CITC 2345 - Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing has transformed the IT industry by opening the possibility for infinite or at least highly elastic scalability in the delivery of enterprise applications and software as a service (SaaS). Amazon Web Services, Microsoft’s Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and many other Cloud offerings give mature software vendors and new start-ups the option to deploy their applications to systems of infinite computational power with practically no initial capital investment and with modest operating costs proportional to the actual use. This course examines covers cloud computing fundamentals including its characteristics, benefits, service models, and deployment models. It details the elements that commonly exist in a cloud environment. This course also describes emerging cloud standards for portability, interoperability, and security. It gives you an overview of the integration of social, mobile, and big data (third platform technologies) with cloud computing.
Lecture Hours: 3
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: CITC 1302
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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