Virtualization in cloud computing

Course Name: Virtualization in cloud computing
Delivery Mode: Classroom, onsite, online
Duration: 6 weeks/2 days a week, 40 hrs
Start: October, 28 2020
Price: $799.99

Virtualization architecture that combines virtual machines, virtual networking, and storage and how the virtualization technologies support cloud computing. The program teaches the concepts, architectures and technologies of cloud computing, examines the benefits, risks and challenges of cloud services as an IT strategy, characterizes different cloud service models, and describes different deployment models of cloud computing. It also provides a deep-down analysis of architectures and mechanisms that businesses need to know in order to plan for building and/or migrating IT infrastructure on cloud. It will also provide the opportunity to first hand experience real world cloud platforms such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Admission Requirements
The admissions process is competitive and meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee admission.
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Learning Outcomes
Applicants must demonstrate language proficiency by submitting one of the following scores:
IELTS of 6.5
This course includes knowledge of installing and configuring host and parent settings, of the Hyper-V role on Windows Server. Students will configure the following: virtual networks and security, storage, child settings, child resources, child storage and child network adapters, create and deploy virtual machines, managing and monitoring virtual environments, solve performance and resource issues, configure delegation of rights, create roles and configure authorization rights, explore non-Hyper-V-aware virtualization hosts, ensuring high availability and recoverability. Students will acquire the skill to manage snapshots, manage backups, perform non-clustered migrations, and configure migrations in a Hyper-V environment. Students will be able to explain the following migration scenarios: physical-to-virtual (P2V) migration, virtual-to-virtual (V2V) migration and import/export migration. Students will be instructed on the configuration and effective use of the Microsoft PowerShell feature and the Remote Desktop Role. Students are required to demonstrate these skills through a series of hands on labs and exercises.