privacy
 Performance
 Availability
Day 2 (3 Sessions)
8. Cloud providers and their offerings
 Amazon
 Microsoft
 Google
 Salesforce.com
8. Amazon Web Services
 Services offered by Amazon
 Hands-on Amazon
 EC2 – Configuring a server, Launching an instance
 S3- Allocating storage buckets,
 Creating groups, objects and bucket policies
9. Microsoft Windows Azure
 Microsoft Windows Azure architecture
 Services offered by Microsoft Azure
 Hands-on on Azure
 Creating and deploying an application on Azure
 Migrating an existing application to Azure
 Migrating the application’s data to SQL Azure
10.Introduction to Force.com from Sales force
 Infrastructure as a service
 Database as a service
 Integration as a service
 Logic as a service
 UI as a service
 Development as a service
Administering the Cloud
1. Server Provisioning
 Capacity planning
 How to provision servers in cloud
 What type of server do I need?
 Best practices
2.Providing Security
 VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)
 How to ensure security within cloud
 Firewall and security groups
3. Backup/Recovery of data
 Backups
 Backup strategy
 Where to save backup
 Restore operations
4. High Availability – HA
 How to ensure availability
 Provisioning across zones (Physical data-centers for availability)
 Elastic IPs for high availability
5. Server monitoring and Performance monitoring
 Monitoring needed in the cloud
 Monitoring tools availability
 Performance monitoring
 Tweaks to improve performance and availability

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