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365 dages online kursus

Online kursus: CompTIA Cloud+

Bliv sat grundigt ind i CompTIA Cloud+ med en kursuspakke, der hjælper dig til at forstå og dygtiggøre dig inden for cloud computing, virtualization, datacentre og sikkerhed. Kursus kollektionen er på engelsk og foregår online, når det passer dig. Du har adgang til online kurset i 365 dage.

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Introduktion

Med kursussamlingen får du en forståelse for fordele og koncepter samt terminologi inden for cloud computing og tjenesteudbydere. Du lærer om de forskellige tilgængelige typer af cloud services og servicemodeller såvel som deres unikke karakteristika. Derudover bliver du blandt andet bekendt med virtualization og hvorfor netop dette koncept tillader de storstilede og dynamiske cloud computing data centre at eksistere i et stigende omfang. Du lærer om virtual machine (VM) og forskellige virtuelle ressourcer samt almindelige ledelsesopgaver, der er forbundet med at indsættelsen af VMs. Endeligt vil du blive indført i forskellige storageløsninger samt sikkerhedsspørgsmål og hvordan du finder den løsning, som passer bedst til dine omgivelser.

Deltagerprofil

Kursussamlingen henvender sig til IT-fagfolk med 2-3 års erfaring inden for networking, storage eller administration af datacentre. Den ideelle kursist besidder derudover både gode computerfærdigheder samt teknisk forståelse.

Kurset er oplagt til personer, som ønsker at opnå anvendelige jobfærdigheder eller er på vej til at tage CompTIA Cloud+ certificeringseksamen.

Indhold

CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Cloud Fundamentals
  • start the course
  • recognize the main concepts of service delivery and cloud service models
  • describe the characteristics of SaaS (as defined by NIST)
  • describe the characteristics of PaaS (as defined by NIST)
  • describe the characteristics of IaaS (as defined by NIST)
  • describe the characteristics of DaaS
  • describe the characteristics of BPaaS, CaaS, and XaaS
  • recognize the issues around accountability and responsibility with cloud services and providers
  • identify the basic cloud delivery models
  • identify the characteristics of public clouds and the issues unique to public cloud models
  • identify the characteristics of private clouds and the issues unique to private cloud models
  • identify the characteristics of community clouds and hybrid clouds, and the issues unique to each
  • compare and contrast security issues for each of the cloud delivery models
  • recognize how each delivery model differs on performance and functionality and how you can validate those characteristics
  • distinguish cloud management tools including System Center and vCenter
  • describe the scalability characteristics of cloud services including elasticity, just-in-time service, and cloud bursting
  • describe the charging mechanisms used in cloud services including pay-as-you-grow, chargeback, and resource metering
  • recognize the main concepts and implications of multitenancy in cloud services
  • describe the service and server deployment mechanisms in a cloud environment including self-service and automation
  • define the main concepts of object storage including unique object IDs, metadata, and data
  • describe the use of extended metadata in object storage systems to support management policy
  • describe the features of object storage replication and security implementations
  • define cloud services, including the types of cloud services, the delivery models available, and the characteristics of the varying services
CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Virtualization
  • start the course
  • describe the basic concepts of hardware virtualization and the role of the hypervisor
  • distinguish between type I bare metal and type II OS-dependent hypervisors, proprietary and open source options, and consumer versus professional hypervisors
  • describe BIOS and firmware issues for virtualization and physical CPU and memory configurations that support virtualization
  • describe network and storage hardware and how they enable virtualization
  • describe the components of a VM including virtual memory and virtual CPU, virtual NICs, and virtual routers
  • describe virtual storage including virtual HAB and NPIV, shared storage, and cluster storage
  • recall the process of creating a VM, and import and export options
  • recognize virtual disk types and their uses, snapshots and cloning, and image and file backup
  • recognize the processes involved in backing up a VM and configuration and backing up the VM file contents
  • configure virtual NIC and virtual switch settings
  • define basic VLAN and VSAN settings
  • recognize that virtual resources are not tied to a physical machine, that they can be moved, and the reasons for doing so
  • describe the process of storage migration in different scenarios, with local DAS storage and with network storage
  • describe online and offline migration options with different hypervisors and the characteristics and requirements of each
  • distinguish when and how physical to virtual, virtual to virtual, and virtual to physical migrations can and should take place
  • describe the benefits that virtualization brings in the context of a cloud environment in terms of resource utilization
  • describe the benefits that virtualization brings in the context of a cloud environment in terms of rapid scalability
  • describe the benefits that virtualization brings in the context of a cloud environment in terms of network and application isolation
  • describe the benefits that virtualization brings in the context of a cloud environment in terms of infrastructure consolidation
  • describe how virtualization components can be used to build a data center
  • describe virtualization , virtual/physical resources, and VM management tasks
CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Data Center Infrastructure
  • start the course
  • describe the role of DAS storage in servers and its limitations
  • describe the evolution of server storage from DAS to network storage and the reasons and advantages
  • describe the protocols used in FC and iSCSI SAN applications including FC, Ethernet, FCoE, iSCSI, FCP, and IP
  • recognize the processes involved in provisioning SAN and NAS storage
  • recognize different disk types including mechanical, SSDm PATA, SATA, Parallel SCSI, and SAS
  • describe the concepts of tiered storage, performance requirements at each tier, and policies
  • describe RAID levels 0, 1, 0+1, and 1+0
  • describe RAID levels 5 and 6
  • recognize the common file systems and where they are used including UFS, EXT, NTFS, FAT, VMFS, and ZFS
  • describe the role of LUNs in a SAN and how they are created
  • describe the role of fileshares and how they are created
  • describe the management processes in a SAN including LUN masking and zoning
  • recognize the implications of adding capacity to a NAS and SAN and best practices
  • identify the different storage options and configure and provision them
  • recognize the role of network address translation, including NAT and PAT, in an Internet-connected network
  • describe how address spaces in IP networks are divided and merged
  • describe how to implement VLANs, including VLAN tagging
  • describe physical and virtual switching and routing
  • describe the difference between LAN, WAN, and MAN network types, and when each is implemented
  • describe the protocols and processes involved in QoS
  • describe the bandwidth and latency characteristics of network connections and how the two are related
  • recognize how and where NLB is implemented and the benefits
  • describe network troubleshooting techniques and what resources are available for troubleshooting network issues
  • troubleshoot network issues using ping, tracert, and traceroute tools
  • troubleshoot network issues using ipconfig, ifconfig, and netstat tools
  • troubleshoot network issues using telnet and nslookup tools
  • troubleshoot network issues using route and arp tools
  • describe VLAN trunking and trunk ports
  • recognize common network protocols and their ports
  • describe the three types of network - intranet, extranet, and Internet
  • identify how to configure and manage the network infrastructure
CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Cloud Management
  • start the course
  • describe the purpose and main objectives of resource monitoring in the data center
  • describe the protocols used for monitoring including SNMP, and the alert channels an administrator can use
  • describe how baselines are generated, and how they are used in conjunction with thresholds
  • describe how remediation can be automated in the data center
  • describe how to select appropriate CPU, memory, and network resources for VM hosts based on expected and projected usage scenarios
  • describe how storage is allocated and quotas are applied on VM hosts in the data center
  • describe how physical resources are pooled in a virtual environment
  • describe the implications of virtualization for software licensing
  • describe virtual resources in the context of data center management including dynamic allocation
  • describe how quotas are applied to guest VMs in a virtual environment
  • describe how pooled resources are allocated to guests in a VM environment, including processor affinity
  • describe how physical resources, such as optical disks, USB, and serial ports can be redirected to a guest VM
  • describe the role of redundancy in providing highly available systems, and the process of failover and failback
  • describe how and why to provide geographical redundancy
  • describe how and why to mirror sites, and the processes involved
  • describe the role of backup and recovery in disaster planning, and the types of backup
  • describe how and why to plan data archival
  • describe the concepts of synchronous and asynchronous replication
  • describe the metrics of device and system failure and recovery, including MTBF, MTTR, RTO and RPO
  • describe how to use disaster recovery techniques to meet requirements for mission critical systems
  • describe how and where fault tolerance is used in the context of a highly available system
  • describe how and where multipathing is used in the context of a highly available system
  • describe how and where load balancing is used in the context of a highly available system
  • describe the usage scenarios and processes by which different vendors' hypervisors can be configured remotely
  • describe the remote desktop protocol that can be used to manage a physical or virtual machine
  • describe how and where secure shell and direct console port connections are used for device management
  • describe how HTTP can be used to manage remote systems, and how this can traverse firewall devices
  • describe how to manage cloud resource and remote access
CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Cloud Security
  • start the course
  • describe how and where network ACLs are used to manage access to network resources
  • describe the different types of VPNs, how they are established, and the differences between them
  • describe the characteristics of IDS/IPS devices and network firewalls
  • describe how and why a DMZ is implemented
  • describe how and why network auditing is carried out, and the information that can be obtained
  • describe the tools and techniques commonly used to attack networks, including DDoS, ping of death, and ping flooding
  • describe how data storage systems can use obfuscation to make sensitive information, such as password data, unreadable to humans
  • describe how and where file system ACLs are used to manage access to file resources
  • describe the role of zoning and LUN masking in SAN security
  • describe the main authentication methods and protocols, and how and where they are used
  • describe how and why file system auditing is carried out, and the information that can be obtained
  • describe the processes and components of PKI, and how certificates are used
  • describe the components, processes, and reasons for deploying IPsec
  • describe how and where SSL/TLS are used, and the process of securing communication
  • recognize the main encryption protocols and their features including AES, 3DES, RSA, DSA, RC4, and RC5
  • describe how the various encryption technologies are used to encrypt data in transit and data at rest
  • describe how and where RBAC is used, the concept of role-based security, and the principle of least privilege
  • describe the difference between DAC and MAC and where each might be applied
  • describe what constitutes a security factor, where multifactor authentication is used, and why
  • describe how organizations can be federated to provide mutual access, and how SSO can provide authentication across platforms without requiring multiple logins
  • describe the implications of disabling ports and services in the context of improving security, and the concept of attack surface
  • recognize the role of changing default passwords, deactivating default accounts, and applying patches in maintaining system security
  • describe the operation and reasons for using host-based firewalls
  • describe the operation of and reasons for using anti-malware software, including antivirus and anti-spyware
  • describe security factors and implement cloud security features

CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-001: Managing Cloud Systems
  • start the course

  • describe the process of planning and documenting network configuration, including IP addressing scheme

  • describe how and why to create and document standard configurations

  • describe change management best practices including documentation, configuration control, asset accountability, approval processes, and back-out plans

  • describe configuration management best practices including CMDB, approval processes, and configuration control

  • describe capacity management best practice including monitoring for changes and trending

  • describe how to manage the lifecycle of systems from deployment to decommissioning

  • describe how to maintain server systems including scheduling maintenance and maintenance windows

  • describe the performance characteristics of hard disks and the influence on VM host performance including latency, swap space, and disk I/O tuning

  • describe the tools available for managing and monitoring VM host performance

  • describe how and why to create baselines for VM host performance

  • understand hypervisor performance best practices including memory ballooning, I/O throttling, and managing CPU wait time

  • describe how to diagnose and fix common hardware issues on VM hosts including failure of disk, HBA, memory, NIC, and CPU

  • describe the factors that influence file system performance in a virtual environment, including IOPS, read vs write performance, file system performance, and metadata

  • describe how, where, and why caching is used in data center systems

  • describe network performance factors including bandwidth, throughput, teaming/bonding, jumbo frames, and network latency

  • describe how QoS can be used to improve network performance for performance sensitive traffic

  • describe multipathing and load balancing for performance improvement

  • describe the different types of scaling - horizontal, vertical, and diagonal - and the effect they have on capacity and performance

  • describe how to test performance of cloud systems including latency, bandwidth, replication, and load balancing

  • describe how to test cloud based application servers, application delivery, and service and application performance testing

  • describe how to test cloud-based storage systems

  • describe the purpose of penetration testing and vulnerability assessment of cloud systems

  • describe the basic methodologies of systems testing, including separation of duties

  • describe how to manage the cloud for performance

Eksamen

Kursussamlingen dækker læringsmålene for CompTIA Cloud + CV0-001 certificeringseksamen.

Tidsforbrug

Kursuskollektionen består af 6 kurser, der i gennemsnit varer 2 timer og kollektionen kan således gennemføres på ca. 13,5 timer.

Certificering

Kurset leder hen mod certificeringen ISTQB Foundation level. Eksamen skal bestilles og betales særskilt.

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Form

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