Type: Virtual classroom
Duration: 02:00 hours
Cloud computing denotes the delivery of computing services over the Internet as a way to offer faster innovation, flexible resources and economies of scale. This course for non-technical specialists presents an overview of the opportunities, applications and limitations of cloud computing, as well as how to set up a proper cloud architecture and infrastructure. Participants will gain valuable insights into the benefits of moving to the cloud from both an IT and a business perspective.
This training is hosted by Microsoft Azure and delivered through its platform. Detailed instructions on how to join will be sent to participants upon registration.
Managers and architects are encouraged to take Getting Started with Cloud Computing: Microsoft (Cloud Adoption Framework for Architects and Managers) (I640) instead.
This course is no longer available. A new foundational course, Discover GC Cloud, is in development and will be launched in summer 2021. In the meantime, consider completing Embracing the Cloud for Business Efficiency (I623).
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