|Course Title||Managing a Cloud Computing Project
|Gouvernement du Québec fee (taxes incl.)
|General Public fee (taxes incl.)
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
(Lunch 30 minutes)
|Dates||September 16, 23, 30; October 14, 21 (no class October 7)|
|Prerequisites||Basic understanding of networking concepts and the Internet|
|Target Audience||IT professionals|
|Location||Brittain Hall – BH-213|
NB: This is a non-credit course. Certificate provided for all participants who have completed 80% of course hours.
|Textbook provided by the teacher.|
|Please note that this is a non-credit course.|
|This is a 30 hour training course using Microsoft Technology which helps you in the understanding and building of the following topics: understanding the cloud; enabling Microsoft cloud services; configuring Microsoft cloud services; and supporting cloud users.
Students who are beginning studies in cloud technology need a strong foundation in the basics before moving on to more advanced technology courses. The Google/Amazon platform will be used for specific presentations and for contrast.
After completing this course, the students will learn key cloud services and terminology, Microsoft cloud services, Microsoft Office 365 and the ability to use, configure, or support parts of other key Microsoft technologies for cloud services. In addition to the theoretical exposé, the student will have hands-on practice with virtualization and nested virtualization.
Based on specific interest the student will have access to and in most case be able to use such services as Team, Yammer, Blog, Sway, Forms, Site web applications, Onedrive, Skype PowerApps, Planner Intune, BI, Staff Notes just to mention a few. In general the student will have access to and use most services provided with Office 365 Business.
|Topics Covered in this Course|
| Based on the class make up, some of these topics will vary:
| Chapter 1, “What is Cloud Computing?”
This session introduces the basic characteristics of cloud computing.
| Chapter 2, “Cloud Models”
This session introduces the four basic cloud deployment models – public, private, community and hybrid.
| Chapter 3, “Service Models”
This session introduces the three basic cloud services models – Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), It also introduces other as a service cloud models, such as Database as a Service (DBaaS) and Everything as a Service (XaaS).
| Chapter 4, “Current Cloud Technologies”
This session gives examples of each of the three main cloud service models used.
| Chapter 5, “cloud Business Value”
This session looks at how to evaluate the possible benefits of cloud computing to a business from an organizational and financial point of view.