Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Where to go from here, part of Cloud Computing First Look (2012).
Congratulations! You've reached the end of Cloud Computing First Look. You should now …have a better understanding of what the cloud is and how cloud computing might benefit you …and/or your business. …But perhaps you'd like to know more, more about the cloud, more about specific cloud-based …tools or maybe you'd like to get a better understanding of one particular area of cloud …computing, well we at lynda.com want to hear from you. …We've posted a blog and we invite you to share your thoughts and questions. We'll use your …feedback to make regular updates to this course, so that like the cloud itself, it will continue …to evolve to meet your needs.…
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David also presents an overview of migration and common cloud technologies as you contemplate a move to the cloud, including Google Apps, Microsoft Windows Live, and more. The final chapter outlines how to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of the cloud for your business.
- Understanding the components and infrastructure of the cloud
- Working with storage and database services
- Understanding the benefits of cloud computing
- Assessing security risks
- Obtaining cloud storage
- Working with Google Apps, Windows Live, iCloud, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Training others on cloud use
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate whether Cloud Computing Is Right for Your Business
3. Explore Cloud Storage
4. Explore Cloud Tools
5. Migrate to the Cloud
Securing data2m 26s
6. Evaluate Cloud Performance in Your Business
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