Cloud Computing End-to-End

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  • Course:Cloud Computing End-to-End
  • Course ID:CLOUD-E2E Duration:1 day Where: Your Office (7+ Persons)
  • Available as a private, customized course for your group at your offices or ours and in some cases as a WebLive(TM) class.

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Course Outline

End-to-End Introduction

  A high level overview of the topic and the briefing.

Application Overview

Pat works is a registered nurse and does field work for a medical services company which provides home dialysis for patients who have suffered kidney failure. Pat is required to be present for initial set-up of the in-home machine and to provide training and support for each new client in their home for a period of one to two weeks. Pat works four ten-hour days and is on-call 24 hours per day on her scheduled days. Pat is partnered with Lee and their schedules overlap slightly allowing full coverage seven days per week. Pat’s company has implemented a Unified Communications system using off-the-shelf applications which run on iPads and other tablet devices and allow Pat and Lee to locate each other as well as critical resources such as technicians, spare parts, and any needed medical supplies. They also have access to a variety of databases including patient medical information which is protected by HIPAA regulations.

The following six modules show, step-by-step, how the application is implemented on each of these delivery mechanisms. It is noteworthy that this application clearly meets or exceeds four of the five desirability criteria for cloud computing applications and the fifth is a matter of interpretation and implementation as will be seen in the following segments.

  • Applications, processes and data largely independent
  • Points of integration well defined
  • Stable or new applications
  • Web is desired delivery platform
  • Lower level of security acceptable



Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Data/Storage as a Service (DaaS)
End-to-End Review and Summary

A review of the briefing topics and summary of the program.

Course Overview

Course in a Nutshell

To fully understand the symphony, it is necessary to hear all of the instruments play together. To compare different symphony orchestras, it is wise to hear them play the same music for purposes of comparison. Only then can a true appreciation be developed for the piece itself and the interpretations of the different orchestras. This course takes that comparison approach by providing an example of end-to-end communications of the same application four times with six different cloud implementations. In each iteration, the role of various components and their functionality in a basic WWW/ISP example, a corporate VPN example, an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) example, a Platform as a Service (PaaS) example, a Software as a Service (SaaS) example, and a Data/Storage as a Service (DaaS) example are repeated.


Customize It!

This briefing can be scheduled as one full day standalone course, one day of a multi-day course, or as six one-hour modules for delivery over the web. Any single module or selected modules may also be scheduled for web delivery. This program can be delivered as the final course in a larger curriculum on cloud computing or can be delivered as the sole course to a diverse audience to introduce the concepts and implementations of cloud computing when very little depth is needed, or prior to further individual reading or study.


Learn How To

  • Identify and describe the major components of cloud computing for  Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Data/Storage as a Service (DaaS)
  • Contrast and compare Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Data/Storage as a Service (DaaS) with the traditional Web/ISP delivery model
  • Describe the benefits and problems of the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Data/Storage as Service (DaaS) delivery models compared with traditional Web/ISP delivery
Audience / Prerequisites

Aimed At

This briefing is suitable for all audiences.



There are no prerequisites for this course.