Storing data in the cloud makes it easy to access information. But businesses still
depend on qualified professionals to do the hard part: setting everything up. With our Certificate in Cloud Computing, you’ll gain the foundational knowledge and skills to help organizations build and manage cloud services. Coursework in this program is aligned to industry certifications exams like those for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Practitioner, Cloud Developer and SysOps Administrator.
Understand Linux, cloud development and cloud operations
Secure networks in the cloud
Deploy cloud-based applications through Amazon Web Services (AWS)
You’ll need 18 credits to complete this Certificate in Cloud Computing online. Your course schedule may vary based on transferable credits or credits earned through the University’s Prior Learning Assessment.
6 Core Courses
Here’s where you’ll pick up the bulk of your program-specific knowledge. By the time you finish these courses, you should have the confidence and skills needed in a technology environment.
0 General Education Courses
0 Elective Courses
Here’s where you’ll pick up the bulk of your program-specific knowledge. By the time you finish these courses, you should have the confidence and skills needed in this field.
This course introduces practices in cloud infrastructure and services. Covered are a cloud computing model, layers of cloud computing, and functions of cloud computing. Included are fundamental layers of cloud infrastructure: physical, virtual, control, orchestration, and service. Also included are cross-layer functions of cloud infrastructure: business continuity, security, and service management.
This course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand foundational and advanced cloud terminologies/methodologies; to implement, maintain, and deliver cloud technologies and infrastructures (e.g., server, network, storage, and virtualization technologies); and to understand aspects of IT security and use of industry best practices related to cloud implementations.
This course focuses on Network Web Services with a specific focus on Amazon Web services (AWS CCP). The courses will help an IT professional gain knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications.
This course introduces developing on Amazon Web Services (AWS), including understanding AWS services, its uses, and the AWS architecture. Covering foundational knowledge on how to configure, develop, deploy and debug secure cloud-based applications as well as best practices when using AWS.
This course focuses on deploying, managing and operating systems on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Students learn how to implement and control the flow of data and select the appropriate service based on a variety of factors including estimating costs and control mechanisms of migrating from on-prem to the cloud.
NTC/260: FOUNDATIONS OF CLOUD SERVICES
CYB/225: Linux Fundamentals
NTC/300: CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES
NTC/302: NETWORK WEB SERVICES
NTC/304: CLOUD DEVELOPING
NTC/306: CLOUD OPERATIONS
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