CompTIA Cloud Essentials Training
Along with virtualization, cloud computing is the most dynamic and rapidly growing internetworking area for any networking engineer to study. The CompTIA Cloud Essentials course (exam CLO-002) give you an excellent technical and business grounding in the benefits of the cloud computing model. Aimed at beginners to this technology, you will gain a valuable insight to this exciting technology.
CompTIA Cloud Essentials Exam Pass
Adam used our CompTIA Cloud Essentials training course to pass his exam on the first try (and his Cisco CCNA). Most students take two or three attempts to pass the CompTIA Cloud Essentials exam ($136 per attempt).
Passing the CompTIA CLO-002 exams requires at least two months of study. You need to master the theory but also complete many hands-on labs so you really understand the software and services.
Passing the Cloud Essentials certification provides the perfect starting point for a career in IT including helpdesk, network support, cloud engineer or Amazon, Azure or Google cloud support.
The course gives you the knowledge you need in order to pass the exam and have the confidence to discuss could solutions with fellow cloud networking engineers and IT managers. It’s perfect for beginners, IT managers, project managers or anyone who wants to learn how cloud networking works.
Is a Red Hat Systems Engineer and Linux consultant. Kaylan is the Linux team team lead in a fortune 500 company.
He works in production support on different flavours of unix such as RedHat Linux, Solaris and IBM AIX.His role involves supporting and training on different flavours of unix and installing, configuration and fixing issues on all types of servers. He also holds an MBA.
- Over 3 hours of video training
- Instructor follow along labs
- End-of-module exams
- End-of-course certificate
- Captions available
- Access to members only forum
- Exam vendor – PearsonVue
- Prerequisites – None
- Recommended – Network+
|Module 1||Introduction to Cloud Computing|
|Unit 1||Course Introduction|
|Unit 2||Cloud Terminology|
|Unit 3||Characteristics of Cloud computing|
|Unit 4||Virtualization and Cloud computing|
|Unit 5||Deployment Models|
|Unit 6||Cloud Computing Positives|
|Unit 7||Cloud Computing Negatives|
|Unit 8||Cloud Service Categories|
|Unit 9||Visual Model of Cloud Computing|
|Module 2||Business Perspectives|
|Unit 1||Cloud Computing and Outsourcing|
|Unit 2||Similarities and Differences|
|Unit 3||Cloud Computing in terms of Business|
|Unit 4||Business Improvement|
|Module 3||Technical Perspectives|
|Unit 1||Private vs Public Cloud|
|Unit 2||Cloud Computing Service Models|
|Unit 3||Deployment Methods|
|Unit 4||Risks and Challenges|
|Unit 5||Impacts of Cloud Computing|
|Module 4||Adopting Cloud Computing|
|Unit 1||Steps for Cloud Adoption|
|Unit 2||Vendor Roles and Responsibilities|
|Unit 3||Vendor and Provider Dependencies|
|Unit 4||Organizational Capabilities|
|Unit 5||Migrating Applications to the Cloud|
|Module 5||Operating Cloud Computing|
|Unit 1||Cloud Computing Service Management|
|Unit 2||Impact of Cloud Computing|
|Module 6||Governing Cloud Computing|
|Unit 1||Challenges in Cloud Computing|
|Unit 2||Cloud Computing Cost|
|Unit 3||Flexibility in Cloud Computing|
|Module 7||Public Cloud|
|Unit 1||Google Cloud|
|Unit 2||Microsoft Windows Azure|
|Unit 3||Amazon Web Services|
|Module 8||Private Cloud|
|Unit 2||VMware Cloud|