Cloud Computing Courses

Cloud computing is the future of information storage and manipulation and provides a modern, efficient method of access to computing resources to organizations of all sizes.

In the past, companies were required to have large server rooms within their buildings to safely house their secure data, requiring a large amount of physical of space and a great deal of maintenance. Cloud computing simplifies access to computing resources and has quickly gave rise to an urgent demand for those with skills in the design and analysis of cloud computing system.

Highlighted courses and degrees in Cloud Computing

What You Will Study in a Cloud Computing Course

In a Cloud Computing Course, you will learn the history and evolution of cloud computing as well as the various options that are available to different organizations so that in practice, you are able to work with organizations to compare different systems and service models for full customization. You will learn about privacy regulations and legal compliance for data storage as well as gain a strong understanding of the technical processes involved in cloud computing.

You will also learn skills that allow you to manage and manipulate 'big data', massive data sets increasingly generated and used by most industries in order to establish trends relating to human behaviour.

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Entry Requirements for Degrees in Cloud Computing

Entrance to a Cloud Computing course will be based on the student’s ability to demonstrate prior knowledge of the foundations of cloud computing, design and architecture of systems, and a strong grasp on the practical uses for cloud computing. Students with prior education or experience with computer science or information technology management will be at an advantage.

If you do not meet the entry requirements you may want to consider a pathway course.

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Career Options

A degree in Cloud Computing presents many career opportunities. For instance, you may act as a sales consultant to businesses who are considering their cloud computing options. You may also choose to work for a cloud provider such as Google Cloud Platform or Amazon Web Services. In addition, many information technology jobs are requiring specific education and experience in cloud computing, making you a valuable asset to the job market.

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