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30/04/2014
What I would highlight Challenging course with a step learning course. The training delivery was good. Trainer is a patient trainer who covered each concept well.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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18/04/2014
What I would highlight A well organized training. The trainer spoke clearly about relevant topics, kept things light. I would recommend the training to my colleagues.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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11/03/2014
What I would highlight Faculty is really very good and interactive.

What could be improved Nothing

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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05/03/2014
What I would highlight Nice training material provided by Simplilearn.

What could be improved Nothing

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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04/03/2014
What I would highlight Training was good, refreshed my knowledge. Faculty explained in a simple and understanding manner.

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Would you recommend this course? Yes.

What you'll learn on the course

Computing

Course programme

Course Preview Course Agenda
  • Cloud Computing Fundamentals
    • Cloud Computing Fundamentals
      • 1.1 EXIN Cloud Computing Foundation
      • 1.2 Welcome to the Basic Training Material
      • 1.3 Agenda
      • 1.4 Introduction
      • 1.5 Course objectives
      • 1.6 Overview Cloud Computing
      • 1.7 1 The Principle-sof Cloud Computing
      • 1.8 1 1 The Concept of cloud computing
      • 1.9 Overview of the Concept of Cloud Computing
      • 1.10 Definitions
      • 1.11 Five Characteristics
      • 1.12 IT becomes an utility
      • 1.13 Cloud Computing Some examples
      • 1.14 Four Deployment models
      • 1.15 Private Cloud just another name for a datacenter
      • 1.16 Public Cloud
      • 1.17 Community Cloud
      • 1.18 Hybrid Cloud
      • 1.19 Cloud Service Models
      • 1.20 SaaS
      • 1.21 Paas
      • 1.22 Iaas
      • 1.23 Questions
      • 1.24 1 2 The evolution toward Cloud computing
      • 1.25 Overview of the Evolution of Cloud Computing
      • 1.26 Historic timeline
      • 1.27 Minicomputers
      • 1.28 From Microcomputer to PC
      • 1.29 Local Area Networking
      • 1.30 Network and Servers
      • 1.31 The role of the Internet
      • 1.32 Virtualization
      • 1.33 Virtualization
      • 1.34 Five types of virtualization
      • 1.35 Types of Virtualization in Private Cloud
      • 1.36 Full Virtualization
      • 1.37 Paravirtualization
      • 1.38 Difference between Full and Paravirtualization
      • 1.39 Difference between Full and Paravirtualization
      • 1.40 Operating systems running on Full Virtualization
      • 1.41 Operating system running on Paravirtualization
      • 1.42 Managed Services in the Cloud
      • 1.43 Managed Services
      • 1.44 Questions
      • 1.45 1 3 History of Cloud
      • 1.46 History and The making of the Cloud
      • 1.47 Technologies
      • 1.48 Cloud Evolution
      • 1.49 Examples of Cloud Providers
      • 1.50 Examples Contd
      • 1.51 Services by Microsoft Azure
      • 1.52 Big Data
      • 1.53 Big Data
      • 1.54 Examples contd
      • 1.55 Products offerred by Salesforce
      • 1.56 Sales Cloud
      • 1.57 Service Cloud
      • 1.58 Grid Computing
      • 1.59 Utility Computing
      • 1.60 Utility Computing
      • 1.61 Virtualization
      • 1.62 What is Virtualization
      • 1.63 What is Virtualization
      • 1.64 Today s IT Challenges
      • 1.65 Typical Dev Test Infrastructure is an IT Headache
      • 1.66 Virtualization is the Key
      • 1.67 Virtual Hardware
      • 1.68 Virtualization Basics
      • 1.69 Cloud Enabling Technology Virtualization
      • 1.70 Virtualization Basics
      • 1.71 Virtualization Basics
      • 1.72 Server Virtualization Architectures
      • 1.73 The Hypervisor
      • 1.74 Questions
      • 1.75 1 4 Cloud computing Architectures
      • 1.76 Overview of Cloud Computing Architectures
      • 1.77 Cloud Computing Architectures
      • 1.78 Multipurpose Architecture
      • 1.79 Server Virtualization Architectures
      • 1.80 Virtualization as the Operating System
      • 1.81 Virtualization with a Host Operating System
      • 1.82 Tiered Architecture
      • 1.83 Multi tenancy Architecture
      • 1.84 Service Oriented Architectures
      • 1.85 Cloud and SOA
      • 1.86 Service Oriented Architecture Criteria
      • 1.87 Questions
      • 1.88 1 5 Benefits and limitations of cloud computing
      • 1.89 Overview of the Drivers Limitations
      • 1.90 Main benefits of Cloud computing
      • 1.91 Cloud Computing Limitations
      • 1.92 2 Implementing and Managing Cloud Computing
      • 1.93 Overview of Implementing and Managing Cloud Computing
      • 1.94 2 1 Building a local Cloud environment
      • 1.95 Overview of Local Cloud Environment
      • 1.96 Why own a local Cloud environment
      • 1.97 Main Components and their interconnection
      • 1.98 Main hardware components
      • 1.99 Main software components
      • 1.100 Architectural considerations (general)
      • 1.101 Architectural considerations Connection requirements
      • 1.102 Virtual Private Network access
      • 1.103 Risks of connecting a local Cloud Network to the Public Internet
      • 1.104 Data Protection and Partitioning
      • 1.105 2 2 The principles of managing Cloud services
      • 1.106 IT Service Management Principles in a Cloud Environment
      • 1.107 IT Governance
      • 1.108 Managing Service Levels in a Cloud Environment
      • 1.109 ISOIEC 200002011 Processe
      • 1.110 Questions to ask from the Cloud provider
      • 1.111 Questions
      • 1.112 3 Using the Cloud
      • 1.113 3 1 Overview of Accessing the Cloud
      • 1.114 Accessing Web applications through a Web Browser
      • 1.115 Cloud Web Access Architecture
      • 1.116 The Internet
      • 1.117 Understanding open standards for the Cloud the OSI model
      • 1.118 Examples of standard protocols
      • 1.119 The use of a thin Client
      • 1.120 Categories of Web applications for everyone
      • 1.121 Categories of Web applications for business
      • 1.122 Overview of the use of Mobile Devices in accessing the Cloud
      • 1.123 Mobile web enabled devices
      • 1.124 Typical solutions for mobile devices
      • 1.125 Questions
      • 1.126 3 2 HOW cloud computing Can support business processes
      • 1.127 Impact of Cloud Computing on primary business processes
      • 1.128 Role of standard applications in collaboration
      • 1.129 Application Example Content Management Systems
      • 1.130 Service providers using the cloud
      • 1.131 Impact on Relationship Vendor Customer
      • 1.132 Benefits and Risks of providing Cloud based Services
      • 1.133 4 Security and Compliance
      • 1.134 Overview of Security and Compliance
      • 1.135 Is the Cloud safe
      • 1.136 4 1 Security risks and mitigating measures
      • 1.137 Security risks in the Cloud
      • 1.138 Measures mitigating Security Risks
      • 1.139 Security is generally perceived as a huge issue for the cloud
      • 1.140 Another Data Point for Clouds and Security
      • 1.141 In Some Ways Cloud Computing Security Is No Different Than Regular Security
      • 1.142 The CIA Security Objectives
      • 1.143 Bitbucket DDoS d Off The Air
      • 1.144 Maintenance Induced Cascading Failures
      • 1.145 Storage related failure
      • 1.146 Natural Disaster Causing Power Failure
      • 1.147 Mitigating Cloud Computing Availability Issues
      • 1.148 Mitigating Data Loss Risks
      • 1.149 Cloud Computing And Perimeter Security
      • 1.150 Cloud Computing Host Based Intrusion Detection
      • 1.151 Cloud Computing Also Relies on the Security of Virtualization
      • 1.152 What was the Cloudburst Report
      • 1.153 Cloudburst Report cntd
      • 1.154 Choice of Cloud Provider
      • 1.155 Security layers in the Cloud
      • 1.156 Security Issues across Layers in Cloud
      • 1.157 Provider Tenant Responsibility Matrix
      • 1.158 Hypervisor Virus
      • 1.159 Hypervisor Viruses
      • 1.160 Crisis Malware
      • 1.161 What is Crisis Malware
      • 1.162 Crisis Malware Contd
      • 1.163 Crisis Malware Contd
      • 1.164 Blue Pill
      • 1.165 Blue Pill
      • 1.166 Blue Pill
      • 1.167 Best practices to prevent malware infection
      • 1.168 Researchers develop malware detection for hypervisor security
      • 1.169 Hypervisor Security Contd
      • 1.170 Hypervisor Security Contd
      • 1.171 Hypervisor Security Contd
      • 1.172 Questions
      • 1.173 4 2 Managing identity andprivacy
      • 1.174 Overview of Managing identity and privacy
      • 1.175 Authentication
      • 1.176 Triple A Authentication
      • 1.177 Main aspects of Identity Management
      • 1.178 Single Sign On (SSO) for web services
      • 1.179 Privacy compliance issues and safeguards in Cloud computing
      • 1.180 Personal Identifiable Information (PII)
      • 1.181 International Privacy Compliance
      • 1.182 Safeguards
      • 1.183 Questions
      • 1.184 5 The business case
      • 1.185 he business case for Cloud computing
      • 1.186 Business drivers
      • 1.187 Compelling feature quicker time to market
      • 1.188 TCO and all that stuff
      • 1.189 Example Total cost of application ownership (TCAO)
      • 1.190 Operational and staffing benefits
      • 1.191 5 1 Legal Issues
      • 1.192 Legal Issues in Cloud Computing
      • 1.193 Law for Cloud Computing Service
      • 1.194 Compliance as per The IT Rules 2011
      • 1.195 Compliance of Cloud Computing
      • 1.196 Indemnity Issues in Cloud Computing
      • 1.197 Agreement Clauses in Cloud Service
      • 1.198 Legal Liability of Cloud Providers
      • 1.199 Loss Of Location in Cloud Computing
      • 1.200 Letter rogatory an option
      • 1.201 Data Portability on Cloud
      • 1.202 Copyright Issues for Data on Cloud
      • 1.203 5 2 Cloud Integration Green IT
      • 1.204 It is easy being green
      • 1.205 Green Data Centers
      • 1.206 Green Data Centers
      • 1.207 Green Data Centers
      • 1.208 Green Data Centers
      • 1.209 Green Data Centers
      • 1.210 Green Data Centers
      • 1.211 5 3 Evaluating implementations
      • 1.212 Overview of Evaluating Cloud Computing Implementations
      • 1.213 The evaluation of performance factors management requirements and satisfaction factors
      • 1.214 Evaluating Cloud Implementations
      • 1.215 Performance Requirements and Satisfaction
      • 1.216 Evaluation of service providers and services what you get for the money
      • 1.217 5 4 Case Studies
      • 1.218 Amazon Cloud Users New York Times and Nasdaq (408)
      • 1.219 Example 2 IBM Google Cloud
      • 1.220 Example 3 Alabama State University
      • 1.221 Engineering Firm Virtualizes Field Servers Saves 3 2 Million with Switch to Hyper V
      • 1.222 Appliance Manufacturer Saves 1 5 Million with Global Virtualization Solution
      • 1.223 NASA BeAMartian Website
      • 1.224 NASA
      • 1.225 NASA
      • 1.226 NASA
      • 1.227 NASA
      • 1.228 LexisNexis Case Study ISV Builds Innovative Mobile App for Lawyers 25 Percent Faster with Cloud Solution
      • 1.229 LexisNexis
      • 1.230 LexisNexis Solution
      • 1.231 LexisNexis Solution
      • 1.232 Mahindra Satyam
      • 1.233 Mahindra Satyam
      • 1.234 Mahindra Satyam
      • 1.235 Large American Retail Chain
      • 1.236 Large American Retail Chain
      • 1.237 Large American Retail Chain
      • 1.238 EDS Turns to VMware Server Virtualization to Support Australian Customers
      • 1.239 EDS Turns to VMware Server Virtualization to Support Australian Customers
      • 1.240 EXIN Cloud Computing Foundation exam
      • 1.241 End

Additional information

  • What is this course about?

    EXIN Cloud Computing provides IT-related services through internet. It allows you to improve skills on handling cloud applications and services at your own convenience. Exin Cloud Computing course is designed for participants who are looking at successfully completing the foundation certification by EXIN on Cloud Computing.