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Introduction to Cloud Computing
Migrating into a Cloud
Enriching the ‘Integration as a Service’ Paradigm for the Cloud Era
Enterprise Cloud Computing Paradigm
Virtual Machines Provisioning and Migration Services
Virtual Machines Management for Cloud Infrastructures
Enhance Cloud Computing Environments with Cluster
Secure Distributed Data Storage
Overview of Aneka – Integration of Public and Private Clouds
Introduction to CometCloud
Workflow Engine for Clouds
MapReduce Programming Model
Federated Cloud Computing Architecture
Basics of SLA Management
There are no prerequisites for this course. However, basic knowledge of database and networking concepts would aid in understanding Cloud Computing concepts.
Anyone who wishes to elevate their skills and understanding of Cloud Computing can attend this course. This course is well-suited for:
Cloud computing refers to the delivery of on-demand computing services from applications to data centres over the internet. It is a more efficient way of delivering computing resources and offers platform independence, as the software is not required to be installed on a PC to be accessed. Cloud computing services are subscription-based, i.e. users pay a monthly fee for the resources instead of buying licenses.
This Cloud Computing Training is designed to equip delegates with a thorough knowledge of Cloud Computing. Delegates will learn the seven-step model of migration into a cloud and gain knowledge of three cloud computing models - SaaS, Paas and Iaas. Delegates will be familiarised with Aneka and CometCloud and understand SLA management in Cloud Computing.
Module 1: Introduction to OpenStack
Module 2: Identity Management
Module 3: Working with Dashboard
Module 4: OpenStack Compute Service
Module 5: Object Storage
Module 6: Block Storage
Module 7: Shared File Systems
Module 8: introduction to Networking
Module 9: Telemetry Service
Module 10: Database
Module 11: Overview of Bare Metal
Module 12: Orchestration
There are no prerequisites for attending this course. However, knowledge of Linux System Administration, network concepts and administration, storage, and virtual systems will be beneficial.
Anyone interested in learning Linux OpenStack Administration can attend this course. This course is well suited for:
OpenStack is an open-source cloud computing platform that provides an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution for the building and management of public and private clouds using a group of interconnected services. Each service provides an API that enables this integration. OpenStack controls huge collections of compute, storage, and networking resources in a data centre that is managed through a dashboard. It has a strong ecosystem ideal for heterogeneous infrastructure.
This 2-day course will provide delegates with an in-depth knowledge of OpenStack. Delegates will gain an understanding of identity management, dashboard, and OpenStack Compute Service. In addition, they will be familiarised with object storage and block storage.
This course will also equip you with knowledge of shared file systems including share management and share replication. You will learn about networking, plug-in configurations, and configuring neuron agents.
Overview of Microservices
Size of a Microservice
Domain-Driven Design and Bounded Context
Microservices and SOA
Microservice-Based System Architecture
Integration and Communication
Architecture of Individual Microservices
Technologies for Nanoservices
No prerequisites are required for this course, as it will cover all the core concepts from the beginning.
Anyone who wishes to gain knowledge regarding the basic concepts of Microservices architecture can attend this course. As it is a technical training course, it is ideal for experienced developers, programmers, software architect, and application architects.
Microservicesis an approach to software development which is based on a collection of small, autonomous services. Microservices aims to produce single business domains that can be implemented as fully independent deployable services and implement them on different technology stacks.
The Microservices Architecture Training course is intended for those who wish to gain expertise in creating and managing Microservices Architecture-based solutions.
In the two-day course, you will learn about domain architecture and event-driven architecture and become familiarised with Web, UI, REST, SOAP and RPC. You will also gain knowledge of different Microservices scenarios and the concepts of Domain-Driven Design and Bounded Context. The course also covers the testing of Microservices.
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Course was run very smoothly, Richard our trainer was extremely knowledgeable and delivered the course in a succinct fashion with a twist of humour thrown in.
The course was great and the so was the trainer - brilliantly delivered and I would certainly recommend this course to my colleagues. Thanks to Richard for a great course and delivering it a tough environment virtually.
Richard was very knowledgeable and explained well
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