MCSE Private Cloud Training Offered by NetCom Learning, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner

Thursday, February 21st 2013

Obtain the skills you need to successfully implement private cloud solutions with training in Windows Server 2008 and System Center 2012.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 21, 2013

NetCom Learning announces the launch of a new course on Microsoft Private Cloud. Cloud computing is an infrastructure of hardware and or software operating over a network, generally the Internet. Organizations are now moving to the offering of what is referred to as a private cloud or a single organization cloud infrastructure. A private cloud system can help grow a business but it requires extensive knowledge in IT security and in network development to be able to do it right. To provide individuals with the training they need to be able to configure and manage a private cloud system, NetCom Learning, a Microsoft Training Partner of the Year, is offering a Private Cloud Training Package including preparation for the Microsoft MCSE Private Cloud Certification.

“Microsoft has recreated its MCSE certification to encompass a specialization on cloud computing, which the company expects to create more than 14 million jobs and 1.1. trillion in revenue by 2015,” said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning. “NetCom Learning is proud to be able to offer the latest in training in private cloud computing one of the hottest topics in information technology training today,” said Sarder.

The new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Private Cloud certification is Microsoft’s answer to the new focus on cloud computing in the information technology business. The certification demands that the holder have an expertise in both traditional and cloud computing technology. To prepare for the certification exam in private cloud, IT professionals should have an in depth knowledge of Windows Server and System Center 2012. The System Center 2012 offers a centralized way to control IT resources in use in both private and public cloud configurations. The use of private clouds can help organizations better manage their IT resources and it can help cut costs. The MCSE Private Cloud certification prepares IT professionals to be able to handle both private and public cloud configurations and hybrid configurations.

Expertise in Windows Server 2008 and System Center 2012 provides individuals with the needed skills to be able to build and manage private cloud solutions for companies including dealing with system security vulnerabilities. Individuals with the skill set to implement private cloud infrastructures will be able to help fill the current information technology skills gap in organizations on a worldwide basis. IT professionals with a background in Windows Server 2008 or 2012 can take advantage of the new training in private cloud systems. Individuals who also may be interested in the Private Cloud coursework could include datacenter administrators, and business owners of applications or services.

What the course covers:
The new coursework in Private Cloud configuration covers coming up with a plan for a private cloud system, configuring and deploying the private cloud infrastructure, extending and maintaining the private cloud infrastructure, configuring delivery of virtual applications, deploying first business unit private cloud, configuring a private cloud catalog, maintaining security for the private cloud infrastructure and automating and standardizing the private cloud. A focus is also placed on understanding how System Center 2012 is used to operate the private cloud infrastructure including using the Operations Manager to monitor performance and application availability. In addition, students will learn to use the Service Manager within System Center 2012 to conduct event monitoring, and to identify and route incidents or other problems to the Service Manager. The implementation of IT Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) in a private cloud will also be covered.