This course will examine how storage and virtualization technologies are making possible the enormous rise of cloud computing. The course will look at the impact that cloud computing is having on traditional datacenters. It will also discuss security and disaster recovery from a cloud computing perspective. PREREQUISITE: 10154141 VMware Certified Professional.

Pre-Requisites
VMware Certified Professional
Classes
  • Cloud Computing (24282)
    Web-Enhanced
    Ashland
    1/20/2020 - 5/14/2020
    Days & Times: Mon: 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM
    Dates: 1/20/2020 - 5/11/2020
    Facility: 228 Computer Lab-IT CyberTech
    Instructor: Paul Gordon
    Days & Times: Thurs: 12:30 PM - 3:20 PM
    Dates: 1/23/2020 - 5/14/2020
    Facility: 228 Computer Lab-IT CyberTech
    Instructor: Paul Gordon
    Tuition: $447.75
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A
  • Cloud Computing (24287)
    Online
    Online
    1/20/2020 - 5/15/2020
    Days & Times: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
    Facility: ONLINE
    Instructor: Paul Gordon
    Tuition: $477.75
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A
    Essential Class Information: This class is an online offering. Instruction is delivered via the internet and accessed by you usin ...
  • Cloud Computing (24277)
    ITV
    Rice Lake
    1/21/2020 - 5/14/2020
    Days & Times: Tues, Thurs: 9:30 AM - 11:20 AM
    Facility: 151 IT OS-Virtualization RL
    Instructor: Jeffrey Heathman
    Tuition: $447.75
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A
    Essential Class Information: This class is offered using WITC's Interactive Television (ITV) network. In an ITV class, your inst ...
  • Cloud Computing (24292)
    ITV
    Superior
    1/21/2020 - 5/14/2020
    Days & Times: Tues, Thurs: 9:30 AM - 11:20 AM
    Facility: 316 Superior
    Instructor: Jeffrey Heathman
    Tuition: $447.75
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A
    Essential Class Information: This class is offered using WITC's Interactive Television (ITV) network. In an ITV class, your inst ...

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