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- Implement appropriate security controls given requirements.
- Analyze system requirements to successfully execute workload migrations to the cloud.
- Determine proper allocation of cloud resources and apply necessary changes, based on performance data.
- Troubleshoot capacity, automation, connectivity and security issues related to cloud implementations.
- Apply appropriate technologies and processes, including automation and orchestration, to ensure desired system performance.
- It's recommended to have at least 24–36 months of work experience in IT networking, network storage or datacenter administration.
- A familiarity with any major hypervisor technologies for server virtualization, though vendor-specific certifications in virtualization are not required
- Knowledge on CompTIA Network+ and/or CompTIA Server+ are encouraged but not required.
Mike Meyers and the Total Seminars Team, brings you this TOTAL: Cloud Computing / CompTIA Cloud+ Cert. (CV0-002) course with your instructor, Tom Carpenter.
This is NOT a boring voice over PowerPoint course. Tom speaks to you and presents the material in an engaging interactive style that will keep you interested and make it easier to understand. Check out the free sample lectures and you will see the difference.
Learn the basics of Cloud Computing and prepare for the CompTIA Cloud +Certification. Cloud+ is part of the CompTIA Infrastructure Pathway. Cloud+ is an intermediate level Network Specialist certification. The median annual salary for a Cloud+ certified tech is $74,300* and there are currently over 50,000 job postings* for techs with this certification in the US.
Job Titles that this training prepares you for include:
System's Administrator, Cloud
Network Engineer, Cloud
Network Administrator, Cloud
Are you looking to learn more about the Cloud and what it can do for you or your company? Maybe you've heard this buzzword, but don't know what it means to take your business and network solutions into the cloud. If you want to learn the basics of the Cloud on a pathway to AWS or Azure Certification this course will give you the foundational knowledge to begin your journey.
10 hours of video
PDFs that detail all the exam objectives covered in each episode (valuable studying tool)
PDFs of the CompTIA Cloud+ exam objectives
End-of-chapter quizzes to test your knowledge
Q&A section where you have access to me and my team of teaching assistants to answer any questions you might have
Bonus videos launched from time-to-time with updated information, exam tips, study tools, and more
30-day money-back guarantee
Certificate of completion
Domain 1.0: Configuration and Deployment 24%
Domain 2.0: Security 16%
Domain 3.0: Maintenance 18%
Domain 4.0: Management 20%
Domain 5.0: Troubleshooting 22%
Exam code: CV0-002
Max. 90 questions (multiple choice and performance-based)
Length of exam: 90 minutes
Passing score: 750 (on a scale of 100-900)
Exam cost: $329
Languages: English and Japanese
Recommended experience: 2-3 years in system administration
Retirement: Usually 3 years after launch
Tom Carpenter is the Chief Technical Officer at CWNP (Certified Wireless Network Professionals). He's been in the IT industry for 25+ years, written over 20 books on IT subjects, and is also heavily involved in objectives development and exam creation in the certification industry. Tom's teaching style is casual; he wants you to have fun while you learn practical applications of Cloud Computing. Join our class now and let us know how you plan to use the cloud in your personal or professional life!
* Burning Glass Technologies. (2019). Labor Insights.
- Any student wanting to learn the basics of Cloud Computing and prepare for the CompTIA Cloud+ Certification.
In this episode Tom introduces the content to be covered in the course. The topics covered will introduce you to Cloud Computing in general and prepare you to take the CompTIA Cloud+ Certification exam. Let’s get started learning about the cloud!
In this episode, you will learn about the Cloud+ exam and the basic factors you should know to prepare for and take the exam.
This episode helps you to get started quickly by setting up accounts with AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. The accounts are free, but require a credit card for identity validation.
This episode will provide a robust definition of the cloud so that you can comprehend its application to real-world implementations and use. The definition is explained in detail with each concept clearly defined.
Cloud deployment models provide a thinking tool to help you choose the best cloud solution for your needs. This episode introduces public, community, private and hybrid clouds.
This episode will provide a brief overview of the interfaces and offerings of three major cloud service providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
This episode explores private cloud solution and provides examples of specific systems that may be implemented for private cloud management.
Over the years, several acronyms have come to be associated with cloud architectures. This episode introduces and explains these architectural terms.
This episode introduces the concept of platforms, which are used to provide everything needed for an application to operate properly.
After testing, the results should be analyzed to identify any areas requiring attention, such as configuration changes, new services, removal of software and services, and so forth. This episode provides an overview of the considerations to be made during test results analysis.
Getting the most value for your expense is important of all areas of IT and particularly in cloud computing. Configured improperly, you can easily spend more than required. This episode allows you to gain experience working with the three big cloud vendor’s pricing calculators.
You may require connectivity from your local network to the cloud for local applications to communicate with cloud applications or for other sensitive data transfer. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are most commonly used in such cases. This episode explains their functionality and use.
Workload migrations allow you to consider an entire solution that supports a work process instead of just considering a single server. This episode explains that workload migrations involve many of the same considerations of server migrations as well as more detailed support for application migrations.