Cloud Computing Program

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Cloud Computing Program details

What do you get?

UNLIMITED HOURS of self-paced classes, our curriculum is always updating & evolving with the newest content followed by the industry.

We'll be teaching everything right to the smallest details, starting from the foundation to the enterprise level.

The knowledge, which you can leverage to provide value to the companies.
Yes, it’s not easy and that’s why give us the opportunity to help you out.

You will be working on real research or design projects, which are the actual assignment from the companies.

We will provide some part of our client’s project work to our alumni. This will help to eradicate the classic loop of “Job Vs Experience” and you can simply say yes, when you are asked to produce the legitimate experience for a job with fortune 500 companies.

Who is benefited ? it is a Win Win situation for both of us. We reduce the work base cost for our client work and you earn your career path ahead.

Simply put, build a profile that gets you the job. Earn your experience certificate by working on actual industry-relevant projects.

Money back guarantee. we're so confident that if you don't land a job within 6 months post your successful program completion.
You can ask for a 100% refund, no questions asked.

Corporate Framework

Includes ITIL & PMP training, learn corporate-skills along with the technical.

Career Guidance

Follow the best approach. Let most experienced industry experts guide your career.

MNC Ready Profile

Gain industry experience by working on real-projects and receive your experience certificate.

Why opt LearnAlumni's Cloud Computing Program?

Best of Job hunters

Whether you are a complete beginner interested in landing a Job in Cloud Computing or already have few years of experience under your belt.
This bootcamp will take you on a step wise journey of building the network foundation to the cloud transformation of Enterprise.
The classes are primarily based on the topics from CCNA, CCNP, AWS, PMP, ITIL, etc and few key chapters/project work is referenced from the LearnAlumni’s Network Transformation Project.

It is not just based on explaining the technical topics rather how to use them in the different environment and which is the actual requirement for any company to hire you. It is recommended for any candidate/fresher, who is either searching for IT Job in MNC(as it MNC focused program ) or want to change his/her role from Field, Server, Telecom, Operations, etc engineer to Networking/ cloud roles related to Infrastructure as IT Project Manager/Coordinator, Service Delivery Manager, IT Associate, etc.

Build an MNC level portfolio

This is the first time introduction of the enterprise knowledge database, which will take even an expert upto 8+ years to get this far.
You will also get to know the blackhole tactics of the Enterprise, their employee buffer strategy, understanding your role, corporate environment and understanding the fact that what value you can bring to your company when you are being hired, and yes you need to know this before you are hired, so that you can compete in the challenging environment and deliver to hardest of the situation or interview.

Build the right job portfolio for corporates to hire you, so give us the opportunity to train you in true manner.

Meet your trainers

Rajesh Vattigunta

Enthusiastic Network Engineering Professional with 8 years of experience in a variety of technical, engineering and leadership positions with “hands-on” Network architecture expertise and Team leadership positions.

Johanis Jimi

I'm a professional software developer with mathematical background working in this field for 10 plus years, focused on developing complex web applications and mobile applications.


Trusted by Thousand of Students

Pankaj Jaiswal

Good! First project gave a good feel for implementing/refining ideas in a simulator and later move it to a real Lab. I used Nexus.1 and by following the instructions provided, I was able to see ideas manifesting in the real-world. Very satisfying.

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Sakshi Rout

This course was awesome. I found it much useful for my research work too. The contents, assignments, and projects are well defined and if anybody wants to excel in SaaS platform management, must take this course. Salute to RF academy team and Instructors.

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Shiva Kumar

I LOVED THIS PROGRAM! Seriously, it gave me so much confidence that this is actually achievable. By seeing how the steps are broken down into doable tasks, this course actually helps me understand how to work with such projects in the real world

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Yogesh Pathak

I rather enjoyed the course, despite only being three projects in; however, The content was first class, teaching some extremely advanced concepts that are only taught at the best universities in a easily comprehendible manner.

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Ravleen Kaur

I was new to cloud computing but this course taught me everything that is needed to build a transformation deck. Paul sir teaching style helped me a lot as it covered every single topic required! I want to thank learnalumni for this course and I am really proud that I landed my amazing job!

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Jawed Mirani

I find the course concepts have been very clearly explained. For cloud vendors and networking parameters are also briefed. I appreciated the downloadable example solution for practice, which gave me a huge learning boost.

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Excessive demand means
high earning potential

With such a significant demand, which is drastically increasing every year. The employers are paying the average minimum salary of $104,500 per annum to cloud computing professionals, and as your experience increase the average earning potential can reach upto $470,000 per annum.
Multi-skill adaptability
Networking as your expertise, will open doors to limitless opportunities in Networking and Cloud Computing, from working as an freelancer to the fortune 500 companies.
Role Flexibility

Although there are various positions you will be able to apply post the program completion , but just to name a few like – Cloud computer administrator, Network administrator, Cloud product manager, Jr. Data center analyst, AWS architect, AWS administrator, AWS associate,. Etc.

Kindly follow these guidelines for optimum outcome.
We would recommend you to not “apply” for any jobs until our program is completed to enable you with full capacity before any interviews.

Our programs are designed to develop the strong fundamentals and experience to cater the MNC requirement.
Data Analytics Program admission criteria

What Do you require?

Just Hardwork and be dedicated to the task.

Sure, our learning programs requires some commitment but so does everything else worthy of your precious time. Here at LearnAlumni as we’ve said then and again, that we only believe in outcomes. So we only ask, is for you to be motivated throughout the process and let us take care of the rest.

A Desktop or Laptop (can be any windows or mac).
An internet connection.
Since it’s an online course.

What Do you not require?

Any prevoious technical experience in Cloud Computing or Networking.

You don’t need to have any prior experience in Cloud Computing/Networking, however awareness to the usage of the Desktop/PC is required.

The good part is that you don’t have to worry about any tools as you will already be provided with the “go to “interface to get started as soon as you are enrolled. .

A lot of time

As we understand that most of the students may have other obligations therefore the minimum requirement for the program is 6 hours per week.
With that you should be able to keep up with the outcome that we have designed for you in our program .

Cloud Computing Program

The curriculum for this course is regularly updated and is evolving as per the most updated industry requirements and best practices.
In-depth layer break-down
  • History of the OSI model
  • Understanding the layers
  • TCP/IP Protocol suit
  • Encapsulation and Decapsulation
Ip Address (Exploring Broadcast communication)
  • Working of IP address
  • Moving around layer 2 and 3
  • The mac address sonar (ARP)
  • Host to Host communication
Ip addressing (Public and Private Networks)
  • Assigning IP address
  • Public and Private address
  • Classes of address
  • Classful addressing
  • Classless addressing

Understanding network based subnetting

  • Network based subnetting – Scenario 1
  • Network based subnetting – Scenario 2
  • Network based subnetting – Scenario 3
  • Network based subnetting – Scenario 4
  • Subnetting practice questions

Saving the zeros (subnetting)

  • Host based subnetting – Scenario 1
  • Host based subnetting – Scenario 2
  • Host based subnetting – Scenario 3
  • Host based subnetting – Scenario 4
  • Subnetting practice questions

Reverse engineering concepts

  • Finding the Subnet
  • Finding the host
  • Reverse engineering – Scenario 1
  • Reverse engineering – Scenario 2
  • Values of Exception

Subnet masking techniques

  • Combining all subnetting concepts
  • Variable length subnet masking (VLSM)
  • VLSM – Scenario 1
  • Classless subnetting

The protocols of Past, Present and future

  • User-datagram Protocol
  • Transport control Protocol
  • The 3-way handshake
  • End to End communications

The protocols of Past, Present and future – Part 2

  • End to End communications (continue)
  • Important port Number values
  • Port numbers in peer-to-peer communication

Introduction to routing

  • Moving packets between Ip-based network
  • Physical Indicators
  • Device assembly

Communication the machine language

  • Reviewing Basics of IP
  • working with Binary
  • Forming binary scale
  • converting decimal to binary
  • Binary practice questions

Introduction to the world of switching

  • Single collision domain Devices
  • Software-Based Switching
  • ASIC based switching
  • Modes of data Transmission

Optimizing the network devices

  • Understanding the physical design
  • Base configuration
  • Jumping the IOS modes
  • Enable and Negate commands

Console connectivity

  • Out of band management
  • Serial settings
  • Using terminal programs

Network operating system (IOS)

  • Understanding Internetwork Operating system
  • IOS auto-syntax feature
  • Exploring CLI

Introduction to VLANs

  • Overview of normal switching
  • Understanding Virtual LANs (VLAN)
  • Tagging VLANs
  • Understanding Trunks
  • Exploring flexibility of VLANs

VLAN design implementation

  • Configuring Trunking
  • Configuring VTP
  • Configuring VLANs
  • Assigning ports

Optimization and verification

  • Management VLAN
  • Assign default gateway
  • Login banner
  • Saving configuration
  • Verification

Security features (Switching)

  • Managing port security
  • Limiting devices
  • Limiting ports
  • Sticky MAC addresses
  • Intrusion detection mechanism
Essential Redundancy Designs
  • Good network practices
  • Switching Loops
  • Redundancy chaos
  • Key facts about STP
  • Understanding BPDUs
  • Understanding the root Bridge Election process
Understanding STP
  • Port states of STP
  • Bonus state – Blocking
  • Exploring temporary problems and solutions
  • STP enhancement the PVST+
  • Understanding the Pro-active STP: RSTP
  • Running new logical port types

Introduction to AWS platform

  • Why AWS the leading Could platform?
  • Important Solutions Architect Resources
  • AWS Study pattern

AWS Lab Tools

  • Creating a New AWS Account
  • Tools Deployment
  • Permissions Issues

AWS Account Management

  • Global Infrastructure
  • Multiple Accounts
  • Organizations
  • Shared Responsibilities
  • Service Limits
  • APIs and Endpoints
  • CloudTrail API Logging
  • Demonstrating CloudTrail

Manage Access to AWS Resources

  • Authorization and Authentication
  • Management Interfaces
  • Permissions Delegation with Roles
  • Evaluating Permissions
  • Security Policy Types and Elements
  • Amazon Resource Names
  • Using Dynamic Security Policy Conditions and Variables
  • Managing Permissions with the Management Console
  • Managing Permissions on the Command Line

IAM Security Policies

  • Security Policy Types and Elements
  • Managed vs. Inline Policies and Delegation
  • Editing, Creating

    EC2 Instances

  • Planning for EC2 Workloads
  • EC2 Instances are Virtual Machines
  • Understanding Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
  • Working with EC2 Key Pairs
  • EC2 Instance Types and Compute Resources
  • Launching EC2 Instances with the Management Console
  • Using the Command Line to Launch EC2 Instances
  • Connecting to an EC2 Instance using SSH and PuTTY
  • Connecting to an EC2 instance with Windows RDC

Support AWS EC2-Based Workloads

  • Supporting EC2 Workloads
  • Using a Data-Only Volume
  • Volume Snapshots
  • Implementing Dynamic Configurations using user data
  • Making Updates with user data
  • Monitoring EC2 Instances
  • Right-Sizing EC2 Instances for Optimization

VPC Network Traffic

  • Elastic Network Interface Concepts
  • Working with Elastic Network Interfaces
  • VPCs, SGs, and NACLs
  • Public and Private Subnets
  • Internet Access Checklist
  • Internal VPC Traffic Flow
  • VPC External Traffic Flows

Network for a Public Web Server

  • Creating a VPC
  • Internet Gateway and Subnet
  • Routing
  • Security Group and Rules
  • Elastic Network Interface and IP Addresses
  • Launching the Server

Network for Management and Private Traffic

  • Private Subnet
  • NAT Gateway Deployment
  • Creating a Security Group
  • SSH JumpBox
  • Bridge ENIs
  • Testing ENI
  • SSH Connection Test

Design for Dynamic EC2 Workloads

  • Planning for Changes and Events
  • Monitoring Instance Health and State

EC2 Auto Recovery of Instances

  • CPU Credit Bursting
  • Load Balancing Options
  • Application Load Balancer and Target Groups
  • EC2 Manual Scale-Out Behind Application Load Balancer
  • EC2 Automated Scaling
  • Evolution of Web Applications Leads to Scaling
  • Auto Scaling Group Components
  • EC2 Launch Configurations
  • EC2 Scaling Group
  • Manual Scaling with Desired Capacity
  • Auto Scaling Policy
  • Simplifying Administration with Elastic Beanstalk

Web-Scale Application Patterns

  • Designing for Web-Scale Architecture
  • Managing DNS Domains with Route53
  • Offload Static Assets to S3
  • Managing Updates using Blue/Green Deployment
  • Designing for Content Caching and Distribution

Messaging at AWS

  • Distributed Applications management
  • Synchronous Messaging Problems
  • Asynchronous Messaging Solutions
  • SQS Producers
  • SQS Queues
  • SQS Consumers
  • SNS Topics
  • SNS Subscriptions
  • Open Source and Streaming Messaging Options

Service-To-Service Messaging with SNS and SQS

  • SNS to SQS Message Relay
  • Creating the SNS Topic
  • Creating SQS Queue
  • Configuring Queue as an SNS Subscriber
  • Subscriber Message Filtering
  • Testing Relay Messages and Configuring an Alarm

Choosing a Datastore

  • Designing for Data and Workload Characteristics
  • Planning for Relational Normalized Data
  • Designing for Key-Value & NoSQL Datastores
  • Searching and Documenting Databases
  • Low Latency with In-Memory Data
  • Relationships and the Graphing Datastore
  • Time-Series and Ledger Datastores

Data Storage with Amazon DynamoDB

  • Creating Tables with the Management Console
  • Creating Tables with the Command Line
  • Putting and Updating Items
  • Retrieving an Item with get-item
  • Working with Read Consistency
  • Scanning and Querying a DynamoDB table
  • Querying and Scanning with the Command Line

Networking for Hybrid Collaboration

  • Designing a Hybrid Network
  • Creating an NFS Elastic File Share
  • Mounting and Testing NFS Elastic File Share
  • Creating AWS Customer and VPN Gateway
  • Adjusting Routing Tables

Deploy AWS Storage Gateway NFS Share

  • Launching and Configuring a VM Appliance
  • Configuring the Gateway
  • New Client and Server Verification
  • Connecting to NFS Share

Apply the AWS Well-Architected Framework

  • Answering Tough Design Questions
  • Operational Excellence Best Practices
  • Applying Operational Excellence Design
  • Security Best Practices
  • Applying Security Design
  • Identifying Reliability Limits
  • Reliability Best Practices
  • Asking the Right Reliability Questions
  • Performance Efficiency Best Practices
  • Applying Performance Efficiency Design
  • Cost Optimization Best Practices
  • Applying Cost Optimization Design

Monitoring at AWS

  • Choosing the Best Metrics
  • Metric Timing, Thresholds, and Storage
  • Working with Service Status Notifications
  • Privilege Escalation Gateway Model
  • Monitoring Root Account Use
  • Global Login Activity Notification
  • Monitoring Service Level Limits
  • Landing Zone and AWS Control Tower

Monitor with AWS CloudWatch

  • Working with CloudWatch Dashboards
  • Anatomy of a CloudWatch Metric
  • Working with CloudWatch Integrated Metrics
  • Choosing the Right Metric
  • Preparing to use a Custom Metric
  • Deploying a Custom Metrics Script
  • Working with CloudWatch Alarms

Logging at AWS

  • Key Areas of Logging Design
  • Planning the Scope of a Logging Solution
  • Key Operational Log Files
  • Key Networking, Application, and Datastore Logs
  • Installing CloudWatch Agent
  • Configuring the CloudWatch Agent
  • Working with Log Groups, Log Streams, and Events
  • Analyzing Log Group Data in the Management Console
  • AWS Centralized Logging Solution
  • Log Storage and Lifecycle
  • Processing and Visualizing Log Data

DevOps Overview

  • Why DevOps?
  • What is DevOps?
  • DevOps Market Trends
  • DevOps Engineer Skills
  • DevOps Delivery Pipeline
  • DevOps Ecosystem
  • Use Cases

Version Control with Git?

  • What is version control
  • What is Git
  • Why Git for your organization
  • Install Git
  • Working with Remote Repositories
  • Branching and Merging in Git
  • Git workflows

Continuous Integration using Jenkins

  • What is CI
  • Why CI is Required
  • Introduction to Jenkins (With Architecture)
  • Introduction to Maven
  • Jenkins Management
  • Build Setup
  • Test Automation (with Maven)
  • Securing Jenkins
  • Notification System
  • Building Delivery Pipeline

Continuous Deployment: Configuration Management with Puppet

  • Introduction to Puppet
  • Puppet Installation
  • Puppet Configuration
  • Puppet Master and Agent Setup
  • Puppet Module
  • Node Classification
  • Puppet Environment
  • Puppet Classes
  • Automation Reporting

    Configuration Management with Ansible

  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Ansible Installation
  • Configuring Ansible Roles
  • Write Playbooks
  • Executing Ad-Hoc command
  • Building Delivery Pipeline

Continuous Deployment: Containerization with Docker

  • Introducing Docker
  • Understanding images and containers
  • Running “Hello World” in Docker
  • Introduction to Container
  • Container Life Cycle
  • Sharing and Copying
  • Base Image
  • Docker File
  • Working with containers
  • Publishing Image on Docker Hub

    Docker: Ecosystem and Networking

  • Introduction to Docker Ecosystem
  • Docker Compose
  • Docker Swarm
  • Managing Containers
  • Running Containers
  • Introduction to Docker Networking
  • Network Types
  • Docker Container Networking

Containerization using Kubernetes

  • Installing Kubernetes
  • Container Orchestration / Container Management using Kubernetes
  • Managing Workloads in Kubernetes (ReplicaSet and Deployments)
  • Overview of Services
  • Volume Management
  • Auto-scaling
  • Load-Balancing using Ingress
  • Deploying and scaling an application using Minikube locally

Continuous Monitoring With Nagios

  • Introduction to Continuous Monitoring
  • Introduction to Nagios
  • Installing Nagios
  • Nagios Plugins (NRPE) and Objects
  • Nagios Commands and Notifications

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