Introduction to Cloud Computing

Overall rating: 4.42 Instructor: 4.80 Materials: 4.58 more …

Public Cloud services have been disrupting traditional IT operations and impact the overall way of service and software development delivery. While the Public Cloud adoption is ubiquitous, the understanding of how software architecture, deployment, and operation is impacted by that is not as ubiquitous.

This webinar covers the basics of Public Cloud services, with other webinars in the Cloud Computing roadmap providing details of specific cloud services.

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Contents

In this webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Cloud technology overview & terminology
  • Sample Public Cloud services
  • Shares Cloud Responsibility
  • Security & Reliability
  • Automation
  • Cloud-native Design including Case Studies

Happy Campers

About the webinar

Good for beginners.
Bogdan Golab
This session was to basic for me. However I knew that going in and I attended as part of my job is to educate customers about cloud so I am always interested in the approach taken by other individuals and groups. I thought that content lived up to the course description and it was a very good "primer" -
Kevin Barker
Good points on IPv6 security and other implementation implications from someone who has really done it.
Georgi Stoev
ipSpace.net is my go-to resource for high-quality content related to Networking and Cloud Computing. Mr. Pepelnjak and his team always tend to deliver, with high level of quality, the latest technologies and developments in the world of networking and cloud computing. The best part of ipSpace.net is the knowledge transfer of industry veterans and professionals that know what they are talking about.
Predrag Petrovic

About the materials

Would like to see public cloud IPv6 section.
Georgi Stoev

The Authors

Matthias LuftMatthias Luft is a Principal Platform Security Engineer at Salesforce Heroku. After more than 10 years in IT Security, he is still excited about a broad range of topics (from hypervisor security to IT security management) and has presented on them on various occasions. Currently, he works on container and cloud security topics.

Florian BarthFlorian Barth s founder and CTO of Stocard - THE Mobile Wallet App. He is responsible for evolving and managing Stocard’s docker-backed, cloud-hosted microservices-swarm while staying up to date in security, mobile development, and many other tech topics.