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Cloud Computing Training Course
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      Module 1: Introduction to Cloud 
      • What is Cloud? 
      • Cloud Architecture 
      • Cloud benefits 
      • Types of cloud 
      • Importance of IAAS, PAAS, SAAS 
      • Real world example of cloud usage 
      • Trends in cloud computing 
      After completing this module, students will be 
      able to:
      •  Understand the different types of cloud computing offerings. 
      •  Understand the benefits of using the cloud. 
      •  Trends in the industry 
      Module 2: Cloud pre-requisites (optional) 
      • OOPS Concept 
      • Inheritance 
      • Distributed fabric layer 
      • Static Classes
      Module 3: Introduction to Windows Azure 
      • Windows Azure Overview 
      • Windows Azure Architecture 
      Components of Azure : 
      Windows Azure Compute
      SQL Azure
      The App Fabric
      Fabric Controller 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
      •  Understand the pieces of the Windows Azure platform. 
      •  Understand how Azure functions 
      •  Role of Fabric Controller.
      Module 4: Windows Azure Web role 
      • Windows Azure Web Role 
      • Creating a cloud website using web role 
      • Configuring Web role 
      • Understanding Dev Fabric 
      • Multi-instance role running in Dev Fabric 
      • Debugging applications in Dev Fabric 
      • Admin : Create a hosted service through Azure portal 
      Admin : Deploying the created application on 
      Admin : Changing the configuration at 
      Admin : Managing the hosted services 
      Admin : Upgrading the Hosted Services 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Create website on Azure using ASP.NET 
       Dynamically configure a Windows Azure 
      cloud application through the Azure Portal.
       Configure and manage the Web roles.
      Module 5: Windows Azure worker role 
      • Windows Azure worker Role 
      • Creating a Worker role 
      • Configuration of worker role 
      • Communications between Worker role and 
      • Webrole 
      • Difference between worker role and web role 
      • Debugging in the dev fabric 
      • Limitations of the dev Fabric 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Differentiate between web role and worker 
       Create role to role communications in 
      Windows Azure.
      Module 6: Windows Azure Storage 
      • Admin : Configuring the storage account 
      • Admin : Explore the storage account settings 
      • Accessing queues using Azure Client library 
      • Programming using queues 
      • Exploring the queue API’s 
      • Communication between webrole and worker 
      • role using queues 
      • Limitations of the queues 
      • Advantages of using queues 
      • Blob Storage 
      • Programming with Blobs using Azure Client library 
      • Tables 
      • Create and use tables in Windows Azure.
      • Design entities that are stored in table storage.
      • Use case of queue, table and blob storage.
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Setup Windows Azure message queue. 
       Create a Windows Azure Storage Account.
       Use the Windows Azure Client library to 
      access Windows Azure storage.
       Access blob data from Windows Azure or 
      on-premise applications.
      Module 7 : Design patterns in cloud 
      • Cloud programming guidelines 
      • Cloud Designing guidelines 
      • Layered pattern 
      • Idem potency problem 
      • The Map Reduce Pattern 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Design applications for the cloud
       Understand different patterns on the cloud.
      Module 8: SQL Azure 
      • SQL Azure Architectures 
      • Features of SQL azure 
      • Admin : Provisioning the Database server on cloud 
      • Admin : Provisioning the Database on cloud 
      • Admin : Security Features on SQL Azure Database on cloud 
      • Admin : Creating tables on SQL Azure Database 
      • Programming using SQL azure 
      • Limitations of SQL Azure 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Make design decisions between table storage 
      and SQL Azure.
       Determine the cost of storing data in 
      Windows Azure.
       Setup SQL Azure databases through the 
      Developer Portal.
      Module 9: Windows App fabric 
      • Access Control Service(ACS) 
      • Admin :Configuring ACS 
      • Admin: Identity providers. 
      • Service Bus features 
      • Admin: Provisioning Service bus namespace. 
      • Need for service bus and ACS
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Understand federated services .
       Configure ACS Understand Service Bus
       Provision Service Bus
      Module 10: Cloud Security 
      • Security Concerns on cloud 
      • Comparison of security on cloud to premise at Hardware layer 
      • Comparison of security on cloud to premise at operating system layer 
      • Application Security on the cloud 
      • Services to enhance cloud security 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Understand Security on the cloud
       Understand the Security features on cloud.
      Module 11: Enhancing Performance of 
      application on cloud 
      • App fabric Caching Architecture 
      • Admin : Provisioning the cache 
      • Admin : Upgrading the cache 
      • Admin : Cache security using the ACS 
      • Exploring API’s of app fabric caching 
      • Performance improvement using cache 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Configure and maintain cache.
       Enhance the performance of the distributed 
      application using App fabric caching.
      Module 12: Cloud Migration Scenarios 
      • Cloud Migration requirements 
      • How to Migrate applications to cloud 
      Migration Case 1 : An ASP.NET application with 
      multiple load-balanced instances that share state 
      stored in SQL Server. 
      Migration Case 2 : An ASP.NET application with 
      multiple instances that maintains per-instance state 
      and relies on sticky sessions. 
      Migration Case 3 : A Silverlight or Windows 
      Presentation Foundation (WPF) client that accesses 
      WCF services running in a middle tier.
      Migration Case 4 : An application with a single 
      instance running on Windows Server that maintains 
      state on its own machine. 
      Migration Case 5 : A Visual Basic 6 application 
      that directly accesses a SQL Server database, i.e., a 
      traditional client/server application. 
      After completing this module, students will 
      be able to:
       Migrate any application on the cloud
       Suggest the changes required to move the 
      application to the cloud. 
      • What is Cloud Computing 
      • Why Cloud Computing 
      • How it is Useful 
      • IAAS(Infrastructure as a Service) 
      • PAAS(Platform as a Service) 
      • SAAS(software as a Service) 
      • What is CRM 
      • What is Salesforce 
      • Salesforce Modules 
      • Business Flow 
      • Editions and Limits 
      • Creating Salesforce Logins 
      • Users 
      • Roles 
      • Profiles 
      MVC (Modal-View-Controller) design pattern. 
      Governor Limits.
      • Apps 
      • Objects 
      • Tabs 
      • Fields 
      • Page Layouts 
      • Record Types 
      • Console View 
      DATA MODAL: 
      • Types of Relationships 
      • Master-Detail 
      • Lookup 
      • Hierarchical 
      • Self 
      • Many-to-Many 
      • Difference b/w Master-Detail and Lookup 
      • OWD(organization wide defaults) 
      • Sharing rules 
      • Role Hierarchy 
      • Public Groups 
      • Object Level security 
      • Field level Security 
      • Record Level Security 
      • Formulas 
      • Validations 
      • Roll up Summary 
      • E-Mail Templates
      • Workflows
      • Approval Process
      • Field History Tracking 
      • Set up Audit Trail 
      • System Log 
      • Debug Log 
      • Importing Objects 
      • Through Import Wizard 
      • Through Data Loader 
      • Exporting Objects 
      • Mass Transfer Records 
      • Mass Delete Records
      • Types of reports 
      • Dashboards 
      • Report Type 
      • Analytical Snapshot 
      Visual Force: 
      • Creating User Interface 
      • Tags 
      • Components 
      • Html Usage 
      • Java Script Usage 
      • Sending Emails through VF
      • Standard Controller 
      • Custom Controller
      • Extensions
      • Classes
      • Triggers 
      • Test Classes
      Creating Websites. 
      Google Mashups.