Virtual Computing Course
Credits: 3 Credits (126 Clock Hours)
Self-paced: 4-month completion deadline.
Virtualization is the foundation of every open IT architecture, creating the pathways for businesses to transform, evolve, and grow. In the "Virtual Computing" course at WTI, students dive into the heart of leading virtualization tools and software. Exploring the domains of Oracle VirtualBox, VMware Workstation, Microsoft Hyper-V, and VMware vSphere, this course goes beyond just imparting knowledge. It trains learners to employ virtualization in constructing robust virtual data centers, manage a virtual desktop environment, and utilize cloud computing for improved data center efficiency and disaster recovery solutions.
What You'll Learn:
- Core Concepts: Grasp essential terms and ideas of virtualization, virtual machines, and cloud computing.
- Software Proficiency: Acquire hands-on skills with top-tier virtual and cloud computing software.
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: Delve deep into VDI's origins, challenges, components, and functions.
- Practical Application: Master the art of building and configuring virtual desktops and sharing virtual machines.
- Cloud Computing Integration: Understand the pivotal role of cloud computing in modern-day data centers.
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Courses are self-paced and supported by qualified faculty. Students work on their reading, assignments, and quizzes on their own time. This flexibility allows students to study while navigating the rest of their busy lives. Our courses and programs have completion deadlines, but beyond that, students can complete the work on their own schedule. Instructors are always available for questions and support. Students are not required to attend any scheduled class meetings.
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