Cloud Essentials & Virtualization Basics (Including VMware/AWS/Azure)

Cloud and virtualization are two related concepts that are essential in modern computing. Cloud computing is a model for delivering on-demand computing services over the internet, including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, and analytics. These services are provided by cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), who own and manage the infrastructure required to run the services

Virtualization, on the other hand, is the process of creating a virtual version of something, such as a server, storage device, network, or operating system. In the context of computing, virtualization enables multiple operating systems or applications to run on a single physical machine or server, thereby maximizing hardware resources and increasing efficiency. It is a technology that allows for the creation of a simulated environment in which software applications can run as if they were running on physical hardware.

For Whom

The audience for this training program would typically be individuals who are interested in or working in information technology. This may include IT professionals, system administrators, network engineers, or software developers. It is also for the students and professionals who are likely to join large organizations in entry-level positions.


The learning objectives for the Cloud Essentials & Virtualization Basics (Including VMware/AWS/Azure):

  1. Understanding Cloud Computing: Understand the benefits, challenges, and various service models of cloud services.
  2. Understanding Hypervisors and Virtual Machines: Learn how to create and manage virtual machines using tools such as VMware Workstation.
  3. Understanding AWS and Microsoft Azure: Understand the key services offered by AWS and Microsoft Azure and how to access and configure them.
  4. Hands-on Practical Activities: Perform hands-on practical activities using AWS OR Microsoft Azure cloud platforms, including creating and managing virtual machines, configuring storage and networking components, and configuring access controls and security measures.


  1. Basic computer skills: Candidates should have a basic understanding of computer operations, such as using a mouse, keyboard, and operating system.
  2. Basic understanding of networking, firewalls, operating system, network, security, and storage.
  3. Basic understanding of the Internet and related services.


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