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  • CompTIA Cloud Essentials
    • Module 00 - Introduction to Cloud Computing
      • 0.1 Welcome
      • 0.2 Introduction to CompTIA Cloud Essentials Professional Certification
      • 0.3 Agenda
      • 0.5 About CompTIA
      • 0.6 CompTIA Cloud Essentials Objective
      • 0.7 CompTIA Cloud Essentials Exam
      • 0.8 Cloud Essentials Question Pattern
      • 0.9 About this Tutorial
      • 0.10 Simplilearn Practice Questions
      • 0.11 Module Mapping1
      • 0.12 Module Mapping2
      • 0.13 Module Mapping3
      • 0.14 Module Mapping4
      • 0.15 Module Mapping5
      • 0.16 Module Mapping6
      • 0.18 Summary
      • 0.19 Thank you
      • 0.4 What is CompTIA Cloud Essentials?
      • 0.17 Reference Material
    • Module 01 - Characteristics of Cloud Services
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.3 Agenda
      • 1.4 Definition of Cloud Computing
      • 1.5 Essentials Characteristics of Cloud Computing
      • 1.7 Definition of Virtualization
      • 1.8 Commonalities and Differences
      • 1.9 Suitability of Cloud Computing of Organizations
      • 1.10 Non Suitability of Cloud Computing of Organizations
      • 1.11 Reasons for Adoption
      • 1.12 Different Service Models of Cloud Computing
      • 1.13 Deployment Models of Cloud Computing
      • 1.14 Deployment Models of Cloud Computing (Contd.)
      • 1.15 Summary
      • 1.16 Quiz
      • 1.17 Thank you
      • 1.2 'Characteristics of cloud services from a Business Perspective
      • 1.6 Cloud Computing Examples
    • Module 02 - Cloud Computing and Business Value
      • 2.1 Welcome
      • 2.3 Agenda
      • 2.4 Cloud Computing and Outsourcing
      • 2.5 Reasons for Outsourcing
      • 2.6 Commonalities between Cloud Computing and Outsourcing
      • 2.7 Differences between Cloud Computing and and Outsourcing
      • 2.8 Business Value to Organizations
      • 2.9 Cost
      • 2.10 Maintenance
      • 2.11 Security and Risks
      • 2.12 User Experience
      • 2.13 Collaboration and Scalability
      • 2.14 Capacity Planning
      • 2.15 Summary
      • 2.16 Quiz
      • 2.17 Thank you
      • 2.2 Cloud Computing and Business Value
    • Module 03 - Technical PerspectivesCloud Types
      • 3.1 Welcome
      • 3.2 Technical Perspectives Cloud Types
      • 3.3 Agenda
      • 3.4 Cloud Deployment Models
      • 3.5 Software as a Service SaaS
      • 3.6 Platform as a Service PaaS
      • 3.7 Infrastructure as a Service IaaS
      • 3.8 IaaS (contd.)
      • 3.9 Techniques and Methods
      • 3.10 Networking
      • 3.11 Automation and Self Service
      • 3.12 Federated Identity
      • 3.13 Roles of Standardization
      • 3.14 Challenges and Risks
      • 3.15 Application Performance
      • 3.16 Data Replication
      • 3.17 Security Technical and Cloud Storage
      • 3.18 Implications for Applications
      • 3.19 Impact on Application Architecture
      • 3.20 Summary
      • 3.21 Quiz
      • 3.22 Thank You
    • Module 04 - Steps to Successful Adoption of Cloud
      • 4.1 Welcome
      • 4.2 Steps to Successful Adoption of Cloud
      • 4.3 Agenda
      • 4.4 Roadmap to Cloud Design a Pilot
      • 4.5 Matching Cloud Capabilities to Organizational Goals
      • 4.6 Choosing the Right Application
      • 4.7 Roles and Responsibilities of Cloud Vendors
      • 4.8 Skills Essential for Success in Cloud
      • 4.9 Maturity Model
      • 4.10 Critical Success Factors of Cloud Implementation
      • 4.11 Steps to Move to the Cloud
      • 4.12 Multiple Approaches for Migrating Applications
      • 4.13 Summary
      • 4.14 Quiz
      • 4.15 Thank You
    • Module 05 - Impact and Changes of Cloud Computing on IT Service Management
      • 5.1 Welcome
      • 5.2 Impact and Changes of Cloud Computing on IT Service Management
      • 5.3 Agenda
      • 5.4 Definition of IT Service Management
      • 5.5 Impact on Service Management Process ITIL
      • 5.6 Impact on Service Management Process MOF
      • 5.7 Service Strategy
      • 5.8 Service Design
      • 5.9 Service Transition
      • 5.10 Service Operation
      • 5.11 How ITIL Applies to Cloud Computing
      • 5.12 Summary
      • 5.13 Quiz
      • 5.14 Thank You
    • Module 06 - Risks and Consequences
      • 6.1 Welcome
      • 6.2 Risk and Consequences
      • 6.3 Agenda
      • 6.4 Risk Management
      • 6.5 Compliance
      • 6.6 In house Systems Management versus Cloud Computing
      • 6.7 Security
      • 6.8 Privacy
      • 6.9 Reputation
      • 6.10 Legal
      • 6.11 Licensing
      • 6.12 Financial Management
      • 6.13 Implication of Direct Cost
      • 6.14 Strategic Supplier Management
      • 6.15 Summary
      • 6.16 Quiz
      • 6.17 Thank You

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  • What is this course about?

    CompTIA is the leading provider of vendor-neutral certifications in the world. It offers sixteen certification exams in PC support, networking, servers, training, Linux, security, IT sales, green IT, and more. CompTIA has been delivering certification exams for more than fifteen years, and is committed to continually improve the service provided to the industry.

    The Cloud Essentials exam covers six areas, each of which is defined and detailed throughout the course. They are the characteristics of cloud services from a business perspective, the business value offered by cloud computing, the technical perspectives involved in cloud computing, steps to successful adoption of cloud, impact and changes of cloud computing on IT service management, and the risk and consequences of cloud computing.