Pluralsight Course – Open Source Cloud: Executive Briefing

Earlier last month, I had written about Open Source Cloud technology and I got lots of positive response to the series. Lots of people thought the series explained the concept of the open-source cloud in very and simple words. I really appreciate the feedback and support and based on your comments, I have now finally built an Executive Briefing on the same topic.

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Open Source Cloud: Executive Briefing

This course will explore the current eco-system of open source cloud and help you select the best possible option for your organizations. Learning to select the best possible option for open source cloud computing can be difficult. In this course, Open Source Cloud: Executive Briefing, you’ll learn how you can get started with Open Source Cloud in your organizations. First, you’ll explore what Open Source means in the cloud world. Next, you’ll discover the currently available options for Open Source Cloud. Finally, you’ll learn how to select the best Open Source Cloud for different organizations. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Open Source Cloud needed to help your organizations on the cloud journey.

Here is the table of the content for the course.

  • Getting Started with Open Source Cloud
    • Introduction
    • What Is Open Source?
    • Advantages of Cloud
    • Better Together: Open Source and Cloud
    • Two Options for Open Source Cloud
  • Organizational Open Source Cloud
    • Starting from Scratch
    • Jumpstart Open Source Cloud
    • Discussion: OpenStack or CloudStack or OpenShift or Others
    • Checklist for Suitable Platform
    • Role of Leaders in Open Source Cloud Journey

Watch the Course online at Pluralsight (subscription required)

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I hope you find these Learning paths helpful. If you have a Pluralsight subscription, you can watch it for free. If you do not have a Pluralsight subscription, you can still watch the course for FREE by signing up for a trial account. Please note that you do not need any credit card. You can always connect with me on twitter.

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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