Business Cloud Training
Guide to Cloud and Business (Coaching Session)
This document is made to serve as a general outline for what to expect from the course called Cloud and Business. With skill and proper management of time all these goals can and will be achieved within the span of a single day and should be fruitful enough so whatever lessons are learned or experienced within the seemingly limited timeframe stick to their learners for a long time.
Expect starter activities to include introductory functions and icebreakers to establish rapport. Housekeeping items that everyone needs to keep in mind as the program progresses. A general overview of Cloud System (Parking Lot, others), and finally the listing off of key objectives that will be addressed going forward.
The Cloud, or Cloud Computing will be defined in a manner that everyone can understand to some degree or another. Citation and overview of its history and key points in its developmental history which lead to how it is utilised today, which then moves on to how the technology is currently being employed in various different fields of specialisation, which then segways into how these specialisations have set the trend. These are then topped by relevant case studies that further specific points that the trainer may wish to emphasize, and then a general review of the module.
Models are split up into one of three main options, plus additional sub-options
- Software based services such as limited quantum computing
- Platform based services such as file sharing
- Infrastructure based services such as integrated systems
Other options are also presented separately, though these can be colluded with the former three to enhance them. Finally a review and additional studies are consulted before moving on.
Advantages of the Systems:
Discussions will then cite how the Cloud systems are good for Data Centre Finances and how they’re an improvement over more primitive systems, same as they are in Labour Finances as they can be used to enhance the system overall. There are ways and means to use the system to increase overall productivity; both individually and as a group. Then a basic overview on the ease of use of the system is given and how to overcome initial confusion when first interacting with the system. Additional points in the form of a case study, and a final review will be held before moving on.
This module will start off with threat assessments which may or may not include security concerns, though those will be addressed later. Perceived threats – sans security – will be ranked by order of magnitude and significance. Strategies will be taught and listed so that even novices in the field have some capacity to address these concerns on their own; with an emphasis on success to help speed things along. Case studies will be used to hammer in the finer points before a general review.
Security weaknesses will be addressed and observed in greater detail in this module. Learners are taught the basics of identifying and dealing with security breaches. Cloud systems have trackers that can identify who accessed what, and when, which allow learners to trace back breaches to possible sources and strategies on how to prosecute them, and prevent future breaches. As always, the module will be topped off with a general overview at the end but not before a case study is utilised to focus on key components discussed previously.
Illustrate which devices can access the system and up to how much they can utilise and exploit therein. Desktops and Laptops which have additional resources required to use the system at full capacity. Benefits of each device over each other when accessing or using the cloud systems. How these devices can be used to monitor the tech even when idling. These are then backed by related studies, and finished off with review questions.
First off are the definitions of Service-Oriented Architecture, followed by how it can interact with the cloud system. The services and systems that can be utilised or employed using the architecture present. What benefits a business using this system will have over its contemporaries and competition and what to expect from it. As usual a study will be presented to enhance their current learnings plus a quick review on what has been covered.
Business Processes enhanced by Cloud systems:
Scale applications and how these can be engored or intensified by use of Cloud systems. Web-based content which can be hosted by and observed by bots on the cloud system and be fine-tuned for better experiences. Samples will be presented and assessed by the learners afterward, along with key learnings and predictions going forward. Case studies will be used to enhance key points before a general review is conducted.
Several organisations that utilise cloud technology are brought up and are assessed to see which practices they perform that overall enhance their capacity and capabilities to perform their intended lot. Also observed are organisational standards within these large conglomerates, and how they have influenced standards of the Cloud and their use of it, and how the uniquely integrated and interoperated their mechanisms for it. As usual, reviews and studies are put up at the end to enhance and encourage retention of lessons learned.
Monitoring and Administration
An overview of how to observe and manage a cloud system with a team of administrators, moderators, and support staff. How to measure current and projectable performance moving forward. Methodologies on how to do these measurements. Services and programs that were designed to monitor the cloud are also brought to learners’ attention and they’re taught how to use these and employ them properly. Same song and dance afterward; case study, and reviewer test.
Final summations from trainers with experience using the system and learned its quirks over time. A last overview of the primary Cloud System that will be used from then on. A quiz or other activity to evaluate learners’ learnings and achievements, and finally completion of action plans and evaluation of the program and its presenters.