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Cloud Computing I for Developers

Learn how to put the latest open source technology into practice with hands-on training, delivered by industry experts, aligned to your desired business outcomes

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2 Days

Available On-Site

Available Virtually

Open Enrollments Available
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Customizable

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

This course explores the core cloud infrastructure technologies with examples and detailed coverage of the Amazon AWS and Google GCP clouds. Through lecture, discussion, and hands-on labs, attendees will learn how to deploy, manage and monitor cloud-based infrastructure for their applications via the command line, web-based interfaces, and IDE-based development environments. Throughout the course, participants will explore important cloud-based concepts such as high availability, data redundancy, state management, provisioning, and resource monitoring. Upon completion, attendees will have a broad understanding of the various cloud technologies in common use and how to leverage unique features of the cloud to deploy applications.

Delivery

Available for Instructor-Led (ILT) in-person/onsite training or Virtual Instructor-Led training (VILT) delivery; Open Enrollment options may be available.

Who Should Attend

Developers, Architects, DevOps, Quality Assurance (QA) personnel and Professional Services staff

What Attendees will learn

This intensive two day hands-on course is designed to provide participants with a foundational understanding of cloud computing and Infrastructure as a Service from a developer’s perspective. Learning modules include:

  • Cloud computing overview
  • Virtual machines
  • Block storage and object storage
  • Identity management
  • Cloud networking
  • Load balancers and autoscaling

Prerequisites

Each student must have a laptop with internet access and the ability to run a 64 bit virtual machine. Knowledge of basic programming concepts is required, knowledge of a specific programming language is not required.