Cloud Computing Architect Course

Become an expert in Azure, AWS, and GCP. Get hands-on experience on various Cloud Computing techniques and get globally certified for the same.

12 Months

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+65 96141525

Next Class Starts:

05-06-2021

2200+ Alumni Students Upto $4000 Stifend for R&D Projects 100% Online Live Training Sessions 105+ Hiring Partners  Curriculum designed by Industry Experts

2200+ Alumni Students Upto $4000 Stifend for R&D Projects 100% Online Live Training Sessions 105+ Hiring Partners  Curriculum designed by Industry Experts

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Course Overview

12-Month Course Duration

- 6 months of live and interactive sessions by Data Experts
- 6 months of research and development projects at Geeklurn AI Solution

320+ hours of Live Training Interactive Sessions by Data Scientists

Scholarships up to $4000 on the type of Research Project undertaken

100% Placement Assistance

Placement Opportunities with our partners after course completion

Why Cloud Computing?

Cloud Computing techniques enable access to software applications, data storage and many over the internet instead of the physical servers.
A latest survey projected that between 2020 and 2025, the fastest-growing area of demand among digitally skilled workers for India, Japan and Singapore could be for advanced cloud skills. Singapore’s economy will need another 1.2 million digitally skilled workers by 2025 and this would be a 55% jump from the present 2.2 million, as per the survey.
According to IBM reports, cloud computing plays an important role in landing a job as a software engineer, developer or an architect. Cloud Computing related job roles have an annual average salary of $107000 to $90000.

The cloud computing Architect program from Geeklurn is cleanly designed by the leaders in the industry. The curriculum is made in such a way as to enable seamless learning for freshers and experienced professionals.

 

The globally recognised certification from Geeklurn helps the aspirant in a huge way to land his dream job in this domain. Additionally, the project mentorship and the real-time case studies help the students gain hands-on experience on the industry problems.

 

The course encapsulates a comprehensive list of tools that are covered over the course of the program. Each of the tools and techniques help mold the aspirant into a pro-level cloud computing architect.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a student or a professional, you can pursue this course to become a Cloud Computing Architect if you can fulfill these prerequisites:

 

  • Comfortable with Reading and Comprehending Databases
  • Basic Programming Skills
  • Knowledge of Agile Development
  • Basics of Networking and Virtualization

  • Cloud Architect.
  • Security Engineer.
  • DevOps Engineer.
  • Data Engineer.
  • Full-Stack Engineer.
  • QA Engineer.
  • Network Architect.
  • Digital Skills Officer.

Students Reviews

Nicole
Nicole
Security Engineer. - UVIK Software
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Great course, with simple and concise introduction to cloud and computing. Quite illuminating and greatly appreciated. Thank you Geeklurn.
Damien
Damien
DevOps Engineer - EMURGO
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At first I was just curious about this course and to learn a bit of something about cloud computing. But the content of this course held my attention so well that I couldn't get my mind off the course contents to learn even more.
Samantha
Samantha
Cloud Architect. - Amazon Development Center
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I truly enjoyed this course and did learn a lot about the cloud and AWS. The contents are really knowledgeable. Go ahead and take this course everyone!
Nicholas
Nicholas
DevOps Engineer -UVIK Software
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The cloud storage is wonderfully explained in this course. A must for everyone out there in the cloud computing domain. I strongly recommend this course by Geeklurn to everyone.
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Syllabus

  • Chapter 1: Introduction to AWS
  • Chapter 2: Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Glacier Storage
  • Chapter 3: Amazon_Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon.EC2 and.Amazon. Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
  • Chapter 4: Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon YPC)
  • Chapter 5: Elastic Load Balancing Amazon Cloud Watch and Auto Scaling
  • Chapter 6: AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM )
  • Chapter 7: Databases and AWS
  • Chapter 8: SQS, SWF, and SNS
  • Chapter 9: Domain Name System CDNS and Amazon Route 53
  • Chapter 10:  Amazon ElastiCache
  •  Chapter 11: Additional Key Services. 
  • Chapter 12: Security on AWS
  • Chapter 13: AWS Risk and Compliance 
  • Chapter 14: Architecture Best Practices

  • Domain 1:Monitoring and Reporting
  • Domain 2:High Availability
  • Domain 3:Deployment and Provisioning
  • Domain 4:Storage and Data Management
  • Domain 5:Security and Complance
  • Domain 6:Networking
  • Domain 7:Automation and Optimization

  • Describe cloud concepts
  • Describe core Azure services
  • Describe general security and network security features
  • Describe identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features

  • Describe Azure cost management and Service Level Agreements

  • Manage Azure identities and governance
  • Implement and manage storage (15-20%)
  • Deploy and manage .Azure compute resources (20-25%)
  • Configure and manage virtual networking (25-30%)
  • Monitor and backup Azure resources

  • Implement and Monitor an Azure Infrastructure (50-55%)
  • Implement and manage hybrid identities
  • implement Management and Security Solutions (25-0%)
  • Implement Solutions for Apps (10-11.5%)
  • Implement and Manage Data Platforms (10-15%)

  • Design Monitoring (10-15%)
  • Design Identity and Security (25-30%)
  • Design Data Storage (15-20%)
  • Design Business Continuity (10-15%)
  • Design Infrastructure (25-30%)

  • Lesson 01 - Introduction to Google Cloud for Techs
  • Lesson 02 - Google Cloud -Introduction to GCP
  • Lesson 03 - Google Cloud IAM - (Identity and Access Management
  • Lesson 04 - Google Regions and Zones
  • Lesson 05 -Google Cloud -Virtual Machine
  • Lesson 06 - Networking (VPC)
  • Lesson 07 - Google Cloud Load balancer and Autoscaling Lesson OB·CDN ·Content and Delivery Network
  • Lesson 09 - Google Cloud Storage - Cloud SQL
  • Lesson 10 ·Cloud Storage Datastore
  • Lesson 11 - Cloud Storage -Spanner
  • Lesson 12 - Google Cloud Storage·Storage (Store that Gorilla picture!)

  • Amazon ECS 
  • Amazon EC2
  • AWS Lambda
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Azure Container Service
  • Virtual Machines
  • Azure Function
  • Elastic Beansbulk

A fundamental module in any cloud computing syllabus would be the definition of what cloud computing is. This is an important module that helps learners understand the significance and need for this technology. The topic often breaks into sections that focus on the components of a computing cloud. This covers three different types of cloud architecture, the public, private and the hybrid cloud. The module also focuses on differentiating these three platforms. Once the basic definitions and differences are identified, the course deals with details on how to deliver services on the cloud. This module is important for kick-starting the cloud computing course content.

In order to deploy a solution in the cloud, it is important for specialists to master concepts like the implementation of web services: SOAP, and REST. The steps followed in deployment strongly depend on the chosen development platform. And, with the completion of deployment comes delivery. The delivery of cloud services can be categorized into multiple types. But, the most commonly used one includes Platform as a Service (PaaS).

The very first topic in this module would be techniques on how to specify components of PaaS. To achieve this, it is important for potential users to analyze vendor PaaS provisions. Moving on, details on how to select an appropriate implementation need to be identified. These can be considered as the important stages in building services along with solution stacks for safe and efficient deployment and delivery in the cloud. 

In this module, details on how to evaluate the architecture of vendor-specific platforms are discussed. The architecture is combined with factors that influence businesses on how they choose various service platform tools. The role of tools in the cloud is to help with the efficient management of cloud services and storage. When unstructured data is uploaded into the cloud, it is important for businesses to use the right tools before they are used. 

Another important topic covered in the evaluation of architecture would be details on how to deploy relational databases in the cloud. This is an essential element which helps in improving the overall availability of data. 

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Projects

Analytics Industry
Sentiment Analysis on Twitter data regarding 2020 INDIAN Elections
Health Care/ Pharma Industry
AI Doctor Now Diagnoses Disease Better Than Your Doctor, Study Finds
Chip Design / Semiconductor Industry
Applying Artificial Neural Network to Predict Semiconductor Machine Outliers
Cloud Computing Industry
Fault Tolerance & Redundant System with Seamless Integration to Development on AWS
Financial Services & Software
Robo-Advisors common place in the financial domain
Agriculture Sector
Fight Food Scarcity and Empower Small Farmers

Course Features

Mentorship by Industry Experts

Professional guidance on courses related doubts from our industrial mentors.

Industrial Boost camps

Participate in hackathons, live research and development projects and online sessions.

Peer Networking

Exchange queries, project ideas, knowledge with our alumni, experts and your colleagues.

Placement Assistance

Get corporate guidance from our experienced mentors who help you get job-ready.

Course Fee

Online Training + Mentorship

$1,000 USD

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Frequently Asked Questions

Technically, you can put any application in the cloud, But the top uses of the cloud remain with IT management, collaboration, personal and business applications, application development and deployment, and server and storage capacity.

Public cloud services are breaking down into 3 broad categories: software as a service, infrastructure as a service, and platform as a service. SaaS is well known and consists of software applications delivered over the Web.

We have a 24x7 LMS access for all our live online classes.

Students have the leverage to buy courses using credit card EMI.

We offer a six months internship for every course after the live training sessions for the first six months. During the course of the internship, you will be exposed to industry knowledge, corporate sector, research and development and hands-on practical experience by our experts.