1 - Introduction to Cloud Computing
Overview of Cloud Computing Evolution of the Cloud Specialized Cloud Services
2 - Business Value of Cloud Computing
Business Need for Cloud Computing Cloud Scalability Cloud Security Impact of Cloud Computing on Business
3 - Technical Perspectives of Cloud Computing
The Cloud Deployment Models Network Requirements for Cloud Deployment Automation and Self-Service in Cloud Computing Federated Cloud Services Standardization
4 - Technical Challenges of Cloud Computing
Cloud Storage Application Performance Data Integration Security Risks and Mitigation Application Architecture and the Development Process
5 - Steps to Successful Adoption of Cloud Services
Steps to Adopting Cloud Services Organizational Capability to Adopt Cloud Services Cloud Vendor Roles and Capabilities Migrating Applications to the Cloud
6 - ITIL and Cloud Computing
Overview of ITIL Planning Service Strategy Designing Cloud Service Transitioning to Live Environment Running a Cloud Service Operation Continual Service Improvement with Cloud
7 - Identifying Risks and Consequences
Organizational Risks Technical Risks Legal Risks Cost Evaluation for Cloud Computing Identify Maintenance Aspects of Strategic Flexibility
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Who is it For?
The CompTIA Cloud Essential Specialty certification is relevant to IT specialists, IT technical services specialists, IT relationship managers, IT architects, consultants, business and IT management, business process owners, and analysts.
CompTIA recommends that a candidate have at least six months of experience in an IT environment, with direct involvement in IT-related tasks, responsibilities and/or decision-making. It is also recommended that the candidate take the following course: Introduction to Network Design and Management.