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Cloud essentials course for all IT professionals responsible for server, storage, networking, and applications
Cloud Environment Virtualized Environment Classic Environment


Enable all of your IT professionals to understand the concepts and principles of virtualization and Cloud infrastructure technologies. Provide the required technology foundation for technical professionals across all domainsserver, storage, networking, applicationsand enable them to make informed decisions on migration to the Cloud.


An open course and certification focused on technology concepts and principles applicable to any vendor environment


Become a certified Cloud Infrastructure and Services Associate (EMCCIS)
Immerse yourself in a near-classroom experience without the need for traveling Learn from top EMC subject-matter experts at your own pace Access complete student materials including slides, hand-outs, and lab guides Leverage modular content tailored to your unique learning needs Prepare for the E20-002 Cloud Infrastructure and Services (EMCCIS) certification exam Ask questions or discuss topics with experts and peers via online community

The CIS course is intended for:

IT professionals deploying and managing physical and/or virtualized servers, networks, storage, databases, and applications IT architects whose planning and design responsibilities are rapidly expanding to include virtualization and cloud computing considerations Any technical professional or college student planning to pursue a career in the emerging field of cloud computing Individuals seeking EMC Proven Professional certification

The course and EMCCIS certification exam topics include:

Business drivers and characteristics of cloud Cloud deployment, service models, benefits, and challenges Virtualize Server, Storage, Network, Desktop, and Application Business continuity in a virtualized environment Cloud infrastructure, services creation and management Cloud security concerns, solutions, and best practices Best practices for migration to the Cloud

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Engage your local Education Solution Consultants (ESCs) to:

Purchase a virtual Onsite package of twelve Cloud Infrastructure and Services Video-ILTs Request a dedicated Onsite delivery of the course by a qualified instructor


The knowledge you gain through the CIS open course can be applied to impact business decisions in a variety of ways
Key activities Business Impacts
Motivate business stakeholders and IT teams alike. Needs and benefits of cloud computing must be clear and consistent to anyone involved. Establishing a common view on the virtualization and cloud transformation roadmap enables various IT functional teams to share a common reference in terms of transformation phase and dependencies. Effective differentiation of infrastructure components leads to clear segmentation of virtualization responsibility and reduces confusion at a later phase of the infrastructure transformation. Encourages the consideration of pervasive virtualization involving Servers, Storage, Networking, and other infrastructure components. Business continuity enables reduction in downtime and performance impact on business applications. Depending on the business requirement, IT teams must propose a balanced approach in terms of various deployment models (private, public and hybrid). Business/IT requirements differ by company and lines-of-business. Cloud services can be tailored per requirement as long as the IT department can help define and manage the required services (SaaS, PaaS and Iaas). Essential for Cloud Architects and anyone involved in planning and implementing IT-as-a-Service. Establishes common language within the team to correlate services to required infrastructure. Security is a prominent concern in IT overall. However, cloud computing introduces unique challenges that need to be identified and addressed. It is critical to establish and share migration strategy so the IT team can seamlessly migrate from classic to virtualized to cloud environment with little to no disruption to the business and customers. Explain the importance and benefits of Cloud computing and the need for its rapid adoption Explain roadmap for transformation from Classic to Cloud environment Identify and differentiate various infrastructure components of classic and virtualized data center Explain virtualization requirements and available tools at each layer of IT infrastructure Explain business continuity options in a virtualized environment Discuss effective cloud computing deployment models for businesses /IT organizations Perform detailed exploration of cloud products and services

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Describe infrastructure framework and service management activities in Cloud computing Understand and address security concerns commonly found in Cloud computing environments Formulate high-level cloud migration strategy and best practices

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