Category Description
Cloud Computing and Virtualization are a lot more than mere buzz words for most organizations. Even mid to large cap companies with robust revenue streams are focusing on cost efficiencies and Cloud computing is doing just that by allowing firms to migrate their applications and user interfaces to cloud-based solutions. Given the obvious benefits of using virtualized technology, most companies are now joining the early-adapters in hastening their migrations to Cloud Computing; to accelerate their growth without incurring the usual infrastructure investment. Though not a new concept, it is predicted that 2010-11 will propel this concept to an industry standard for affordable/optimized computing.


  • ICT302 - Course Description:
    This course is meant for owners and IT professionals who are responsible for deploying advance computing cluster technology and cloud computing on the enterprise network. Students will learn how to install Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud server on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. You’ll also learn how to update Ubuntu server, install and configure required packages and applications needed to run UEC. You’ll also learn how to configure UEC, deploy the cloud and node controllers, install Euca2ools, and how to install and deploy images from the UEC store. Finally, you will learn how to perform some simple configuration tasks on your as-installed private cloud UEC server. Upon completion of this course, you should have acquired a capability and skills that will allow you to plan, design implement and deploy your own private cloud computing platform. Fess Code 1A.

  • VCC202 - Course Description:
    Increase your competitive advantage by maximizing your skills and ability to implement and run XenServer 5.6.The Citrix XenServer course covers information administrators need to successfully deploy and manage the XenServer client. The course covers information needed to successfully deploy and manage XenServer 5.6 and the XenCenter management client. It’s fully hands-on labs where students install and configure a virtualization server and then connect to the server with XenCenter. Students can then create a mix of Windows and Linux virtual machines. Here, you’ll learn how to install and configure Linux CentOS5 server VM. They can proceed to the follow-up course where they’ll learn how to create a XenServer resource pool and connect to remote storage. This allows them to explore advanced XenServer capabilities such as XenMotion and Automatic VM placement. PREQ: a good knowledge of Linux. (Fees Code: $99.99)


  • VCC200 - Course Description:
    This is a short training course meant for IT professionals and individuals interested to learn how to build & deploy Xen hypervisor and virtualization technology. The Xen hypervisor offers a powerful, efficient, and secure feature set for virtualization of x86, x86_64, IA64, PowerPC, and other CPU architectures, and has been used to virtualize a wide range of guest operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Solaris, and various versions of the BSD operating systems. It is widely regarded as a strategically compelling alternative to proprietary virtualization platforms and hypervisors for x86 and IA64 platforms. In this course you’ll learn how to install & deploy Xen hypervisor: Xen on Linux, XenServer from xen.org, and Citrix XenServer. PREQ: No prior experience with Xen is required; however, a basic knowledge of Linux. Fess Code 1A.

  • VCC301 - Course Description:
    In this course students will learn how to plan design and deploy OpenNebula cloud computing on Linux distros. OpenNebula cloud is currently the leading and most advanced framework for cloud computing. It’s extremely easy to set setup be running your own cloud. Its flexible, extensible and with excellent performance and scalability to manage tens of thousands of VMs: Private cloud with Xen, KVM and VMware; Hybrid cloud with Amazon EC2 and ElasticHosts, and other providers through Deltacloud (from ecosystem); Public cloud supporting EC2 Query, OGF OCCI and vCloud (from ecosystem) APIs. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux distro Fess Code 1A.

  • VCC300 - Course Description:
    This is a short training course meant for owners and IT professionals and individuals interested to learn how to build & deploy personal cloud computing technology. Students will learn how to build and deploy eyeOS 2 on Linux distros and Windows OS. eyeOS is free Cloud Computing Operating System software which let’s you access all your necessary files, folders, office, calendar, contacts and much more anywhere anytime in the world. You can use it personally on your computer for collaborative work and share data with friends, project team, document authoring, firm, clients and colleagues for more innovative ideas and better brain storming. You can host eyeOS on your Desktop, Laptop or server and make your own Cloud system to access your data anytime anywhere on the go even via smartphone. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux & MS Windows. Fess Code 1A.