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Cloud Computing Infrastructure & Services: Course Contents (CS 5733)

Cloud computing is a computing-infrastructure and software model for enabling ubiquitous access to shared pools of configurable resources (such as computer networks, servers, storage, applications and services)

Course Outline

COURSE MODULES:
 Background & Motivation
 Introduction to Cloud Computing
 Cloud Computing Architecture
 Virtualization for the Cloud
 Building Virtualized Environment using WMware Technologies
 Infrastructure as a Service
 Platform as a Service
 Software as a Service
 Building Private Cloud using OpenStack
 Application Development on Cloud
 Big Data & MapRecuce
 Security in Cloud Computing
 Cloud Taxonomy (Cloud Titans)
 Datacenter Design
 Cloud Management
 Cloud for Business (Business strategy)
 Developing Cloud Computing Strategy
 Advanced Topics & Case Studies
 Research Topics

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