Cloud Tech: Obtain Professional Cloud Solution Architect (PCSA) Certification
- demonstrate the key concepts of “as a service” operating engineering and the impact on service management
- assess a Cloud architecture, understand the implementation of a migration and measure the impacts on business lines and IT models
Enterprise, technology, application, system architect, Cloud strategy consultant, developer
Experience in Information System management and English (exam in English). It is advisable to have followed and be certified Cloud Technology Associate or even TOGAF.
Practical exercises and demonstrations will allow you to put into practice the theoretical concepts presented.
For “distance” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool, depending on the case, allowing the trainer to adapt his teaching methods.
Find all the details on distance sessions or virtual classes on our website.
History and impacts of the Cloud
Impacts of the shift from virtualization to the Cloud Impacts for businesses Interpreting Cloud-related models (SOA, Enterprise Architecture) New types of opportunities and IT models Risk, security and legal issues inherent in the Cloud
Cloud Computing Engineering and Architecture
Evolution of technologies Technological implications of the operation ‘As A Service’ Identification of engineering systems in the architecture of Cloud solutions Understand the difference between virtualization and Cloud Comparison of consumer and supplier points of view Compare the different deployment models (hosting, reselling, cloud management ) Views of key architectures and metadata used for Cloud solutions in IaaS, PaaS and SaaS mode The different types of XaaS solutions
Cloud service lifecycles
Service and organizational paradigm Identify and know how to apply the different Cloud lifecycles
Main characteristics of the stages of the lifecycle of a cloud service Architectural characteristics for the selection and delivery of a cloud service
Transition and transformation of services
SLA performance Change in private and public Cloud Services ITIL and CobiT impact on the Cloud Support engineering
Perspectives on Cloud Implementation
Main business characteristics of a solution architecture using the Cloud Perspectives of a Cloud provider on the architecture of a Cloud environment Key steps in the configuration of a Cloud environment
Understanding the ecosystem Impacts of IoT and IoE concepts on the Cloud Understanding the design language of cloud ecosystems
Target the right solution
Know how to define the specifications of the architecture solution Prepare a Business Case for an implementation CloudRoadmap solution
Preparation and taking of the exam
Mock exam and revision Course of the exam: MCQ of 25 questions with scenario in English language (candidates can bring a paper format dictionary) Graduation from 65% correct answers Duration: maximum 75 minutes + 15 ‘for non-English speakers of the EXIN “PCSA” exam