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|  Number of Courses: 8
|  Course Access: 12 Months Unlimited Access
|  Study Method: Online Video Lessons
|  Course Type: Multiple Certificate Bundle
|  Award: Cyber Studies Institute
International Exam: Yes (Various) (Not included in course fee)

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Description

DevOps training isn’t only fun but is fast becoming a critical job function as an IT professional. This DevOps training geared toward the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) will best benefit programmers who want to deploy applications on GCP (the Google Cloud Platform), Cloud managers, Cloud administrators, Cloud architects, solution architects, and Cloud developers. This bundle includes 8 courses for one low price in this great CSI Training Series. Also includes three bonus courses. CompTIA Cloud Essentials and CompTIA Cloud+ and Introduction to Python.

Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA)

A Kubernetes Certification can take your career to a whole new level. Learning Kubernetes is essential for any DevOps professional. DevOps engineers are always in demand. Currently, the average Silicon Valley salary for a DevOps engineer is 20% higher than what a software engineer makes. DevOps engineers make an average of $140,000 to $200,000 annually. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.Lectures alone will not help you clear the certification. This Kubernetes Certification is a practical hands-on exam. You will need hands-on experience and you will need to practice.

Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD)

A Kubernetes Certification can take your career to a whole new level. Learning Kubernetes is essential for any DevOps professional. DevOps engineers are always in demand. Currently, the average Silicon Valley salary for a DevOps engineer is 20% higher than what a software engineer makes. DevOps engineers make an average of $140,000 to $200,000 annually. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.Lectures alone will not help you clear the certification. This Kubernetes Certification is a practical hands-on exam. You will need hands-on experience and you will need to practice. This course explains several important aspects of taking the official Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam. You will learn about the exam procedure, where to find the latest information about the exam, and a few helpful tips for taking the exam.

DevOps Fundamentals

Looking at how to learn DevOps as an IT skill? This Intro DevOps Training will teach you about this critical job function as an IT professional.Course instructor Joe Holbrook will walk students through the training, which will best benefit programmers who want to deploy applications on GCP (the Google Cloud Platform), Cloud managers, Cloud administrators, Cloud architects, solution architects, and Cloud developers.

Kubernetes – Containerizing Applications in the Cloud

As it continues to be a highly in-demand IT skill, instructor Joe Holbrook is here to teach students how to learn Kubernetes. Also known as K8s, this open-source system is essential for any DevOps professional to be familiar with. This course is for beginners or anyone seeking knowledge on how to deploy Kubernetes.This DevOps course will walk you through automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. The best way to kick-start your DevOps career is by learning how to effectively deploy Kubernetes, and the instructor will share why DevOps engineers can be a more prosperous career compared to a software engineer.

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Certification Training

Whether working towards your GCP Certification or seeking working knowledge about GCP DevOps services, our Google Cloud Platform Certification Training is for you. Course instructor Joe Holbrook recommends students have a minor amount of experience before this training, but the course is beginner-friendly.

CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ 2020

The CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ Certification Training course is designed to provide business analysts and IT professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to make strategic cloud business decisions and covers all the objectives required to pass the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ Certification Exam. Cloud-based infrastructure is becoming an invaluable part of an organization’s IT systems and provides readily available resources for organizations to select from on a moment’s notice. These resources include services that range from pre-installed physical servers all the way up to pre configured software and allows organizations to choose the level of service that fits their organization’s requirements and budget. The CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ is a vendor-neutral certification that provides training in all areas necessary for business managers and cloud services managers to successfully make business decisions regarding which cloud service provider(s) to use, which operations to migrate to the cloud, and when to migrate. It also provides knowledge for effectively evaluating the financial and operational impacts of cloud migrations. This course flows through the four CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ Certification Exam Objectives; Cloud Concepts, Business Principles of Cloud Environments, Management, and Technical Operations, and Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Security for the cloud, in a logical manner where each topic will build on top of the knowledge you learned in the previous one. This course is ideal for business analysts, IT managers, and project managers who are responsible for cloud deployments, and technical sales specialists who sell cloud services. It also provides a solid foundation for IT professionals who want to continue on to complete the Cloud+ Certification. Understanding cloud computing concepts, applying cloud business principles, advising a cloud design and migration, aspects of operating in the cloud, and managing cloud governance. Business analysts, cloud services managers, technical sales specialists, and students who want to move on to the CompTIA Cloud+ Certification

CompTIA Cloud+ (CVO-002)

Instructor Dawn Briggs provides this Cloud training course, which is designed to provide IT professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to work in a modern datacenter and covers all objectives required to pass the CompTIA Cloud+ CVO-002 Certification Exam. Taking A+, Network+, Security+, and Cloud+ Essentials (CLO-002) are recommended first. Managing the cost, deployment, compliance, and security of a Cloud-based network is vital to an organization or company. This course is ideal for IT personnel who focus on infrastructure, those who are interested in becoming Cloud practitioners, IT project managers who manage migrations, and IT managers who need a further understanding of Cloud technologies.

This course flows through the five CompTIA Cloud+ Certification Exam Objectives; Configuration and Deployment, Security, Maintenance, Management, and Troubleshooting in a logical manner. First, the course covers basic Cloud concepts and evaluating existing components and services for migration to the Cloud, as well as planning and preparing for Cloud deployment, and implementing/testing a pilot project. Next, it moves into designing a Cloud environment based on compliance, security, and identity access management requirements. After that, it covers maintenance, backup, restores, disaster recovery, and business continuity measures. Last, it finishes up with analyzing performance, growth forecasting, and troubleshooting.

This course is ideal for information technology professionals with two to three years of infrastructure experience and those who are preparing for the Cloud+ certification exam.

Introduction to Python

Python is developed under an OSI-approved open source license, making it freely usable and distributable, even for commercial use. Python is a general-purpose programming language. Created nearly 30 years ago, it is now one of the most popular languages out there to use. Its popularity is particularly important in the data science and machine learning fields. But it is also a language that is easy to learn, and that is why it has become the language most taught in universities. Python interpreters are available for the main operating systems as well (Linux, Mac OS, Windows, Android, iOS, BSD, etc.) so it’s very flexible in where it is used. Python has a simple syntax that makes it suitable for learning to program as a first language. The learning curve is smoother than other languages such as Java, which quickly requires learning about Object Oriented Programming or C/C++ that require understanding pointers. Still, it’s possible to learn about OOP or functional programming in Python when the time comes. Where is Python Used? Web Development, using the frameworks Django, Flask, Pylons,Data Science and Visualization using Numpy, Pandas and Matplotlib, Machine learning with Tensorflow and Scikit-learn, Desktop applications with PyQt, Gtk, wxWidgets and many more, Mobile applications using Kivy or BeeWare, Education: Python is a great language to learn to program How much can you make? The average salary for a Python Developer is $117,155 per year in the United States. You can just search for Python jobs and see the ranges from $20/hr to over $40/hr. This course will teach you and show you the basics of Python programming. We will go over concepts like loops, variables, operators, syntax and coding practices. With each module, we will build upon your knowledge from the previous module. This reinforces all the concepts along the way and at the end of some modules you will work on exercises to prove to yourself you can do this. After taking this course you will be ready to move on to a move advanced course allowing you to build on the foundation this course provides. You will be making more sophisticated and more robust programs in no time using your new skills.

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Curriculum

Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  •    1.1 Course Overview
  •    1.2 Course PreReqs
Module 2: Kubernetes and Container Fundamentals
  •    2.1 Core Concepts
  •    2.2 What is the CKA Exam
  •    2.3 Why Get Certified
  •    2.4 CKA Exam Domains
  •    2.5 What is Kubernetes
  •    2.6 What is a Container
  •    2.7 What is Docker
  •    2.8 Kubernetes Terminology
  •    2.9 Kubernetes Components
  •    2.10 Kubernetes Documentation
  •    2.11 Whiteboard – Kubernetes Overview
Module 3: Kubernetes Installation
  •    3.1 Kubernetes Installation
  •    3.2 Installation Options
  •    3.3 MiniKube
  •    3.4 Demo – Install Minikube
  •    3.5 Demo – Clusters
  •    3.6 Kubectl Basics
  •    3.7 Demo – Install Kubectl
Module 4: Working with Kubernetes Clusters and Nodes
  •    4.1 Working with Kubernetes Clusters and Nodes
  •    4.2 Understanding the Architecture
  •    4.3 Understanding the nodes
  •    4.4 Core Objects
  •    4.5 API
  •    4.6 Create a Cluster
  •    4.7 Demo – Create a Cluster
  •    4.8 Demo – YAML
  •    4.9 Demo – Nodes
  •    4.10 Demo – Kubectl Client Config
Module 5: API Access and Commands
  •    5.1 API Access and Commands
  •    5.2 About the API
  •    5.3 Accessing the APIs
  •    5.4 Demo – Exploring APIS
  •    5.5 Kubectl
  •    5.6 Using YAML for API Objects
  •    5.7 Using Curl
  •    5.8 Labels and Annotations
Module 6: Running Pods and Deployments
  •    6.1 Running Pods and Deployments
  •    6.2 Pods and Deployments
  •    6.3 What is a Namespace
  •    6.4 Scalability Options
  •    6.5 Rolling Updates
  •    6.6 Apply Changes to a Pod
  •    6.7 Stateful Sets
  •    6.8 Demo – Manage Deployments
Module 7: Configuring Storage
  •    7.1 Configuring Storage
  •    7.2 Storage options with Kubernetes
  •    7.3 Configure Pod Volumes
  •    7.4 Configure Persistent Volumes
  •    7.5 Storage Classes
  •    7.6 Whiteboard – Persistent Volumes
  •    7.7 Demo – Configure Storage
Module 8: Kubernetes Networking
  •    8.1 Kubernetes Networking
  •    8.2 Understanding Networking
  •    8.3 Services
  •    8.4 Network Plugins
  •    8.5 DNS
  •    8.6 Network Policies
  •    8.7 Namespaces
  •    8.8 Demo – Networking
  •    8.9 Manage High Availability
Module 9: Managing Security
  •    9.1 Managing Security
  •    9.2 Kubernetes Security
  •    9.3 Container and Pod Security
  •    9.4 Certificates
  •    9.5 API Security
  •    9.6 Configmaps and Secrets
  •    9.7 Secure Images
  •    9.8 Security Context
  •    9.9 RBAC
Module 10: Managing Kubernetes In the Enterprise
  •    10.1 Managing Kubernetes In the Enterprise
  •    10.2 Cluster Management and Maintenance
  •    10.3 Demo – Scale Deployment
  •    10.4 Demo – Restart Cluster
  •    10.5 Demo – Add or Remove Nodes
  •    10.6 Demo – Create a Pod in the Background
  •    10.7 Kubelet Restarts and Drains
  •    10.8 UI Dashboard
  •    10.9 Demo – Describe Resources
  •    10.10 Kube-scheduler
  •    10.11 Demo – Set-Up Alias
Module 11: Kubernetes Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  •    11.1 Kubernetes Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  •    11.2 Monitoring Resources
  •    11.3 Monitoring Pods
  •    11.4 Demo – Monitoring Pods
  •    11.5 Logging
  •    11.6 Demo – Logging
  •    11.7 Troubleshooting
  •    11.8 Affinity and Taints
Module 12: CKA Practice Exams
  •    12.1 CKA Practice Exams
  •    12.2 Exam Preparation Must Know
  •    12.3 Question 1 – Create a Cluster, Deploy Pods and a Deployment
  •    12.4 Question 2 – Create a Pod and Verify
  •    12.5 Question 3 – Create a Pod with a Secret
  •    12.6 Question 4 – Get Logs on a Pod and Send to File
  •    12.7 Question 5 – Liveness Probe
  •    12.8 Question 6 – Use Labels
  •    12.9 Additional Questions
Module 13: Course Closeout
  •    13.1 Course Closeout
  •    13.2 Course Review
  •    13.3 Kubernetes Certifications
  •    13.4 Additional Resources
  •    13.5 Exam Readiness
  •    13.6 Course Closeout

Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  •    1.1 Course Overview
  •    1.2 Course PreReqs
Module 2: Kubernetes and Container Fundamentals
  •    2.1 Core Concepts
  •    2.2 What is the CKAD Exam
  •    2.3 Why Get Certified
  •    2.4 CKAD Exam Domains
  •    2.5 APIs
  •    2.6 Demo – Explore APIS
  •    2.7 Pods
  •    2.8 Whiteboard – Pod Creation Workflow
  •    2.9 Create a Pod
  •    2.10 Lifecycle Status
  •    2.11 Inspecting Pods
  •    2.12 Demo – Create a Pod and Inspect
Module 3: Configuration
  •    3.1 Configuration
  •    3.2 Understand Configmaps
  •    3.3 Understand Security Contexts
  •    3.4 Demo – Create a Security Context
  •    3.5 Create and Consume Secrets
  •    3.6 Understand Service Accounts
  •    3.7 Demo – Create a Pod to Use a Secret
  •    3.8 Demo – Define a Service Account
Module 4: Multi Container Pods
  •    4.1 Multi Container Pods
  •    4.2 Multi Container Pods Design and Patterns
  •    4.3 Ambassador Containers
  •    4.4 Connecting to Pods
  •    4.5 Side Cars
  •    4.6 Demo – Create an Init Container
Module 5: Observability
  •    5.1 Observability
  •    5.2 Container Health
  •    5.3 Probes
  •    5.4 Logging
  •    5.5 Monitor Resources and Apps
  •    5.6 Monitoring Pods
  •    5.7 Demo – Monitoring and Logging
Module 6: Pod Design
  •    6.1 Pod Design
  •    6.2 Deployments
  •    6.3 Rolling Updates
  •    6.4 Pod Changes
  •    6.5 Jobs and Crons
  •    6.6 Labels and Annotations
  •    6.7 Demo – Define and Query Labels
  •    6.8 Scalability Options
Module 7: Services and Networking
  •    7.1 Services and Networking
  •    7.2 Understanding Networking, Routing and Services
  •    7.3 Network Policies
  •    7.4 Namespaces
  •    7.5 Demo – Networking
Module 8: State Persistence
  •    8.1 State Persistence
  •    8.2 Storage Options
  •    8.3 Volume Storage
  •    8.4 Configure Pod Volumes
  •    8.5 Configure Persistent Volumes
  •    8.6 Whiteboard – Persistent Volumes
Module 9: CKA Practice Exams
  •    9.1 CKAD Practice Preparation
  •    9.2 Exam Prep Need to Know
  •    9.3 Question 1 – Create a Pod and Inspect
  •    9.4 Question 2 – Define a Pods Readiness
  •    9.5 Question 3 – Create a Pod with a Secret
  •    9.6 Question 4 – View Pods logs in Real Time
  •    9.7 Question 5 – Define and query labels
  •    9.8 Additional Questions
Module 10: Course Closeout
  •    10.1 Course Closeout
  •    10.2 Course Summary Review
  •    10.3 Kubernetes Certifications
  •    10.4 Additional Resources
  •    10.5 Exam Review
  •    10.6 Course Closeout

DevOps Fundamentals Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  •    Course Overview
  •    Course Pre Reqs
Module 2: The Basics
  •    The Basics
  •    What is DevOps
  •    DevOps Building Blocks
  •    DevOps Best Practices
  •    Why Containers
  •    What is a Pipeline
  •    Continuous Integration and Continous Delivery
  •    Continuous Deployment
  •    Pipelines – Whiteboard
Module 3: Development
  •    Development Basics
  •    CICD Strategy
  •    Source Control Management
  •    Demo – Build Management
Module 4: Infrastructure
  •    Release and Deployments
  •    Release Management
  •    Demo – Release Management
  •    Reliability Engineering
  •    DevOps Tools
  •    Infrastructure as Code
  •    Automation
  •    Demo – (IaaC) CloudFormation
  •    Demo – Jenkins
  •    Demo – GitHub
Module 5: Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  •    Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
  •    KPI Metrics
  •    KPI Tools
  •    Monitoring Applications
  •    Demo – AWS CloudWatch
Module 6: Course Closeout
  •    Course Closeout
  •    6.1 Module 6 Introduction
  •    Summary Review
  •    6.2 Course Review
  •    6.3 Blockchain Roles
  •    Additional Resources
  •    DevOps Job Outlook
  •    Course Closeout

Kubernetes – Containerizing Applications in the Cloud Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  •    Course Overview
  •    Course PreReqs
Module 2: Basics of Kubernetes
  •    Basics of Kubernetes
  •    What is Kubernetes
  •    Business Value of Kubernetes
  •    What is a Container
  •    What is Docker
  •    Kubernetes History
  •    Kuberntes Terminology
  •    Kubernetes Components
  •    Whiteboard – Kubernetes Overview
Module 3: Kubernetes Design and Architecture
  •    Kubernetes Design and Architecture
  •    Kubernetes Design Fundamentals
  •    Whiteboard – Kubernetes Architecture
  •    Deployment – Nodes, Pods, and Clusters
  •    Etcd
  •    Kubectl
  •    Demo – Install Kubectl
  •    Demo – Kubernetes Commands
  •    Demo – Kubernetes Commands
Module 4: Deployments
  •    Deployments
  •    Options for Deployment
  •    Deploying a Containerized Application
  •    What is Minikube
  •    Demo – Deploy MiniKube
  •    Demo – Deploy Cluster Deployment
  •    Demo – Deploy Services
  •    Demo – Manage Application
Module 5: Course Closeout
  •    Course Closeout
  •    Course Review
  •    Kubernetes Certifications
  •    Additional Resources
  •    Kubernetes Job Outlook
  •    Course Closeout

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Certification Training Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  •    Course Overview
  •    Course PreReqs
Module 2: DevOps Basics
  •    DevOps Fundamentals
  •    What is DevOps
  •    What are Pipelines
  •    Continuous Integration and Delivery
  •    Continuous Deployment
  •    Whiteboard Build Services
  •    Demo – DevOps Services on GCP
Module 3: App Engine PaaS
  •    App Engine
  •    App Engine Basics
  •    App Engine Demo
  •    App Engine Security Scanner Demo
  •    App Engine or Kubenetes Engine
Module 4: Kubenetes Engine Overview
  •    Kubenetes Engine
  •    Kubernetes Basics
  •    What is Kubenetes Engine
  •    Demo – Kubenetes Engine Clusters Demo
  •    Kubenetes Engine Application Demo
  •    Kubenetes Engine Whiteboard
Module 5: DevOps Developer Tools
  •    DevOps Services & Tools
  •    Demo – Cloud SDK
  •    Demo – Cloud Shell
  •    Demo – Cloud Build
  •    Demo – Container Registry
  •    Demo – Cloud Source Repositories
  •    Demo – Private Catalog
  •    Demo – Artifact Registry
Module 6: Microservices
  •    Microservices
  •    Demo – Cloud Watch
  •    Cloud Functions-Cloud Run
  •    Demo – Cloud Functions
  •    Demo – Cloud Run
Module 7: Management of your DevOps Services
  •    Management and Monitoring
  •    Cloud Operations
  •    Demo – Cloud Operations
  •    Service Accounts
  •    Cloud Endpoints and Apigee
  •    Demo – Workflows and Cloud Tasks
  •    Demo – Recommendation Engine
  •    Infrastructure as Code (IaaC)
  •    Deployment Manager
  •    Demo – Deployment Manager
  •    Demo – Cloud Marketplace
Module 8: Resources and Closeout
  •    Resources and Closeout
  •    Course Summary
  •    DevOps Roles and Salary Demand
  •    Additional Resources
  •    Google Cloud Platform Certification
  •    Course Closeout

CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) Course Outline

Module 1: Understanding Cloud Computing Concepts
  •    Course Intro
  •    Understand Basic Cloud Concepts and Terms Pt 1
  •    Understand Basic Cloud Concepts and Terms Pt 2
  •    Understand Basic Cloud Concepts and Terms Activity
  •    Identify Cloud Network and Cloud Storage Technologies
  •    Identify Cloud Network and Cloud Storage Technologies Activity
  •    Recognize Cloud Design Aspects
  •    Recognize Cloud Design Aspects Activity
Module 2: Applying Cloud Business Principles
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Business Principles
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Business Principles Activity
  •    Establish Cloud Vendor Relations
  •    Establish Cloud Vendor Relations Activity
  •    Distinguish the Financial Aspects of Engaging a Cloud Service Provider
  •    Distinguish the Financial Aspects of Engaging a Cloud Service Provider Activity
  •    Report Financial Expenditures
  •    Report Financial Expenditures Activity
Module 3: Advising a Cloud Design and Migration
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Cloud Design and Migration
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Cloud Design and Migration Activity
  •    Use Cloud Assessments
  •    Use Cloud Assessments Activity
  •    Manage Cloud Design
  •    Manage Cloud Design Activity
  •    Compare Cloud Migration Approaches
  •    Compare Cloud Migration Approaches Activity
  •    Identity Benefits and Solutions of Cloud Services
  •    Identity Benefits and Solutions of Cloud Services Activity
Module 4: Operating in the Cloud
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Technical Operations
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Technical Operations Activity
  •    Identify the Technical Aspects of Cloud Operations
  •    Identify the Technical Aspects of Cloud Operations Activity
  •    Understand DevOps in the Cloud
  •    Understand DevOps in the Cloud Activity
  •    Explain Cloud Security Concerns, Measures, and Concepts Part 1
  •    Explain Cloud Security Concerns, Measures, and Concepts Part 2
  •    Explain Cloud Security Concerns, Measures, and Concepts Activity
Module 5: Managing Cloud Governance
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Governance
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Governance Activity
  •    Apply Risk Management Concepts
  •    Apply Risk Management Concepts Activity
  •    Understand Compliance and the Cloud
  •    Understand Compliance and the Cloud Activity
  •    Manage Policies and Procedures for Cloud Services
  •    Manage Policies and Procedures for Cloud Services Activity
Module 6: Exam Information, Review and Summary
  •    Exam Information
  •    Exam Review Pt 1
  •    Exam Review Pt 2
  •    Exam Review Pt 3
  •    Exam Review Pt 4
Module 7: Activities
  •    Apply Risk Management Concepts Activity
  •    Compare Cloud Migration Approaches Activity
  •    Distinguish the Financial Aspects of Engaging a Cloud Service Provider Activity
  •    Establish Cloud Vendor Relations Activity
  •    Explain Cloud Security Concerns, Measures, and Concepts Activity
  •    Identify Cloud Network and Cloud Storage Technologies Activity
  •    Identify the Technical Aspects of Cloud Operations Activity
  •    Identity Benefits and Solutions of Cloud Services Activity
  •    Manage Cloud Design Activity
  •    Manage Policies and Procedures for Cloud Services Activity
  •    Recognize Cloud Design Aspects Activity
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Business Principles Activity
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Cloud Design and Migration Activity
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Governance Activity
  •    Relate Cloud Concepts to Technical Operations Activity
  •    Report Financial Expenditures Activity
  •    Understand Basic Cloud Concepts and Terms Activity
  •    Understand Compliance and the Cloud Activity
  •    Understand DevOps in the Cloud Activity
  •    Use Cloud Assessments Activity
Module 8: Tools and Resources
  •    AWS Tools and Resources
  •    Azure Tools and Resources
  •    GCP Tools and Resources

CompTIA Cloud+ (CVO-002) Course Outline

Module 1: Preparing to Deploy Cloud Solutions
  •    Course Introduction
  •    Instructor Intro
  •    Describe Interaction of Cloud Components and Services
  •    Activity Scenario Introduction
  •    Describe Interaction of Cloud Components and Services Activity
  •    Describe Interaction of Non-cloud Components and Services
  •    Describe Interaction of Non-cloud Components and Services Activity
  •    Evaluate Existing Components and Services for Cloud Deployment
  •    Evaluate Existing Components and Services for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Evaluate Automation and Orchestration Options
  •    Evaluate Automation and Orchestration Options Activity
  •    Prepare for Cloud Deployment
  •    Prepare for Cloud Deployment Activity
Module 2: Deploying a Pilot Project
  •    Manage Change in a Pilot Project
  •    Manage Change in a Pilot Project Activity
  •    Execute Cloud Deployment Workflow
  •    Execute Cloud Deployment Workflow Activity
  •    Complete Post-Deployment Configuration
  •    Complete Post-Deployment Configuration Activity
Module 3: Testing Pilot Project Deployments
  •    Identify Cloud Service Components for Testing
  •    Identify Cloud Service Components for Testing Activity
  •    Test for High Availability and Accessibility
  •    Test for High Availability and Accessibility Activity
  •    Perform Deployment Load Testing
  •    Perform Deployment Load Testing Activity
  •    Analyze Test Results
  •    Analyze Test Results Activity
Module 4: Designing a Secure and Compliant Cloud Infrastructure
  •    Design Cloud Infrastructure for Security
  •    Design Cloud Infrastructure for Security Activity
  •    Determine Organizational Compliance Needs
  •    Determine Organizational Compliance Needs Activity
Module 5: Designing and Implementing a Secure Cloud Environment
  •    Design Virtual Network for Cloud Deployment
  •    Design Virtual Network for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Network Access Requirements
  •    Determine Network Access Requirements Activity
  •    Secure Networks for Cloud Interaction
  •    Secure Networks for Cloud Interaction Activity
  •    Manage Cloud Component Security
  •    Implement Security Technologies
  •    Implement Security Technologies Activity
Module 6: Planning Identity and Access Management for Cloud Deployments
  •    Determine Identity Management and Authentication Technologies
  •    Determine Identity Management and Authentication Technologies Activity
  •    Plan Account Management Policies for the Network and Systems
  •    Plan Account Management Policies for the Network and Systems Activity
  •    Control Access to Cloud Objects
  •    Control Access to Cloud Objects Activity
  •    Provision Accounts
  •    Provision Accounts Activity
Module 7: Determing CPU and Memory Sizing for Cloud Deployments
  •    Determine CPU Size for Cloud Deployment
  •    Determine CPU Size for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Memory Size for Cloud Deployment
Module 8: Determing Storage Requirements for Cloud Deployments
  •    Determine Storage Technology Requirements
  •    Determine Storage Technology Requirements Activity
  •    Select Storage Options for Deployment
  •    Select Storage Options for Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Storage Access and Provisioning Requirements
  •    Determine Storage Access and Provisioning Requirements Activity
  •    Determine Storage Security Options
  •    Determine Storage Security Options Activity
Module 9: Analyzing Workload Characteristics to Ensure Successful Migration
  •    Determine the Type of Cloud Deployment to Perform
  •    Determine the Type of Cloud Deployment to Perform Activity
  •    Manage Virtual Machine and Container Migration
  •    Manage Virtual Machine and Container Migration Activity
  •    Manage Network, Storage, and Data Migration
  •    Manage Network, Storage, and Data Migration Activity
Module 10: Maintaining Cloud Systems
  •    Patch Cloud Systems
  •    Patch Cloud Systems Activity
  •    Design and Implement Automation and Orchestration for Maintenance
  •    Design and Implement Automation and Orchestration for Maintenance Activity
Module 11: Implementing Backup, Restore, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity Measures
  •    Back Up and Restore Cloud Data
  •    Back Up and Restore Cloud Data Activity
  •    Implement Disaster Recovery Plans
  •    Implement Disaster Recovery Plans Activity
  •    Implement Business Continuity Plans
  •    Implement Business Continuity Plans Activity
Module 12: Analyzing Cloud Systems for Performance
  •    Monitor Cloud Systems to Measure Performance
  •    Monitor Cloud Systems to Measure Performance Activity
  •    Optimize Cloud Systems to Meet Performance Criteria
  •    Optimize Cloud Systems to Meet Performance Criteria Activity
Module 13: Analyzing Cloud Systems for Anomalies and Growth Forecasting
  •    Monitor for Anomalies and Resource Needs
  •    Monitor for Anomalies and Resource Needs Activity
  •    Plan for Capacity
  •    Plan for Capacity Activity
  •    Create Reports on Cloud System Metrics
  •    Create Reports on Cloud System Metrics Activity
Module 14: Troubleshooting Deployment, Capacity, Automation, and Orchestration Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Deployment Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Deployment Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Capacity Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Capacity Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Automation and Orchestration Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Automation and Orchestration Issues Activity
Module 15: Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues
  •    Identify Connectivity Issues
  •    Identify Connectivity Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues Activity
Module 16: Troubleshooting Security Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Identity and Access Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Identity and Access Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Attacks
  •    Troubleshoot Attacks Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Other Security Issues
  •    Troubleshoot Other Security Issues Activity
Module 17: Exam Information, Review, and Summary
  •    Exam Information
  •    Course Review
Module 18: Activities
  •    Activity Scenario Introduction
  •    Describe Interaction of Cloud Components and Services Activity
  •    Describe Interaction of Non-cloud Components and Services Activity
  •    Evaluate Existing Components and Services for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Evaluate Automation and Orchestration Options Activity
  •    Prepare for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Manage Change in a Pilot Project Activity
  •    Execute Cloud Deployment Workflow Activity
  •    Complete Post-Deployment Configuration Activity
  •    Identify Cloud Service Components for Testing Activity
  •    Test for High Availability and Accessibility Activity
  •    Perform Deployment Load Testing Activity
  •    Analyze Test Results Activity
  •    Design Cloud Infrastructure for Security Activity
  •    Determine Organizational Compliance Needs Activity
  •    Design Virtual Network for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Network Access Requirements Activity
  •    Secure Networks for Cloud Interaction Activity
  •    Implement Security Technologies Activity
  •    Determine Identity Management and Authentication Technologies Activity
  •    Plan Account Management Policies for the Network and Systems Activity
  •    Control Access to Cloud Objects Activity
  •    Provision Accounts Activity
  •    Determine CPU Size for Cloud Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Storage Technology Requirements Activity
  •    Select Storage Options for Deployment Activity
  •    Determine Storage Access and Provisioning Requirements Activity
  •    Determine Storage Security Options Activity
  •    Determine the Type of Cloud Deployment to Perform Activity
  •    Manage Virtual Machine and Container Migration Activity
  •    Manage Network, Storage, and Data Migration Activity
  •    Patch Cloud Systems Activity
  •    Design and Implement Automation and Orchestration for Maintenance Activity
  •    Back Up and Restore Cloud Data Activity
  •    Implement Disaster Recovery Plans Activity
  •    Implement Business Continuity Plans Activity
  •    Monitor Cloud Systems to Measure Performance Activity
  •    Optimize Cloud Systems to Meet Performance Criteria Activity
  •    Monitor for Anomalies and Resource Needs Activity
  •    Plan for Capacity Activity
  •    Create Reports on Cloud System Metrics Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Deployment Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Capacity Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Automation and Orchestration Issues Activity
  •    Identify Connectivity Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Identity and Access Issues Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Attacks Activity
  •    Troubleshoot Other Security Issues Activity

Introduction to Python Course Outline

Module 1: Getting Started with Python
  •    Module 1 File
  •    Intro to Course and Instructor
  •    Getting Started with Python
Module 2: Working with Primitive Data Types
  •    Module 2 File
  •    Working with Primitive Data Types
  •    Working with Primitive Data Types Part 2
  •    Working with Primitive Data Types Part 3
  •    Working with Primitive Data Types Part4
  •    Working with Primitive Data Types Part4 Answers
Module 3: Working with Multiple Assignments Statements
  •    Module 3 File
  •    Working with Multiple Assignments Statements
Module 4: Convert Types in Python
  •    Module 4 File
  •    Convert Types in Python
Module 5: Creating Lists
  •    Module 5 File
  •    Creating Lists
Module 6: Modifying Lists
  •    Module 6 Notes
  •    Modifying Lists
Module 7: Sorting and Reversing Lists
  •    Module 7 File
  •    Sorting and Reversing Lists
Module 8: Slicing Lists
  •    Module 8 File
  •    Slicing Lists
Module 9: Working With Operators
  •    Module 9 File
  •    Working With Operators
  •    Working With Operators Part2
  •    Working With Operators Part3
Module 10: Determining Operator Precedence
  •    Module 10 File
  •    Determining Operator Precedence
Module 11: Working with IF Statements
  •    Module 11 File
  •    Working with IF Statements
Module 12: Working With For Loops
  •    Module 12 File
  •    Working With For Loops
Module 13: Working With While Loops
  •    Module 13 File
  •    Working With While Loops
Module 14: Nesting for Loops
  •    Module 14 File
  •    Nesting for Loops
Module 15: Reading Files
  •    Module 15 File
  •    Reading Files Part1
  •    Reading Files Part2
Module 16: More on Files
  •    Module 16 File
  •    More on Files
Module 17: Merging Emails
  •    Module 17 File
  •    Merging Emails
Module 18: Reading Console Inputs and Formatting Outputs
  •    Module 18 File
  •    Reading Console Inputs and Formatting Outputs
Module 19: Reading Command Line Argument
  •    Module 19 File
  •    Reading Command Line Argument
Module 20: Defining Functions
  •    Module 20 File
  •    Defining Functions
Module 21: Using Default Argument
  •    Module 21 File
  •    Using Default Argument
Module 22: Using Keyword and Positional Arguments
  •    Module 22 File
  •    Using Keyword and Positional Arguments
Module 23: Handling Exceptions
  •    Module 23 File
  •    Handling Exceptions
Module 24: Using Math and Random Modules
  •    Module 24 File
  •    Using Math and Random Modules
Module 25: Displaying Daytime Working Directory and File Metadata
  •    Module 25 File
  •    Displaying Daytime Working Directory and File Metadata

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