1 - Identifying Business Benefits of Cloud Computing
Topic A: Application of Cloud Computing Models to Business Needs Topic B: Analyze Business Trends in Cloud Computing Topic C: Evaluate Cloud Service Models and Implementations Topic D: Identify Emerging Trends in Cloud
2 - Selecting End-User Cloud Technologies
Topic A: Select Native Applications Topic B: Select Web Applications
3 - Supporting the Business Case for Cloud Computing
Topic A: Business Benefits and Concerns Topic B: Provider Benefits and Challenges Topic C: Plan Cloud Resource Provisioning
4 - Applying Cloud Computing Models
Topic A: Applying Cloud Models at the Provider Topic B: Implement Cloud Models at the Customer Topic C: Address Challenges in Cloud Implementations
5 - Integrating Cloud Services
Topic A: Plan Domain Name Integration with Cloud Services Topic B: Implement Cloud Service Access
6 - Selecting and Implementing Free Software as a Service (SaaS) Solutions
Topic A: Select SaaS for Personal Use Topic B: Implement a Free SaaS Solution
7 - Selecting and Implementing a Paid SaaS Solution
Topic A: Identify Corporate SaaS Requirements Topic B: Select a Paid SaaS Solution Topic C: Implement a Paid SaaS Solution
8 - Selecting SaaS Solutions for Small Businesses
Topic A: Select SaaS Accounting Solutions Topic B: Select SaaS Storage Solutions Topic C: Select SaaS Project Management Solutions Topic D: Select Other Small Business SaaS Solutions
9 - Selecting SaaS Solutions for Medium-sized to Enterprise Businesses
Topic A: Select SaaS CRM Solutions Topic B: Select SaaS Marketing Solutions Topic C: Select SaaS Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions
10 - Integrating SaaS Solutions
Topic A: Determine Business Needs for SaaS Integration Topic B: Integrate SaaS Solutions
11 - Selecting a Platform as a Service (PaaS) Solutions
Topic A: Evaluate PaaS Solution Benefits Topic B: Select PaaS Solutions for Small Business Topic C: Select PaaS Solutions for Medium and Enterprise Businesses
12 - Selecting Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Solutions
Topic A: Compare IaaS to Traditional Infrastructure Solutions Topic B: Select IaaS Providers
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for system administrators or prospective system administrators who have one year of experience working with Windows Server or other server platforms and who want to develop their evaluation, selection, and implementation skills for cloud services, including Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions, and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions that target businesses of all sizes.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have experience with basic client and server deployment, configuration, and use. This includes configuring network connectivity, configuring server and client communications, installing Windows or Linux servers, using administrative tools, configuring system properties, and configuring networking settings.