Cloud Computing is one of our programs under the category of 'C' in iSMAC (IMS, Social, Mobility, Analytics, and Cloud). Cloud Computing involves storing and accessing information, applications, and other resources over the internet, instead of via your own hard drive. The market for Cloud Computing is increasing at a tremendous rate.
The global cloud computing market is projected to reach $270 billion by 2020. Training in this domain means better job prospects, and is the next career step for experienced network, storage, and data center administrators. Government and corporate environments are moving to the cloud, making it the most sought-after domain.
Currently, there are 250,000 open IT jobs in the U.S. and approximately 85% of people who hire give priority to IT certification. According to recent surveys by payscale.com, the median salary for certified professionals in this field is $83,803. The salary of a Cloud graduate is estimated to be approximately $56,376.
- Principles of Cloud Computing
- Components and Types of Cloud
- Using the Cloud
- Security and compliance
- Evaluation of Cloud computing
- Managing cloud storage
- Cloud Adoption and Migration
- And more...