CV0-001 Labs uCertify

Did you know 9 out of 10 companies use some form of cloud technology?And  60 percent of companies have 30 percent or more of their IT systems in the cloud. Additionally, Cloud computing is estimated to generate nearly 7 million jobs worldwide by the end of 2015. With this, the global cloud computing market, is projected to reach $270 billion by 2020. In order to stay ahead in the ever-changing and challenging job market, uCertify is introducing CV0-001 Labs – Deploying And Managing A Cloud Infrastructure Labs. The topics covered in this lab have been selected to address the CompTIA Cloud+ certification CV0-001. In addition to cloud practitioners, this lab is for IT students who want to take a dive into understanding the concepts behind some of the key technologies that power modern cloud solutions and are essential for deploying, configuring, and managing private, public, and hybrid cloud environments.

As more and more businesses shift their IT operations to cloud platforms, skills in Cloud computing and virtualization have become a frequently required qualification for IT professionals. Adding CompTIA Cloud+ to your resume demonstrates your ability to implement and maintain cloud technologies and enables you to jump into a rapidly growing market.

So, gain hands-on expertise on activities such as: Understanding Cloud Characteristics , To Grasp the Cloud Fundamental Concepts, Within the Cloud: Technical Concepts of Cloud Computing, Cloud Management Diagnosis and Performance Monitoring Cloud Delivery and Hosting Models Practical Cloud Knowledge: Install, Configure, and Manage Hardware Management Storage Provisioning and Networking Testing and Deployment: Quality Is King, Cloud Computing Standards and Security, The Cloud Makes It Rain Money: The Business in Cloud Computing, Planning for Cloud Integration: Pitfalls and Advantages. Get Geared up to excel your career.

CompTIA Cloud+

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