Assume the role of a cloud computing architect. Implement advanced features of the cloud platform, including auditing and logging, cloud orchestration, service catalog, and cloud metering and billing. Investigate, plan, and implement these features on a specific cloud platform. Prepare a cloud portfolio report based on cloud migrations and implementations completed in the program.
Learning outcomes for this course include:
- Communication: Students can communicate clearly in writing and speaking, meeting expectations for content, purpose, organization, audience, and format.
- Critical Thinking and Analysis: Students can apply logical processes to formulate clear, defensible ideas based on the analysis of facts and ethical considerations.
- Quantitative Reasoning: Students can use mathematical information, operations, and quantitative analyses to solve problems and inform decision-making.
- Organizational Infrastructure Alignment: Students can analyze the organization's infrastructure needs that enhance processes, effectiveness, and strategy.
- Cloud Planning and Design: Students can manage the processes involved in the planning and design of a cloud infrastructure.
- Cloud Development and Implementation: Students can develop and implement a cloud infrastructure design.
- Cloud Operation, Maintenance, and Disposition: Students can manage aspects of a cloud infrastructure operation.