CompTIA Cloud+ Certification Training (CVO 001)

CompTIA's Cloud+ is a vendor-neutral certification that validates technical competency in methodology required to securely implement and maintain cloud technologies. The Cloud+ certification validates...

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CompTIA's Cloud+ is a vendor-neutral certification that validates technical competency in methodology required to securely implement and maintain cloud technologies. The Cloud+ certification validates the knowledge and best practices required of IT practitioners working in cloud computing environments, who must understand and deliver cloud infrastructure.

Jobs that use CompTIA Cloud+ include: Project manager, cloud computing services, cloud engineer, Manager, data center SAN and Business analyst, cloud computing.

Our Cloud+ training course follows the CompTIA objectives, ensuring you receive the training and knowledge needed to succeed.
Who this course is for:

IT professionals and practitioners
CompTIA Cloud+ covers competency in cloud models, virtualization, infrastructure, security, resource management and business continuity.

Course Curriculum

  • Concepts - Models and Terminology Overview Part1
  • Cloud Service Models
  • Derivative Models
  • Service Model Responsibilities
  • Models and Their Consumers
  • Delivery Models
  • On and Off Premises Hosting
  • Orchestration Platform
  • Cloud Terms and Characteristics
  • Cloud Bursting
  • Storage Concepts
  • Disk Storage Systems Overview Part1
  • Disk Storage Systems Overview Part2
  • Disk Types and Rotational Media
  • Drive Access Speed
  • Solid State Drives and Other Storage Options
  • Tiering
  • Raid Types
  • Storage Access File Systems
  • Storage Networking Overview Part2
  • Storage Technologies
  • Access Protocols and Applications
  • Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP)
  • Ethernet Protocol
  • IP and ISCSI
  • Storage Provisioning
  • Network Shares
  • Zoning
  • LUN Masking
  • Multipathing
  • Network Infrastructure Overview Part1
  • Network Infrastructure Overview Part2
  • Network Topologies
  • Network Bandwidth and Latency
  • Routing and Switching
  • Private IP Addressing
  • NAT and PAT
  • Subnetting and Supernetting
  • Routing Tables
  • VLANs
  • Network Protocols and Ports
  • Domain Name Service (DNS)
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Port Numbers to Know
  • Virtualization Components Overview Part1
  • Virtualization Components Overview Part2
  • Hypervisors
  • Virtualization Product Types
  • Virtualization Host
  • CPUs and Cores and Memory Allocation
  • Network Interface Cards
  • Host Maximums
  • Virtual Machine Components
  • Virtual Switches and Routers
  • Managing Memory
  • Virtual Machine Limits
  • Virtualized Storage
  • Guest Tools
  • Virtualization and the Cloud Overview Part1
  • Virtualization and the Cloud Overview Part2
  • Virtualization Benefits
  • Physical to Virtual Migration
  • V2V and V2P Migration
  • VM Cloning
  • Storage Migration
  • Migration Considerations
  • Network Management Overview Part1
  • Network Management Overview Part2
  • SNMP Management Protocol
  • Syslog Management Protocol
  • WMI Management Protocol
  • WBEM Management Protocol
  • IPMI Management Protocol
  • Metrics
  • Remote Access Tools
  • Performance Tuning Overview Part1
  • Performance Tuning Overview Part2
  • Host Resource Allocation and Usage
  • VM Resource Usage Control
  • Physical Resource Redirection
  • Pools and Dynamic Allocation
  • Memory Performance Optimization
  • Disk Performance Optimization
  • Disk Terminology
  • Disk Issues and Mitigation
  • Memory Issues and Mitigations
  • Network Issues and Mitigations
  • CPU Issues and Mitigations
  • Disk and Network Performance Concepts
  • Managing Virtual Machine Resources
  • System Management Overview Part1
  • System Management Overview Part2
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Configuration Management
  • Configuration Management Benefits
  • Configuration Items Procedure
  • Capacity Management
  • Life Cycle Management
  • Life Cycle Management Best Practices
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Overview Part1
  • Configuration Testing Techniques
  • Security Testing Techniques
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-ping
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-tracert
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-ipconfig
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-ifconfig
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-netstat
  • Testing and Troubleshooting Tools-arp-a
  • Telnet
  • Documentation
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The Official CompTIA Cloud+ Study Guide teaches the knowledge and skills to understand cloud architecture and design, deploy cloud services and solutions, successfully maintain, secure, and optimize a cloud environment, troubleshoot common cloud management issues, and prepare candidates to take the CompTIA Cloud+ certification exam.

The course covers cloud networking in the following themes:

Cloud design
Managing cloud networks
Securing cloud resources
Cloud optimization and availability

In addition, increased emphasis has been placed on the use of automation and orchestration, and troubleshooting is covered throughout the course.

There 4 levels of certifications for the Google Cloud platform:

Foundational Certification

Foundational certification validates a broad understanding of cloud concepts, Google Cloud products, services and tools. It also includes use cases and benefits. This Google Cloud certification is for non-technical employees who are able to add value to their company by learning Cloud knowledge, but have no or little experience with Google Cloud.

Associate certification

Associate level certification focuses on fundamental skills in deploying, monitoring and maintaining projects on Google Cloud. This certification can be used to start a journey to professional certifications.

Professional certification

The professional certifications cover key technical job functions. They assess advanced skills in management, design, implementation, or both. These certifications are for professionals with relevant industry experience and familiarity using Google Cloud products.

Google Cloud Platform certification will be required in order to prove that the applicant for a job is qualified in the field. You can get Google Cloud certification by following these steps.

Step 1: Getting knowledge about the cloud computing process and Google Cloud Platform fundamentals.
Step 2: Develop skills to architect using Google Cloud Platform.
Step 3: Learning to apply Google Cloud Platform for designing and processing purposes.
Step 4: Taking the Cloud Architect Examination and getting certified.

GCP certification is now a priority after the second stage and before the final stage. Step 3 is to complete the Cloud Engineering Examination and get certified. This will allow professionals and students to improve their knowledge and determine if they are ready for the next step. You can then try to continue with the second step until you have expertise.

Google Cloud certification exams are well-known for being difficult and thorough. This is why it is so important to prepare and train before taking them. Surprisingly Google does not give a score at the exam's end. Google simply gives a "Pass" and "Fail” result. This doesn't help you in the sense of where to study if you fail. This is another reason why it's important to thoroughly prepare for the exam, and this is where GCP certification training with Dean Institute can help.

Follow the below steps before writing the GCP certification exam:

Take the relevant learning path at Dean Institute that covers all the information you need in each certification area.
You can get hands-on experience with the Google Cloud Platform.
Review the outline in the exam guide and check for any knowledge gaps.
Before you write the exam, make sure to read GCP Cloud Architect certification questions regarding long case studies thoroughly.
Write Google's practice exam.

GCP training with Dean institute can help you pick up a variety of sought-after cloud skills with hands-on learning. Unlock the power of DevSecOps. Become an API engineer. Develop the skills to be a professional cloud architect.

Dean Institute offers various Cloud Computing courses such as Microservices, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack, AWS, Salesforce and the masters program in the technology.

If you are looking for some free resources on GCP, read our blogs on Interview Questions and everything to know about the Google Cloud Platform.

This Google Cloud course is completely online, so there’s no need to show up to a classroom in person. You can access your lectures, readings and assignments anytime and anywhere via the web or your mobile device.

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