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Microsoft Azure – Deep Dive Labs Course

The cloud is a term referring to accessing computer, information technology (IT), and software applications through a network connection, often by accessing data centers using wide area networking (WAN) or Internet connectivity.
By moving your IT infrastructure and resources to the cloud you can benefit with cost savings, mobility, security and easy collaboration.

Microsoft Azure - Is a collection of various cloud computing services, including remotely hosted and managed versions of proprietary Microsoft technologies, and open technologies,
created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers.

This course teaches IT Professionals how to manage their Azure subscriptions, including access, policies, and compliance, as well as how to track and estimate service usage and related costs. Students also learn how cloud resources are managed in Azure through user and group accounts. Students learn how to grant appropriate access to Azure AD users, groups, and services through Role-based access control (RBAC). Students also discover the core monitoring tools and capabilities provided by Azure, 
including Azure Alerts and Activity Log. Students are then introduced to Log Analytics as a broad data analytics solution, and use this service to query and analyze operational data. 
Students then learn about the Azure Resource Manager deployment model, and how to work with resources, resource groups and ARM templates.

Check out our New Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing Deep dive Labs course.

http://www.tracston.com/index.php/microsoft-azure-cloud-computing-deep-dive-labs/

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Amazon AWS – Hands-On Labs Course

The cloud is a term referring to accessing computer, information technology (IT), and software applications through a network connection, often by accessing data centers using wide area networking (WAN) or Internet connectivity.By moving your IT infrastructure and resources to the cloud you can benefit with cost savings, mobility, security and easy collaboration.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) - Is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Millions of customers are currently leveraging AWS cloud products and solutions. Building sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability.

This course is designed to deep dive into AWS cloud computing and concepts including infrastructure, building your own solution, management, Security, logging, and development methods. It also covers security-related compliance protocols and risk management strategies.

Check out our Cloud Computing Essentials course for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

http://www.tracston.com/AWS_Cloud_Services.php

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CLOUD COMPUTING ESSENTIALS (AWS, AZURE, GCP) COURSE

The cloud is a term referring to accessing computer, information technology (IT), and software applications through a network connection, often by accessing data centers using wide area networking (WAN) or Internet connectivity.

By moving your IT infrastructure and resources to the cloud you can benefit with cost savings, mobility, security and easy collaboration.

Cloud computing boasts several attractive benefits for businesses and end users.

Main benefits of cloud computing are:

  • Self-service provisioning: End users can spin up compute resources for almost any type of workload on demand. This eliminates the traditional need for IT administrators to provision and manage compute resources.
  • Elasticity: Companies can scale up as computing needs increase and scale down again as demands decrease. This eliminates the need for massive investments in local infrastructure, which may or may not remain active.
  • Pay per use: Compute resources are measured at a granular level, enabling users to pay only for the resources and workloads they use.
  • Workload resilience: Cloud service providers often implement redundant resources to ensure resilient storage and to keep users' important workloads running -- often across multiple global regions.
  • Migration flexibility: Organizations can move certain workloads to or from the cloud -- or to different cloud platforms -- as desired or automatically for better cost savings or to use new services as they emerge.

Cloud computing deployment models (private, public or hybrid)

  • Private cloud services are delivered from a business's data center to internal users. This model offers the versatility and convenience of the cloud, while preserving the management, control and security common to local data centers.
  • Public cloud model, a third-party cloud service provider delivers the cloud service over the internet. Services are sold on demand, typically by the minute or hour, or even long-term commitments. Customers only pay for the CPU cycles, storage or bandwidth they consume.
  • Hybrid cloud is a combination of public cloud services and an on-premises private cloud, with orchestration and automation between the two. Companies can run mission-critical workloads or sensitive applications on the private cloud and use the public cloud to handle workload bursts or spikes in demand.

For more information check the course page:

"Cloud Computing Essentials course for Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud computing":

Introduction to EU GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.

It was adopted on 27 April 2016. It becomes enforceable on 25 May 2018, after a two-year transition period. The GDPR replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive. It affects everyone who lives in the EU and any company that does business in the EU or has consumers in the EU, which in 2018 is nearly everyone.

Even if you don't live in Europe, or if your company isn't based in Europe, this is a good chance these rules will still apply to you, or have an affect on the tools you use every day. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. The Industries catering the European customers should be aware of the law and the implications if this is not being followed.

Read more about "Introduction to EU GDPR" course:

http://www.tracston.com/GDPR.php