Public Cloud Development with Amazon Web Services

AdHoc Network’s Public Cloud Computing Internship is crafted for creating a deep understanding of public cloud infrastructure concepts of how tech giants like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Rack Space, Open Stack provides services over the internet. Candidates will learn ins and outs of public cloud computing and how cloud works and deals with components on an Enterprise Level.

AdHoc Network has a broad syllabus which helps in covering each and every corner or public cloud computing, leaving no stones unturned. Also, It covers all aspects of cloud computing from Research point of view. 

End Product: Your very own and fully functional Public Cloud Datacenter with IAAS | SAAS | StAAS | PAAS over Amazon Web Server.

Audience

Students who are looking to make their career in Cloud Computing and are willing to get placed in awesome companies such as Amazon Web Services, Red Hat, Cisco, and VMWare.  

Candidates which are already Red Hat Certified System Administrators or Red Hat Certified Engineers and looking forward to using their knowledge for creating a cutting-edge project.   

Prerequisite

There are no prerequisites for this course. Though it has the need of basic Linux, Red Hat System Administrator – I and Red Hat System Administrator -II and Python.

All of these three courses are included in this Cloud Computing Course. So there is no need of going for individual courses. 

Concepts and their Implementations

  • Understanding Python CGI.
  • Implementing public MariaDB server.
  • Creating your very own Public Cloud Data Center.
  • Cloud development using AWS API.  
  • Understanding the need and concepts of AWS Infrastructure as a service, EC2. 
  • Understanding the concepts of public cloud computing.
  • Development of public clouds over AWS such as IAAS, SAAS.
  • Implementing AWS S3 API for StAAS.
  • Understanding Software Defined Storage.
  • Understanding AWS S3, a Simple Storage Service.
  • Implementing S3 for object storage.
  • Understanding Block Storage.
  • Implementing Cloud block storage with AWS Elastic Block Storage.
  • Implementing docker containers on Amazon EC2.
  • Understanding AWS Glacier. 
  • Implementing Software as a service on your public server with your own working online office.
  • Learning and developing online compilers.
  • Implementing your own Glance Service from Red Hat Open Stack.

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