This course provides the learner with a basic overview of cloud computing focusing on the core concepts, their definition, their history, and emerging trends. Key areas include the cloud service models (Information-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, and Software-as-a-Service) and deployment models (public, private and hybrid clouds) as well as key elements of cloud architecture (virtualization, virtual machines, storage, networking, and containers).
Finally, learners will explore the emerging trends related to cloud computing (hybrid multi-cloud, microservices, serverless, cloud-native, DevOps, and application modernization).
· Learn core concepts of cloud computing, cloud architecture components, and some real-world applications of cloud computing.
· Get a solid introduction to IBM Cloud services, their ideal use-cases, and real-world applications across industry verticals.
Students must complete the course in 12 weeks. Students can request their certificates after the final assessment, knowledge check, and certification exam.
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